City Of Exeter Hash House Harriers
We run on a Sunday morning at 11am, within ~15 miles of Exeter. All abilities are welcome. Click this link for more info about us and hashing in general.
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Sunday, May 28
#1106 Kingskerwell - Hotlips - 28 May 2023
Sunday, May 21
#1105 Uphams, Woodbury Common - Tampa - 21 May 2023
Sunday, May 7
#1103 Chudleigh - Wide - 7 May 2023
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Words by Speedy:
This week we had a lovely trail laid by Wide Receiver, who is a fan of classic cars and a friend of the planet. He picked Chudleigh car park near the police station as our meeting point. We welcomed back Chardonnay, who was feeling festive after the coronation and sported a union flag and a union jack hat. It was also nice to see Woodpecker again after his break. Spocky was moaning that his hare of the year t-shirt from 2012 was torn and that he should have won trail of the year this year. Maybe he should stop whining and start running!
The trail took us up to the castle and gave us plenty of options for longs and shorts. Some of us admired the scenery while others pushed themselves to run faster. The down downs went to Speedy for making a pit stop at the co-op for some munchies, Paperwork for being too clever at finding the checks (he must have cheated), Stix for being clueless with the parking machine, and Bucks Fizz for slipping in a muddy puddle. We also congratulated Coffin’s youngest, who had her birthday recently.
It was a fun and friendly trail, thanks to Wide Receiver and everyone who joined. On on!
Next week’s trail is from Four Firs car park on Woodbury Common, laid by Chardonnay. Don’t miss it!