Kh3 #93: Tales of the Knickerbocker H3

October 21, 2015 Writeup by Krispy Kringle Past, present and future met at the pre-lube at Emmons Tavern on October 21, 2015 as we celebrated Back to the Future Day. The trail was laid by Man-Doc Brown-Fun. It featured many check-backs, making it all a herky-jerky affair. But first we started off going in circles, ultimately managing our way west, south and then to the first drink check at the North end of Madison Square Park. Some brightly colored concoction was served in test tubes. We then staggered east from the park, then south, then west again. Mass confusion arose on Park Avenue. Super Dave managed to guide us to the second drink check at the South End of Madison Square Park. Spiked Gatorade welcomed our return. Faux Newspapers were distributed retelling some of the events from Back to the Future. Ultimately, we made it to the On-In, One Star. The trail ending up looking like this. In honor of the day, there were two Marty McFly’s on trail: Cosmo-Marty-McTits and Surprise-I’m Illiterate-Marty. There was also a Krispy Doc Brown. Various crimes were committed. Those responsible were held accountable: Geordi LaForeskin was the RA and doled out down-downs. Although there were virgins on trail; they escaped before receiving any abuse. The Hare was assisted by Surprise I’m Illiterate and Frank Lloyd Wrong. The latter did excellent work keeping a steady supply of suds flowing. Visitor, Foul Balls, was from San Francisco. And he had some prior NY Street Cred for taking on former Mayor Giuliani. Tech Use on trail was rampant, both Doggie Erectus and Cum Test Dummy were...

KH3 #92: Tales of the Knickerbocker H3

October 7, 2015 Writeup by Krispy Kringle And so a new season of the Knickerbocker H3 begins. Evening arrived with the promise of good times. Bonds were renewed and fellowships reforged as we gathered at Flight 151 at 18 Street and 8th Avenue. This tidy little establishment turned out to be the On-In as well. There was a sizable pack of about 30. What-a-Cunt directed us outside. And after a few words, we were off. South we ran. Then through the Village, migrating east to Washington Square Park. There we found the first Song Check. Skidmark led us in a chorus of “Roll Back Your Foreskin,” much to the delight of the park goers there. Then after some confusion, the trail headed south and then west. The pack was stretching out separating into little groups. When the trail reached the Hudson we headed north along the coast. Then east and up onto the Highline, that magical park in the sky. We darted past nervous pedestrians. Until we found a second song check. A fellow practicing his cello accompanied a few of us in the classical rendition of “Ten Toes Down.” We continued north, until a Chicken-Eagle split spawned. The chicken happily went east to the drink check and the On-In. The eagle went north. It exited the Highline to explore a small park which featured a running track and a false trail that circled it endlessly (a cruel trick by the Hare.) The trail then went west and back on to the Highline going north again. Finally exiting the HL and heading west to the river, turning south at...