2391 JACK RUSSELL and Nanny

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails.  THr run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Plecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next feww weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plated for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrod

#2391   Jack Russell and Nanny at Britannia Road Reserve

 

Good location used many times before.  Plenty of parking, light and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge – not too hot, not too cold, just right.

The Run: 

Shape on the map looked ok.  Loop, then over the freeway and down between Lake Monger and the freeway dodging rush hour cyclists. Then meandering through Leederville and back over the freeway.  Up the side of the freeway and then another loop however many runners would have been tempted to short cut home through the park. Main complaints were the usual – not enough false trails and sometimes a bit booring.  The run got extra points as FT was the last of the runners to come in.

Bushie, Almost and Lasagna did come in considerably later as they were drinking at J B O’Reilly’s.

The Circle:

Started with a chorus of “12 weeks to go!”

Visitors were John, Jack, Michael, Angel, Phranger (#2) and Cods.

Returnees were G String, Almost, Ringburner, Cans & Ramrod? Seagull must have missed me as I was only away for one week.

Xmas got a down down for being on the phone (he actually knows how to use it at last) and for Patricia emailing Seagull to find out which days he goes to hash – has he been playing up?

Jaapie put on a birthday carton – he must look old as Seagull confused him with Top Hat who is recovering in hospital.

Haggis for being the first to pay his subs for next year – must have been a discount for paying early.

Antman for not knowing if he was coming or going

Hash Got Talent:  Action read a poem by his father entitled The Frog in the Bog to an appreciative audience who actually listened quietly – that is a Hash first.  Deserves a prize for that.

R.A.  Nanny called on Polecat for marriage guidance (Why? Obviously I can’t read my notes)  The missing bell turned up from Almost who had been trying to sell it (unsuccessfully).  Tried to present it to Rumpole who got wounded in action however he won’t be around for the next few weeks.  Called out the 2 Phrangers but decided they looked used.  So awarded it to Jack Russell.  The run got a 9.75 probably to him being the co-hare.

Food was hamburgers with trimmings.  Thought they tasted fine.

Best thing was hardly any plates for me to wash.

All in all a great night.

On On

Ramrodv

2390 PH RANGER and SHYLOCK at the Station


Last Week's Run

It was a good location selected by PHRANGER and SHERLOCK for their run in Mount Lawley, there was plenty of parking even if it was a PTA car park and the security came to break the party up at the end! The lights came on just as it got dark and the weather was fantastic, so no shelter required. The trail kept the pack reasonably well together with some good use of false trails and checks. About 7.5km (as determined by the Seagull-o-meter) for those that did the whole thing, a few less for the short-cutters. BONER got back to the bucket and said he enjoyed the run but he said it wasn't for him to score it, he would let the masses decide. So the greatest 'masses' present; DICK TRACEY, PHANTOM and FAGS came up with a resounding 7.8
Without a NANNY (ironic since we were at a child care center) the circle commenced with a minute's silence to remember those who had lost their lives in the recent Paris terrorist attacks. Whilst I still had a little quiet from the crowd, CONMAN gave us an update on TOPHAT's condition. The silence didn't remain but numerous down-downs were handed out including; our visitor Mike for walking into the Hon-Sec, TRIPLE-J with his new shirt, this time with spelled correctly, ANTMAN and DEEPLY BORING for dog misdemeanors involving urine, the Hon-Secs car and the bucket, BIRDMAN for not getting any attention from his wife because she has spent 1000 hours painting birds and RIMMER for leaving his hat at the Curry Lunch. Those who went to Rotto kept rather quiet about the events of the weekend, although someone had seemingly moved TRIPLE J's cabin and BONER won the golf as it seems he would rather spend a day on the golf course with a Hammersley Hasher than a night with his wife on their wedding anniversary!
The evening wrapped up with very tasty boerewors with salad in rolls.
A great night, thanks guys!

From Seagull ,waiting report from Jack Russell

2388 DEEPLY tries to recruit

Run 2388  DEEPLY BORING

 

Is a run in Swanbourne around the SAS village deeply boring because nobody got shot or even arrested?

Apparently not.

Coz I’m not a runna (or even a walka on the night) I gotta rely on my spies for the down lows.

They reckon it woz alrite. Plenny of chalk, plenny of mistrails and not 2 bloody far.

Musta been OK coz nilly everybody come back from the rite direction and not 2 far apart.

The venue woz good but more fuckin dogs than at a convention for fat birds.

Nanny give us LOL by goin tit over arse and Polecat red us a luverly poem bout some bloke who wanted to join Perth Hash but kept jumpin the tucker queue.

The circle had more down downs than a nite at a campcamp. It went on so bluddy long the  hot curry lost  its mojo and turned into a mild curry. And bluddy good it woz 2. No wunda the poor bastards in Laos are starving. We 8 their rice supply for next year. Wot wiv Pappa Dons, chutney mango, sour cream stuff and aubergine mash Deeply Boring is goin for food tart of the year. Thanks for burnin shit out of the pots.   Wot appened to them diffusers we had?

As you’d expect from 2 experienced Hashmen it woz a well set run and very deserving of Run of the Week honours.

PH Ranger

Pity Deeply was let down by lack of promised support from his Rugby Club      Just one young bloke ,who drinks bugger all

 

2388 JAAPIE our leader and GDAD

2388 Monday, 2nd November 2015

Jaapie and Grandad at Bruce Lee Oval, Beaconsfield.

Runners started arriving early at Bruce Lee oval greeted by the sight of much rubbish on the edges of the oval’s parking area of this salubrious neighbourhood, but soon more than 40  runners were present as well as a heavy police presence (did somebody tip them off?)

The run started well with walkers going through false trails to keep up with runners. Canine-o-phobe, Mole, was seen walking up to the entrance to Booyeembara Park, on trail by mistake, until he spied Muddy and an opportunity to chastise him with “ger-outa-the-way!!” which spurred him on into a nice bush path through the park, with Muddy in hot pursuit, none the worse wear. On up the hill through bush, Lasagne was chatting as usual but ran at least half the way up to the golf links. A sharp U-turn took runners through an unofficial path alongside the links and up to a summit with a great view looking west into the sunset over Fremantle. This was followed by a treacherously steep decline during which Jack Russell almost became vertically challenged while distracted by a pretty lady passing by. We ran past a skate park next to Perth Security Services (seems to be a lot of that in this area!) past a power station then west along Steven Street. Several checks and false trails later, we turned south past Jehovah Witness “Kingdom Hall – Almost heaven”, West Virginia, mountain mama, Shenandoa River, etc., finally back to Bruce Lee Oval, which used to be a camp for Japanese Australian internees during WW2, and then Home at the car park on the south side of this well-used but rather “rubbishy” recreational area.

During drinks before the circle, I was informed that the young Debbie, lives just across the road but failed to show, which raises the question of what, exactly, was hot enough to distract her? Informal discussion continued about Tripple-J not being strictly on trail (I can actually refute this as I was walking home with him, and he refused to take a short cut with information from my GPS). But it was reliably established that Mole was sometimes on trail by mistake. Sir Knob reputedly spied a wallaby or Joey in someone’s yard and got a hard on for unknown reasons.

Fags put on a carton of beer to celebrate turning 71 and while still being compus mentus. Gumby serenaded us with more than one dirty ditty, which was rudely interrupted by a boring hasher concerned about “circle time”, but which did not deter Gumby from encouraging all present to allow their “bollocks” to “dangle in the dust”, again, for reasons unknown. Boner then did the “Hash Got Talent” with hippy hair and guitar, and a blues “song” with refrain: “Bad to the Boner…” something. Then a local family including Mum, Dad and babes in arms turned up, no doubt attracted by Boner’s blues lament, and thinking they were attending an anti-fracking demo, and baby’s cries upstaged Seagull’s joke (something or somebody always does – poor Seagull!)…but they didn’t stay long…when the language turned “blue” Mum had had enough…thinking this was pretty bad show for a “Greenies Gathering”!

Nanny took the floor to appraise hares and run, making much of the flashing lights special effects and called for volunteers to check out potential RBT’s before the rest of us attempted to turn home with beer-bated breath. Again, Debbie got a mention as the suggested reason why the constabulary’s presence was so profound, on this particular night.

Mumbles was called into the circle on account of the All Blacks rugby world cup wrap-up, shamelessly waving his fern decorated All Black cap, and baying to the hounds in his feeble falsetto. Nanny conceded defeat regarding their bet on the rugby final and presented Mumbles with the agreed bottle of Drambuie (the size of said bottle was never defined so poor Mumbles had to make do with a miniature!!)

Nanny closed his run assessment with a comment about Haggis being seen almost leading the pack at one stage, which resulted in speculation that he might be on drugs. And to add further insult, Gumby suggested that if it wasn’t for his mother he would be a spot of cum, which led Gumby into another tuneful refrain, which, sadly his brother hashers had no time for, as they then smelt food…

The run was scored a low 6.7, which this author thinks a bit unfair, but undeterred, Gumby and Bush Ranger continued to sing a 7 day hash happy song while the rest of us lined up for grub, which turned out to be very good (a Jaapie concoction), even though only soup and bread.

On-on

Deeply Boring