My Daughter likes to run but she loves to run trail courses. She has been asking me for a long time to find her an obstacle or mud run. Generally everything I found was way too intense for a young girl, I was not putting her in a “tough mudder” type of race. I finally found just what we were looking for, the Duck-n-Dodge at Camp Warner.
Saturday was race day and we arrived the recommended fifty minutes before her 9:30 wave was to run. We were given a map in the parking area showing us the course and check in. Very nice! Who hasn’t wandered around at a race trying to find check in at least one time? The volunteers were so friendly and energetic for this race. It was really fun to see!
There was free face painting to get you in the mood.
Arriving early gave us time to see the first wave (9am runners) hit some of the obstacles and for a little strategy for her run. We saw that racers with painted on beards were given a 29 second head start for their wave. So she went to working painting on a great beard!