|16 Sep 2018||Sue||Keith|
It was a smaller than usual group of hashers who appeared at The Bayberry on a muggy, grey, blustery morning.
Several of our regulars were known to be away on holiday or suchlike, but it was good to see Jeremy, Helen, Kevin and Julie back from various jaunts.
We were around a dozen in number, with four runners.
Sue gave a short briefing; the long would be 5.4 miles and the short, 2.7 miles.
Off we went towards Croft Road and soon into Croft Woods, and then around the golf course by the M4 to Broome Manor Lane and then up the hill and across the golf course again to the top end of Croft Wood. From there onto the old railway line before descending finally back to the pub. A lovely scenic run that would be even better when the Autumnal colours arrive, given how wooded the trail was.
To cap it all, the sun broke through the clouds, the wind lessened and we were able to sit outside basking in early Autumn sunshine.
GOM gave another of his witty, captivating speeches, lavishing praise upon the hare, Sue, for her trail. And letting the cat out of the bag that hare got lost on her own trail and couldn’t find the pub!
Thanks Sue for a very enjoyable trail.