Hash Trash

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

  • Run 1205 - The Rising Sun Witheridge Hill

    Hashers are so great! There was an annoying drizzle falling but this only encouraged a large crowd to gather in the carpark.  It was still warm (well, most of us thought so, Hutch and Rubber … more

  • Run 1204 - The George and Dragon Sutton Courtenay

    Hoodie had planned the trail, Lemony helped lay it and Buzz took on the role of co-hare on the night and looked after the walkers well, short-cutting brilliantly so everyone reached the pub at the … more

  • Run 1203 - The North Star Steventon

    What a glorious evening.  Too hot to run, so we hoped Twitcher had been enjoying his narrowboat too much to set the trail.  No such luck.  There he stood, with that inscrutable look on … more

  • Run 1202 - The Six Bells Warborough

    Pressganger and Eric had obviously chosen this pub so they could try to be an extra in Midsummer Murders which was being filmed in Warborough on this very day.  There were tents and stalls on … more

  • Run 1201 - The Crown and Horns East Ilsley

    A nice evening was spoilt by the first leg of the trail which was 1 mile up hill to the Ridgeway!  Everyone was totally shattered and declared a regroup. The views were splendid and the ground … more

  • RUN 1199 - The Plough East Hendred

    “The trail is One and On,  I make no excuses, it was pouring with rain all morning while I laid it” etc etc.  This made it a reasonably quick hash because the One was not too … more

  • RUN 1997 - Wittenham Clumps

    There was only ever going to be one way to start this trail – heading up!  But which of the many footpaths would it be?  The first hurdle, however, was nearly an actual hurdle as Epic … more

  • Run 1196 - The Catherine Wheel Goring

    Glorious sunshine and a public car park.  What more could a group of disparate (should that be desperate) characters want?  Maybe a hare to explain the evening’s entertainment?  … more

  • Run 1195 - Shotover Park

    Lemony was taking odds on whether we’d get through the run without someone being struck by a falling tree.  But the hares had laid the trail so the hounds had to turn up – in a car … more

  • Run 1194 - The Black Horse Gozzard's Ford

    The hares arrived at the pub car park to find a crowd already gathering.  People had taken note of the instruction to be on time!  That’s a first!  We were standing around … more

  • Run 1193 - The Coach Worlds End

    Paddington joined the trail this week but failed to bring marmalade sandwiches.  She is a hasher who lives in Berkshire but Didcot hash were closer.

    This trail was special because it marked … more

  • Run 1192 - The Crown South Morton

    We set off from the pub and were soon in the countryside.  Into a field and left along the edge until we came to the balance beam across the river.  There was a check.  Over the beam … more

  • Run 1191 - The Packhorse Milton Hill

    An Epic Trail had been promised the week before by our hare, Epic Fail.  As it gets dark at c8pm a few of us turned up with torches.  But Epic had decided not to push his luck too far as … more

  • Run 1190 - The Cross Keys Wallingford and AGM

    The first Tuesday night run – Spring is here.  Stiff Upper and Gnome had driven straight from the airport, having suffered a short delay to their departure.  True dedication – … more

  • Run 1181 - The Fox and Hounds Christmas Common

    Keyboard Ken (who plays guitar and runs with High Wycombe) had joined us.  A welcome addition as he had run the same route with Wycombe earlier in the week and we were sure Zorro would just have … more

  • Run 1180 - The Hatchet Childrey

    Well done to Dingaling for making the hash on his 18th BIRTHDAY. Hash No 1180 too!  Ringer welcomed everyone, introducing Marie and Jeremy.  He was rather bemused as he didn’t think … more

  • Run 1179 - The Red Lion Chilton

    The car park was full when Wimpey turned up in his new classic car so we all watched as he manoeuvred up and down the village trying to find somewhere safe to park it.  Lemony had travelled with … more

  • Run 1177 - New Year's Day

    A small, but select, group met at Lemony and Wimpey’s.  The trail led down All Saints Lane and followed the lane round to the back of the old shop, over the road and along to Ginge Brook.& … more

  • Run 1176 - Stiffy's Stag Hash

    What a great turn out for Stiffy’s Stag Hash.  Great photos and Noddy provided horns for everyone.  Gnome alone looked very bit the part of the Best Man.  Shame the role has … more

  • Run 1175 - The Fleurs de Lys Dorchester

    Confusion reigned.  A few cars had made it into the car park.  One hasher popped inside to use the loo “I hope you don’t mind me using the loo now.  I’ll be back … more