Showing posts from February, 2017

Teignmouth - Bollards and Stix - 26th February 2017

I learned an important lesson when laying today’s trail:  Don’t attempt to run with a backpack on containing a bag and a half of flour and a bottle of water.  All was well until I stopped to refill my flour bottle at which point I found a pastey mess inside my bag.  Thereafter, the flour that I put into my marking bottle was slightly damp and clogging the nozzle – not ideal.

Haldon Belvedere - Wide Receiver - 19th February 2017

A large pack turned out for this week's Hash which proved to be a problem at the Haldon Belvedere Layby.  It was car Tetris as more and more hashers arrived and normal people left.  

Knowles Wood - Sorepoint and Paperwork - 12th February 2017

Definitely a cold one, with a little snow on the ground. I left home with three layers, but hashed with four, and great number of woolly hats were on display, including Child Catcher's birthday present from Bollards: it seemed most appreciated on a day like today.

Newton Poppleford - Strapo and Swampy - 5th February 2017

Strapo and Swampy were today's hares, who arrived at the venue after most of the pack had appeared. Due to other equally interesting things going on our numbers were down, the pack consisted of some 18 athletic looking people.  Woodpecker and Boots in Puss wore shorts showing no signs of heat fatigue in the icy cold east wind.