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R*n 569 location

R*n 569 started from Summit of Clawthorpe Lane, Burton-in-Kendal and the On Inn was Smithy Inn, Holme.

Who ran 569? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Bubbles - Hare67290357
Forever Blowing - Hare57290347
Jelly Tot01010
Loose Elastic52833
Major Twit26179205
Midget Gem088
Minor Twat20165185
Off His Trolley24213237

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On Inn - Smithy Inn, Holme

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


Sunday 10th January 2016 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 569 »

Hutton Roof - PRIME HASH

Brookhouse was moderately calm and mild as we left for Hutton Roof. 25 minutes later we were greeted by an arctic wind of considerable strength. Whist awaiting the arrival of the rest of the pack we bordered upon hypothermia, using various means to stay warm. As the briefing circle was concluding a mobile sweet shop arrived in the form of Loose Elastic and her mixed sweets assortment.

Then we were off. After a short while we met an oncoming band of walkers and were asked if we were hashing. The questioner hashed with the Bangalore hash many years ago and held the post of RA, his wife holding the post of honorary scribe. As we were short of an RA and scribe for this r*n I tried to persuade them to join us but alas they'd hung up their hash shoes.

On through shiggy, with little opportunity of actually r*nning, we came across the first W/R split which was taken by Lurch, Tightarse and Major Twit. At the next check we regrouped to then follow Morticia who had picked up the right trail. After some great views we headed down through a beautiful mossy glade to the beer stop to find refreshments neatly arrayed ready for selection.

We then continued down to find a dubious check near Hutton Roof church. After various false starts we were tipped off by the hares via Off His Trolley on which trail to take. After that it was plain sailing back up the hill through a hail storm to the circle.

This r*n was an excellent example of professional marking following the maxim of "the right amount of flour, in the right place to provide enough of a challenge to staying on trail". Sir Tom Tom could have learned a lot on this one with the potential of saving the future British flour supply.

And a big round of applause for the Mixed Sweets Assortment for completing the WHOLE r*n in wellies, in good cheer and in good time. Well done!

Minor Twat

Write up by Minor Twat

11th January 2016 at 7:30am