Leaving work I noticed more and more dark clouds building up. Arriving at the site just before the horn went off, I decided not to join the hashers into the jungle, but take a stroll with Eastern Promise, as I had just survived a bad cold.
After not even 5 minutes, the sky opened up and the rain came crushing down on us. I really pitied the hens in the jungle especially the once wearing glasses. Even you wear a cap the glasses fog up after a while and you don’t see a lot.
My co- hare Satu Lagi was telling me later that they couldn’t find the on - paper at 2nd check and all decided to turn around and were out at around 6.30pm. They were crossing a small stream on the way in which turned into a river with the water gushing down on them on the way out. Thank goodness for Ryvita’s long legs to check a shallow crossing for Satu Lagi’s shorter ones.
Good for the hens to carry torchlights, as by this time it was pitch dark.
The hares had a bus organized to pick up all the hashers from the Raddisson Hotel as it was a A to B run, but came back empty.
It was a night of celebrations, as all the hares celebrated special runs, a few down- downs was the reward. Jane after all these years got her hash handle and is now called GI Jane.
The JM’s were telling a few jokes and Melissa got the hashit for not signing out, but as usual she had already dashed off.
The hares sponsored food, too. We enjoyed the fresh spring rolls and pizza early home made christmas puddings with cream and custard - Thanks so much for that.
NEXT RUN: LUCKY GARDENS, Jalan Muara
HARES: SATU LAGI/PEA HEN