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Est 1983 - ON PRES: Robin Low

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A return to more normal temperatures and sunshine along the coast drew Hashers into the cooler mists of the northern side of The Downs. Many things happened on this day in the past and we were treated to a small selection by Thumper, reminiscent of when Canman used to give us the same treat. I seem to remember some Hashers getting impatient then also.

No virgins, nice to see Two Ferrets Fighting, Chastity Belt and His Knees Are Buggered, before lies from the Hares and a general issuing forth into the countryside.

All sorts of confusion to start with until Flash and HKAB found the narrow brambley path north and then across the river of death to a regroup by the bus shelter. Now Hashing proper commenced, with multitudinous blow jobs from Kinky with the horn and gradual progress east through the woods alongside the road.

A large bunch were SCBs who ran through the green opposite The Hamilton Arms and Hairbrush kindly reinstated the sabotaged false mark behind the school, so that we all emerged on to School Lane more or less intact.

It took the pack a long time here to find the unmarked public footpath directly north to Common View, Hashers aimlessly milling around watching a few not find any flour and Hairbrush engaged in conversation with a young woman from her bedroom window, Hairbrush Oh Hairbrush, wherefore art thou Hairbrush.

The gazebo on the Stedham village green was the next stop. While The Ref gave me a riveting account of how he had left the window of his car open the last time he officiated at a game on the nearby sports field we watched Pancsi, Pink Flamingo, Panda and Bloody L explore a long false up The Street.

Snake Charmer was much luckier, finding good flour at the end of The Alley and southeast out into the wide artificial landscape of the late Kerry Packer's defunct polo centre. The FRBs were treated to the perimeter path while the rest of us made a B line for the iron girder bridge over the raging Rother.

No one was drunk enough to attempt the wade through murky waters.

A Check just over the bridge saw HKAB, Chastity Belt, Flash, Panda and Two Ferrets head south; Hairbrush, Pancsi, Kinky, Dr Blood and Bloody L, head east all to no avail because the trail went west then south to an A272 lay-by.

After re-grouping care was taken across the tarmac where the obvious way up Several's Road was false with the trail taking the path just to the east up through the dense rhododendron and east into Several's wood.

There is evidence that the area is frequented by amorous couples and not as the launch site for pixie weather balloons as Tigger and Pru supposed.

Many of the pack were now back in familiar territory, so the rest of the Hash to re-cross the river at Woolmer Bridge and then east through Stedham Common proceeded apace, following the resounding bugle and seeing Dr Blood among others rooting out a good harvest for Canman.

A few falsies were overrun and a fish hook for four that only Kinky honoured were noted before arrival at the chariots after one hour and twenty sesven minutes of sprightly hashing.

At the circle, some only just jokes from Kinky were followed by thanks to the Hares and the usual culprits; Hairbrush for being the first to not wade The Rother, Pink Flamingo for wearing new shoes, Tigger and Pru (you know why), and Spiderman for head-butting a tree causing damage to the environment.

The cheer-ometer was weak for all, perhaps a little louder for Pink Flamingo, so she got the Hash-It.

We then de-camped to the Hamilton Arms for a warm welcome and where political correctness prevents me from noting that the beer is rubbery.

On On! Bambi.

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