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R*n 218 location

R*n 218 started from Park & ride car park, Rayrigg Road, Windermere and the On Inn was Hole in t'Wall, Bowness.

Who ran 218? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Highway - Hare55964
Pondlife - Hare11314
Hot Lips033
Loose Elastic134
Master Baker12627
Minor Twat96271
Tarty Totty134

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On Inn - Hole in t'Wall, Bowness

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.


Monday 2nd April 2007 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 218 »


A beautiful evening in the Lakes
A long run with a mad set of running fakes;
Highway would not say how long it would be
So we would all have to wait and see.

The worry was it would get dark
Before we got back to where the cars were parked;
“I don’t know when lighting up is” said Syd with a moan,
as she had left her torch back at home.

Off we ran with a skip and a hop
Madge went wrong up a steep, steep hill,
Hares not shouting till he reached the top!

By Windermere Lake, across a field, to the first closed check with five possible routes;
This took some time before Baldbrick’s Bugle gave a couple of toots.

Then came the urban bit with houses, roads, hotels and gates,
Plenty of false trails where we took the bait.

Lucielastic, Hotlips and Tarty-Totty could be heard out in front setting a very hot pace,
Poor Madge had to stop to tie his shoelace.

Calling errors could be hears with non-hash names like James and Peter being used.
This serious error would not go unpunished Baldbrick mused.

More checks and fishhooks kept the group together
with fast enjoyable routes made better by the excellent weather.

No one took the wimps alternative
All ran the Rambo’s superlative!!
Up to the top of Orrest Head evidently with a beautiful view,
Apart from the fact that the oncoming darkness ensured the mountains were few.

On and On we ran, now almost dark so we saw little of the Lake District National Park.
So back to the base and the circle we had to face.

Down Downs were few with one for not wearing hash haberdash
And one for Tarty totty and Minor Tw’t for sneaking off to take a slash.

Everyone thought the hash was great “a wonderful run” upperskirt was heard to say.
So our thanks to Pond life and Highway.

The “Hole in the Wall” was a good refreshing sight,
And a lovely place to drink and say goodnight.

By Madge LVH3’S Poet Lorryhat (with apologies to William Shakespeare)


Write up by Madge

8th April 2007 at 1:53pm