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R*n 235 location

R*n 235 started from Chapel-le-Dale Church Car Park, Chapel-le-Dale and the On Inn was Station Inn, Ribblehead.

Who ran 235? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Fur Coat - Hare64450
Wobbly Hooker - Hare3811
Antiseptic23100123
Baldbrick1096106
Cyberseptic2992121
English Monkey022
Feels on Wheels54651
Major Twit68389
Master Baker24143
Minor Twat107181
Upperskirt9121130

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On Inn - Station Inn, Ribblehead

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.

www.thestationinn.net

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Tuesday 28th August 2007 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 235 »

Chapel-le-Dale

Visitors
Gemma (named EnglishMonkey 9/7/07) 
Kate
Jristos

After being picked up from Wennington station, after a day in Leeds, by Feels on Wheels and Cyberseptic we made our way to the car park followed by Twit and Twat.  There was a small select gathering including the Away Luneys resplendent in their Bond themed T-shirts from Nash hash.

The hares sent us off on trail which we immediately lost, on finding it again we went uphill, then along passed a few farms, some friendlier than others, with loads of clear views of the Ribblehead viaduct, Ingleborough etc to the beer stop.  After that we went downhill and along back to the car park still with good views in the wonderful evening light.  In the car park there was a mysterious car.  By using the Nash hash torches it was ascertained that it might belong to Gemma who had been on run 234.  Where was she?  Was she alone?  Well, we got on and had the circle.  Congratulations to the hares and a couple of misdemeanours including Upperskirt, Antiseptic and Baldbrick.  Just as we thinking of looking for Gemma she turned up with two friends, Kate and Jristos – Hurrah they weren’t lost.

Most went off to the Oninn – the Station at Ribblehead while FonW, Anti and Cyber were party poopers and went home.  A good evening, not worth missing to cut the grass!!!

Antiseptic

Write up by Antiseptic

3rd September 2007 at 1:53pm