11th July 2004
This mini Hash Trash is from Alans (mini)memory! Thanks Alan!
Clarence (remember the pineapples?) Babet, assisted by John “the
A lovely campment in the Beau Champ Sugar Estate, Grand River South East.
Introduction to the run by the Hares
“Some of you may remember coming here 9 years ago” announced
the Senior Hare. “Wow!!, he must be experienced”, we thought.
“John helped me set the run” he continued. We knew then there
would be trouble ahead, especially as the Hares warned us there would
be no boxes…but they forgot to say there would be no flour either!!
The Run – call it what you want
There were no kisses (X) on this run. Two new ladies asked what we were
looking for….”Flour”, we said…one of them, being
a French speaker was looking for “flowers” so she was running
all over the place. There were plenty of false trails (and trials) –
the dogs enjoyed the extra portions of two parallel lines instead of the
blobs of flour they had relished for breakfast.
Actually it was a jolly good run, and well thought out – thanks
to the Hares for their hard work!
First Timers – A lot (Call Alan or Bob if you have the names).
Second Timers – Several, so we can’t be that bad (same comment
Announcements – Alan’s secret birthday was whispered to all.
Not Announced – The food was prepared very nicely by Henriette –
The lunch, cake and wine was donated by Sara. Thanks Sara!
Cutting the cake was an emotional event where Alan realised that he really
has some friends!
Next Hash – Jean Francois was not there to let us know where (or
if he is doing it)!
RAs - Punishments
Mike… for making a deal with the RA to not tell anyone it was his
birthday – as everyone knew already, there was no need for the RA
to keep his promise not to give Mike a Down-Down (did you get that?).
Tom the Elder… when told that the RA was getting deaf, he thought
that was a benefit as the RA couldn’t hear what people were saying
Hares… for not warning the young ladies that their short-shorts
would make the villagers sweat, and for not knowing that dogs, snails,
birds etc. like flour.
Gilbert… for running past a herd of 50 deer without seeing one of
them (he must have been going fast!).
The Smelly Blue
John gave it to Annan – reason? All take a guess!
It was someone’s birthday so we all enjoyed a piece of birthday
cake, wine and dancing. A great Hash and a great location! Thanks to the
FLASH HASH NEWS!
Having been present at the Hash, Pascale gave birth to a baby boy that
night after seeing “her man” run so well. CONGRATS TO PASCALE
|Alan's Receding Hareline:
||Hares - Area
||Jean Francois / Michelle / Brigitte
||David & Juliette
||Jack Hall "The Jackel"
||Etienne & Merielle
|Phone: Trailmaster…….Alan - 675 0365
1. Would hashers please note that there is a deposit (money) on glass
bottles (beer, softies)! Please do not throw them away, leave them on
the beach or with the rubbish (or even take them
2. Walks take place on most Sundays when there is no Hash. See the
"Friendly walks" page for
| HASH MISH-MANAGEMENT
Line + Trailmasters:
Alan "Strong on" Grihault
||Andy "The Hustler"
"Hot Dog" Maard, deputy: Alan "Strong On" Grihault
|Drinks for Wimps 'n Kids:
White" & David "Shorty" Colbert
Williams, Sarah, Marie-Claude, Bob etc.
|Always willing deputy Edit
Russell ( www.bob-russell.net )