Defn: a human male displaying evidence of devolution - exhibits distinctive "caveman-like" tendencies. This man often dribbles in public places; cannot drink a beverage without spilling it on himself, the floor or someone else; may also run into objects like lampposts & bushes; has a definite "sloopish & short legged" running style that is slow and low to the ground, often resulting in the dragging of knuckles.

These throwback neanderthals, along with their questionable diet, should clearly be avoided.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Someone lost their what?

On my way home tonight I saw the following on a sign posted near where I live.....
(I blanked out the phone #)
I've seen signs posted before for lost dogs, cats and other household pets - but never a Yak.

Here is a Yak for those of us not really sure what to be looking for....

No running today, knee was a little stiff and swollen - hopefully due more to running the 3 days prior than to silly arthritis.  I did do 45 minutes on the Eliptical just to get a sweat worked up.

Will attempt to run tomorrow from PPA start line to the top of the W's.  I really have no idea what to expect for a finish time for the race.  Hoping tomorrow may give me some indication.


  1. Good luck with the Barr Trail test!

  2. Pic of that sign please.

    I, for what it is worth, have lost my yak many times. Usually it is self induced.

  3. Thanks Steve / Kathleen - hopefully it won't be raining, although I kind of hope it is.

    Got your photo up GZ - also added a photo of a Yak for those of us who may just go looking for it.

  4. somewhere there are coyotes that are very very very happy.

    Either that or someone's locker is bursting at the seams right now. Do I hear a chain saw?

  5. Sshhh, doing top secret research on Yak meat carbo loading for PPA