Run #074

Gutter Head Blue Hole (nr. Buff Bay Craigmill)

Sunday, 10 Sep, 2000

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Rice 'n Peas & Subsa
Most of us had been to or at least had heard of Buff Bay. A few knew about Craigmill. But Gutter Head Blue Hole ??? None of us had ever heard of this place and we left Kingston not altogether convinced that this was not one of the hares' tall tales or mean schemes. Fortunately, the directions were reasonably clear and sufficiently detailed so as to prevent anyone from getting lost on the way to the hash. (Believe me, there was lots of opportunity to get lost during the hash !) After waiting a bit for No Service (who turned up late), and following a few brief announcements (including one from Rice 'n Peas who gave his apologies for the fact that the run might be a trifle short) we exited the entrance to the Blue Hole, noticed the check point there and chose to go up the hill - some of us more speedily than others. That turned out to be a long false trail and the troops headed back down again past the check point and down some more over an old bridge and further to another check point. Crocodile Cochran and a couple of new hashers turned left to check out the route (which turned out to be false) over the river but most continued straight down the road. After another check point, another longish false trail winding over a large field was taken by almost everyone except Divine Wind. A small cemetery was discovered, appropriately by The Vicar, who gave his blessings before announcing that it was another false trail. The correct path took us up a narrow track leading into a lovely tropical forest. It was quite a lovely trail passing all sorts of trees and nice vegetation. Not too many people took a false trail that would have led off the beaten track and further into the woods somewhere but we just kept going enjoying the sights, smells and sounds of nature. After a few more checkpoints and it seems like twice as many false trails, we found ourselves heading towards the sparkling clear fantastic waters of the Gutter Head Blue Hole. Everyone jumped in including a jolly couple who were visiting from Russia who entertained us with their diving abilities. The Down Downs took place on a little "island" in the middle of the river. Then everyone settled down comfortably on the river's banks for a tasty meal of curried chicken, rice, roasted breadfruit, salad and water coconuts. Ahh the simple things of life !
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