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Sunday 14th August 2022
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R*n 773 location

R*n 773 started from Royal Oak Car Park, Hornby and the On Inn was Beech End, Hornby.

Who ran 773? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Exhibitionist - Hare11718
Glassy Lady - Hare11415
Antiseptic70354424
Baldbrick44501545
Bedside Manner1792109
Belle61622
Bubbles81373454
Chapped Lips64248
Cotside Manner73643
Cyberseptic89345434
Darling Buds055
Fiddler on the Hoof1394107
First Class Stomp12829
Forever Blowing79407486
Hard Astern34346
Large Package65460
Late Cummer64248
Major Twit41244285
Minor Twat26241267
Off His Trolley34320354
Racey Miss32225
Ready About34346
Sir Tom Tom62324386
Speedbump26194220
Upperskirt43572615
White Noise30287317
Willy Wonky11314

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On Inn - Beech End, Hornby

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.

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Sunday 12th December 2021 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 773 »

Hornby - 🥧 Mince Pie r*n 🥧

Guilty as charged! For my sins I'm scribe. Memo to self, must remember to find a scribe before run.

A fine mist descended on the pack at arrival. The hounds gathered and were greeted with the hare's instructions, mention of "fairly dry", "not too much shiggy", "it will be like a walk in the park". Ha! (there are no rules in hash, but there is one guarantee, never believe the hare).

Off they set, first check, signs of things to come, nice slippy, steep grassed bank, the path breaking up as each set of feet scrambled up. No fallers at this stage. On across the "dry" fields, to be greeted by massed sheep, all suitably marked for their future births with the yellow blob on the rear.

Past the "poo plant" (any Covid suffers wouldn't have noticed anything strange here). Then onto the "dry" lane, first faller, Darling Buds took a tumble, flattened a nice patch for me to step on, thanks. On to the split, feeling suitably refreshed from trudging through the mud I elected the rambo trail. Meet another nice steep, slippy grassed slope and onto the road ahead. Unfortunately poor old flour was starting to fade, the weather taking its toll. The FRBs by this stage had the scent and were well ahead, the lesser rambos had a bit of trouble confirming their direction, but eventually back on trail and across a number of "dry" fields and eventually arriving at the beer stop, FRBs and wimps having already departed. Thank you to Baldbrick for supplying well stocked buckets, Club biscuits indeed!!

Quick refill and off again. Climbing out of Wray and back into the fields to be greeted at this point by a number of FRBs who had found the fish-hook (some hadn't, obviously had poor eye sight and were suitably punished at the circle). Poor Darling Buds took her second fall, getting matching patches. As a final gesture from the Hares they managed to find the best "dry" field, lucky to keep your runners on if they weren't well fixed! Having eventually found some solid tarmac it was back to the start and a chance to find a few puddles to wash the feet.

Hard Astern and Ready About presented the hash with the official christening chalice and Darling Buds was formally christened. Cotside manner was now classified as a new FRB, given her youth she will be in the front for a long time. Others sinners were called in a suitably punished and then it was on across the road to the Hares' residence for warming soup, mince pies, mulled wins, cake etc.

Thank you to the Hares, excellent virgin trail. 

We decamped to power hose my trainers and remove the "dry" shiggy which I had collected on route

Late Cummer (current GM for his sins).

Late Cummer

Write up by Late Cummer

14th December 2021 at 5:35pm