Chip Advisor


Date : 01/02/11
Hare : Coxy
Scribe : Keyboard Ken
Hounds : dunno     Dogs : 0
Recorded distance : 0.00 km
Recorded time : 0.00 min
Uphillness : 0.00 ft

In a break with tradition, and in deed of the laws of Physics and Causality, this runs report was submitted several days before the run took place.

Here’s next wee'ks hash report.

Knowing how busy I’ll be next week with little time to write a hash report I’m Wondering if , armed with a few salient facts and OS map explorer172 it might be possible to concoct an advanced (ie before it happens) hash report, so here goes. All you have to do dear reader is insert the most appropriate multiple choice alternative.

Arriving at the Dewdrop Inn I was (pleased, sad) to see that (many, few) had made it to this backwoods location, most having negotiated the tiny lanes to arrive in good time to hear Nick our hare set out the hashing rules for the evening. With Gerrys included google earth map proving particularly useful to those arriving by helicopter.

Screeching into the car park at the last minute and slotting neatly into the last two remaining parking places, using the traditional and time honored handbrake turn method came Helen and Jo swiftly followed by Ade (no needfor alternative choices here as these three are always late).

Trying to work out on the map where Nick might take us next is fraught with unknowns so please forgive the abundance of choices. Note: only one will actually be correct if any.

Next we ran (up, down, around) the (hill, field, wood) where (Matt, Kevin, some new bloke) did a (small, medium, large) latte, oops sorry! Moose.

I’m getting the feeling this isn’t working too well, but too late to stop now.

Several(on backs, stiles, hours) later we emerged onto a road and everybody (re-grouped, moaned about the mud, cursed the hare) on we ran.

I’ve left a 3 line space here that you can fill in yourself, in case any interesting, notable, un-predictable or rare event should occur, eg, Kerry doing an on back etc.

Eventually we arrived back at the Dewdrop Inn with the Shorts coming in just ahead, having got lost; again a weekly occurrence, no choices required.

There was a (warm, hostile) reception at the pub with (lovely chips, chocolate cake, no chips, no beer) it’s anybody’s guess. A great hash Nick. I think!
N.B:  In a survey 86% of 34 hashers (yes that’s 29.24 hashers) think that writing a hash report in advance is not a good idea!

N.N.B.  For persons mentioned in this report any resemblance to anyone living or dead is purely co-incidental.