Hole-in-one was without her co-hares because Fallen Boobies was recovering from teeth extraction and Dropped Balls was playing a rearranged rugby match. But she promised us a 3.5 mile, shiggy trail around Pennsylvania and Mincinglake Park, 2 regroups (but there were 3), and 1 fishhook (but there were 4 thanks to Spocky interfering with the trail). The sweetie stop (with excellent sour snakes!) was at the playground, with an extraordinarily long slide, which we all enjoyed.
Hares URGENTLY required for 3rd and 24th September
(words by Speedy) Today's hash was in Hele just off the M5. As soon as we pulled up in our car we had found that Tampa had beaten us there and it was more than 20 minutes early. We had a serious disappointment when we found out the pub was not open; Before the hash had even started we had 2 surprises.
In the circle, we were told that it would be 4 to 5-mile trail and with thousands of long short splits. We started by going on a long split where we went over the train line and then back because of HA HA (so funny). Next by going under the M5 bridge where wide receiver decided to childishly shout, this echoed around the tunnel. We then went down to the local woods where we went down what felt like endless uphill paths and long short splits and checks we got to the sweet stop and had already gone 3.5miles (about 5km). When we were at the sweet stop we were greeted by Mo Farrah and Usain Bolt as well as lots of delicious cookies; 5 fo…
I've spent far too long editing the bl**dy photo below, so I'm not got to write many words! But today's trail was a r*n through the crowds of grockles. Starting from the car park, which is apparently known as 'inner' Dawlish Warren, the first hurdle was paying for parking. Who knows their registration number - not Twin Peaks clearly! Our hare was Wide Receiver who told us multiple times that there was a sweetie stop, and that it was 2 and on.
The trail took us up the path behind the 'outer' car park, along the cliff. There was a skateboarder, who according to Speedy is one of the student leaders at Dawlish Community College. Mouthful tried to jump on the back, and obviously frightened him because 2 minutes later he'd fallen off. He seemed to spend far too long on the floor, but got up once Bollards tried to sound sympathetic.
Then a split that confused all the longs, before back across thee railway line o…
Groucho will be putting in an order at the end of September for City of Exeter H3 hash haberdashery.
You can choose your own colour, design and style. Take a look at the catalogue on the Personal Touch website http://personaltouch-emb.co.uk/pt/catalogue.htm. There are no prices on the site - contact Groucho for details (firstname.lastname@example.org) but the information and photoa below give some examples of what we ordered last time.
SS10 Mens T-shirt - £11.00 (clothing) + £3.00 (add name etc) = £14.00
JC002 Performance long sleeved T-shirt - £10.00 + £3.00 = £13.00
SS14 Adult Hoodie - £16.95
SS6B Kids T-shirt - £7.00 + £3.00 = £10.00
SS10 Mens T-shirt - £11.00 + £3.00 = £14.00
JH055 Ladies Full Zip Hoodie - £18.95 + £3.00 = £21.95
JH050 Mens Full Zip Hoodie - £18.95 + £3.00 = £21.95
JH050B - Kids Full Zip Hoodie - £15.75
SS77B Girls T-shirt - £7.00
11970 Boys T-shirt - £7.00
GD05B - Kids T-shirt - £7.00 + £3.00 = £10.00
SS9 Adult Sweatshirt - £14.50
SS27 Adult Polo Shirt - £13.80