(Near Tolo, Peloponnese)

(Sunday 30th September 2007)


Hares: Napoleon's Bony Part & Air Head

Photographer: Mad Dog

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The entrance to the site (the pay booth can be seen under the tree)

The hashers trail came up from the unfenced back of the site and
exited past the pay booth (so no charge)


The layout and explanation of the site


The plan of the site


Explanatory text


Amazing fortification wall


Hasher examining the stone blocks


Flora & fauna on the hillside


View from top of the site

( Lat: 37 31' 39.06'' North,  Lon:  22 52' 28.67'' East )


The hash circle & swimming location


View from top of the site - down the other side


Wonderful 360 degree panoramic view from the top of the site

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Ancient stairway



Ancient walkway & stairway


Ramp leading down to ground level.
Note the little church - where a wedding was held the previous evening


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The starting point & circle:
Latitude 37 31' 38.42'' North
Longitude 22 52' 31.56'' East
Altitude: 1.5 metres above sea level

Mad Dog's latecomer trail (as shown above) with a cartographic length = 1.5 km
The trail shown goes up & over Ancient Asine but is not the full trail the hasher's ran.


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Spy Shagger jumps down from a wall in the orange groves


Next come Cook The Fook & Last Tango


Is this the way?


They've found the trail and off they go


Along a path flanked by bamboos and palm trees


Heading down to the beach past a pool of green water


Yuk! But the ducks don't seem to mind.


On-In along the beach









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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006

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