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R*n 600 location

R*n 600 started from YHA Alston, Alston and the On Inn was Cumberland Hotel, Alston.

Who ran 600? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Bubbles - Hare71307378
Forever Blowing - Hare61308369
>14 Sheikhs (Visitor)022
A N Other (Visitor)088
Babe Magnet (Visitor)088
Baldbrick35374409
Bat out of Hell (Visitor)033
Bell End (Visitor)033
Bone Idle01414
Bong Bong011
Depth Charge (Visitor)022
Dormouse18161179
Handstroke (Visitor)033
Hash Drunk18109127
Highway23253276
Lurch56296352
Morticia55300355
Off His Trolley26233259
Pendragon (Visitor)033
Pick Me Up18105123
Pimp (Visitor)055
Sir Tom Tom39211250
Speedbump18146164
Sponge (Visitor)022
Taxidermist (Visitor)022
Tightarse01616
Toy Boy (Visitor)02323
Upperskirt33427460
White Noise22211233

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On Inn - Cumberland Hotel, Alston

Image of Cumberland Hotel, Alston

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

www.alstoncumberlandhotel.co.uk

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Saturday 22nd October 2016 at 10:30am

Hash WeekendR*n 600 »

South Tynedale - 16th Birthday and Six Hundredth r*n!

There is one of our hashers that I have known all of his life – and I know that one day he will find 5 minutes in his busy schedule to write a witty, complementary and appreciative account of our fabulous, or may I say steaming, 600th r*n.

Until then I would just like to remind all of you that were there, and those of you who wished you could have been there about that damp - but not wet- cold – but not freezing day back in October last year.

Coincidentally our 600th r*n had fallen on our sixteenth birthday. And so it was that 6 of our original hares and hounds from that historic day back in 2000 regathered with a whole host of hangers on following strict instructions not to be late. Oh the whoops of joy and excitement when they realised that we were going on a steam train, with a special carriage laid on just for hashers – probably best to keep us away from the normal people travelling up the valley that day.

And so began a B to A trail that took hounds along and over the Tyne River, through woods and fields, over bridges and under branches. The red squirrels sensibly stayed clear and the deer that the hares had spotted whilst laying the trail also avoided us.

The beer stop – along with jelly Babies and Prosecco as a Birthday treat - were soon consumed and the pack were led on back to the Lunch stop at the Cumberland hotel. After being fed and watered the party continued with sausage rolls, party rings and birthday cake back at the Hostel.

Candles were blown out, down downs were drunk and names were given to all and sundry.

A good day – though I have had to say it myself!

Remind me never to ask my little brother to do anything ever again!

Forever Blowing

Bell End

Write up by Bell End

13th March 2017 at 3:49pm