At the Christmas party our President-elect once again set out how he intends to make Carnethy great again, to whoops and hollers from the gathered crowd. The wall around Hunter’s Bog will go ahead, although it may be a fence for some sections. There will also be a “complete shutdown of runners joining Carnethy from other clubs until our club’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on”.
Over on the other side of the room there were still discussions about Carnexit, and what that means other than Carnexit. Jasmin is pushing for a Hard Carnexit, but has concerns Konrad may only be able to deliver a Soft Carnexit. She went on to say that the club wants a “red and yellow Carnexit”. Whatever all of it means, I for one am looking forward to the extra 350 beers a week that are going to be delivered to training sessions!
Until the full report comes out try your hand at one of the competitions – The Alternative Alternative Carnethy 5, or How Well do you Know Your Pentlands?
6 hills (well it’s alternative, and nothing to do with the AltC5) with all names expunged. Answers on the Christmas Party page. It was won last night by Dorothy Elliott, just pipping Andy Spenceley after 2 tie break questions.
The other competition was Guess the Feet of the Committee – you are probably glad that I don’t have the photographs.