Nobody has written the Hash Trash yet...WHY ARE WE WAITING!?!?!
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!!
If you signed up, this is what you get:
> FOOD: dinner Fri night, 3 meals on Sat, breakfast on Sun (& usually lunch after the Sun trail)
> BEER: never empty beer truck!! parked right next to the house
> 3 TRAILS: Fri night, Sat night and Sun hangover hash
> FLOAT TRIP: Sat morning/afternoon
> Either a bed in the house (pay extra) or a place to pitch your tent
> Hot Tub, Sand Volleyball, bonfires, fire jumping, bug bites, people bites, rabies shot when you get home.
SCHEDULE (this is a hash, so all times are subject to change)
> Any time after 1:00pm: set up your tent, or find your spot in the house (if you paid for it)
> Dinner at the house
> Late nite Hash (token trail). PMS is haring.
> Do My Butt's "Bungle Harder" Surprise Event
> 7:30am breakfast at the house
> 9:30am - pick-up for float, meet at campground
> 6 miles of floating down the Meramec River
> Weenie roast on a riverbank
> Find the take-out spot, stumble ashore
> Clean yourselves up back at camp (please!)
> 7:00pm Dinner at the house
> Hash trail
> Bonfire jumping, hot tub lovin', tent raids
> Noon-ish Hangover Hash
> Never ending circle
> Go home
Bird's Nest Lodge, 2356 Bass Rd., Cuba, MO 65453 http://www.birdsnestlodge.com/index.htm
Take I-44 west to the Cuba - exit #208 (approx. 1.5 hours from downtown STL). Turn on Hwy 19 South for 3 miles to Bird's Nest Road (look for On-On Arrow signs). Turn left on Bird's Nest Road (there's a big Canoe at this road). Continue 2 miles to Bird's Nest campground, look for old house. Do not park in the carport driveway, unless you are unloading. Campers pull in from the dirt road, grab an open camp spot.
Everyone must check-in at the campground office (it is further down the road from our spot). This MUST be done before floating, so please do this before 9:00am on Sat. They will have a list of attendees. If you're not signed in, they will not let you float.
At 9:30am on Saturday, buses will pick us up at the campground and take us to the river. IF YOU MISS THE BUS, YOU MISS THE FLOAT. The float is 6 miles along the scenic upper Meramec River. We'll have a weenie roast on a gravel bar along the way. If you want more food on the river, bring it yourselves.
Big Hump cannot provide beer on the river, so you must BYOB on the river. However, glass containers are illegal on the river, so bring CANS or plastic for the float trip.
If you chose a raft, figure out who you're floating with (6-8 people) and put your drinks in 1 or 2 coolers per raft. Otherwise, it will be too crowded. Talk amongst yourselves.
> CANNED beverages or a plastic jug of your favorite moonshine for the float trip
> Drinking vessel
> Lawn chair
> Extra shoes
> Bug Spray
> Do not bring your dignity, because you are bound to lose it!