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Kenton - Stix and Rocky - 18th April 2021

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Words by Speedy... Today's run number was 994. It was a lovely sunny day in South Devon. As we arrived at the car park we noticed there was a police officer there we thought we had done something wrong but then we remembered Spocky was coming. Turned out that the police man was a hasher, Chardonnay doing his morning patrol. Definitely raised a few eyebrows amongst the locals when he put his sirens on!! Today we had the normal pack but we were also joined by Bull Bait, Stingray and Splat for the first time in a year. We had a quick run through Kenton village centre before we went up the hill and came to longshort split. The long did a quick loop and came back just before the starting car park. We were warned that it was going to be hilly trail but I didn't think it was going to be this hilly! In the end I was so tired I just had to walk up the hill the good thing about going up hills you eventually get to go downhill which is easy. We then ran to a field full of oilseed rape whi

This weekend's hash

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Tomorrow's hash is from The Triangle, Kenton, Exeter EX6 8LS, UK ( map ) and unless yesterday's vaccine hits me hard, I'll be laying the trail (it's my birthday!). There is now no need to register - we will record participants before the event. However if this is your first hash since we restarted hashing after Lockdown 1, you are asked to provide contact details for NHS tracking: please complete the form here - https://tiny.cc/HashReg. Please ensure that you have read our C19 guidelines, risk assessment and delivery plan https://tiny.cc/CoEH3

Joney's Cross, Woodbury Common - Spockeeeeeez-a-good - 11th April 2021

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Hello this week it's me speedy writing the words and I'm not actually writing this week I am dictating them using a microphone. So today's run was laid by Spacky at the Joni's cross car park on Woodbury common it was run number 993 which is one more than last week which is 992. Today we were treated by the arrival of Twin Peaks and Mad Max who are practically virgins now due to lockdown. We started in the circle where I asked how long the trail was to which spacky replied an longer than you did last week [he was obviously referencing the fact that I got lost last week] today's was a relatively busy hash with 29 different hashers turning up so the biggest numbers we've had in a while but then it is typically quite busy at this time of year. The trial started with a quick loop followed by a long short split. After loopy start we eventually got two a very interesting bridge which some people struggled to cross because it's very narrow don't personally blam

Hash Registration

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From 18th April, we are no longer asking you to register for every hash.  We have two systems in place that have in recent weeks been used in parallel with the online form to record those participating.  These is the register - taken each week, and the 'hash flash'/photograph.   We also believe that that general Governmental Guidance not to leave home if you have an C19 symptoms is now well understood and everyone is aware to self-assess their own situation. The online registration has always been voluntary and has not provided a complete record - but we believe that the two methods above will provide a more accurate record.   You will be asked to provide your contact details once for NHS Track and Trace - although if the details you provided have not changed since a previous registration, then there is no need to do that again. However if there are significant changes to the Risk Assessment, Delivery Plan or Hash Guidance documents, you may be asked to repeat this process. Pro

Updated City of Exeter H3 hash diary

The hash diary has been updated: Apr 11, 2021 11:00AM City of Exeter Hash, Joneys Cross, Woodbury See http://cityofexeterh3.org.uk/p/hash-diary.html for full details On On City of Exeter H3

Updated City of Exeter H3 hash diary

The hash diary has been updated: Apr 18, 2021 11:00AM City of Exeter Hash, Kenton Village Car Park See http://cityofexeterh3.org.uk/p/hash-diary.html for full details On On City of Exeter H3

Hash Day!

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Hash day! Joneys Cross, Woodbury Common. Don't forget to register and do your C19 declaration. https://tiny.cc/HashReg

Haldon (Route 5) - Wide and Tight - 4 April 2021

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Second trail of the year!! Great to be back, and wow... how everyone had aged. Beards have really grown bushy, especially the harriettes. But Spocky's was something else, a hybrid between Ant Middleton (aka Boots) and Hagrid. We had a pack of 22 and all bursting to get back into 'elite' hashing (not!). We were promised a 5 mile trail with an Easter Egg hunt (Covid safe) at the regroup. Being Wide's trail, it was never going to be dull. Why use paths when there are thorny, boggy, slippery, steep alternatives? Soon we found ourselves scrambling to the bottom of a valley, along the stream and up the other side. Itzy did a superb job of finding the marks putting us more mature hashers to shame. By this point, Speedy had been too speedy and had missed the check back and found himself doing fish hooks alone in the wrong direction! Never to be seen (on trail) again. Meanwhile the rest of the pack were making their way towards the Easter egg hunt. The FRBs were well ahead, the

City of Exeter H3 returns this weekend

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City of Exeter H3 are back hashing on Easter Sunday 4th April - so start getting eggcited!  The trail will be from Route 5 on Haldon Hill (A38) Map - https://goo.gl/maps/Jq3pmWEm8MuQrBQ19 YOU SHOULD REGISTER AND UNDERTAKE A C19 SELF DECLARATION IN ADVANCE https://tiny.cc/HashReg