# 232Date: Thursday 20th December 2012
Pub: The Black Boy, Bewdley
Food: Sausage, chips & beans & bread & butter
Beer: Ugly Sisters, Banks’s Original
Trail: it would have been easy to duck out of tonight’s hash with yet more rain and flood warnings but we’re hashers and we’re true so about 20 of us gathered for tonight’s watery trail. It didn’t really matter that only 2 thirds of it had been laid as most of the flour had been washed away anyway. And so, off we set, up to the top of Wyre Hill, through the estate, through some extremely slippery, wet and muddy fields (wellies would have been more appropriate footwear) and down to the first HH near the Hop Pole where Hard On’s Xmas prezzies caused a bit of a stir! On down through the woods to the next HH where a temper started to fray but Shag just about rescued the situation with his wise and witty words. Down and along Severnside North, where the river joined us on the path, threatening to take some prisoners. We all managed to escape into the caravan park and up to the 3rd HH at Crossdresser’s mum’s house where we were treated to some warming mulled wine - lovely. Soaked to the skin, we headed back to the on inn, only to be put into the dark room for supper. Saved by beer, sausages & chip butties and a very special gift from Santa!
Down downs: awarded by Doggy Fashion to Crossdresser for his “half a hash;” Shag for his Santa Special presents for Hard On; Hard On for being the most offended hasher; and to Cleopatra for encountering some repeating after her sucking.
Hot Lips x
Next week: Brookfield House, Wolverley, family-friendly hash, after hash swim then dress to impress.
Boxing Day hash – The Cross Keys, Suckley 11am
Family hash – Gardener’s Meadow car park, Bewdley, Saturday 5th January, 11am (in conjunction with the Bewdley Wassail with Wyre and Wychwood event 2-4pm)
Volunteers wanted for the Hash calendar...