Hash Trash

Irreverent ramblings regarding some of our previous runs. Many more from the archive have yet to be uploaded.

  • Run 1296 - The Rose and Crown Chilton

    This will be short and, hopefully, sweet.  Without a map, unable to write a trash because of my PC being in for repair, and complete loss of memory ….

    It was great to meet Rosie, a … more

  • Run 1297 - The Fox Denchworth

    “Kids and adults love it so, the happy world of ….” Hashing?!?  The real end to the rhyme is Haribo and the hares had a large tub of this particular sweet to provide sugar for … more

  • Run 1290 - The Village Club, Nettlebed

    “There are no wrong turnings. Only paths we had not known we were meant to walk.” This could sum up any hash.  And what a wonderful hash it was this morning.  We joined many of … more

  • Run 1289 - the Cherry Tree, Stoke Row

    “The richest man is not he who has the most, but he who needs the least.”  All CS needed to make our day so special was flour and, oh yes, his mobile phone n which he had stored the … more

  • Run 1288 - The Bystander, Wootton

    “The most memorable days usually end with dirty clothes”. No truer word …. The heavy rain that had been falling since before anyone got up decided to ease off in time for the … more

  • Run 1286 - Sutton Courtenay

    What a difference a day makes! Or in this case 6 days.  Boxing Day – beautiful sunshine. New Year’s Day – grey and drizzly.  “Let’s cancel the run, no-one& … more

  • Run 1285 - The Cherry Tree, Steventon

    A beautiful, sunny morning and a cheerful crowd gathered in the car park.  New people too!  Sarah and Russ looked rather fitter than the rest of us and were very enthusiastic – which … more

  • Run 1280 - The Blueberry Inn, Blewbury

    “There was a young girl from Blewbury …..” No, maybe I should stick with the classics if I’m going to provide a quote each week!  How about this one “We may not be … more

  • Run 1278 - The Black Horse Checkendon

    “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” Not to be out done by the poetry of last week’s scribe I thought a quote from Albert Camus a perfect description for the … more

  • Run 1277 - The Bull and Butcher Turville

    “A man walks into a pub

    Oy, aren't you Will Shakespeare?

    Yes, I am

    Get out - You're bard!”

    I paraphrase slightly, but that was how it felt walking into The Bull & Butcher - … more

  • Run 1276 - The Red Lion Brightwell-cum-Sotwell

    It was lovely to see Big Stiffy back taking a full part in the hash again.  Walking the whole route and keeping everyone so cheerful.

    Hotlips has insider knowledge in this village as her mum … more

  • Run 1274 - The Shoulder of Mutton Wantage

    Many thanks to Swallow for this Hash Trash.  As I shall miss a number of winter runs if ANYONE fancies writing a trash and sending it to me I'd be greatful. Zorro - please let me know the length … more

  • Run 1272 - The Shepherds Hut, Ewelme

    The first Sunday trail, lovely weather and the promise of pork pie.  What more could anyone ask?  I can’t write much about what happened on the trail because I had to abandon Hotlips … more

  • Run 1270 - The Bay Tree, Grove

    It was great to see Big Stiffy back after his hip operation, even though he is only up to a short walk at the moment.  Mind you, it was a walk to the shops for fish and chips.  Quite fancy … more

  • Run 1269 - The Flowing Well, Sunningwell

    Just as we set off Gatecrasher re-visited his car and put on the supergirl pants – incorporating his own inimitable style.  He wore them inside out and fiddling a bit, but they were … more

  • Run 1267 - The Boathouse Wallingford

    What more could we have asked from our hare?  A great trail, new routes round Wallingford, a tour guide for the walkers AND a deal with the pub to trade a photo of the group for free chips!  … more

  • Run 1266 - The Five Horseshoes Maidensgrove

    Professional Peach was approaching the car park entrance when she realised her car had a puncture.  So she stopped in the gateway to ensure that the next hashers along helped her change the … more

  • Run 1265 - Hash BBQ

    Total confusion reigned as hounds disappeared off to the loo while Call Girl was trying to get the circle organised.  She was trying to be authoritative but everyone was chatting and ignoring … more

  • Run 1264 - The Seven Stars Marsh Baldon

    What a way to spend an evening!  Out in the sunshine with a group of barmy people. But Albert Square chose to stay home and make a cake for his work’s bake off competition!

    We set off up … more