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R*n 352 location

R*n 352 started from Madge & Syd's, Kendal and the On Inn was Castle Inn, Kendal.

Who ran 352? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Madge - Hare103747
Syd - Hare83947
Hot Lips088
Loose Elastic21214
Major Twit13120133
Minor Twat14105119
Sir Tom Tom105161
Tarty Totty31013

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On Inn - Castle Inn, Kendal

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


Sunday 8th August 2010 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 352 »


Well with no GM, no RA present it was down to Twisted to lead the way – well in reality she wasn’t an FRB that role was taken up by three young, athletic hashers who honoured with their presence. Excuses for non attendance included: moving home, producing off spring and living in the far distant lands of Manchester and Blackpool. I’d want to leave Manchester and Blackpool as often as I could.

The run began, no as usual with the circle as usual but with Twisted giving away her fresh produce, marrow and plumbs! The circle felt more like a classroom as teacher Madge reminded us of hash a markings, the green cross code and more , much of which I can’t recall as I found myself daydreaming as I did in my school days long, long gone by.

As the acting GM as I were trying to run - I think we looked more like old woman hobbling than hashers- she remembered that she hadn’t assigned a scribe so kindly ‘asked’ me to do the honour, with instructions of ‘no fancy stuff’ just a straight forward record of the here it is:

We walked, talked, jogged and tried to run over: fields, on roads, up hills, under a railway (much to Bitters delight) and through woods on the outskirts of Kendal . The sun shone and thankfully the rain remained in the clouds.

An enjoyable hash – thanks Teacher Madge and Syd.

Major Twit

Write up by Major Twit

23rd October 2010 at 8:03am

  1. Minor Twat
    Minor Twat After reluctantly volunteering to keep Bitter and Quaver company in the knitting circle (which is really not my scene as an athletic FRB), I had to tolerate Bitter drooling as he photographed the trains on the West Coast Mainline. The highlight of my sojourn at the rear was the delightful visits by all the ladies (including and led by my beautiful wife) that kept running back to check on us - they kept coming back, running around us and beggaring off again - very strange.

    The final highlight was 'The Castle' in Kendal - fine ales and good food. Nice to see Madge and Syd again together with their extended family.
    23rd October 2010 at 8:04am