Run No. 2017
Date: 17 Apr 2007
Hares: Elaine, Black Beauty and Jane
Our Fairweather hens failed to turn up but the Diehards were there fleet of foot. Hash site looks likeVersace these days, a glam number hanging here and another draped there with a little of Jimmy Choo to boot. A tinkle of rain to whet the anticipation and then a rumble in the jungle, a flash overhead and we were off. Heads were bowed against the rain, hens under the fearless control of Claire the Front Horn and Sarah Clements following as Back Horn.
Hares laid a shortish and a long-with-a-godawful-Up to please all. ‘Though some toed the green and then stayed on the black. I’m told it was green, brown, leafy, wet and even Mulchie slipped a few times. Carol found the first check and Alison T found the last check and came out with the front runners, go you girl! While she caught her breath walking to her changing room and walk-in wardrobe, Alison did remark about someone not doing the last hill if the person could still whistle after the run! The horns got switched, and some hens dodged a few water crossings but I hear, GOOD CALLING this week ….. YIPPEE!!!! All came out tried, tired and well tested in good time.
On On celebrated the naming ceremony of Judy now Survivor, Mandy now Tango and Magi, after a re-count, a re-gig and a re-hash changed from Miss Pink errr no Miss Spain, err no Miss Blain err no Miss Plane, became Espania. Never Wrong reached the special milestone of 50 years of age, Happy Birthday! No change of Keeper of The Hashit, though maybe this week may see a batton change. Signs? Hmmmm. Announcements included “See Kay for details of the next Pula Tigga hash 13th Oct”. Hares provided scrumptious salad rolls and ham (all the way from Singapore), and another great event of hashing was had.
Ghost writer for Magic Roundabout and Magic Roundabout's Apprentice.
Next week: 24 April
Site: No. 13 Spg 462-80 Sg Hanching Baru, Jln Muara
Hares: Magic Roundabout + apprentice