At 10:45 this morning, I opened up the clubhouse. Folks filtered in, and at 11:30, the day began. The first part of the Captain's Run was a race. The goal was to return a receipt for a slice of pizza to the clubhouse from the farthest possible point within a 20 minute window. While there were some valiant efforts, only two teams made it back inside the time limit. Both had gone to Pizza Express at Folsom and Cortland.
After eating some pizza, we rode over to Godspeed in Oakland. They had rearranged the joint in the last six months and it is really a great space. Beer, waffles, and pinball were consumed. On our way to our next destination in Alameda, I got wondering if the MSF class was in session, so I decided we should take a look. Sure enough, there they were. We looped around them, trying our luck with the cones, and instilling bad habits in the students.
When we reached our destination, we had a few games to play. A hard-fought slow race competition was eventually won by Casey, with Cary and Cliff coming in second and third. Our nerf gun games quite predictably devolved into mayhem.
Today, the number of competitors for the 100th anniversary of the Perfect Score dropped by one.
Top Scores: Papa 360 Kalle 360 Darrell 360 Tucker 348 Bob Hansen 331 Nameless Bruce 336 Frank 312 Brian 302 Cliff 271 Andy 262
Head over to the SFMC website for pictures.