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R*n 629 location

R*n 629 started from layby on north side of A684 near J37 M6, and the On Inn was Swan, Middleton.

Who ran 629? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Dormouse - Hare21171192
Speedbump - Hare21156177
Baldbrick37395432
Bubbles74323397
Fiddler on the Hoof73744
Forever Blowing66324390
Highway26266292
Off His Trolley27253280
Sir Tom Tom41231272
Upperskirt34453487
White Noise23230253

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On Inn - Swan, Middleton

This was our 2nd visit. We also visited on...

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Sunday 25th June 2017 at 11:00am

Hash WeekendR*n 629 »

Killington - Dent Beer and Music and Hash weekend

Killington Reservoir R*n

We met in a layby just off the M6 for this home-going Hash following the Dent Beer & Music Festival Weak End (otherwise known as Glastonbury, and equally muddy).

Some of us came by car or motor home or by 44 ton HGV. Some of us came by bicycle all the way from Brookhouse, having avoided the mud, but not avoided a very steep hill.

While we hashers set off for an unspecified length of trail, Layby was asked to check that the driver of the HGV did not hijack all the cars, vans and bicycles as they could all clearly be fitted in the back of his truck.

Speed Bump set us off 3 times round the reservoir, just to warm up and promised that the beer was cuming towards us in the opposite direction, on the back of Dormouse.

As Dormouse is famous for getting lost we were not very confident.

But Speed bump was with us so how could we get lost?

Forever Blowing tried to get us lost by opening a gate which promptly fell off its hinges some was along the second circuit of the reservoir.

Then we set off in entirely the opposite direction following a footpath sign which had clearly not been there before.

New hashing territory for all of us led to copious use of the hash horn to keep us all together, but a local resident did not like the noise and complained loudly as we passed, as did her dogs.

After several hours we crossed the Sedbergh road without knowing it and crossed some fields to another very steep road where no flour at all was evident.

Having been promised beer at the top of the hill for over an hour we navigated several fields and lanes to reach a scenic viewpoint which was obviously not the top of the hill.

Dormouse was there with his huge rucksack full of beer and goodies, which were demolished in double quick time.

We abandoned all hope of finding Fox’s Pulpit and returned home in double quick time to reach the ON INN at Middleton before it closed for the evening.

Circles were postponed but the food was excellent. We’ll be going to the Swan again, I hope.

Highway

Write up by Highway

27th June 2017 at 3:00pm