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R*n 799 location

R*n 799 started from Village Green, Over Kellet and the On Inn was Eagles Head, Over Kellet.

Who ran 799? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Exhibitionist - Hare33033
Glassy Lady - Hare32730
Chapped Lips95665
Fiddler on the Hoof13104117
First Class Stomp34346
Half Life01616
Large Package87886
Late Cummer95665
Sir Tom Tom66337403
Wears the Soap93645

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Sunday 28th August 2022 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 799 »

Over Kellet - Birthday Bash Hash

A fine late summer morning, two ample village greens, birthday cake at the beer stop and a sociable al fresco lunch promptly served at the pub. What's not to like?

Well, for some perhaps, the allegedly long rambo split round and round Priest Hutton before finally reaching the beer stop at Borwick green, where the wimps were already well into the aforesaid home made cake. This was in honour of Exhibitionist's birthday the previous day which, despite intense interrogation, we were told was somewhere "north of twenty one"! Evidently the hash was just one in a long weekend of celebrations.

 Happy Birthday Exhib.!

We had our first sighting of the late-starting Septics at the beer stop as they cruised in with the rambos. After beer stop resuscitation, Late Cummer was soon back in fine running form for the second half.

The trail took us to New England(!), where both hares were positioned to take portrait photos of passing hashers as we split, in lieu of the absent Hash Flash! Our scenic trail took us beside canal and river, under a railway viaduct and over a packhorse bridge.

Arrival back at O Kellet green in 2 hours was well timed. In the absence of our RA, religious advice was dispensed only for the most heinous offences - none of which I can now bring to mind. After many plaudits to the hares for a great hash, about 13 of us adjourned to the Eagle's Head.

Visitors Long Don Silver and Golden Hole from Nottingham were welcomed.

A late arrival met with some of us as we finished lunch - Half Cock, from Darwen. Having arrived very late and not picked up the trail, she'd spent time at Hest Bank beach before lunching at the Eagle's Head. No doubt we will welcome her on a future occasion.

OnOn to run 800!

Fiddler on the Hoof

Write up by Fiddler on the Hoof

3rd September 2022 at 12:28pm