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Est 1983 - ON PRES: Robin Low

RunDateHare(s)DescriptionMapRef1:500001:250001:10000 Aerial
6572009-04-12Pancsi & Hairbrush. Easter SundayAmbersham Common X Roads SU910190

A bright cool Easter Sunday attracted a large pack (relative to recent turnouts) to the familiar crossroads. Some newbies but I did not catch all the names, Claire, Mark ?, and two young pups Thomas and James, together with a host of welcome backs.
Mussolini made it on time and was able to listen to the usual lies from the hares. Hairbrush gave us his rendition of the rules presumably because of the number of fresh faces, and added that there would be some four dot falsies with red string nearby to collect.

Off we went finding the trail north east up the hill and into the undulating terrain surrounding the disused pit. Here we came to a halt because no one fancied looking for flour down the steep eastern slope until Old Faithful took the plunge, found trail and we all followed, making our way over to the area just north of Hoyle Hanger and the inevitable climb back up.
Thomas and James seemed to have installed those batteries that keep the little bunnies clapping away as they scampered around relentlessly looking for four dots.
We were then treated to a series of easy checks that took us east and then north to a regroup on Ambersham common.
After a bit of a chat more easy checks (perhaps the size of the pack was making the job of finding the trail easier than usual) took us to the other side of the common, across New Road and down the path towards Little London, disturbing some happy campers en route.
Here we did get stuck with checking in all directions and some short cutting by Flash and Panda when a trail was eventually found south west along the side of the stream with OF and Son of Spiderman (Spiderboy?) out front.

A check at the bridge which had disappeared (the check not the bridge) caused confusion but served as a needed regroup before the final leg over Heyshott common to the On-In after one hour and two minutes, technically almost perfect.
Spiderwoman seemed pleased saying "oh good, the on in already, I do like short ones".

At the circle the holders of red strings were rewarded with Easter eggs, kindly provided by the hares before applause in thanks for a great trail to which Hairbrush responded by mooning the pack ("I am only changing").
Nominations were heard for Bika who was late ("there was a smash on the A272") and for Mussolini for not being late.
Flash got the Hash It supposedly for taking Panda into the bushes for a bit of hanky panky whatever that means.

Thence to The Unicorn in Heyshott for the usual.

ON-ON Bambi.

Bambi. PS I apologise to Sinbad for getting him confused with Hash Flash in some of the previous Hash notes. This will probably continue and might extend to others, so GET USED TO IT!.

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