In 2015 they said it couldn’t be done. They told Warmy he was crazy, they said it was too hard, that not everyone could get to the top of the mountain. Warmy asked the important question
“who can’t make it to the top”
And they said “Dave, he is on crutches”
Warmy’s response was as appropriate then as it was now – I’m not worried about Dave
And make it to the top he did, on 3 legs (on crutches you perv, get your mind out of the crutch). When he was up, he was up, and when he was down he was down, and when he was only half way up, he took a slash (see attached picture).
In 2017 the highest of highs were reached when trail fell on 4/20, and there was much rejoicing.
And now in 2019, for the first time, trail falls on the 25th of April otherwise known as ANZAC Day. So come if you dare to:
HALF-BAKED YEAST INFECTION DOWN UNDA VI:
The Quest for Higher Ground
Bring: $1 (no coins); 6-pack (glass discouraged), whistle, flashlight
Date: Thursday, April 25, 2019
Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO!
Theme: HALF-BAKED YEAST INFECTION DOWN UNDA VI: The Quest for Higher Ground
Start Address: LaBorde Mountian, Couturie Forest, City Park (Approx. 1009 Harrison Ave., NOLA 70124 – look for signs to the start from Harrison)
Hare & Co-hares: What’s Warm & Q.E. Oui Oui
Beer hare: TBD
Pre-Lube: Parlay’s (870 Harrison Ave., NOLA 70124)
Dog Friendly: Trail yes, on after no.
Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail? It’s in city park and there has been a fair bit of rain, there is no intent to get you wet and dirty (or is there), but we cant help it if you do ;)
Approx. -l-l-l–> length: 4 separate trails (4+ miles depending on how many you choose to do)
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