(North-West of Athens)

Run 1538 (Monday 25th June 2007)

Hare: Mountain Goat

Photographer: Prickly Bush (+ bits from Mad Dog)

Total photos & images: 23
Total filesize: 933 Kilobytes
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Firstly, some nerd stuff for us sad bastards who like figures as well as figures.......

The starting point & circle:
Latitiude 38 09' 20.18'' North
Longitude 23 47' 30.42''East
Altitude: 445 metres above sea level

(thin air?)

Initial air temperature (19.00 hrs) = 33 deg.C
(a bit hot)

Trail cartographic Length = 9.2 km
(a bit long)


View of trail from 2.4 Km up. The road is shown in yellow.
(In places some of the GPS satellite signals were weak or missing
due to shadowing from the trees in the forest - causing the track to drift)
(Oh yea? looks like someone had a few beers before the run?)


View of trail from 7.5 Km up - showing the road and the huge forested area
(Wow! that's a lot of trees)


Altitude profile
(Bit like a roller coaster)






Iphiclides podalirius (scarce swallowtail) feeding on an onopordum tauricum


The hare Mountain Goat points out the trail


- T H E     R U N -

Beautiful forest path




Playtime while others check


Scolymus hispanicus (Spanish oyster plant)


Mad Dog leads the way


Panoramic view
(STARRING   Left: Prickly Bush,  Right: Cook The Fook)


A stroll in the park


Fiery Twat calls the on on. The pack follows reluctantly


Frenzied flies try to bite Bud Wanker


- T H E     C I R C L E -

Mountain Goat the Hare


All Day Sucker watches Mountain Goat down the hare's brew


Fiery Twat, shit of the week AGAIN


All Day Sucker receives the FRB helmet


A DIO for hashers missing the on in


Bud Wanker's vigin hashing Mother, Father and niece




Shoot the beer bitch. Too much froth for Cook the Fook





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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006

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