Oh the ignominy. Bravefart joins the roll of runs where attendance was in single figures.
You know things were bad when some Lammaites didn't even show up. A pity 'cos it was a good run. Fast moving with lots of checks which the obliging 'local knowledge' runners did, knowing full well they were dead ends.
From the library we went up through O Tsai fisherman's village then left on the Pak Kok Rd. past Dickstock (annual music festival run by a chap called Richard…)
All the way into Pak Kok village then round the northern end of the island to the Pak Kok lighthouse.
Onto the electric road then along the waterpipe maintenance trail. Back across the road and up the hill onto the mountain bike trail.
Meandered through the hills into Tai Ping to the W/R where the wimps on-homed.
The Rambos took the steep road to the rise in front of the wind turbine then round the base and below the blades of the turbine itself.
Back onto the path for a fairly straight-forward run towards the village and the only check that Groper got right for the evening. He took the route that had a road sign saying 'Library'.
We lost Hickey Slut and Pablo they had to catch the next boat, then the hare took the rest of us Swine Sucker, Sarah, Groper, Lost in Space and me to the Lamcombe for a seafood and hotpot feast.
The only formal down down that LiS wanted noted was for the smallest T he's ever seen on a check; it was a joint effort by SS and Groper as that was the very last chalk that any runners had left after the volume of previous checks.
And it was on-on (to the ferry for LiS).