Well, it was a “virgin” run set by Navigator and what a good effort it was too !
We gathered in secret Sawyers Valley location and a good turn out it was too. The Hare gave an outstanding set of directions (as he is tall) and off we ventured into quite thick bush. The trail was very well marked but we could not see the runners much. We did hear the horn every now and then, occasionally very faintly, but nevertheless, we had a great run.
There was a great deal of pipeline which was where we were meant to have a drink (As a drinks stop…..= FAIL) I have to admit I thought we may have had another disastrous set of “losses” but …what a surprise when walkers and most runners returned back at about the same time. Of course a few missing persons did turn up about 5 – 10 minutes later but that was not enough time to notice they were missing !
The charges in the circle were mostly around the fact that the run was ‘SO STRAIGHT ! ‘ (Did I mention the pipeline ?) plus a few other random fines. Oh, and YES for all the Franger watchers….he got a down-down this week.
Till next week….
P B x
Also: received this email:
As one of the 5 survivors of all Aussie Nash Hashes I was asked to write a history of it.
That was about 5 years ago.
I have just finished it and it is now on the web.
As a contact for your club I’m sending you the U.R.L.
It would be very much appreciated if you could forward it on to the other members of your club.