Mud Run 2010

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"This is the 2010 Columbia South Carolina Mud Run on Sept. 25th 2010. 3,600 four person teams competed. The course was 4.2 miles and had 31 "obstacles" that all team members had to complete. These are our before and after photos. It was a blast!" - Team Beast (Oct 11, 2010)

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comment by Guest - Oct 12, 2010 - back to the top

My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous battle, she was able to come home. Not long after when she went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles". We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon.

comment by Guest - Feb 24, 2013 - back to the top

Pamela Ulmer - Thank you for sharing these phtoos (today's technology is great). These phtoos truly capture the gorgeous detail of the wedding dress. Shannon carries it off gracefully (and Va-Va-Va-Boom!)You both look very happy (secretly envious of you people's straight white teeth)<<>>.Welcome to the Married club there are lots of us in the club for mentoring during the challenges ahead please stay in touch.Cheers For a clear sailing into the future whatever it brings PS I was hoping the photographer may have tried to take a Titanic film shot off the bow of the boat. You both are truly stars in all the people's lives you touch (oh, well)