|HHHH Trash for Mixed Hash Run 1717||27 August 2011|
|Location||behind Park Village Resort, Buddhanilkantha||Hares||HeBitch, Foxy Lady, Filmy Rabi|
|Hashers||43, of whom 15 paid for beer||Hashit||ooo got it?|
virgins: Sharavesh Dhakel, Sandeep Reddy returnees: Sanjiv Singh, Abighya Aryal
|A Very Approximate Report of What Happened|
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to heaven, we were all going direct the other way - in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only. Yes this was Hash number 1717….
And Now A Little History Of Budhanilkantha
On the Watford scale - On the Watford scale the distance between Watford, England, United Kingdom and Kathmandu, Nepal, as the crow flies: 4560 miles (7339 km) (3963 nautical miles)
And Now A Little More History Of Budhanilkantha
HeBitch, the acting GM, stood on the ridge with his hands on his hips – he sniffed the wind and sneered – "Looking at the mighty scale sculpture of Ananta Shahin Narayan at Budhanilkantha,
one might as well say that a pit of snakes is no less than a bed of roses" he said snorting. "Really, lying on the coiled body of the Ananta Sesa, or the eleven hooded serpent, the stone carving of Lord Bishnu nearby represents profound serenity and utmost peace of mind as it seems to float amidst the natural spring on the lap of the Shivapuri hill range."
The assembled hashers mumbled their agreement. Well almost all the assembled hashers other than the hashers who had just completed the 1st Shivapuri Vertical Kilometre Race - 1000m+ up, 1000m+ down. Jungle, nature & challenge… They mainly groaned and whined. Especially the hares who happened to have completed the 1st Shivapuri Vertical Kilometre Race, laid the hash and were prepared to run it again. One car left shortly before the circle started on account of rain.
And they were off! Like a herd of turtles. Yes folks this 58 minute run was sweet but short. There were some nice views and a lot of whining! Up scrabbled Trouble, The Scholars, DoggyStyle, Pawan, Handcream and Rakov and all seemingly complaining non-stop about the uphill and downhill torture until we all got to the top of the trail and returned back to the on on site. It was then back to whence we came. I forget what happened after that. The end