Experienced hashers and hares, Betty Crocker and Cotton Head set a long but smooth trail through farm land, starting from and ending at Wynter's, a family and amusement park, and including Archie's Cave. It was quiet at Wynter's on Emancipation Day, almost just us few hashers.
Starting at 600 feet above sea level, we descended to as low as 440 feet and up to 840 feet along undulating farm-trails and dirt roads, in total 4.8 miles or 7.8 km, a perfect trail for runners. Check the trail on Google Earth.
The area is full of almost any produce that Jamaica has to offer - certainly banana, coconut and
(H)ackee as well as breadfruit, jackfruit, naseberry, almond, cashew, pineapple, yam, coco, cassava, pumpkin, curry goat on the hoof and mango. The sweet smell of rotten Mango followed us all the way, some perfectly edible tempted hashers to commit praedial larceny.
Red earth - bauxite country
Nothing else of interest to mention, not even one new runner, no anniversary. The down down would have been short and sweet if not for the Constable who found as many delinquents as possible, but missed Lost Again's farewell. We hope Tony will come back to get wet on a next hash!
ON ON and enjoy the pictures
See below a list of the crazies that attended this event.
If you have been mis-represented, or were too quiet to be noticed, then use the link at the bottom to send us a note. Just add your name and the run number and we'll update the records shortly
Rice N Peas-Captain Dozey
Crack Sealer-Pussy Overload
CXC - B
Only Baptised Hashers will be shown here, others will have their anonymity preserved.
The other runners will have their totals updated and details preserved, once they are given their Hash Names these areas will automatically update :)