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R*n 251 location

R*n 251 started from the On Inn - Stork Inn, Conder Green.

Who ran 251? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Antiseptic - Hare26108134
Feels on Wheels - Hare75360
Bitter116374
Cyberseptic3199130
English Monkey055
Major Twit892100
Master Baker45458
Pardon178
Slack Haddock022
Twisted116475
Upperskirt11134145
Virgin: Jen033

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On Inn - Stork Inn, Conder Green

Image of Stork Inn, Conder Green

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

www.thestorkinn.com

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Tuesday 22nd January 2008 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 251 »

Condor Green

To crack the secret code - when reading, think the opposite!

On a balmy sunny evening a huge crowd of LVH3 hashers turned up at the Stork eager to get the hash started. In the circle, the excited hashers welcomed the hares who described the wonderful countryside we would be encountering and how dry and clear the evening was ... all the better to take in the fantastic views ahead. We were promised no wimps/rambos splits or fish-hooks, however well stocked beer buckets were on the cards! I found myself having to fight with the other hashers as we all volunteered to be the scribe and was so pleased to be given the chance as I hadn't scribed for so long.

We set off briskly along the well lit, well marked trail towards Glasson Dock. We chatted cheerfully amongst ourselves with no hard breathing or heavy legs and congratulated ourselves on the success of our winter fitness regime.

We were all pleased to see the trail turning off the hard road and were soon making excellent progress across the dry, springy grass - all well lit by a large full moon overhead.  We were surprised to find that no squelchy mud was oozing into our trainers and causing hash crashes - how delightful this hash was turning out to be!

At the wimp/rambo split, Bitter was the only one who wanted to take the rambo option and he set off on the much longer route. Being so fit, he was quickly able to forge ahead in front of us wimps, however he kindly waited for us and we all joined the road again together. After very few checks, we headed back towards the On Inn, however time was passing by so quickly (and we were enjoying it all so much) that we decided to take up the offer of a little challenge from the hare and set off along the well constructed canal tow path that had recently been tarmacked and was therefore mud free. 

Soon we found ourselves back at the On Inn car park of the lovely traditional Olde English pub full of interesting locals keen to hear about our exploits and join our merry band on future hashes. We changed in the heated shower/changing facilities and were soon eating a wonderful gourmet meal with free beer provided by the generous landlord.

We agreed it had all been worth the effort to drag ourselves out the comfort of our own homes. Who would want to stay around the fire wearing slippers and drinking large glasses of wine watching soaps on TV? Not us - we love hashing!

Twisted

Write up by Twisted

28th January 2008 at 1:53pm