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Title: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: WIguy on March 24, 2020, 08:58:34 pm
Okay... Yes, this break sucks. And most of us are not even allowed on campus to do anything.... But, what are you doing to pass the time?

I am midway through a total bathroom remodel. If you have any useful skills and want free beer- let me know.
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: DrakeHS on March 24, 2020, 11:30:02 pm
Endless technique videos. Love my Flo account
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: Cuban Peat on March 25, 2020, 08:55:40 am
How about reading the rulebook 8)
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: BShack on March 25, 2020, 03:37:52 pm
CP, we can’t be bothered with the “actual” rules.
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: Roguewrestler on March 25, 2020, 04:27:02 pm
Work with my boys in the garage.
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: SCWAY Lawson on March 25, 2020, 07:38:53 pm
Rule book?  Laughable, refs still going to make their calls from 1977 JV summer tournaments they took 4th in.   Those who can do!  Those that can’t coach!  Those that can’t do either ref!

On a serious note, this break might be the greatest thing that ever happened to wrestlers and coaches.  I feel sorry for the baseball kids, not wrestlers.  But, I’m sitting on my porch drinking An ice cold beverage reading the forum.  My only real talent is BS, I could cruise over and watch you remodel your bathroom and drink your beer 8)
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: CoachAli on March 26, 2020, 10:18:14 am
I can sit in the corner of your bathroom and do what I'm best at: pretending to know what I'm talking about while barking commands at you at the top of my lungs. I may even slam something to the ground in disgust. When you're done I'll give you one compliment to five "constructive" criticisms and end on a hopeful note for the next remodel.

Okay... Yes, this break sucks. And most of us are not even allowed on campus to do anything.... But, what are you doing to pass the time?

I am midway through a total bathroom remodel. If you have any useful skills and want free beer- let me know.
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: Aliso Coach on March 26, 2020, 06:11:08 pm
Loaded up my RV and family and headed to Tucson for 10 days (you can do distance learning anywhere so why stay home)?  Now back and planning my next trip- probably Desert Hot Springs although I wouldn't mind heading north, maybe Tahoe or something since our district isn't returning til May (or later).

I do have some work to do on my house, so maybe once the govt check comes in, i will rip apart my patio cover and start rebuilding it.  Home Depot was pretty empty today- sort of nice.
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: WIguy on March 26, 2020, 07:16:45 pm
Loaded up my RV and family and headed to Tucson for 10 days (you can do distance learning anywhere so why stay home)?  Now back and planning my next trip- probably Desert Hot Springs although I wouldn't mind heading north, maybe Tahoe or something since our district isn't returning til May (or later).

I do have some work to do on my house, so maybe once the govt check comes in, i will rip apart my patio cover and start rebuilding it.  Home Depot was pretty empty today- sort of nice.

We were at Zion for a few days, but got booted. Came home and now the bathroom... Maybe we will try for the Grand Canyon later in the break seeing how we have at least until May 1....
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: SCWAY Lawson on March 26, 2020, 09:30:08 pm
In my humble opinion, Bryce Canyon is the most spectacular park in Utah.  It’s literally out of this world
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: Aliso Coach on March 27, 2020, 11:08:26 am
Loaded up my RV and family and headed to Tucson for 10 days (you can do distance learning anywhere so why stay home)?  Now back and planning my next trip- probably Desert Hot Springs although I wouldn't mind heading north, maybe Tahoe or something since our district isn't returning til May (or later).

I do have some work to do on my house, so maybe once the govt check comes in, i will rip apart my patio cover and start rebuilding it.  Home Depot was pretty empty today- sort of nice.

We were at Zion for a few days, but got booted. Came home and now the bathroom... Maybe we will try for the Grand Canyon later in the break seeing how we have at least until May 1....

There is a great RV park in Williams called the Grand Canyon Railway resort.  You can park your RV and get a train up into the grand Canyon (not sure if that is running with virus).  30 minutes to canyon by car from there.  Town of Williams is pretty sweet as well- total Route 66 flavor with some cool shops and restaurants (again not sure if open).  Bearizona is also close but that is probably closed.  Sedona is also pretty nice there with a little driving- some good outdoor areas. 
Title: Re: What do coaches do to pass the time?
Post by: DrakeHS on March 28, 2020, 11:00:54 pm
In my humble opinion, Bryce Canyon is the most spectacular park in Utah.  It’s literally out of this world

I've not been but my Father's been and says its the most gorgeous place he's ever seen.