Hash Trash

Irreverent ramblings regarding some of our previous runs. Many more from the archive have yet to be uploaded.

  • Run 1254 - The Rising Sun Witheridge Hill

    A small but select band gathered in a rather damp car park of a pub that was only open during the hours of daylight because there was a power cut.  The evening was dismal but the sight of Ringer … more

  • Run 1253 - The Red Lion Drayton

    Remember the music from Jurassic Park?  Thought not.  How about Jaws?  That’s the one “Der Du, Der Du, Der Du” etc.  Keep that thought, you’ll need it … more

  • Run 1252 - The Plough Long Wittenham

    The circle formed in the car park, then broke up as another car arrived, then formed, then broke up, then formed  well you get the picture!  It was a large crowd and it was good to see … more

  • Run 1251 - The Chequers Berrick Salome

    The trial was very muddy because there had been lots of rain but it had stopped by the time we met at the pub.  All our cars confused potential customers into thinking that the pub was open so a … more

  • Run 1250 - The King William IV Hailey

    A large group were in the carpark and Big Stiffy handed round his Worther’s Originals (a bit fluffy from being in the car boot for some months but still well received).  There were plenty … more

  • Run 1249 - The Black Horse Checkendon

    Hutch was keen to get on and pointed us down the road straight away but was called back to teach the newbies the markings.  He came back reluctantly and started with the artwork when Eric’ … more

  • Run 1248 - The Queen's Head Horspath

    Congratulations to Gatecrasher and SUC!!!  Wonderful trial (Gatecrasher) and wonderful pub suggestion (SUC).

    Gatecrasher was laying the trail around the pub as the hounds arrived.  How he … more

  • Run 1247 - The Rose and Crown Chilton

    Charlie’s strategic dump and the best after hash food ever.  Or - What you missed if you weren’t there!!

    It was great to see Hotlips and Big Stiffy after a long absence in warmer … more

  • Run 1246 - The Kings Head and Bell Abingdon

    There was a last minute change of pub and a command issued to be on time.  The rain was pouring down and Hutch was a picture of sartorial elegance in the Yellow Shirt with his umbrella.  … more

  • Run 1245 - AGM and The Cross Keys Wallingford

    A last minute change of hare due to sickness – or was it just that CS hadn’t managed to arrange the meeting with the pub or plan a route and wanted to hide in shame?  Whatever the … more

  • Run 1244 – The Fleur de Lys Dorchester

    Beautiful sunshine bathed the entrance to the pub and the church bell rang 11 as Wimpey and Lemony timed their arrival to perfection (on the 11th bong!). But parking was a bit of a problem so there … more

  • Run 1242 – The Red Lion Woodcote

    Twitcher confessed that he has laid so many trails from this pub before that he decided to lay one of his old ones and spend more time in the pub.  But while sitting at the bar he found a book … more

  • Run 1241 – The Catherine Wheel Goring

    Apologies for the delay in posting this trash but it has taken me a week to press the map enough to be able to re-visit the route.  Skidmark was looking very pale and had been ill the day before … more

  • Run 1239 - Red Dress Run, Didcot

    Who was tasked with booking the photographer from Hello! Magazine?  Oh well, we had our very own Hash Flash (plus every mobile phone in Didcot) to capture the glorious array of designer … more

  • Run 1236 - The Fox and Hounds Christmas Common

    Where was everyone?  A small group gathered in the car park, made even smaller because Noddy and Scrumptious couldn’t join the trial as their car had broken down en route and they were … more

  • Run 1235 - The Fleur de Lys East Hagbourne

    A good crowd were gathering despite half of the Berkshire Hash being on their ski trip and the promise of lots of mud.  Miss Whiplash told us it was up to her knees and she and Penny P had … more

  • Run 1234 - The King's Arms Sandford Lock

    It was so cold even the brass monkeys were wearing hats and scarves.  There was a lot of jumping up and down on the spot in the car park to keep the blood flowing as we waited to circle up.  … more

  • Run 1233 - The Red Lion Peppard Common

    Where have all the Young Men gone? So goes the old song and so goes the Hash sometimes. By the time we all assembled there were 15 ladies(?) but only 4 guys. Even Billy Whizz, the co-hare, had failed … more

  • Run 1232 - The Red Lion Blewbury

    Your chance to win £1000!  How long did it take to dry out the trail map for this week?  Answers on a post card ….. Well, that’s my excuse for not writing the trash … more

  • Run 1228 - The Bell Aldworth

    Jacks was a slightly nervous hare.  Scribbler was injured so they had laid the trail that morning but had not had time to lay the shorter trail for the walkers.  So Scribbler was going to … more