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R*n 122 location

R*n 122 started from lay-by just off A683 by Barbon Beck bridge, Barbon and the On Inn was Barbon Inn, Barbon.

Who ran 122? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Lurch - Hare167490
Antiseptic113647
Bitter033
Cousin It15859
Cyberseptic123951
Dangly Bits022
Hash Drunk178198
Morticia105969
Off His Trolley32023
Pick Me Up187896
Twisted033
Upperskirt32427
White Noise21820

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Sunday 10th October 2004 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 122 »

Barbon

Underley HallA glorious Autumn day saw us arrive at the layby just off the A683 by Blease Bridge (have I got this right Lurch?). Forewarned that the Rambo split may not be as interesting as the Wimps (whatever that means) we charged across the A-road and were soon on the golf course to the bemusement of the golfers. We seemed to be heading towards the river but never quite made it, hitting the tarmac and veering southeast toward Underley Grange before striking off south across grazing land with Underley Hall majestically rising above the woods on the west bank.

Some hashers seemed to lose the will to follow trail as we approached the split so ended up on the Wimps' trail and couldn't be bothered to come back to the split and make a decision - it was that sort of day. Some of us who found the split took the Rambos' option and experienced the astonishing sight of White Noise leading the Rambos!

White NoiseJust as we were tiring we came across the coach to transport us to the on in (joke - it was just loading up with schoolgirls from Casterton School for a sports match trip). So, bitterly disappointed we staggered on to the beer stop just by the school gate. Suitably revived, the return leg was a breeze, taken at a walking pace in that dreamy hinterland between valley and fell, emerging sublimely right in front of the pub in Barbon. Most unfortunately we still had a quarter of a mile to shuffle back to the layby for the circle before we could embibe at leisure.

A big cheer for Hash Drunk and Pick Me Up who's last regular Sunday hash this was before they move to Edinburgh and thanks for the mascot bear (later to be named Dickhead in their honour).

Cyberseptic

Write up by Cyberseptic

16th October 2004 at 5:53am