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R*n 223 started from the On Inn - The Tavern, Hale.

Who ran 223? - data up to & including this r*n

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Master Baker - Hare23032
Upperskirt - Hare9110119
Agent Orange123
Atomic Caton93544
Bedside Manner43034
Feels on Wheels54045
Forever Blowing26150176
Full Member189
Hot Lips055
Major Twit67783
Minor Twat106676
No More Cum1689105
Thunder Dick43135

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On Inn - The Tavern, Hale

Image of The Tavern, Hale

This was our 3rd visit. We also visited on...

An idyllic pub and eatery that has undergone major renovation to restore and create a blend of traditional character and contemporary features, making this a relaxing and enjoyable space for all the family, including our canine friends.

Formerly the King's Arms.


Sunday 27th May 2007 at 11:00am

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Carmen the Au Pair

Just enough rain to wet the flour-trail fell as we arrived at 'The Kings Arms' car park, Hale. However, the clouds had cleared and it was fine as we set off thinking that perhaps we weren't going to get a soaking after all.  Masterbaker and Upperskirt, the Hares, had had other ideas!

Twenty one of us and three dogs enjoyed a 6 mile thrash through hayfields of long grass; along the canal towpath; around the lanes of Holme; under the railway line and into the River Bela.  Of course, we were meant to hash straight through the water, but many took the obvious easy option of  the nearby bridge - definitely a "Down Down"!  The devious Hares had even put a fish-hook up the lane opposite the ford, expecting us to go through the water twice more to pick up stragglers.  However, we all stood on the far bank shouting at those wagging it (determined to have dry feet) - not just the dogs!

Then "on - squelch - on".  But it was a very enjoyable route with good pub-grub awaiting.


Write up by Pondlife

2nd June 2007 at 5:53am