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R*n 382 location

R*n 382 started from the On Inn - Green Man, Inglewhite.

Who ran 382? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Bitter - Hare25131156
Twisted - Hare25139164
Cum Yak Yak597102
Full Fat044
Gold Top044
Major Twit14130144
Minor Twat15114129
No More Cum20132152
Sir Tom Tom147690

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On Inn - Green Man, Inglewhite

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This was our 3rd visit. We also visited on...


Sunday 12th June 2011 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 382 »


The day was expected to be very wet, but seeing as it was a while since Full Fat and I did a Hash, at the last minute we decided to take the risk with the weather.

The day started off on the wrong foot for us as we had left our home a little on the late side (due to our last minute decision!) We thus, did not arrive at the due destination until a few minutes prior to the commencement of the run. We then had to get organised (boots on etc; etc;) very quickly. That said, we set off in good spirits.

The Hash commenced at the Green Man in Inglewhite, near Garstang. It took us a few minutes to find the starter ‘Flour’ but Sir Tom Tom did. Nine of us started out, six Rambos and three Wimps. The two Hares were Bitter and Twisted.

The route was generally flat but pretty with lots of woodland areas and river banks. The ‘Flour’ markings were very good and clear throughout the run. Full Fat kept harping on about the area and how he used to swim in the river here with his brother when he was a child. But he could not quite find the spot!!!

At one place I did not see the ‘Flour’ and continued in the wrong direction with a couple of others following - (Comment please Hashers don’t follow me my sense of direction is very questionable indeed!). Fortunately one of the ‘Hares’ alerted us to the correct route.

Along the way we chatted quite a lot with Minor Twot which resulted in an interesting conversation about the NHS and problems experienced with the current cutbacks. There were also a few incidents along the way – two hashers took the wrong route and were ‘missing’ for a while. There was one ‘Hash Crash’ with a little sweat and blood for the poor individual (No More Cum), but nothing too serious.

Just after 12 noon, as predicted, it began to rain and then the heavens opened. Because of the weather (of course!) the 3 Wimps took the short route on the road back to the Green Man. Whilst the Rambos took the longer scenic route.

In summary, a jolly good Hash was had by all!

Gold Top

Write up by Gold Top

16th June 2011 at 6:09am

  1. Full Fat
    Full Fat I was awoken from a deep slumber by Gold top and informed I was going on run 382 with the LVH3. “We've missed the last three” she said and they'll think we don't like our names; we were named at the last one we went to run 376. ”But darling it's going to rain” I said. “You're going and that's it” she said.

    You don't argue with Gold top so we duly arrived at The Green Man in Inglewhite probably a couple of minutes late; if it hadn't been so wet at the end and there had been a circle we would certainly have had to do a down down for that. The run itself was very pleasant and on the plus side we didn't get covered in mud as we usually do. I was a little unwell, no not a hangover, and even slower than usual; must get some runners rather than the diving boots I usually wear; fortunately there were a couple of fish hooks that helped keep me in the pack. I especially liked the section along the River Brock which is an area I knew from half a century ago; looks a lot different now; However, I was right about the rain and it started coming down shortly before the beer stop. Having set out in a hurry we didn't have waterproofs so we were very glad to find ourselves back at The Green Man.

    After a couple of pints of Lancaster Blonde, that's the beer not Gold top, things got a little confused and I thought why am sat in the pub with Keith Richards. It got even more surreal when a lady told me that she used to be called Miss Beautiful Bicycle? and had once cycled round the Isle of Man TT course; she can't have had a very good lap time, measured in days not minutes? Anyway as usual it was a most enjoyable day, many thanks to the hares Bitter and Twisted.

    Please cut us a bit of slack as we were only deflowered recently and therefore not fully up to speed with all the names and the etiquette.
    16th June 2011 at 6:13am