RUN #1 - The Dili Hash International Division Inaugural Tantawanglo Mad Cow Farm Hash
4-6 May 2012
RUN #2 - The Dili Hash International Division at the Mad Cow Farm Hash Resort
12-13 Jan 2013
For the benefit of the hash travellers, the hare Dangles kept this run short and wet, tracking along the river. Hence the 3.5km length and altitude range from 155 to 189m. A fully detailed view of the run can be found by clicking here
Its been and gone once again. Hosted by Barred and Harrrd Up plus the junior Ups. Attended by :
- Dangles - Brisbane via Canberra
- Horny, Miss Piggy - Adelaide
- Squatter, FroggleSnot - Canberra
- Asian Persuasion, Beth (we forgot to name her !) - Pt. Cook, Victoria
- Pony Boy (renamed Bugle Boy) - Wagga Wagga (this guy is not really a Dili hasher but bats like he is)
- with special guest stars Idadown and Misguided - Dili via Frankston, Victoria
So quite a few kms were stacked up getting to this momentous event near Candelo in New South Wales.
Haaarrrd Up's Run Report
Well, the second meeting of the Dili Hash in Exile (Tantawangalo Chapter) took place at Mad Cow Farm Hash Resort over the weekend. Those who had the balls and confidence in their livers to show up were: two former GMs, Horny and Squatter; Asian Persuasian, his girlfriend Beth who somehow avoided being named, two of his own children and one that he wasn't admitting to; Frogglesnot and Miss Piggy; Pony Boy, who was renamed Bugle Boy because of his thoughtful detour via Aldi in Cooma to produce two mega cartons of Bugle Bay beer (ostensibly. Also because his annual Bledisloe Cup trip companions refer to him as Fartmeister); the guests of honour, of course, Ida Down and Miss Guided on their pre-wedding tour of Australia; Dangles; Capital Kid and the other Little Ups; Pony Boy's red heeler Sallie whose attempted assault on the family flock caused us to formally recognise a new land-speed measure ("Goose Velocity"), Horny and Miss Piggy's two terriers Ali and Alfie (who, beneath a fluffy white exterior and cute button eyes, nurses the heart of Mike Tyson), and our own family dogs of course, Furphy the NZ Huntaway, Dobby the staffy and Holly Huntaway the official Hash Puppy. Only a bunch of Hashers could imagine how much butt sniffing was going on and how little of it was being performed by the canines on the team.
The Hash started around lunch time on Friday when Dangles arrived at Mad Cow Farm, prompting the instant evacuation of one of the recaptured family goats, who must have had some unfortunate encounter with him on a previous visit. Unluckily for her as she chose to bolt up the lane she bumped into Baaarrd Up and Haarrd Up returning with a car full of supplies from the Bega Mall. So the event started with a strenuous goat-pulling contest between Geraldine the Goat and Haaarrd Up, who must have already been drunk as she offered to walk the animal back to the farm, to the considerable amusement of several bypassers who of course chose that day to drive up a lane that normally sees only one sheep-truck a week. (We are now in daily expectation of the RSPCA's call, but really, officer, the goat was only playing dead. And that was only part of the time.)
Anyway, a sensational time was had by all, or by us at any rate, and we wish you all could have been here. Thanks to all who came and hoping more of you can join for the Third Inaugural Mad Cow Farm Hash, which will take place as soon as someone provides us with an excuse to do it.
Stay tuned for the next Mad Cow Farm Hash in late 2013.