GRAND NATIONAL HASH
The Sydney Arms, Dorchester
9th April 2016
This was the traditional Hash run before watching the Grand National in a pub.
The Hash consisted of 42 ‘jumps’ or obstacles which we had to get over on the way around Dorchester.
The pre-Hash briefing.
Spreadlegs lives up to her Hash nickname.
We were amazed to see a bird of prey on a lamp post outside the council offices. It was a Harris's Hawk which is native to Central and Southern America. Its handler was exercising it around the area and it flew around eyeing up all the nearby pigeons.
Bumblebee posed with Dame Elisabeth Frink’s sculpture - see here for details of this work of art.
What is Psychedelic doing round his bum?
This reminded us of Circus Boy doing one of his handstands.
Any idea what Bumblebee was supposed to be doing?
Bumblebee agitated a bottle of bubbly to spray Nobby but - he failed to get even a small spurt - much to everyone’s amusement.
The Hares who had produced such a great Hash!
Rosie is persuaded to take his first taste of alcohol. Nervously he wonders what this will taste like after so many years of drinking only soft drinks and milk.