2021-02-28 #15 Birthday Rage
Trash: There was trash. The A+ virgin territory was deemed to dangerous by wankers who didn't do test bores and convinced the hare to not jeopardize everyone's lives and so the hash had to settle for just Grade B virgin territory - the full meat of the hobo camp. We emerged from the woods and a wild unicorn appeared! Shot check, bad scouting, and the hare took a 'shortcut' across the ice. Beer check by Gimp's old condos, song check at the elementary school, and circle back at A. Delicious chili. - Buttler
2021-02-21 #14 The Kenjataimu Trail
Wankers! Valentine's Day finished and so did we! A cathartic release of 6.9 inches of the good white stuff and now we can finally experience Kenjataimu, a sleepy moment of clarity, where we suddenly regret all the decisions that lead us to this place. Or maybe equally probable your best Valentine's Day plans were to drink in front of the Somerville theater and have Mr. Rogers lay you. Whether your ennui is temporary and post-coital or perineal, why not drink it away with Beantown H3*?
Who: Sex: The Final Frontier
Where: North Point Park, look for prelube near Education Circle. (Science Park or Community College are closest T stops.)
Bag car: Abrachlamydia
Promises/Lies: an A-B trail as long and hard as you'd expect after such a big release, a better lay than you had last week, good weather, CB[Your whole life], National Sticky Bun Day, well laid trail that will leave you with no regrets afterward, a nominally heated On-In as used as you are.
Trail dropped straight into Charlestown, visited the Bunker Hill Monument for a shot check and ranger avoision. BC at Doherty park and then slipping and sliding down the snowy hill in back leading us almost to the harborwalk but instead along the railroad tracks that everyone zenned around. After navigating Sullivan Sq we explored the area behind the hare's abode leading your scribe to achieve FRB. Circle was fun, chicken soup was delicious, and the hare managed to melt his bowl to his gas heater. A real A-B trail, thankfully bag car shuttled a few of us back to start. - Buttler