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It’s been far too long since we’ve been able to run with our Grenada hashing buddies. Last night we got our fix though, and then some. The almost 7 mile trail which had some of the steepest hills in all of Grenada was probably not the best hash for us to start back on, at least for me. We were happy to have our friend Michael accompany us on the hash and while he didn’t run the same route as us, he did complete it. I’d almost go so far as to say that he lost his hashing virginity but since he begged out of the post-hash ceremony, I think he’ll still need to do that should he come back with us again in the future.

The future will be at least 7 weeks away though as Michael left for the airport this morning to fly back to Colorado. This leaves Rebecca and I here to do our thing while he returns to the US to make some more money for boat stuff. We all know that BOAT stands for Break Out Another Thousand.

10 Comments

  1. Tight security at the airport! Or is there a fence up ahead that keeps you off the runway or os that a secondary airfield?

  2. Self inflicted punishment, especially after you have been wallowing in the fleshpots of USA.

    Well done Michael for having the sense to take the prudent route. 🙂

    So, have you now got a detailed “schedule of works”, day by day, for the next 7 weeks?

    Or will Roger’s bar occupy your time???? 😉

    Mike

  3. Did Isla have to drink from her shoe?

  4. Mike,
    I know I read toooo many blogs. The second one I read tonight had the same hash.

    http://www.windtraveler.net/

  5. Mike and Rebecca, just finished reading your blog from the beginning. Best blog I’ve found. Amazing how you’ve made your dreams come true. I would not hesitate to charter a cruise with you. One Love looks like a fantastic boat!

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