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R*n 468 started from the On Inn - Royal Oak, Pateley Bridge.

Who ran 468? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Forever Blowing - Hare44245289
Sir Tom Tom - Hare25137162
Antiseptic46229275
Baldbrick26267293
Bubbles55250305
Cyberseptic56215271
Dormouse13112125
Lurch46241287
Morticia45242287
Muddy Waters088
Only Six Inch (Visitor)033
Shiggy Pop11011
Shit Creek (Visitor)033
Speedbump13102115
Upperskirt25321346

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On Inn - Royal Oak, Pateley Bridge

Image of Royal Oak, Pateley Bridge

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.

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Sunday 14th July 2013 at 11:00am

Hash WeekendR*n 468 »

Pateley Bridge

Sunday dawned bright and sunny again.  Wonderful!  We decamped and set off to Pateley Bridge ready for the foray into Sir Tom Tom territory.  Well, after a coffee anyway.

As well as the happy campers, Shiggy Pop and Muddy Waters were brave enough to venture into Yorkshire and assault the countryside.  It was warm, could be termed HOT!

After saying a fond farewell to Hand Job who had very important matters to go home for – maybe we’d tired him out - off we went anticipating climbing many mountains of flour. We were surprised as all we found at first were small respectable piles of flour spaced at long intervals so they couldn’t reproduce!  Amazing – some piles of flour had even had an argument and threw us off on a false trail – it was fun!  Our very kind hare had organised TWO beer stops! and this was where assistant hare, Forever Blowing, was very kind too, by providing ice-cold drinks.

Morticia was on a ‘go slow’ day and brought up the rear ensuring that UpperSkirt didn’t get lost!  But then, we knew it couldn’t last, the piles of flour had sneaked closer to each other and started reproducing. It would have very difficult to get lost, even for UpperSkirt as the flour piles had spread and were overtaking the woodland floor.  I had to do something about it – the locals might have thought there’s been a freak snowstorm so I have to admit to obliterating many flour piles to increase the space between them and stop the overpopulation that was beginning to occur.  The r*nners behind me didn’t notice that there was an assault taking place right there in front of them and managed to reach the next beer stop safely!

We followed a good trail through fields, under trees and alongside a reservoir back to the On Inn.

The circle, well, line, was conducted in an orderly fashion and involved many naughty hashers and some not so naughty but deemed guilty anyway.

A fitting end to a wonderful Hashing weekend.

Antiseptic

Write up by Antiseptic

19th July 2013 at 6:23pm