And note the time 1pm! Starting a tad earlier than normal to keep daylight, yes this is concerning when Head Pedaler is involved….
About six weeks after Decoy was named, he got Bambi “in the family way“. Now, many years later all the little decoys and ducks have flown the nest and Bambi and Decoy are rattling around their old house barely talking to one another and doing all the things that old people do, like getting up to pee at 3:30 in the morning and going to bed at 9 o’clock and complaining about the neighbors dogs barking and keeping them awake. Now they’re bringing their own version of Senility and senior citizenry back to the hash. Come join these two proud AARP members as they lay a trail through suburbia.Hash cash $5
Sunday, September, 26 at 2 pm
OnOn: Dry Brooks Hillside Pavilion
Hash Cash: $5 per family
Join hares Beulah, Suckie Sucker, and Pooperlicious for this fun family hash. This trail will be perfect for children of all ages as there will be many places to shortcut and we promise lots of BNs for the little ones! Shiggy socks are strongly encouraged. Soccer mom cups are required for adult beverages.
On after at the Pavilion. Food and beverages will be provided, but side dishes are welcome. We will have access to the bathrooms.
Trail is A to A. Dry bags at your discretion.
Saturday, September 18
ON ON: 1 pm