Run #086

Dusty's Place, Red Hills

Sunday, 25 Feb, 2001

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Dusty & Company
After the "Diner's Paradise" at Caf Aubergine last time, we arrived at Dusty's Place expecting further gastronomical delights in the Feast that the host and his mates was preparing for us. You should've seen them coming up Dusty's driveway several of them with their tongues hanging out their mouths not really because of the steep driveway but mostly in anticipation of getting their choppers around the fresh roast pig, baked chicken and fish that was promised. But wait a minute what's this Hash coming to ? We're not doing this just for the food, are we ? We're really in it for the exercise and okay, maybe a little beer to quench our thirst, right ? Anyway a fairly large number gathered at the start and, as a sudden shower came down, Dusty led everyone back out the gate. Once outside, we took a left turn another left at the cross roads and down into a little valley. As the rain came down heavier, we went past several nice houses some still under construction - and a lot of barking dogs. The showers had apparently washed away some of the shreddy so some of us had to do a little guessing to determine where check points should have been. This run had a bit in it for everybody: some nice long stretches for the runners plus some nice long false trails, which gave the walkers time to catch up at the checkpoint. Some of us had run past one of these checkpoints all the way to what turned out to be a false trail. When we came back, not only did we meet the walkers, but also a water stop which wasn't there when we passed the first time. By now it had stopped raining and the afternoon had a clean crisp feel to it. The clouds were quickly disappearing and the sun was peeping out. We all had a view of the plains of Kingston from the hotels in New Kingston to the cranes on the waterfront all the way over to the airport and Port Royal. The hash route took us through sections of Plantation Heights. A glimpse over to the east revealed some agricultural cultivations and some swamp land apparently where a river was making its way to the sea. The hardest part of this hash was the last few chains coming up to the entrance of Dusty's Place. We were again faced with the steep (and long !) driveway. The longish down down ceremony recognized a fair number of newcomers from several different nationalities including a couple from Uruguay, some Brits, Canadians and Americans and of course some Jamaicans including one of the nation's famous bobsledders. It was announced that a hasher was spied recently receiving an award in a body building contest and that he should come forward to be recognized: To everyone's amazement, Twinkle Toes danced forward hopefully. The correct recipient of the award however, was really Awesome. Next, bringing new meaning to the term down down, came the food feast: the fish was the first to go, followed by the chicken. Like magic, two whole roasted pigs which had been prepared for the occasion, also disappeared all down downed by the hungry hashers.
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