Running Warehouse hosted the 17th Annual Pozo 5k on the 4th of July this past weekend. The race is held in the small town of Pozo, a beautiful area set among the oak trees and rolling hills east of San Luis Obispo. The race starts and finishes at the Pozo Saloon, one of the few structures in town and the only business open to the public. The Pozo Saloon is a 150 year old former stage stop which still has the original old false front structure. The interior has the old wood flooring and ceiling, plus a funky old bar. The open area behind the saloon features large oaks tress, a big grass area and a industrial grade BBQ where we host the awards. To say Pozo is off the beaten path is a bit of an understatement. When runners aren’t invading the property on the 4th of July, its mostly popular with off-roaders, Hogs and concert goers. Ice Cube plays there next month.
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