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Est 1983 - ON PRES: Robin Low

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6652009-08-02Malibog ( & Banker ?). Food & drink after the run at Treefeller'sSidlesham - Chalk Lane - Mike's place SZ852970

You know the sky at the start of The Simpsons, well that's what the sky looked like as we welcomed back visitors 'Keeps It Up' and 'Wild Bush' from Brighton H3 and a new Graham from Emsworth and Tom (Flash's grandson) and his friend Will.
The pack showed mild interest as Malibog launched himself into a description of the Swedish marking that had been laid in a combination of chalk, flour and pink toilet paper, and a lot more interest when he mentioned the BN marking for “Beer Near”.

We started out heading east, across the busy B2145 and on to the footpath that runs around the north west quadrant of Pagham Harbour.
The pace was furious and the run between the checks long and flat and just as we were getting all strung out one of those “go back so many marks” signs would appear to get us back together again.
During the first of these 'Keeps It Up' (among others) failed to keep it up and went flying onto his backside as running shoe met wet mud and seaweed at the tide line.

A regroup at Halsey's Farm gave the FRBs a breather while the less energetic pack members sauntered in and then it was another charge north east towards Honer Farm with a check then taking us west.
It was here that Bouncer, a late arrival visitor from Brighton joined us with news of beer up ahead that was confirmed as we came across the promised BN mark. Shortly we found Treefeller with his chariot loaded with all manner liquids and sweet things which we devoured with relish.

Reluctantly we set off again although more gently as drink was now sloshing around in our bellies, heading south via New Barn back to the north shore of the harbour to complete a loop.
A chunk of the pack went on a fruitless search for trail up the road while the rest found the footpath just the other side of the hedge from the way out and soon arrived at the on-in over the B2145 and back the way we came after one hour and twenty five minutes.

Malibog and the Brighton crew did their best to get us to sing while doing down downs as we congratulated the hares for a great hash and nominated half the pack for shortcutting and Keeps It Up for slippage however the Hash-It was re-awarded to Mussolini who arrived so late he didn't even bother to try and catch us up.
We then settled down to a good nosh of the burgers and chops that Treefeller had provided and all manner of accompaniments from others, under that lovely Simpsons' sky.

Bambi.

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