SITE: SPG 355-86 KG TUNGKU
HARES: TRAILBLAZER/NEVER WRONG/JESSIE/CHI
Duchess coming out of the jungle out of the jungle
Trailblazer, Never Wrong, Chi & Jessie set a run that as one Hen declared “Knew it was you Trailblazer as soon as all the mud started!” Out in the moonscape of the back of Mata Mata and Rimba where sadly the landmark, The Big Chook has been removed, the hens took off. Still, it’s a good site for the walkie talkies and the “Orthopaedic Hobblers” including moi. A few hills, some bracken and some slippy sliding, with some dry fast track to challenge the hashers - a quick one for the front runners who were in and out in good time. Rain stayed away which was a thank-you to the heavens. The next challenge was to find the On-On which, with great directions, was easily found.Hares
Sadly we again had to say our goodbyes, this time to Sticky Rice, Hilary, and Zur. Sticky Rice hankering for The Green Isle but getting Old Blighty, Hilary on her way to Middle East and Zur for a well deserved holiday. Jessie and Sticky Rice were up again to get their 50 and 150 run awards respectively. Then Jessie AGAIN to be named Riper, Hilary as Lady on Loan (LOL) and Zur got the moniker of Whodini much later in the evening post shoutup.
Zur getting her hash handle... "Who Dini"
Hashit was collectively taken by naughty hens who knelt, squatted or dipped to willingly take the water – thank you JMs for the CHILLED water.
Great tucker again – curry home made by Chi and bagels (by Jessie) to mop up the sauce together with rice with salad. We are so spoilt on the ladies hash.
This week’s at run DST. Hens and of course New Zealanders, here’s your chance to catch those pesky possums. A good walk for everyone.
NEXT RUN: DST