Our joint hares for the evening were Sir Humpalot and Minge & Tonic.
An interesting, if somewhat long (10km) trail around Twickenham, taking in several parks and, apparently, some house worth stopping to view (no idea what it was though).
Nice drink stop location by the river, with G&Ts on offer from M&T.
AGPU trail set by GM Wacker from the traditional starting point of The Grosvenor.
A master class in the use of the false trail, to the extent that even his false trails had false trails!
A refreshing sangria drink stop provided by assistant hare Man Magnet, followed by plenty of hash food (and some rather indifferent beer, it has to be said) back at the Grosvenor.
I think the AGPU bit happened at some stage, but I can’t be 100% sure. No doubt someone will enlighten us as to who is who on the new committee .
Here is a map showing locations of some of the WLH runs during the current year. Clicking on a run location will allow you to view the trail for that run.
This was Purple Haze’s first attempt at setting a WLH trail, and it was generally agreed that it was a very creditable job, being interesting, well marked (unless you are Rambo or Bhopal), and of the right length, with a fine drink stop provided on Kew Green.
Well done Mr Haze!
Trail set by Bonnie. Largely managed to avoid being blown up and shot at, so credit to the hare for that.
A surprisingly good turnout for last night’s hash, considering that Thames Ditton is at the extremities of what might be termed West London, and the fact that it was pissing down.
A n interesting and varied trail hared by Pickled Fart, taking in not one, not two, but three rivers along the way. If you don’t believe me, take a look at the map: Thames Ditton trail.
Good pub with a fine selection of ales and unusually quick service. And hash chips! What more could one want?