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R*n 144 location

R*n 144 started from the On Inn - Watermill Inn, Ings.

Who ran 144? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Highway - Hare11617
Off His Trolley - Hare43236
Baldbrick42630
Bedside Manner1910
Blackhead077
Bubbles2896124
Forever Blowing17103120
Major Twit22325
Tripod044
Upperskirt44448

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Monday 23rd May 2005 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 144 »

Ings

Records came tumbling down at the Moonlit Hash on Monday 23rd May 2005 lasting 3 days and 12 hours (well it felt like it!). The mood was buoyant as the hashers assembled at the Watermill Inn on the chilly windy evening at Ings. The hares Highway and Off His Trolley having just arrived back from laying the trail welcomed a new member 'Not Yet' to the hash.

The run started briskly from the Inn onto the open moorland and it wasn't long before the Rambo and Wimps split. The Rambo's forged fearlessly forward trying to make sense of the trail. Bubbles and Harry making a daring split from the group never to be seen again. The rambo's now down to four with Baldbrick, Not Yet, Tripod and Blackhead wandering around aimlessly trying to make sense of the trail. Eventually the hares caught up with us in their car and Baldbrick foolishly spurned the opportunity of a ride back to the pub and regretted it. The hares attempted to send us back on track however confusion reigned that night and the group were lost on the return leg of the trail. We were now tired, cold, wet and dying for a pint. Tripod and Blackhead were at the point of firing their distress flares and calling international rescue!! We headed into Windermere and decided to get a taxi with £20 between us. Having a pint in the Brookside pub we were then picked up by the hares and returned to Ings as the Wimps were just returning back.

It has to be said that the brave wimps and AWOL rambos Bubbles and Harry who found us - somehow! had a fantastic r*n - complete with beer stop.  The trail was well laid - mostly! - the scenery was out of this world - well - in this world really, but you know what I mean!  And the atmosphere On Inn was great - just what a hash should be - Jamie Oliver would have ben appalled at our dinner that night - crisps and chocolate - but we'll survive just this once!

Write up by an unknown scribe

29th May 2005 at 1:53pm