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R*n 108 location

R*n 108 started from Car park below Cunswick Scar on the Kendal to Underbarrow Road, Underbarrow but we can't remember what the On Inn was!

Who ran 108? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Cum By - Hare112
Slackbladder - Hare124961
Bubbles247195
Forever Blowing157994
Fur Coat033
Lurch146680
No Knickers033
Scouse Count022
The Duke01515
Thunder Dick055
Upperskirt11516

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Sunday 23rd May 2004 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 108 »

Underbarrow

A map reading exercise to the start of the run as few had ventured to the wild side of Kendal previously.  This looked like it was going to be a hot run. Real runners out for the morning blitz were coming into the car park soaked to the skin in sweat. 

Bubbles wasted no time in carrying out an interrogation of the real runners, had they seen flour? - no not flower, flour!  Oh yes plenty all over the place it is, they said, in fact there so much flour out there you'd think you had been to a homepride mens 50th anniversary of graded grains  party.

Total rubbish Bubbles said, Slackbladder never wastes flour, Slackbladder they said what's that?  A freakishly fit person not known for wasting flour Bubbles said. 

You mean the chap with the orange bag? they said, no idea said Bubbles I've never seen his colostomy bag.  It was full they said, we wouldn't drink it we all said, you might they said it's full of piss.

It was about then that the legendary Slackbladder arrived minus bag full of piss.  Very smartly dressed as he had already set the run, been to church, rounded up some sheep, put out a few fires and had a pub lunch. Instructions were "It's that way until you get bored then come back but try to follow a different route."

The run itself was splendid - very well graded (all those grains!) with plenty to enjoy for wimps and rambos. A brilliant area with great views over the country side and a special viewing point showing a 360 deg panorama. Most attended had not been to the area before and all would surely go again, highly recommended.

The bucket was held and various punishments awarded by the welcome back RA but most memorable was the naming of two Harriettes, "Fur Coat" and her daughter "No Knickers" - don't ask me - ask them.

Write up by an unknown scribe

29th May 2004 at 5:53am