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R*n 353 location

R*n 353 started from the On Inn - Black Bull, Brookhouse.

Who ran 353? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Baldbrick - Hare17176193
Bitter21117138
Dormouse86573
Highway11127138
Major Twit13121134
Minor Twat14106120
Sir Tom Tom105262
Speedbump85765
Twisted21123144
Upperskirt19222241

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Sunday 22nd August 2010 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 353 »

Brookhouse

We arrived after others had set off (could this be why I am scribing?) On catching up with the pack, everyone swept off down the south side of the Lune to a wood, crossed the bridge and swept back up the other side.

There was an open bag in the back of a car at the beer stop. After many minutes collecting an assortment of detritus, Sir Tom Tom protested that it was his bag. A pity since the bag had rendered excellent service as a litter bin.

Speedbump had managed to get herself in the wars again. Running in very old shoes she managed to create a giant blister, but still insisted on doing the Rambos split after the beerstop. At the gate at the bridge Speedbump had to admit defeat and said she was taking the wimps run back. Dormouse left her and carried on following the Rambos trail, but Sir Tom Tom gallantly stayed with her and offered his services as a local guide promising the shortest way home. Sounded good. Only problem was something had scrambled Sir Tom Tom’s sat nav, and to cries of “it’ll be this way” they duly travelled twice as far as the Rambos. They had to be called to heel when the Rambos spotted them by chance going the wrong way. We came all together for the final run in. Upperskirt was late returning, as usual.

Sir Tom Tom was in full flow about a pub quiz he was writing. He was promoting a quiz with a theme about the US states and their abbreviations in the US postal codes. He seems to be not just competitive, but semi-professional with his team being promoted to a higher division. So try these for size:

  • A place where California and 20 hundredweight come together
  • A couple, one starting from Massachusetts and the other starting from Michigan. Before they had finished a word to each other they were in Oregon.
  • A county that encompasses two states in the Old South, at least in the British postal abbreviation of that county’s name. Oh, and the locals like it so much that the abbreviation is always in the plural!

Answers on the back of a £50 note please (not returnable).

Is Louisiana next to Maine? My quiz questions are!

The standard of food in the Black Bull has deteriorated. You might expect food that is supposed to be hot to be a least lightly warm. Upperskirt’s fish was stone cold. It would have been warmer if it had sat out on the Fish Stones we passed on the r*n.

Dormouse

Write up by Dormouse

9th January 2011 at 3:05pm