RUN NO. 2382
DATE: 15 APR 2014
SITE: SPG 339 SUBOK
HARES: WONDERWOMAN/DR DOOLITTLE/STICKY RICE/ALZBETA
A well known kiwi saying is "she'll be right". That seems appropriate as I was not expecting to do the run report and find my self army volunteered.
A popular kiwi institution is the committee. If you want to do something and you are not sure how to go about it, set up a committee. Therefore this run report will be written by committee. It was a new site at Subok for most of us. We parked our cars along the road with the more daring actually venturing into a large, somewhat rough looking paddock to park our vehicles. (Note again the Australasian influence on the words with the nomenclature "paddock".)
The entrance was flattish and led past a beautiful pool which aroused much admiration from passing hashers. Well done to Cheryl and Alison for finding first check and their call of "On On comma On paper"! It wasn't long before the climb commenced and it was up, up and up some more -- Definitely not for the faint of heart but on behalf of the gluteus maximus of each and every hasher there that day, I would like to say thank you hares. I am sure those muscles were visibly tighter the next day.
We meandered along ridges and just as one hasher was heard to anxiously ask, "Do you think it is an a to b?" we headed on down.
The final part of the run was very different also and it was most interesting to see Subok behind the scenes as we walked parallel to the main road. Thank you hares. A great and memorable run and 5 km on my phone. I prefer to use that measurement than my companions 4.8. km. Like fishing, hash results are always to be exaggerated in the retelling. Potties were given to Pee Wee for 250 runs and Hash Hound for 100 runs. Congratulations ladies!! Chit chat was welcomed back on a visit. Lovely dinner with an abundance of potatoes and other goodies. Delicious. Thanks again hares.
Next weeks run, Sleazy Gardens, don't forget your chairs.
HARES: Legally Blonde/Squeak/Twinkle Toes & friends