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R*n 265 location

R*n 265 started from the On Inn - Punch Bowl, Low Bentham.

Who ran 265? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Fur Coat - Hare74855
Wobbly Hooker - Hare4812
Antiseptic27116143
Bamboo011
Master Baker76471
Scouse Count01313
Upperskirt14146160

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Wednesday 18th June 2008 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 265 »

Low Bentham

Though the weather shied off a few, a small pack inclusive of a virgin and a visitor headed off into the hills for the usual shenanigans of shiggy and trail fouling. The hares left no checks as the rain would wash them away yet it also washed away the trail in places and the run entailed a surprising amount of checking for a run with no checks. A real hare helped show us the way as we trotted across the hills above Low Bentham - an enjoyable time was had by all despite being in the rain in the middle of nowhere.

The first beer stop appeared nice and early and with a brief rehydrate off we headed again to a damper trail and deeper shiggy. As the cloud obscured the true full moon MasterBaker and I added our own full moon to the proceedings and before we knew it, beer stop number two.

The final stretch included intrigued horses but thanks to FurCoat and her wonderful display we were quite assured of how to shoo them away! On we ran thinking our virgin was well ahead only to find as we were getting to the end he was at the back having gone off trail and almost becoming lost in the hills. Only through the calls of ‘On On’ was he able to find the group and hopefully not be too put off coming again.

A short circle was enjoyed by all under the shelter of Bamboo’s massive … umbrella and Antiseptic kindly took of the role of GM and RA and succeeded in giving DownDowns to everyone before heading into the Punch Bowl for well deserved chips and beer.

Thanks to hares WobblyHooker and FurCoat

Virgin – Danny

Visitor – Bamboo

Scouse Count

Write up by Scouse Count

24th June 2008 at 1:53pm