Wednesday, 18 December 2013
Tuesday, 17 December 2013
DEVON A2B HASH HOUSE
HARRIERS – WORDS FOR 7th DECEMBER 2013
Point A: Malborough
Village Car Park (South Hams Car Crime Capital)
Point B: Victoria
Hares: Meavy Maid
& Cow Pat
Attendees: circa 25 (including a significant South Hams
H3 turn-out – well done)
I turned up at the village hall car park in Marlborough to
find only Ivy-F and Paraprick there, but sure enough everybody soon started to arrive
in typical hash fashion (Last minute) And as always Man- pig was late! It was
so cold waiting around in the car park that Tierd Bunny proceeded to pick up
the nearest dog and started hugging it in a desperate attempt at trying to keep
warm! Obviously not a tough northerner like me.
Paperwork turned up with his wife( sorry can’t remember her hash name)
and proceed to sort stuff out in the boot of his car for the hash and then
proceeded to slam the boot of the car shut, only to find out that the keys were
now locked in the car. A young girl came to the rescue with a wire coat hanger
and we wedged the top of the door open and all pretty much had a go at breaking
into their car without much success! (we would not make very good car
thieves! Eventually after a fair bit of
struggling Paperwork managed to get in an retrieve the keys. Then we were off and on to the first check
almost right away, the correct route was soon found. A few checks in though the
story was not the same as the hair Meavy Maid seemed to be a little confused
and was unsure of which was the correct route to take. This seemed to be a bit
of a theme for the rest of the hash. We eventually reached the first beer stop
which was epic! Larks Vomit had done a great job, with all sorts of goodies on
offer from coffee, energy drinks and beer of course to all manner of snacks! We
were soon off again and came to another long short split. I took the short, but
I soon ended up joining the longs again as Cow Pat had no idea which way the
short was meant to go. We eventually ended up at South Sands for a second
regroup/beer stop and refuelled some more then we were off again heading back
out towards the main road. A few more miles and we eventually reached the end
of another epic A2B hash at the Victoria
Inn in Salcombe. The Jerk did an excellent job as R.A and down downs were
awarded to the Hairs and erm… a few other people whom I have forgotten (Gymslip
for a dodgy 70’s porn star moustache a la Peter Wingard style and also to
Sore-Point & Paperwork for locking both
sets of keys in their car!). The shorts were about 10.5 miles and the Longs
were about 12.5.
On-on to the next A2B.
Friday, 29 November 2013
Thursday, 28 November 2013
Cow Pat and MeavyMaid are the hares and have recommended taking torches as the days are getting shorter and the night draws in by mid afternoon at this time of year. Either that or it's a blinkin' long trail.
Gentlemen DO NOT SHAVE your Movember's off as Man-Pig wants to see whose is the most impressive - you may even get a down down who knows?
Thursday, 24 October 2013
Saturday, 5 October 2013
Friday, 4 October 2013
Monday, 2 September 2013
Tuesday, 20 August 2013
Saturday 7th September
Stoke Fleming, nr Dartmouth. SX863485 Hares Shortie and Bigfoot
Monday, 29 July 2013
Monday, 22 July 2013
Friday, 28 June 2013
Point A for the July 2013 Devon A2B trail will be:
East Devon District Council Offices,
The Knowle, Station Road, Sidmouth, EX10 8HL
Sunday, 2 June 2013
Friday, 31 May 2013
Thursday, 30 May 2013
Friday, 24 May 2013
Come Tonight – after looking after their car/van keys all day at the end of the day she gave them to GHR and promptly forgot this. She then spends an agonising hour with the hash taxi driving to campsite/pub/cars to try and find them.
Next A-B Cornworthy
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
12.30 meet in car park at Conitor House
Denbury Road is off the Totnes Road close to Ogwell roundabout.
Coming from Newton go over the roundabout and turn right just 20 yards AFTER the roundabout.
Coming from Totnes easiest to go around the roundabout and back on yourself to turn right as it is a very steep left hand turn.