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R*n 257 location

R*n 257 started from car park at junction of Strait Lane and Doeholme Rake, Abbeystead and the On Inn was Fleece Inn, Dolphinholme.

Who ran 257? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Master Baker - Hare65965
Upperskirt - Hare13139152
Baldbrick12110122
Bedside Manner53742
Bitter126779
Dickhead14445
Major Twit897105
Minor Twat118394
Thunder Dick64046
Tooth Fairy103949
Twisted126981

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On Inn - Fleece Inn, Dolphinholme

Image of Fleece Inn, Dolphinholme

This was our 3rd visit. We also visited on...

The Fleece Inn dates back to the early eighteenth century as an inn for travellers. Full of original period features such as old oak beams and fireplaces etc.

www.fleeceinn.co.uk

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Sunday 23rd March 2008 at 11:00am

DaytimeR*n 257 »

Abbeystead - Easter Day R*n

So our acting GM decided that Baldbrick could choose the scribe as he was so prompt at doing his last write up.

I mean, letting Baldbrick make a decision! After much umming and ahhing he finally made his decision and chose me. Maybe it was the fact I was standing next to him that made his decision easy?

The rub of it is though, I'd already volunteered to take Dickhead on an outing with me (with the promise I wouldn't lose his other shoe). He hardly ever gets out, the poor little bear.

What can be said about this r*n? Hidden easter goodies at each check, a mix of open and closed checks, one big Rambo's split before the one beer stop.

The main problem was the distinct lack of markings which left Toothfairy, Bitter and I wandering aimlessly through fields full of knee high shiggy.

Had we not spotted the FRB's in the distance, we would have still been lost to this day. Accordingly, we shortcut our way back on trail and regrouped at the Beer Stop.

Following a picturesque ramble along the banks of the Wyre reservoirs together with a lovely view of the spillway, we found ourselves back at the cars for the circle.

Can't remember what down downs were issued but a good days fun was had by all.

Then it was off to the Fleece at Dolphinholme for a dish of three locally produced sausages on a bed of bubble & squeak topped with a flavoursome onion gravy - delicious! Oh, and we all did an Easter quiz in the pub - won by Thunderdick and Bedside Manner!

On on

Minor Twat

Write up by Minor Twat

29th March 2008 at 5:53am