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R*n 132 location

R*n 132 started from the On Inn - Derby Arms, Witherslack.

Who ran 132? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Madge - Hare3811
Syd - Hare3811
Antiseptic144256
Baldbrick22123
Bedside Manner055
Bitter189
Bubbles2786113
Cyberseptic164460
Dickhead033
Forever Blowing1794111
Highway01111
Hot Lips011
Lurch1783100
Major Twit11314
Minor Twat11112
Morticia116677
Twisted189
Upperskirt33336
Virgin: Hannah011
Virgin: Hassan011

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On Inn - Derby Arms, Witherslack

Image of Derby Arms, Witherslack

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

Beers served from Hawkshead Brewery, Coniston Brewery, Dent Brewery and Thwaites.

www.ainscoughs.co.uk/the-derby-arms/the-derby-arms-home.html

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Sunday 23rd January 2005 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 132 »

Witherslack

It was a surprisingly clear and sunny Sunday morning for January. A good turn out of regular hashers and guests assembled at the Derby Arms, Witherslack. Hares Madge and Sid had set a mostly off road trail with no wimps and Rambo splits. So, it was hard lines for us wimps suffering from the after effects of the Black Bull the night before!

Our guests had been misinformed by Thunderdick that the run would be 6km. Sadly not. But who could complain on such a fine morning. Mark narrowly escaped drinking beer out of his pristine white trainers on account of  living in London and not  being accustomed to our more Northern manners. Fortunately for Highway no-one noticed his new shoes.

The run started well up a big hill along some pleasant woodland paths. We convened at the top by the gate, the rambos waiting for the slower runners among us (or those more interested in chatting). The run continued across rough ground with some really  fantastic views. Bubbles came to grief in an unexpected hash crash on a fast downhill but fortunately sustained no serious injuries. After passing Witherslack hall we encountered a party of pony trekkers on a bridleway who kindly gave way as our band of dogs and runners passed by. We were sure the beer stop was near on reaching the road  only to find another detour across a rather large field with a bog in the middle of it causing soggy feet  among many of our party. Eventually the much needed beer stop was reached and we feasted on satsumas and chocolate biscuits. But no beer!

The final section of the run took us up and down some fairly steep banks over some rough ground. Not  much shiggy though, owing to the overnight frost. Finally a last section though woodland led us back to our cars and on inn to the Derby Arms.

Lurch received his tankard for completing 100 hash runs. Our guests Hannah, Hassan, Bassim, Johnathon, Mark and Hot lips were welcomed in the hope that at least a few of them might come back.  Down downs were awarded to Bubbles for his spectacular hash crash, Lurch for being young and virile, Hotlips the fader and Minor Tw*t and Major Twit for canoodling at the Beer stop.

Overall a great run along well marked trails. Rather long but fairly shiggy free with fantastic views and a good on inn.

Bedside Manner

Write up by Bedside Manner

29th January 2005 at 5:53am