Friday, February 12, 2010

No Peanuts!

The Poosher's Palace is a peanut-free zone. So if you can't go 24 hours without consuming any peanut products, then just stay home and watch movies on your own couch. You can come and watch us having a good time through the palace's fancy new windows if you must. But you can't come in. No exceptions.

Now, having cleared that up, we can get down to business. This is going to be awesome. Perhaps the awesomest winter 24 Hour Race ever. Jonny G and I have come up with a super-deluxe course. It has a little bit of everything. Except for maybe mountains. But there are two Sals on the course. So that more than makes up for it. Each lap is just a little bit over 10 km. Not too long, not too short.

The weather forecast looks perfect:

Don't forget to bring your movies.

Any questions? Leave a comment and someone will attempt an answer.

Otherwise, see you at 9:30 am.


Tom K said...

Course looks great and other than a Crackberry on my hip I'm free & in and look'n forward to fun all round.

Where's the Poosher's place - exactly?

Besides a sleeping back, shall I bring beer/food contributions?

Giddy up!

The Dark Lord said...

You're on your own for food and drink. The Poosher's palace is on Pinedale. You can't miss it. It's the one with the windows.

Colin Antaya said...

speaking of food...a gas BBQ and a fire pit will be available. As well, the garage at 143 Pinedale (next door to the palace) will be open for those who need a place for repairs or to store their bike during movie laps, etc. Use the man door on the west side, there is a path cleared to the palace.
BTW, heho bon festival.

Gianni said...

Is the Charlie Brown Valentine's Day Special considered Peanuts?

Anonymous said...

Arlene's allergic to peanuts. please be respectful. the address is 147 pinedale, Colin is right next door.

Anonymous said...

I'll be there. It's me, Cousin T. I'm at work right now, and play spongee tonight at 7, but I will arrive afterwards, with beer in hand (hopefully - or at least wine.)

Here's a haiku.

Family day weekend.
Busiest one of the year.
Haven't had fun yet.

wv: pensoe