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R*n 556 location

R*n 556 started from the On Inn - Canal Turn, Carnforth.

Who ran 556? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Fur Coat - Hare86472
The Pat Controller - Hare2911
Anoraksia21012
ayamadobo (Visitor)011
Baldbrick32341373
Darth Vader13031
Dormouse16147163
Dover Soil2911
Dripper01414
Helmet Polisher21113
Highway21232253
Major Twit26176202
Minor Twat20162182
Off His Trolley24208232
Shiggy Pop31518
Sir Tom Tom36192228
Speedbump16135151
Tightarse011
Toy Boy (Visitor)01313
Upperskirt31392423
White Noise20189209

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On Inn - Canal Turn, Carnforth

This was our 4th visit. We also visited on...

www.thecanalturn.co.uk

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Sunday 27th September 2015 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 556 »

Carnforth

The Run

The prospect of a glorious late summer day brought a good number of hashers to Carnforth. In the absence of the GM, Upperskirt brought the ensemble to order and introduced visitors Tight Arse and Ayam Odobo from Hyderabad H3. An initial request for a volunteer scribe to record the day’s event met with no response but eventually yours truly agreed to perform the duty.

After a quick briefing from the hares, the pack set off down the canal path in a southerly direction. The Rambo / Wimp split showed up after about 500M. The Rambos (including your scribe) crossed the canal on a stone bridge. The Wimps continued along the canal. After crossing the canal, the Rambo trail continued uphill then across two large meadows before descending into a wooded valley then further downhill to rejoin the Wimps on the canal path. The trail eventually reached a fishhook on the canal bank and the reunited pack followed an arrow downhill to the A6. The beer stop vehicle was parked 100M further along on the opposite side of the road. So, it was time to turn back towards Carnforth and the trail headed across a field, over the railway, across a caravan park, then down to the road running parallel to the seashore. The hash enjoyed a spectacular view of Morecambe Bay in the sunshine. Plenty more caravans were encountered before the trail reached Bolton Le Sands then on to Carnforth and the run site. Your scribe and hash horn Baldbrick avoided another Rambo opportunity on the outskirts of Carnforth and took the easier in trail. Dormouse was the last one in, rather surprising as he had been a front runner for most of the run.

The Circle

Upperskirt conducted proceedings. The hares were rewarded then RA Dormouse brought in Helmet Polisher, Darth Vader and Sir Tom Tom on various charges. Circle closed 1338hrs. Then on on to the Canal Turn. Your scribe was unable to attend so it is assumed that a good time was had by all and drink was taken.

Dripper

Write up by Dripper

29th September 2015 at 5:23am