Sunday October 11, 2009 – NYC #1342
Hares: Laird, Doug Guiley, YankIT and Hardman
Start: 103rd and Broadway
On-In: The Dive Bar
We gathered in front of the Starbucks on Broadway and 103rd. I wasn’t really paying attention to the hare, a mistake I would pay for later. And with that we were off heading east on 103rd into
You can find chalk marks on the streets as well, probably not envisioned by Bobby Womack when he penned that tune. On and up
If there was a theme to this hash it was parks and more parks. It was a Tour of Harlem parks provided that they had steps, lots of steps. In one such park was a false trail, which we all seemed to manage to find at the same time. Then the true trail was found, by the steps, no surprise there. And on and up we went over to
Andrew convened the circle and since I was told I would receive a sheet with all the details of abuse etc, I took no notes. Mistake; because while I did receive said sheet, it contained no real specific information to pass on about visitors, virgins, etc. I can tell you the bar provided us with hot dogs and mac and cheese, which Rich’s daughter, Half-Pint (I guess you just couldn’t finish the beer eh bought her) loved. Rich was then awarded a down down for bringing said minor into the bar. Half-Pint knew most of the words to the songs we sang. The beer was good and plentiful. We were joined by racists from the Staten Island ½ Marathon; some of whom did quite well in that outer borough event, such as Fast American Dave, who not only finished second in his age group, but ran to the start. Hey with that hash name, you better place in your age group. And Roark finished 3rd in the 5K in Van Corltand.