Hash Trash

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

  • Run 1152 - The Ladygrove Didcot

    At the briefing Wimpey explained that, being Didcot Hash, we had to visit the town some time during the year, and this, unfortunately, was the week.  The trail could not be described as … more

  • Run 1151 - The Doghouse Frilford Heath

    Now, was it gremlins, another Hashing group, or Gatecrasher going mad?  Answers on a postcard please.  The evening started pleasantly.  A reasonable crowd and a dry evening.  We … more

  • Run 1150 - The Barley Mow Clifton Hampden

    What is this summer coming to?  Another glorious evening and huge pack of hounds eager for a good trail.  Gatecrasher was one of the first, doing at least one circuit of the very large car … more

  • Run 1149 - The Cherry Tree Stoke Row

    Heavy rain and the warning to wear long trousers may have put some of the fainter-hearted hashers off.  But by the time we arrived the sun was out and we had a wonderful run.

     

    We turned … more

  • Run 1147 - The Royal Oak Wantage

    A Cruel Joke opened proceedings by explaining that the hash is a place to discuss sport and beer.  Any talk of weddings, food, etc would be severely punished.

    The run was glorious and rather … more

  • Run 1146A - The Longest Day Streatley Hill

    How many hashers can you fit in the car park at the top of Streatley Hill?  Lots!  There were murmurings of concern at 4.20am when the Jefferies’ mean machine (or campervan) had not … more

  • Run 1146 - The Rising Sun Witheridge Hill

    Another glorious run.  I think we hardly came out of the trees all evening.  Or was that just Northern Soul and Rubber Sole’s Buddy up to mischief again. Mind you, the Finnish had was … more

  • Run 1145 - The White Hart Nettlebed

    What colour sense again this week!  Ringer in bright yellow running socks was a bit dazzling, but the red legs did clash rather.

    Another lovely evening too.  We set off through the village … more

  • Run 1144 - The Red Lion Woodcote

    A new must-have fashion accessory!  Green shorts on pink ribbon.  Henry V looked fabulous and didn’t have to go too near the crutch – still showing signs of stainage after 2 … more

  • Run 1143 - The Crown South Moreton

    It was drizzling when we arrived and the dampness was a constant theme of the run.  General dampness exuded from the hares.  “It’s a rubbish trail”, “If no-one turns … more

  • Run 1142 - The George and Dragon Sutton Courtenay

    We were missing a few of the locals this week.  Rubber Sole had chosen Chelsea over Sutton Courtenay – and we had planned the route to include such lovely flora today.  Northern Soul … more

  • Run 1141 - The Plough East Hendred

    There was a bowls match going on at the pub and many of the ‘older’ members of our group rather fancied trying their hand.  But we persuaded them that we needed them on the hash.& … more

  • Run 1140 - The Black Horse Gozzard's Ford

    The bluebells were beautiful and made up for the previous week when they had only been visible in the wood beside the road on the way to the pub!The list of injuries was rather long.  Big Stiffy … more

  • Run 1139 - The Plough Appleton

    The trial was due to be laid by Epic Fail but he was unavoidably detained in a foreign country so asked for substitute.  It was a shame as he had banged on so much the week before about how Epic … more

  • Run 1137 - The Bay Tree Grove

    I can't tell you much about this one as I wasn't there.  But, if anyone has any anecdotes they would like me to post, please send them on to me.  I believe there was much hilarity at Epic … more

  • Run 1136 - The Crown Wallingford

    Summer must be here as it was the first Tuesday night run.  We set off left from the pub and straight across the road onto a raised causeway.  Some distance along here we came to a dividing … more

  • Run 1135 - The King's Head and Bell Abingdon

    The last Sunday run until the Autumn!  But it clashed with the White Horse Half Marathon so Rubber Sole’s Buddy was looking a little anxious at 1055 when there was no-one at the pub!  … more

  • Run 1134 - The Hatchet Childrey

    What a crowd gathered at the pub in the sunshine.  There were concerns about congestion as a bike ride was also advertised for the same village.  But they had all long gone and were not due … more

  • Run 1133 - The Kings Arms Sandford

    Even prior to the run there was potential Down Down Vest activity with the hares spotting canoodling going on at the footbridge!  La Crease and FBJ thought their activities were unobserved!  … more

  • Run 1132 - The Star Sparshot

    Sunshine lit up the group as they gathered outside the pub.  A proper runner approached down the hill.  It was Mismatch.  She joined our group and berated Ringer for not picking her up. … more