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R*n 163 location

R*n 163 started from the On Inn - Madge & Syd's, Kendal.

Who ran 163? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Madge - Hare41317
Syd - Hare41317
Antiseptic176077
Bubbles32106138
Cyberseptic206181
Forever Blowing21113134
Highway22628
Hot Lips022
Tarty Totty011
Upperskirt46064

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On Inn - Madge & Syd's, Kendal

This was our 1st visit. We also visited on...

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Wednesday 16th November 2005 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 163 »

Kendal

No way you could have missed that it was a full moon tonight - what a fantastic sight!

A car full of excitabubble hashers arrived at 123 Appleby Road to be meeted and greeted by our hosts for the evening (or night if you prefer - only £27 per night - little commercial break there!)

Everyone looked at me when a volunteer scribe was requested - so here it is. There were comments about the moon being 33,000 miles away and the run being 50 minutes long - so we assumed we weren't travellling that far! In fact we had a tour of the suburbs of Kendal - meeting some lovely polite younger residents "On On you pensioners" I think were their words of welcome. Upperskirt's reply was equally courteous and invited them to "come and have a go if you think you're fast enough" followed by a very complimentary term of endearment. Needless to say they clearly didn't think they were fast enough!

Madge and Syd are to be congratulated on their thorough reading, learning and execution of the new marking system as passed at the AGPU and so carefully represented on this very website. Two carefully positioned loop backs cunningly brought our front runners to heel twice. An ascent to the castle was followed by a descent from the castle(!) and a tour of the industrial estate and football pitches.

On Inn to a brief circle - Virgin James and Hotlips (son of our hares) were DD-ed for their companionship. Syd and Cyberseptic for finding the only puddle on a wide footpath and the hares of course for a fast and expertly laid trail.

They deserve further praise for the very welcome supper - goulash and bean and leek bake. Thanks very much - we'll be back!!

On on to Alston

Write up by an unknown scribe

22nd November 2005 at 1:53pm