Bali Hash House Harriers 2
HASH TRASH Run #1479
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ON ON AT TUNON & NATURE NOTES FROM THE FIELD
Bit of a buggers’ muddle if you ask me. Why did half the pack head in the wrong direction at the outset? What was the big attraction? Neither birdwing butterfly nor Bird of Paradise as far as I could see.
Mostly flat and familiar terrain, though the hares had discovered an unfrequented area to the south – a mighty extension that saw no front runners in within the hour. No real complaints though, other than unseemly amount of concrete and old paper. Well, what can you do?
Hardly anyone walks any more, and there are an awful lot of Hashes these days including three distinct groups on Saturdays alone, it’s all my fault, as BLOW JOE kindly reminded me and everyone else later in the circle. DOWN DOWN.
Hashing in Bali has become more popular than cricket or fried bread. At least 100 punters from our lot today (hence the need for more massive checks – hares well note), Our hares on this sparkling occasion were: PAIN & PLEASURE, DANDY PANTS & PUSSY DELIVERY. DANDY PANTS, an old China hand was accompanied by delightful Jap lady with name sounding like EYE YACKO. RA conferred upon her a new name in Nip lingo which is really too rude to mention here.
Good to see YOYO and LABIA who performed admirably. You should come more often. More DOWN DOWNs and cross charges then I can possibly recall, which certainly enhanced consumption. Only two for YWGMH who forgot to recount exploits of older members of the family in ‘Money rolls in’ – Me Grandpa makes cheap prophylactics – He pierces each one with a pin – Me Grandma does all the abortions – My God how the money rolls in, IN IN, Numerologists in our midst were intrigued to know that we commemorated the Battle of Saratoga (fought on Oct 17 1777) which ended once and for all Limey aspirations to colonize North America.
Many remarked on magnificent banyan at run site and that other one early on floating on aerial roots. Superabundance of flies in the garden, including Large Leopard not seen for a while; and I saw this morning Common Mormon Papilio laying on Curry-leaf. So many species acquiring a taste for the hot stuff. But where oh where are the Chinese Goshawks? They should be here by now. But weather still from South and not enough cunimbs to sustain flight.
Big crowd of hashers to FLY, but sorry – of oysters answer came there none, not so very odd because we’d eaten every one.
And don’t forget Friday 13 Nov. the 26th Annual Victor Awards which will be starting a bit earlier this year than other years due to some sort of CIVD restrictions to close at 10PM. So we will start the Victor Awards this year at 5PM sharp. Tickets on sale at every run between now and then, buy yours while the price is still cheap at just Rp.200,000.
On On to Pura Mengening, near Tirta Empul next week for the Trafalgar/Agincourt Day Hash Run …