Here ye, hear me!
Calling all poor, unsuspecting hashers! Nature Immersion is back, with a vengeance!
Your hares: Help Get It Up, Dibs on the Hobo, and the legendary Bermuda Triangle have been hard at work putting together a shigtastrophe for the ages.
Should you choose to immerse yourself, you can expect: snakes, ticks, mosquitoes; poison ivy; nettles; Balls, on the Rocks; mud. Sloppy, shoe sucking, mud; trains; like, a teensie, weensie, tiny, bit of pavement; a family of raccoons; a delightful beach; hills; dark and wet tunnels; water crossings, "was that a bobcat?" and probably beer.
Your feet will get wet. A lot. Repeatedly. And then they'll get wet again.
Bring: gifts for the hares, bugspray, machete (never know when you'll need to slay a Hobo), dry shoes, dry clothes, that whistle you never blow, vessel, waterproof camera, virgins, anything else you legally normally take to a hash.
Shiggy level: 4.69 if you take the eagle, 4 for the turkey.
This trail is not for the faint of heart, and there really aren't any easy ways out. You've been warned.
P.S. Porkless: is your tetanus shot up to date?
To commiserate...um...celebrate 35 years of DH3 hashing (and we're still on trail), all are welcome to the ON-AFTER. Food/drinks will be provided. Pay at the hash start.
For those spending the night, Unmasked is celebrating their 2nd anniversary on Sunday, June 26th. https://www.facebook.com/groups/287329782409767 for more details.
Prelube at Canal Cove Shelter, Taylorsville Park. Car-pool to hash start.
Canal Cove Shelter, Taylorsville Park.