Run 2548 – Stewie and Dave the Pom
This was a joint run with West Coast H3, who had a full turn out.
Q and Seagull arrived in style in Q’s Jaguar. Our Hash Cash (Jerrycan) drives a Jaguar – is there a message here?
The run was scheduled to start at 6.15 pm and from 6.00 onwards the call went out ‘what time does a 6 o’clock run start?’ – the answer was obviously 6.15!
There were a number of visitors:-
• Skippy from Hills Hash
• Dave the Pom from Hills Hash
• Cods – from Townsville H3 (previously Perth Hash)
• Jaapie (past PH3 member)
We set off with Stewie telling us the trail was set with chalk and flour. The trail was well set with plenty of false trails and checks. Franger from WCH3 kept the pack on a fast pace and the false trails struggled to keep the pack together. Franger claimed to run more than 8km compared to your scribes 6.2 km in 54:25 minutes (approximately). The trail was mainly in bush which suited the season (supposedly the end of spring). The breeze was rather cold though in the fading sunlight.
The pack came in well before the walkers. Emu brought out the chips before the walkers came in but being the gentlemen’s hash we are there were still plenty of chips saved for the walkers. Just a reminder that when Birdman is On Sec there will be no chips and short circles.
The gas heater was fired up for added comfort for the members. It was appreciated for those who gathered around it.
Horse called for the members to form a circle but The Mole was more interested in forming a square (made up of an L and a 7). He didn’t gain much traction with that proposal.
Elbows was called up for new shoes and attempted to drink out of a plastic cup placed in his shoe. He relented and poured the beer in his shoe and then drank his down down.Mastitis and Chunda were given a down-down for cooking the meal for last week’s run – well done!
Visitors where called up for their down-downs and Franger was included for being a FRB.
Horse read out some Perth Hash legal business and there was a show of hands and the motion was passed (what ever it was).
Horses weekly joke was well received as possibly the best one this year.
Emu took the stand and was telling a story about Burke Street when your scribe inadvertently added to the story by referring to the street as Burka Street thus ensuring he was awarded a down-down.
Stewie went to the extra effort to hang solar powered lights over the food serving table and this had him at an advantage over other hares for the score for the run. He was awarded 8/10 points on the RA scale.
The food was chicken casserole and was quickly consumed by the hashers. A big thanks to Stewie in handing over clean pots even though he used them to prepare the meal.
It was good to see our dog owners took note of the all dogs must be on a leash sign. We should hang such a sign on our Hash Bus!
A great run, great company, great food and great beer.
Wouldn’t be dead for quids.