Eastern Athens)

Run 1542 (Monday 23rd July 2007)

Hare: Fiery Tw*t

Photos & captions: Cook The Fook & Shiela

Total photos & images: 20
Total filesize: 1,200 Kilobytes
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- T H E     R U N -

1. Which way is it?


2. Picturesque house


3. Walk this way


4. Mash


5. Banger


6. Mountain Goat meditating on the run


7. No beer at this pit stop for Strawberry


8. Still a long way to go!


- T H E     R E C O V E R Y -

9. Resting after the run


10. Fiery looking for a cold beer. She'll be lucky, to say the least


11. Happy walkers relax in the shade


- T H E     C I R C L E -

12. Is this the end of Goes Down?


13. Is this because of inflation?


14. Hot beer shampoo, anyone?


15. Stress Cow and snowjob. Hash T-shirts required.


Cow has a DIO for last week. She says she laid the trail!


17. Another award for Fiery. Is it a Hash t-shirt?


18. She seems happier with it on. So were the rest of us.


19. ADS makes the S**t of the Week award, but to whom?


20. Yes, you've guessed correctly. Fiery T**t again.







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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006

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