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R*n 472 location

R*n 472 started from the On Inn - Strickland Arms, Sizergh.

Who ran 472? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Cyberseptic - Hare58216274
Feels on Wheels - Hare25126151
Antiseptic46231277
Baldbrick26270296
Bitter34155189
Fiddler on the Hoof11314
Fur Coat75158
Highway17186203
Major Twit21152173
Sir Tom Tom25141166
Twisted33166199
Upperskirt25324349

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Wednesday 21st August 2013 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 472 »

Sizergh

I thought this was just a Full Moon run, but no according to Sir Tom Tom it was a rare Blue Moon or Sturgeon Moon! Apparently there are two definitions of Blue Moon, one being that it is the second full moon in a calendar month (so not this one) and the other that when there are four full moons in a season (there are usually three) then the third one is also called a Blue Moon! Now to go one better than Sir Tom Tom and for some more totally useless information - this Full Moon is also called a Red Moon, Green Corn Moon or Grain Moon!

As a wimp, the most difficult part of this run was beforehand deciding what I wanted to chose off the menu for my supper - ably organised by Feels on Wheels. But a little about the run - lovely hash beside the river and through woods and fields, plenty of flour and checks - must get really busy there at times as one narrow bridge we crossed over the River Kent could only take a maximum of 25 persons - we didn’t have this problem but it did start to sway alarmingly, as I thought with all that ‘weight’ of those running in front of me - alas no it was Baldbrick up to his mischief again making it sway - I could think of somewhere to put that annoying horn! We were warned of the impending beer stop by a lovely chalk drawing on a gate post of Sir Tom Tom looking a bit Van Gogh with one ear missing or was it meant to be a beer tankard? Anyway a welcome beer and fig roll stop to brace us for the final peaceful saunter beside the dual carriageway to the On Inn!

Sadly the ‘rare’ moon was never to be seen, hidden by cloud but as the evening went on the weather improved and we did see a lovely sunset before we quickly disappeared to the pub after the run, having no circle as GM thought everyone was so well behaved there was no need for down downs - well no not exactly - the grub was ready!

Great run set by hares Cyberseptic and Feels on Wheels who looked after us all the way round and thanks to Twisted for bringing the surplus from her vegetable garden!

On on…………

Fur Coat

Write up by Fur Coat

23rd August 2013 at 3:07pm