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South Dorset Hashes Diary
Some Hashes may be organised on an informal basis. These will be listed below.
Hardy’s Hashes start at 11 a.m. every Sunday. The Sub-60 Hash meets on alternate Thursday evenings at 7 pm and the Full Moon Hash meets on the night of the Full Moon at 7 pm. However, check the diary below for exceptions.
Memories of a Past Event
Bath Cider Festival 2015
Click on the picture to see the pictures.
RECENT PICTURE ALBUMS
Pictures from the Sub60 Christmas Party can be seen here.
Pictures from the Christmas Hash can be seen here.
Pictures from the Cattistock Hash can be seen here.
Pictures from the Posh Nosh evening can be seen here.
Pictures from BOF’s 80th Birthday Hash can be seen here.
Pictures from the Hillbilly 2 Weekend can be seenhere.
So the not-hash is recce’d and I can confirm that there will be a main of approximately 5 miles and a mini of about 4 miles. The start will be from my house; 9 Knighton Lane, Broadmayne DT2 8EZ – click here for a map.
There is no room for parking on my road. I’ve asked the pub if we can park there but haven’t heard back yet. However, there is good space for parking on Osmington Drove (turn up past the shop and park next to the playing fields) so I suggest that as your best option.
The not-hash will be laid with usual markings and on the left. Probably in flour/sawdust and chalk but that will depend on if the shop has flour for sale! I’ll let you know on Saturday but if you don’t see the message in time, just ask me at the start.
The weather is meant to be good so hopefully the trail will remain visible for a while but those of you who’ve let me know you’re hashing on Sunday - I’ll see you for a beer afterwards, on my patio at the back of the house (social distancing measures will be in place and anti-viral wipes will be available to ensure the beer bottles are not contaminated!).
Lagerlout and ABOs Treasure Hunt Hash
The Treasure Hunt starts from Wyke Smugglers, is between 5 and 6 miles long, and does some off road which is cycleable (ABO and I managed it, so it must be ok!). Arrows on roads are on the left except on a cycle lane, and a bit of track and road after that which will be obvious. Clues are in the vicinity of the regroups.
Prize may be awarded when we restart proper hashing, and hash cash can be persuaded to stump up for one.......... .
1. Charlie is patron of?
2. What kind of water gate?
3. Stay in France or the Lake District.
4. What is one of UK’s scarcest habitats?
5. Date of Whitehead’s death.
6. Who died at age 53?
7. A bit of hash humping, but at what distance.
8. What’s rising?
9. What was a deer called in old English?
10. Fire hydrant number
11. Saturday collection
In the event of a tie the winner will be the one who identifies the item in the picture and says what it was used for.