Run #110

River Lodge, St. Mary - Regular Sunday Run

Sunday, 25 Nov, 2001

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No Service & Drowned Rat
I had never been to this part of Jamaica before and I was really looking forward to checking out River Lodge. You never know quite what to expect on one of these hash runs. But each one I've done so far has been totally enjoyable and I have always learned something new. The Hash experience at River Lodge fitted well into the previous experiences. It was good to explore and get to know this part of the island. Saturday night's experience was very good. To top off the short flashlight (torch) run, we had a very nice dinner and of course lots of liquid refreshment. I almost forgot to mention the storyteller. That was also something new for the Hash, I think. Following the story with still more liquid refreshment made all the meanings and lessons from the long tale become very, very clear indeed. Most of us except for a couple of sleepwalkers - were able to sleep quite well. For Sunday, the number more than doubled, as several more hashers and virgins (newcomers) came across just for the day. It was a very long but quite enjoyable hike in the Robins Bay area. The landscape was quite varied sometimes sandy beach, sometimes cliff, sometimes rocky coastline, sometimes pastureland, sometimes jungle (someone said they saw a wild animal up in a tree I don't believe him !), several rivers to cross and finally, a majestic waterfall and a lovely natural pool ! It was well worth the hike. The only thing missing at this point was Red Stripe but we knew that was coming up soon. For those who were out of breath hiking to the waterfall, the ride back on the little boats was also quite a breathtaking adventure. On getting back, several rounds of beer were enjoyed before the down down ceremony. This week, we had a visiting Grand Master, Patchwork Quilt, who was made Master of Ceremonies for the day. Patchwork has been hashing for more than 25 years all over the world and came prepared in his official hash vest and badges. In recent years, he hasn't participated in too many family hashes, like ours. To the disappointment of some of us, Patchwork was seen kicking himself and biting his tongue on several occasions apparently in an effort to avoid saying or doing anything that might send some of the mothers scrambling to cover the ears and eyes of some of the young ones present. Nevertheless, we learned some interesting hash songs. Patchwork also told some of us about the InterAmericas Hash coming up in 2003. We understand that Hurricane Charlie was one of the roughest hurricanes to hit Jamaica. In a stormy naming ceremony that was also rough and not easily forgotten, the name was passed on to one of the hashers present. I am really looking forward to the next run. ON ON !
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