|Above, Bosco on the rocks on Mount Fuji. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
While perusing the Platrix Chapter No. 2's website for information on this weekend's joint Clamp-out, I stumbled over to the "Where's Bosco?" page and noted that more of the brethren have contributed information on where they scattered some of Bosco's ashes.
It is nice to see that there are not six contributions to the page.
Who was Bosco?
Here's what the page says (unfortunately, non-members of ECV cannot get in):
Beloved Platrix clamper Richard “Bosco” Larsen’s clampotent soul departed for the Golden Hills in 2002. His family graciously handed over a portion of his worldly ashes and the chapter mixed a teaspoonful of those ashes with the seeds of our state flower, the Golden Poppy, into small packets so that redshirts could sprinkle a bit of him wherever they found an appropriate resting place.
Back in 2004, while touring Japan with G-TOUR, we made a stop at one of the Fifth Stations on the slopes of Mount Fuji. There, I thought an appropriate place to sprinkle Bosco would be on some rocks so that the winds of Mount Fuji can further scatter Bosco on the slopes.
The Platrix Bosco page has a map of where Bosco has been scattered:
It would be nice if other Clampers who scattered Bosco would contribute to the page.