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R*n 280 started from YHA Kirkby Stephen, Kirkby Stephen and the On Inn was Black Bull, Kirkby Stephen.

Who ran 280? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Antiseptic - Hare29121150
Feels on Wheels - Hare116576
Baldbrick13124137
Cyberseptic33111144
Dormouse53338
Forever Blowing30173203
Full Member42933
Lurch31153184
Master Baker87684
Morticia26139165
Off His Trolley98291
Scouse Count01818
Speedbump52732
Upperskirt15157172
White Noise77481

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On Inn - Black Bull, Kirkby Stephen

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.

www.blackbullkirkbystephen.co.uk

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Friday 24th October 2008 at 8:00pm

Hash WeekendR*n 280 »

Kirkby Stephen - Kirkby Stephen Weekend

Visitors

WCH3
PoshFrock
Tie-One
Chunder Bumslide

SH4
Boghopper
PickledCabbage

YH3
WonkeyDonkey
Paddy O'Day
WetNurse

NH3
Knickerless

After a fantastic soup supper, thanks to the weekend cooks, excited hashers gathered in Kirkby Stephen YH entrance hall a little after 8:00, eager to pound the fells on such a beautiful starlit night. The promise of a good pub-stop fuelled the enthusiasm and warnings from the hares to heed the notice on the trail about rabbits stirred curiosity.

Antiseptic live hared the first 100m across the main street until we picked up trail down a narrow ginnel, crossing the Eden to a r-w split and we were in darkness. The rambo trail proved to be a circuit of a huge riverside field but was enough to let the wimps get well ahead to the disused railway. The trail followed this for a couple of miles with the breeze at our backs and glorious views over KS and the surrounding dales (at night we had to use our imagination) until we arrived at the warning notice, not about rabbits but their holes. Sure enough White Noise crashed into one while warning fellow hashers not to.

An easy mile of run-in on downhill tarmac then brought us to the Bay Horse at Winton for a welcome guzzle or three by a log fire. Later, a fifteen minute jog returned us to the Black Bull in KS and further good company and beer. The circle could wait for tomorrow.

This was the perfect on on to a great hash weekend, though the weather was yet to have it's main influence. Read on...

Cyberseptic

Write up by Cyberseptic

30th October 2008 at 1:53pm