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  Issue No. 2230 Online Edition Thursday 18 September 2014 
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Ascension : Hash Trash: Hash No 1517
Submitted by The Islander (Islander Editors) 05.06.2014 (Article Archived on 19.06.2014)

It was a rag-taggle bunch that met on the steps of the Exiles Club for a later than usual hash.


HASH TRASH
Hash Trash: no 1517
Hares: No hounds this week
Hounds: Soggy Boozer, Boozy Head, Bus Driver, Dead Gross, Idle Trekkie, Tipex, Hilary, Kat, Andy, Turtle Baby Mama and Turtle Baby Daddy.



It was a rag-taggle bunch that met on the steps of the Exiles Club for a later than usual hash. Many hashers had been spotted around the Ascension Day Fair but couldn’t be dragged away from the bar festivities, though it later transpired that some just couldn’t tell the time.



The group started to make its way down to the Fort Thornton, lit only by Kat’s bizarrely flashing glass; Idle Trekkie having the best light waiting for Boozy Head who managed to get way laid on the way down. No trail was set but the unseemly clan wended their way down past the stores and the fire station and up into Fort Thornton. Dead Gross managed to produce some light but irritated the older hashers by setting it to strobe effect which made some hashers fear for their health.



A couple of stray US hashers were spotted down below; Idle Trekkie was sent to fetch them but failed to bring them back. There were fears that they may have disappeared into the Turtle Ponds and were lost forever.
Eventually all were gathered in the Fort, with appropriate lubricants to watch the wonderful firework display on Cross Hill. After this was enjoyed by all, there was some friendly banter before all dispersed to re-join the party before heading off home.


Next Week:
Hares: The Turtle Sisters.
Place: Not yet known. Please check Facebook page or Alison or Drew for details

 

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