What Happened Monday
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We met in Tranby House car park Maylands. A number of inundated hashmen assembled for the second get together after the Wuhan Flu Suspension. It rained, quite a lot actually, but not to be daunted we set off, however we were inundated.
Once again we split into two groups, one who classed themselves as runners and others who rightly called themselves walkers. After a general idea of where we were going, Moses led the runners off. The walkers, headed off along the river towards Garret Road Bridge, when out of the dark behind them, came a black clad figure calling On On as he passed through the pack. It was dark, he was dressed in black, “Who the fuck was that? Must be a hashman.” It was Soft Top who made it this week after missing last week’s because his soft top also had a soft bottom with a flat tyre. We continued onto Garret Road, returning through Maylands.
Social distancing was practised perfectly again and Rumpole had the bucket under a suitable light, so hashmen approached individually to get their ration.
It worked very well, with everyone respecting the rules.
However, we do need to split into three groups; Fast Runners, Mid Runners and Walkers.
The Virtual Hash continued as well with Bushie driving it with virtual help from Gumby. Well Done!
INTERIM HASH ON MONDAY NIGHTS
We are expecting the imminent release of new relaxations of the Covid19 lockdown, which we anticipate may allow us to re-commence “normal” hash runs, starting 2 June. Probably, food will have to be take away package food service rather than normal pots, queuing etc for some time yet.
We have now had two weeks where we have had a small group of runners and walkers meeting for a run/walk and a beer and this has worked pretty well. The plan is to offer the same for the remaining Mondays in May to exercise together maintaining social distancing.
Nothing is perfect in this world but for both weeks we have had some hashers turn up and there were no audible complaints.
Monday 11th, we will gather at “la seconda casa di Lasagna” Sheldrake Reserve, where Nanny will act as live hare for a ±6km run.
If you plan to arrive, please give us the nod so that we can ensure there is enough beer.