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7542013-01-27Snake Charmer & PancsiTitty Hill - Queens Corner SU854257

Verily, a small pack of hardy hashers assembled at Titty Hill - the Queens Corner road end this time.
This hash was to be the previous week but the terrain was clothed in snow and the access roads too tricky.

There had been much new rain overnight to add to the saturated ground and the roads were still difficult.
The remoteness of the venue foxed some folk - Treefeller managed a visit to St Cuthman's School.
Anyway the sun came out and despite a brisk wind it was quite pleasant.
Pancsi, Snake Charmer and Splasher were in charge and said it was going to be wet underfoot and overfoot and for a change the truth was told.


We headed south up a muddy track with the usual childish banter about the name Titty Hill and whether we could try Fanny Hill if we managed scale the former.
('Jan Hill - is this funny?'). Then left down to Stedham Marsh with some jolly babbling brooks
It was there that Old Faithful managed to fall head first into some mud twisting an arm but carried on gamefully.

We turned south again with the odd deception by using the woods rather than the track toward Woolhouse farm.
Here there were some white cows - not the usual breeds - who greeted us.


Up the hill to the other car park (much better that one!) by Linch Road.

We crossed over into Woolbeding common which we have explored at other times via Older Hill
Spiderman took the off piste track toward Redford leaving Pink Flamingo to skirt an ice covered lake to a falsie.

Can Man somehow managed to get lost but was then found, he was relieved of his dog lest it took him off again.

Bika arrived at the next check having passed the wrong way through an arrow.

We crossed back over the road and across a very wet meadow with Old faithful leading us back in the woods

After another stream crossing we came to a very large 'On inn' and 'To the Pub' signs.
Back in 1 hour and 5 minutes.

This was the first hash for the JMs and didn't they do well!

Nominees for the hashit were:
Sinbad for 'warming up' pretending to be interested in nearby houses
Spiderman for criticising the quality of the flour markings
Bika for comparative laziness.
But it was awarded to Old Faithful for doing his usual tumbling act including eating mud (not tasty he said!)
He was then well prepared for his physio appointment the following day.

It was then to the Rising Sun, Milland which this scribe managed to avoid by thinking it was on the way back to Midhurst.

Spiderman.

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