Trash Run #819

7 Nov

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RUN DETAILS
RUN# DATE HARES SITE SCRIBE
819 Oct 13, 2012 The Butts Moka motion in the ocean

Line Break - On-On Feet

So, having not been to many hashes, I had no idea what to expect out of the Moka trail. So, I pulled up to the meeting point (Villa Maria) with absolutely no expectations, and saw quite a good turnout. I also thought, how convenient: a drinking club opposite a “by-the-hour” hotel.

When the hares called for attention, they explained that we’ll be going through Paramin, I thought, I better hope there’s some Parang along the way, and wait nuh, Paramin ? Where am I again ? As I was trying to get my bearings, the hares then pulled out two pictures of snakes to look out for, and explained which ones cause what kind of pain. There was also the warning not to step onto people’s gardens. So, from that point intrepidation started to set in as I had a vision of a man flailing a cutlass, and coming in my direction to either chop a snake, or me for stepping on his crops.

The run started out on the road, and then all of a sudden people ended up in the river. I dutifully followed, all the while not seeing any paper and getting my shoes soaked in the river. As we came out and started heading back almost to where we came from, I could hear people’s shoes squishing, and cussing for taking the chain-up to go in the river. For the rest of the run, I could hear people’s shoes squishing, or maybe it was them steupsing. I couldn’t tell.

The trail went up and up some steep roads, then we had to climb, close to some rebar sticking out. This turned out to a road, and so it went between road and dirt. With some steep, steep hill climbs. Young and old were panting away, but seemed to work in keeping people bunched together. We eventually came out to someone’s pig pen, and we went behind and started going up into Paramin. I assumed it was Paramin, because from here on, there were all types of seasonings planted, and I immediately thought of Paul Keens-Douglas talking about the seasonings that go into Royal Castle.

At some points the view of the hills and valleys were spectacular especially as the sun had begun to set. But, I only paused briefly, and pressedon. At a certain point I knew we were on the way down and out as the trail started to descend, and I could hear Parang. Conveniently, there was a beer stop right there, which allowed me to cool down, and press on.

During the down-downs, three or four female hash virgins were brought by Josh, who was in the spotlight until another Hash virgin announced she was Colombian.

I couldn’t really make out anything that anyone said after that, since anyone else trying to introduce themselves was met with, “Nah, we eh carebout you, go back to the Colombian !”

The Moka hash turned out to be a memorable experience, before, during, and after the run, and luckily no cutlass-wielding madmen coming after me or snake.


From the Office of the Iron Lady

“Why is it that, as we grow older, we are so reluctant to change? It is not so much that new ideas are painful, for they are not. It is that old ideas are seldom entirely false, but have truth, great truth in them. The justification for conservatism is the desire to preserve the truths and standards of the past; its dangers, of which we are seldom aware, is that in preserving those values, we may miss the infinitely greater riches that lie in the future, so it was a run hared by The Butts, a name which was once used by two guys Haydn and Todd Butt who used to set hashes but no longer hash, but was joined by Valdez and aswe live in the present The Butts name was re-branded and included today on this run Ricky Tang, Chris Valdez, Alan Girod and Gerry Soogrim. A lot of butts…..turn right, turn left, up a hill, then thru a bushe trail and then in the garden of paramin, where the ingredients for real good pepper sauce comes. When we reached the top of the hill, we were greeted with the sweet songs of Parang music and a beer stop of course…..No food, but good after run lime.

Poofter….Ricky Tang for not organizing food for the run, however he had left after the run so his stand in was Chris Valdez who wore the Poofter paraphernalia well.

DIRECTIONS TO THE NEXT RUN #822

DATE: November 10, 2012
HARES: Central Posse/Blunden
RUN SITE: Claxton Bay
Time: 3.30pm

Directions: From Grand Bazaar intersection, drive SOUTH on UBH and exit Claxton Bay flyover, turn right on top and drive for about a minute. Run site is at Annie’s Roti Shop & Bar on your left. Look for HHH signs.

Food for sale at bar. Roti and duck- $30.

Line Break - On-On Feet

Receding Hareline

RUN # DATE HARES SITE
819 October 13, 2012 Two Butts Moka
820821 October 26, 2012October 27, 2012 Big Dicks
The Casuals Posse
Tobago
822 November 10, 2012 Central Posse Claxton Bay
823 November 24, 2012 Doon Maracas
824 December 8, 2012 Hash Master’s Run All Inclusive Christmas Party $175.00
Cascade
825 December 22, 2012 Incoming Hash Master
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