We were waiting for circle to start at hash #____, it was pretty cold/hot/nice/rainy, but the beer helped us forget about that. The hare/hares got in for some chalk talk, the RA blessed him/her/them and soon, the pack was on-out.
Trail was pretty awesome/shitty and we managed to find trail easily/get lost. We arrived at the Beer Stop, drank some beer, gave the hare/hares some shit about their trail, and were soon back out in the city/shiggy. There were some chick checks, and of course the harriettes opted to check/flash instead of flash/check! Those crazy harriettes! Of course, no one/everyone minded. A few of the virgin/veteran hashers thought it would be a good idea to shortcut and immediately got lost/died. Oh well! Better luck next time.
Once trail was over, we drank our dranks and sang our songs. Disco/Hummers was called out for shitting on trail, Whiney/PMS for getting lost, $5$5$5/59 for raceist behavior and the hare/hares for their shit show of a trail.
All in all, a pretty generic/amazing/shitty/wonderful trail!
SHARKNADO 3 Oh hell no! (we didn't forget about trail)
Emmenegger Nature Park
11991 Stoneywood Dr., 63122
We'll circle up outside of the entrance (parking inside of the park is not an option because they lock the gates. But we'll double check that tonight).
OFF for ticks and skeeters, there will likely be shiggy, but we haven't scouted yet, so ? It might be wheel friendly, but we haven't scouted yet, so ? There will possibly be a Walkers trail. Probably too hot for dogs ... A cranium light may also be helpful.
From the interchange of I-270 and I-64 (Hwy 40), cranium south on I-270 to the I-44 interchange. Merge onto I-44 east and continue about one mile and exit right onto Lindbergh Blvd. Continue south on Lindbergh about one quarter mile to the Watson Road exit ramp on your right. Continue west on Watson about one half mile to Geyer Road. Turn right at Geyer, crossing over I-44. The first street on your left will be Cragwold, turn left and continue on Cragwold passing Powder Valley Nature Center and crossing over I-270. After crossing over I-270, turn left onto Stoneywood and continue to the entrance of Emmenegger Nature Park. Look for hashers parked on the frontage road outside the park entrance. The gates to the park close at 8pm.
220 S. Geyer Road, 63122
They are recording Sharknado for us! They have beer. And popcorn. And a patio. And said we could order pizzas in.
"I know you're scared. I'm scared, too. They're sharks, they're scary"