(East of Athens)

Run 1508 (Sunday 10th December 2006)

Hare: The Bookmaker

- Founder's Day Run -

Photographer: Polli

Total photos: 17
Total filesize: 776 Kilobytes
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Founder's day group photo


Checking! (but who's checking?)


Mad Dog takes a drink at a local well
(Who forgot to bring the bottled water this week?)


GM Budwanker gets the circle underway with RA Fair Cop


Hare's DIO for The Bookmaker


Fair Cop is awarded the Sh*t of the Week

Group punishment - Rear Entry & Kum Kwik - with All Day Sucker visible behind


Budwanker's DIO for leaving hash signs around Papagou


And the FRB's Hermes helmet goes to Up The Bumper (again)


Rim Job performs the song & movement ritual for Flying Club offendors


"Get a life"

Kum Kwik receives his 100-run badge


All Day Sucker has accumulated 50 runs & receives badge & mug


Stress Cow with her 25-run mug & badge


Up The Bumper - receives his own virgin-hare T-shirt


The Souvlaki taverna near Markopoulo


Lots to eat & drink


Full and cheerful






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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006

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