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R*n 708 location

R*n 708 started from the On Inn - Stonethwaite Farm Campsite, Keswick.

Who ran 708? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Bubbles - Hare79348427
Forever Blowing - Hare72372444
Baldbrick41452493
Chapped Lips279
Dormouse25191216
Fish Flaps (Visitor)011
Late Cummer279
Lurch64354418
Morticia65355420
Off His Trolley33286319
Rectum (Visitor)011
Speedbump25177202
Upperskirt40516556
White Noise29256285

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On Inn - Stonethwaite Farm Campsite, Keswick

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.

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Saturday 13th July 2019 at 11:00am

Hash WeekendR*n 708 »

Stonethwaite - Fell walk for all

Like setting off on a school trip we checked that everyone had refreshments, applied suncream, paid a visit to the toilets and then a quick headcount and we were off.  Bubbles had warned us all that it was a near vertical start, that there was no short cut for wimps, and it was a long downhill return.  For a change - the hare was absolutely spot on, no lies!

More than an hour later we had covered .83k, yes, less than 1 kilometre - but the views back down to the valley and our campsite were amazing on the frequent rest stops as we caterpillared our way up through the jungle with Lurch taking every opportunity to scramble up the ghyll and Whitenoise leaning over to admire the wildflowers. 

As we approached Bessie Boot, the egg sandwiches came out (told you it was a school trip!) Rectum and Fishflaps took the map and ramboed back to the campsite. Speedbump and Dormouse kept up a steady pace with the help of their poles, Many photos of the spectacular views from Coombe Door were taken - we still don't know if we were looking at the Isle of Man or Dumfries; but the views of Langdales, Hellvellyn, Skiddaw and Blencathra were superb.

Many hours later we all arrived back at the campsite running and walking, some with 4 legs, some with 3, some with 2 and some on wheels. But a cold pint was definitely in order at the Langstrath before we returned to the campsite and a reviving and most welcome barbecue which lasted all evening - with endless down downs, laughter and high spirits - maybe a bit too much of the latter for some - but it helped us sleep - well, apart from the Addams family whose tent was pitched rather too close to Party Central.

What a stunning valley and glorious weather. We must do it again sometime - I'm sure there were some mountain paths that we didn't cover!

Forever Blowing

Write up by Forever Blowing

18th July 2019 at 1:32pm