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R*n 222 location

R*n 222 started from Moor Top car park, Grizedale Forest and the On Inn was White Hart, Bouth.

Who ran 222? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Dormouse - Hare21416
Speedbump - Hare21113
Bedside Manner42933
Chemical Alley246
Full Member178
Major Twit67682
Master Baker13031
Minor Twat106575
Thunder Dick43034

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Sunday 13th May 2007 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 222 »


Despite a poor weather forecast (and bad memories of the very wet time when we had last hashed around Grizedale with the same hares), warm and sunny weather greeted us when we eventually arrived at Moor Top. The hares were dispensing guidance in the well attended circle when the GM and RA arrived. Dormouse warned us all to look out for the "very slippy wooden bridge".... not so that we could mind our footing as he then told us we were not going over the "very slippy wooden bridge".... so what's with the warning?! Off we set up the first hill to find a four way check and a family of spectators wondering what the hell we were up to!

The checks were like mini-hash's they were that long. The main group forgot who had gone which way as they were gone for so long and the checkers ran for so long that they had gone out of ear shot for the group to hear the On On calls. Bubbles called On On and we set off down the trail, only to discover that the seven blobs were not on! Seems like the hares had made their own rules up,,, so sod three blobs as you were not on!

Some of the trails included Krypton Factor Assault Course obstacles, however the call of the cuckoo (and Baldbricks horn (ooh er missus) kept us on the not so straight and very narrow. Fabulous views of the Coniston range and later, the Langdale fells, made the steep scrambling all worth the effort. The wimps went ahead of the rambos and were not caught up until the beer stop.

The beer stop did not come soon enough for some of the hashers (dehydrated due to the warm weather and the steep climbs), but we were rewarded with cake and biscuits, as well as the beer. They were dispensed from a ruck sack picked up from a hiding place under a tree. Fortunately Speedbump had marked the correct tree or else we could still be there now trying to find the rucksack as all trees looked the same!

After refreshments and a shortish last section, we all arrived back at the carpark after a 1.45hour absence. Down Downs were awarded to the hares; Roadkill and me for no hash gear; Chemical Alley for loss of voice; Thunderdick and Bedside Manner for Mrs Binn's Twin's outfits. We never did see that very slippy wooden bridge, however we did enjoy silver cutlery and napkins at the On Inn at Bouth (how posh is that then)!!


Write up by Twisted

19th May 2007 at 5:53am