Showing posts from April, 2012

Autumn Gathering Hash Weekend 2012

Autumn Gathering Hash Weekend 2012 will be going to YHA Okehampton The date will be Friday 5th to Sunday 7th of October The weekend will consist of: FRIDAY Arrive any time after 4pm Hash: 7pm Again this will be down to Groucho and hopefully we wont get lost!!                 Back for showers etc................                    Dinner :Buffet (we will need everyone to bring something along bought or homemade.)                                    Then it's                               SPOCKY TIME!!                            (Fun and Games)    For those who have been before then you know what to expect!!! I have plenty of footage from last years event for the observation round! (Thanks mainly to Boots in Puss)                          SATURDAY Breakfast :(supplied) Mid Morning: Orienteering 12pm :Lunch(supplied) 2pm Hash to Local pub 5pm Back for showers 7pm Dinner theme:Curry!! Again we will need e

London Marathon

Well done to Radiohead who took part in the London Marathon at the weekend. Completing the 26.2 miles in 3hrs 14 mins and 15 secs. Not bad for his age ;-)

8th April - Easter Bunny Trail, Four Firs CP - Tampa

The Easter Bunny had arrived at Four Firs in the bunny shape of Tampa armed with eggs of course as well as a variety of other goodies.Tampa the Bunny was today's hare or was it rabbit, confusing isn't it? I was a little surprised not to be running from the Warren ! Over thirty-five turned up for the eggcitement, and what a splendid pack they made, they were indeed an eager bunch which is rather unusual perhaps it was the eggs etc that had this strange effect on them. Soon we were off with our acting sheriff Oddbitz soon writing names down for fines within the first five minutes. FF was seen to disappear at a rate of knots vanishing over the horizon and on to the first long, he loves going long so the rumours say, anyway he reappeared about 20 minutes later having traversed the hilly route with sweat leaking from his body. Also taking the same route was Woodpecker, the elder statesman of hashing, who rejoined the throng a further 10 minutes behind FF. I should add that Mr Wood