It takes some out of towners to remind us what great weather we have here - no floods, no cyclones, just fecking freezing! Nevertheless our four visitors from the big island enjoyed their brief stroll along Pardoe beach before beating a hasty retreat back to their respective iceboxes for another beer. Trail set off eastward from the Tea Tree Lane carpark, did a strange lurch backward and headed out along the heritage trail towards East Devonport. There seemed to be trail everywhere, going nowhere.
When all the hashers were tired of going nowhere for long enough, the On On was removed to Eagle's roost for a few sherbets and a feed of Mabel's amazing tucker. I'm amazed by it every time.
Cheese barged into the lippery and awarded downs like a man who's just snorted Ant-Rid. Lost property featured, with many useful items returned to their rightful owners, plus a VHS which would make brilliant landfill. Mabel took home the Hub,and the pack then did their ten minutes of planning for the pre-lube. Vastly excessive, in my opinion.
Next week's run is from FannyMay's house, 10 James Street Devonport. It's Valentines Day, so don't forget the chocolates, roses and edible cherry-flavoured intimate apparel. Or you could just wear something red. Feb 14th, 6.30 p.m.
On On Dini