On On: their place, Swan View
The run started late, but it didn’t much matter as runners came home within about 15 minutes, having arsed everything up entirely. I went out to complete the trail, but had a bit of trouble on my own, so ended up following the walkers home after maybe having completed half the run once (and a few bits of the run several times over).
The circle was a rambling mess, even more than usual. I received the Sash of Shame and the Bucket of Shame(?) for simply existing. The humanity!!! All hope is now set towards us soon having a Sack of Shame, to complete the set.
Tickhead and Pickup Chick each received cups for their 50th run.
DINNER: well, yes, the whole point of the day was fundraising for Tickhead’s Oxfam walk, so we then sat down for our 3 three course meal. Pumpkin Soup and garlic bread for starters, meatballs and spag for mains (grilled cheese on top!) and a whole tableload of deserts to follow. I am pretty sure everyone was crapulent by the end.
And to summarise the other bits that remain in memory: smoky fire, naughty-bits statue, dog eating baby’s food (wobbly lip follows), unfinished joke, red fire truck … SKIMPY!
Until next time, ON ON,