Our Hash was up to almost full turnout for Hash No 922 last Sunday. Excellently set by the Wharton family (first time Hares, thank you) and with a cooling sprinkling of rain to make registration difficult and delight the numerous Horrors the sun came out for the briefing and the kids Hash disappeared into the trails of the jungle but not before we were entertained by a number of horses returning from their Sunday outing amongst the graves, fauna and flora of the nearby jungle.
Whilst Hashing, specifically with Horrors is an excellent physical activity and any and all damage done – physically, emotionally, spiritually and various other forms that your lawyer and you can think of means the individual is ultimately responsible, last Sunday’s Hash was picturesque, educational, spiritual and conversational – although a large contingent, including whom some thought was Father Christmas on holiday from the Santa Hash got wonderfully lost and then, taking on the old adage that “attack is the best form of defence”, tried and managed for some time to convince the other Hashers that they were the ones lost when the front and middle packs of Horrors came across those that were lost!
He must have been Father Christmas or a Jedi Knight, or perhaps an old-time Horror as the impending execution was postponed…..they were saved by proper rain which we could hear coming through the trees as medals were awarded, first-time Horrors welcomed and the day’s Hares thanked.
Our Hash has a strong Hareline from after the break for the Lunar New Year Celebrations, however, the next Hash is Hareless which is due on the 2nd of February – please do email in if you would like to set the Hash on the 2nd of February.
Please join me, your web hash in thanking last Sunday’s Hare (one more to go before you get to choose your Hash name) the committee who do this just for the beer, Mr Hoe for the nourishment and all of you, for making every second Sunday a lot of good clean fun with our kids seeing parts of Singapore most living in Singapore will never experience and as one Horror said “That is interesting! I never knew people were buried in the jungle”
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, or wish to set a Hash, specifically our next Hash on the 2nd of February.
On, On all you Horrors………..