Lune Valley Hash House Harriers

Tuesday 21st September 2021
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R*n 753 location

R*n 753 started from Denny Beck car park, Denny Beck and the On Inn was Greyhound, Halton.

Who ran 753? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Antiseptic - Hare69346415
Cyberseptic - Hare87335422
Baldbrick43484527
Bubbles80363443
Chapped Lips43135
Fiddler on the Hoof128496
First Class Stomp12021
Half Life099
Large Package53944
Late Cummer43135
Lurch68385453
Morticia69385454
Off His Trolley34309343
Postpone It044
Racey Miss01212
Sharp Intake088
Special Delivery12324
Upperskirt42554596
Virgin: Emily (Visitor)022
White Noise30278308
Willy Wonky044

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Wednesday 26th May 2021 at 7:00pm

Full MoonR*n 753 »

Halton - Back to Full Moon Basics!

Despite all the exercise I've done during lockdown, I did spend a lot of the time, as usual, at the back so did not see a lot of things. One person who did not see at least one thing was Morticia who was so busy looking at the ladies standing in the river chatting that she ran straight into one of the bollards on the bridge! Still, Lurch was around to give her a magic rub so she was able to complete the trail - even joining the Rambos after the beer stop I think. Actually I had not expected a beer stop during a Full Moon run but the Hares had decided that we would celebrate getting back to "normal".

Once again the trail led the large pack, which included several new or newish runners and 2 dogs, along footpaths and through parts of Halton which, despite having lived in the area for over 40 years, I never knew existed. We even got to run along paths which are normally underwater when the River Lune is in spate. I understand that we ran past the home of Racey Miss who had a good moan about the amount of flour placed at her gate but, as she was a Rambo, I never heard any of that.

The circle was held on platform 1 of Halton Station. Fortunately no trains have been through there since Beeching wielded his axe so we were able to get on with down downs in safety and we also named Willy Wonky. 

I had been worried that this run was going to be so long that we might be too late for supper at the pub but as it happened the pub kitchen was closed. Still, the evening was balmy and our local Chinese Take-away stays open late so, for me, it proved a lovely way to spend the evening and I even got to see the full moon when I was "putting the cat out" at midnight!

White Noise

Write up by White Noise

28th May 2021 at 3:48pm