Lune Valley Hash House Harriers

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R*n 748 location

R*n 748 started from The Cross, Littledale

Who ran 748? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Upperskirt - Hare42549591
Bedside Manner178299
Bone Idle22628
Chapped Lips32730
Cotside Manner72734
Fiddler on the Hoof118192
First Class Stomp11516
Forever Blowing76393469
Hard Astern22830
Large Package43539
Late Cummer32730
Major Twit37233270
Minor Twat25230255
Racey Miss088
Ready About22830
Second Fiddle066
Sir Tom Tom58311369
Thunder Dick2279101
Wears the Soap41923

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Sunday 11th April 2021 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 748 »


Cotside Manner was interviewed about her memories of r*n 748…..

There was some snow, and some sun.

At the start we met a few Rambos waiting for Bubbles. Large Package had already had a hash-crash before the r*n had even started! BM commented that we’d brought TD’s car, which didn’t have the medical kit in. LP insisted that it was ‘merely a flesh wound’ and that he’d be okay.

The track that we started on, went up a bit; and then there was a massive downhill. At the crossroads a yellow Morgan car came past us with a dog in the back. It looked really cool.

A group of Rambos including Lurch and Large Package then passed us, and we followed them for a bit from a distance. They showed us the way, until they got lost.

A sheep followed us for bit. TD told it to ‘go away and bog off’, which it promptly did.

We passed some noisy hashers (STT and BB) with a horn near a nice house. We heard them a long time before we saw them.

There was a nice bit by a stream and then we went up, and up and up and up and up again.

We saw the Rambos again from a distance looking even more lost. We found some flour but we didn’t find a Highland Cow or a Trig Point.

After that it was downhill most of the way!

On the way home in the car we passed Lurch who was r*nning because he didn’t think the r*n was long enough. Or was he still lost?”

TD, BM & CM all say thank-you to the hare for a really scenic r*n.

Cotside Manner

Write up by Cotside Manner

16th April 2021 at 6:37pm