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R*n 111 location

R*n 111 started from the On Inn - Black Bull, Brookhouse.

Who ran 111? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Bubbles - Hare257398
Lurch - Hare156883
Cousin It15455
Cum Yak Yak13233
Dingbat (Visitor)022
Forever Blowing158095
Fugitive Nipple52732
Hash Drunk167389
No More Cum105060
Odd Glimpse2810
Off His Trolley21517
Peeping Tim21012
Pick Me Up167288
The Duke01616
Tooth Fairy21315
White Noise11314

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Saturday 12th June 2004 at 10:30am

Hash WeekendR*n 111 »

Brookhouse - 111 Weekend

The yellow crowd arrived bright and early for a 10.30am start.  The weather was looking good, which is amazing given it was the village's annual Gala - that always spells rain!  But so far so good.  The hares were looking a bit red raw on their tender thighs - the result of crossing the river no less!  Folk started shuffling and looking a bit uncomfortable as they thought about their grey undies or even no undies! And how could they bare their bodies in front of this great crowd!!?  The local rag turned up to see what we were all up to and after a few cheesy photos off the hash set.

The trail was well marked and the pack soon spread out, a wimp rambo split soon came upon us as we wound our way around the beautiful Lune Valley countryside.  Oh no, we turned the corner to find THE RIVER!!!  Yes and you guessed it, the rambos were already well ahead of the wimps, ready to watch and join in.  Gradually we all waded our way across the river, it was wonderful and sooo cool on the sunny June day.  Foghorn and Pudsley decided that a good swim (an excuse for getting clean!) was fun and swam with Rufus the dog, ultimately causing an upstanding local citizen to complain about disturbing the fish!  And No More Cum was the dutiful father and crossed back again to carry little Cum Yak Yak over the river as she would have got slightly soggy had she had to walk through the 3ft swell.

After a short drinks stop the hashers soldiered on, all soggy and squelching.  We came out eventually at the Fenwick Arms, but alas no beer stop!  The trail continued over the road and we locals knew there was only one way home avoiding the main road and sweeping the back markers on the climb to the quarry was very slow.   We wendered our way up and up and up and up and up until there was no more up!    Still, the curious brickworks buckets and the view from the top justified the toil.  We were at last in the great heaven of the Lune Valley - at the wind farm where the mighty frankenstein machines turn their white blades to serve our every need - well only when the wind blows.  The view was magnificent and the welcome beer stop even more so!!!  On the homeward trail now we all ran downhill to the On Inn at the bottom - the home of the Addams family.

Yellow people started turning up at the pub from 6:30 onwards.  The yellow hair of Toothfairy was spectacular as was her banana (especially what she did with it!), Baldbrick's yellow dress was a definite fashion statement (especially when Forever Blowing asked Upper Skirt if the dress was hers!!), Boghopper and Cum's Late were very jaundiced (exceptional outfits) and Flossie and Ever Ready didn't wear anything yellow at all!!  The food was good and the service of one of the waitresses was outstanding - well done to Wednesday.  The rest of the evening was very enjoyable with exceptional dancing by Blackhead and Tripod, White Noise, Upper skirt and the longsuffering Baldbrick, and Toothfairy with the amazing banana.  The locals were a bit in awe of the yellow people and started fighting for space on the dance floor to the amazement of Toothfairy who had the floor taken up most of the time for her and the banana.  The act for the evening couldn't believe her eyes and had a great time watching us all fooling about.  The music kept everyone going - but no Yellow Mellow or even Yellow Submarine, awwww.

Write up by an unknown scribe

18th June 2004 at 5:23am