Trail #835: Dog Days of Summer

Bring: $1 (no coins), 6-pack (glass discouraged), whistle, flashlight

Date: Thursday, July 21

Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO!

Theme: Dog Days of Summer

Welcome back to July in the North Caribbean! It’s hotter than a whore in church! Hotter than a priest in preschool! As soon as you go outside, you’re moister than an oyster! What better way to celebrate than to head outside and celebrate your love of dogs, beer, and running!

Put on your finest and your caninest, and be sure to clip your nails. We’ll meet next to a giant pink toilet and go on a tour of sights and smells around Mid-City. You’ll have your tails wagging by the time we’re at Beer Near, and then we’ll add on some extra fun for you greyhounds! There will be plenty of spots to pee along the way, and maybe even some surprise snacks hiding in the tall grass for the bloodhounds.

Start Address: Start of Bayou St. John (Moss and Lafitte)

Hare & Co-hares: Jackrophiliac, Clitoria’s Secret

Beer hare: Scuba Steve

Pre-Lube: (B)arkway Tavern

On-After: Bayou Beer Garden

Dog Friendly?: “?” indeed! This is a dog-lover themed hash. It’s late July in New Orleans. If you love your dog, you’ll leave Fido at home and put the leash on yourself. There’s no reason this trail wouldn’t be dog friendly in December, but you’ve got to be a responsible adult for a second and decide if your dog is built for running in the heat.

Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail? If you’re bringing a dog, bring a water bowl and water, even though some should be available. Down downs for irresponsible dog owners.

Approx. -l-l-l–> length: 4 mi Turkey/walkers, 6 mi Eagle

Trail is A to A’

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