9th - 11th November 2018
Many thanks to Bumblebee and Psychedelic for organizing this away weekend.
Some of us went to the National Space Centre at Leicester.
Pissticide had an opportunity to walk on the Moon whilst BOF played with it
On Thursday evening we went for a meal and drinks at the Quorndon Fox
At Quorn Station and in Quorn Village Hall there were commemorations of the centenary of the end of World War 1.
The Great Northern Railway is a preserved railway run by volunteers. It was operating the steam locomotive “Leicester City” when the Hash visited. This locomotive was one of the last built in Britain and is 60 years old.
When BOF started to tell Organgrinder the detailed history of this locomotive something snapped; her sanity.
A pint of local beer cheered her up however.
The Walking Mini were able to ride in this old bus as well as go on board the railway engine.
An Emergency Ward had been set up for injured soldiers returning from the war in Europe.
The injured soldiers were entertained by The Quorn Ukulele Band
Think of a caption for this picture.
The Friday evening Fish and Chips meal was amazing - huge portions of fish and nicely cooked.
As always Wellie was in fine voice for the Down! Downs!
One of many pub stops over the weekend.
ABO stayed remarkable cheerful throughout the weekend.
But others just couldn’t stand the pace.
However they perked up when Sandy arrived with a bottle of wine...
...and even became quite amorous...
...as did Clipboard!
On the last day we went for a train ride.
At the Sunday pub stop BOF was quick to grab the Hash Chips!
Bumblebee was given a Down! Down! in a very fancy tea pot whilst Wellie showed off his antlers.
This plaque was spotted near The Swan Inn in Quorn.