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George V playing fields, Exeter - Stix - 12th Aug 2018

Just 11 of us on this week's trail - not very surprising really given the holiday season and the overnight rain.  But we certainly represented the quality of the hash, if not quantity! We welcomed Skylark from London, who had been invited by Sorepoint to the A2B hash yesterday, and joined us today while he was in the county. 
It was my lay, and I'd been out since 9.30 in the rain, but was flummoxed laying the final bit because Mill Road - the lane the follows the river - was closed. So arrived in the car park, looking like a drowned rat, a few minutes after 11.  
I took the trail towards Bridge Road, knowing that since its one-way, no-one would spot the marks on their way in. But I had to be carefully to kick out any marks from Isca's hash the previous Wednesday. The trail went up the dual carriage way then onto the playing fields, while I cut the walkers short.   Back together, we made our way up onto Topsham Road, then into Ludwell Valley park.  We nearly lost Belltoll thr…


Hares needed for 23rd and 30th September please!
Next week (12th) we are hashing from King George V Playing Fields in Countess Wear, Exeter.  Note: We will meet at the car park on Countess Wear Road NOT the one behind the Beefeater. Take School Lane (off Topsham Road) towards the Tally Ho!. 

Blackbury Camp hash - 29 July 2018 - Sorepoint and Paperwork

Words by Tampa...A small turnout for blackbury camp only 10 +1 late comer[woodpeker]. A loop around the hill fort a short bit of road and off into the woods. Down a long way to a stream and up again the other side of the valley. Lots of ups and downs through new territory for most of us. Small pack means lots of sweets. 3 long short splits 4.5 miles a good hash thank you Paperwork and Sorepoint.