Lune Valley Hash House Harriers

Monday 10th May 2021
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R*n 751 location

R*n 751 started from Town Hall car park, High Bentham

Who ran 751? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Sir Tom Tom - Hare60311371
Wears the Soap - Hare52025
Baldbrick43482525
Chapped Lips42933
Exhibitionist01111
Fiddler on the Hoof128395
Forever Blowing76396472
Glassy Lady088
Large Package43842
Late Cummer42933
Lurch68383451
Major Twit37236273
Morticia69383452
Off His Trolley34307341
Racey Miss01111
Upperskirt42552594
White Noise30276306

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Sunday 9th May 2021 at 10:30am

DaytimeR*n 751 »

This was our last r*n

High Bentham

As the proud recipient of Anorak of the Year I have to tell you that this was the last prime number r*n on our Prime Hashing T shirt - the end of an era, maybe - but hopefully also the end of hashing in socially distanced groups of 6- let's see what the Road Map says.

This morning was certainly a Prime example of hashing in the White Rose County - or perhaps it shall be renamed the White Flower county after alll the extra Peaks that appeared this weekend - we were promised mountains of flour and volleys of arrows and as usual STT and WTS did not disappoint. 

The usual carpark was unusually empty, apart from the screaming swifts circling ahead, as the 4 Rambos set off at 11.30ish, so many footpaths to chose from in and around Bentham as we know from experience - but I think we went on an un-hashed trail out of the Caravan Park and up onto the moors - rebuilding checks as we went - fortunately the hares had left plenty of spare flour lying around - just in case.

It was good to see groups of fellow hashers up ahead of us and to exchange polite pleasantries as we passed and photos were taken to mark the occasion. Gaining a Lurch who had changed allegiance and passing within touching distance of the Great Stone we were led off to the west and the Wamp and Rimbo split - which Lurch didnt realise until several fields later.

We recognised the area as being part of the Lunesdale Art Trail and reminisced about hashes past and then had a conversation with one of the landowners - it must be difficult to have a footpath going through your garden- we listened to her concerns and previous experiences of not so considerate runners, followed the well marked footpath through her land and hoped that the wimps wouldn't be following us.

Somehow we gained a Morticia and made our sociable way down and back through the lanes and fields regaining the Caravan Park and back up Station Road.

Alas no beer stop, circle or food - but we'd run a happy 11.?km in far more pleasant weather than yesterday morning and even managed to have dry feet.

On On to more Prime Hashing in Cumbria next time - where we can be all together again - fingers crossed

Forever Blowing

Write up by Forever Blowing

about 16 hours ago