Bambi usually writes these Hash notes but he was running in the London Marathon so apologies for this apology of a missive.
Chichester Hash joined forces with Portsmouth HHH (plus a few from Worthy Winchester HHH) on a sunny morning.
JM Flash introduced Beerpump and Bika who then had to explain to the Chi puppies the strange hieroglyphs used by P for their runs.
Circles for checks, circles with Xs for regroups and hooks with a number to indicate how many FRBs need to go the the back of the pack.
We were off expecting to revisit the wood from a Chi run in Havant Thicket a few weeks back but we were led just a little way north.
interupted by couple of scrambling motorbikers who roared past us.
We ran through the Rowlands Castle golf course and back into suburbia for a a bit more pavement before we were back into the countryside along the Sussex Border Path where Beerpump compressed the pack with a couple of hooks for the first 10 and then 15!
Then under the railway and through a culvert for a bit of variety.
By this time this scribe's legs and were giving out so a short cut was made back to Rowlands Castle.
The main pack did a bit of Stanstead Forest.
A slog back up the hill found us back to the chariots after about 1 hour 35 minutes.
Hash Flash thanked the hares for a fine run and to Portsmouth HHH for sharing the run and welcomed them to join Chi HHH for its Summer BBQ at Forestside Village Hall on 17th June.
He then awarded the Hashit to ???? of P HHH for overtaking him to become the last hook returnee.
We retired to the Castle Inn in the village (thankfully avoiding the Harvester Pub near the CP) where this scribe left P HHH to their rituals after a swift pint.