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R*n 281 started from YHA Kirkby Stephen, Kirkby Stephen and the On Inn was Black Bull, Nateby, Kirkby Stephen.

Who ran 281? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Full Member - Hare52934
Thunder Dick - Hare84654
Antiseptic29122151
Baldbrick13125138
Cum Yak Yak57782
Cyberseptic33112145
Dormouse53439
Feels on Wheels116677
Forever Blowing30174204
Hash Drunk1795112
Lurch31154185
Master Baker87785
Morticia26140166
No More Cum18103121
Off His Trolley98392
Pick Me Up1890108
Septic Canary156
Speedbump52833
Upperskirt15158173
White Noise77582

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On Inn - Black Bull, Nateby, Kirkby Stephen

This was our 1st visit. We also visited on...

www.blackbullnateby.co.uk

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Saturday 25th October 2008 at 11:00am

Hash WeekendR*n 281 »

Kirkby Stephen - Kirkby Stephen Weekend

Visitors

WCH3
PoshFrock
Tie-One
Chunder
Bumslide

SH4
Boghopper
PickledCabbage

YH3
WonkeyDonkey
Paddy O'Day
WetNurse

NH3
HandJob
Knickerless

It has to have been the wettest, coldest run which I have done since I started hashing. With strong winds and driving rain, I spent some of the time running with my eyes closed which is probably why we missed our way and ended up doing some of the Rambo route. Furthermore, I discovered that I am not aerodynamically designed and making progress against the wind was really hard. Pity it was such awful weather because the route took us through fabulous countryside with fantastic views. Perhaps we could do it again in the summer?

Anyway, myself and the other wimps made it to the beer stop but decided that some of the coldest and wettest of us should get a lift back immediately with the hare. The rest decided to start walking towards the On Inn but we had not gone far when a friendly sheep shagger (that's what he was really - it said so on his work sheet!) stopped and picked us all up in his van. He actually offered some of the rambos a lift too but they were too proud!

The warm welcome at the pub, plus excellent lunch and a few drinks kept us going until we could return to the YH for hot showers.

The circle was held much later and as I have drunk and slept since then I can't remember all the down downs but I know that GM got one for always smiling, I got one for crashing on the Friday night, some front runners got one for not being helpful and more or less everyone had one for something or other.

On On

White Noise

Write up by White Noise

31st October 2008 at 4:53am


  1. Scouse Count
    Scouse Count Cold and wet is the understatement of the year. The heavens opened shortly after the trail commenced at which point it became apparent that chalk and water are not a good combination. Huddled at a check at the top of hill CumYakYak looked particularly worse for wear despite the warming cuddles from antiseptic. The rain was stinging and after several back checks, missed wimp/rambo splits and the wimps trudging up a hill only to meet the rambos running down we eventually got back on a floury trail heading away from the warm haven of the on in at Nateby. Soaked to the skin and numb hashers braved ever onwards and gratefully found the beer stop and for many in the pack the shelter and saviour of the hares cars.
    31st October 2008 at 4:40pm