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R*n 304 location

R*n 304 started from the On Inn - Th'Owd Tithebarn, Garstang.

Who ran 304? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Master Baker - Hare1197108
Upperskirt - Hare17179196
No More Cum18110128
Off His Trolley1191102
Sir Tom Tom31417
White Noise98392

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On Inn - Th'Owd Tithebarn, Garstang

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


Sunday 7th June 2009 at 11:00am

Full MoonR*n 304 »


Something was missing when we trucked up at the On Inn to start the r* what was it....oh yes, I remember, where was the full moon? Maybe it will make an appearance later perhaps?

It didn't bode well when around 10.55, the hares were seen walking back having started out around three hours earlier. Oh well, girding our loins, the small pack headed off along the canal path. Three hours later we were still on the canal path (tell a lie... it was only two hours)!

Eventually we made it off the canal, across some familiar paths from a previous "deepest south" hash and ended up on the road heading upwards. We went up the road for the same time we spent on the canal (forever), hoping and praying that the beer stop would appear soon. No such luck!

We ignored the first fish hook as we were so far ahead of the knitting circle and none of us could face the down hill which had taken us so long to get up in the first place! Up through the Cobble Hey Gardens, off towards the fells, leaving civilisation behind. Several hours later we made the beer stop - some of us crying as we were so relieved to see a drink and a chocolate biscuit (and a very posh biscuit at that)!

Fortifed, we set off back from Calder Vale, downhill towards Garstang.... wondering if the On Inn had stopped serving food and what time the full moon would be out to show us the way. Another fish hook, ignored by all but Dormouse (mad bu**er)! We arrived back at the On Inn to find the knitting circle already partaking of a pint, having cadged a lift back with the hares. We all piled into the pub and enjoyed some good pub grub (5/10 for the chips and gravy from NMC, increased to 6/10 when he found the gravy at the bottom of the bowl)! A very long (10 miles) HASH but a good un none the less.

On On


Write up by Twisted

13th June 2009 at 5:53am