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The U.K. Nash Hash 28/08 – 31/08/09. Organised by Edinburgh HHH,
Porquerolles Weekend 18th - 20th September 2009
Brief details here.
St Paul en Foret, the famous gastronomic Hash location, lived up to expectations with a delicious salmon or aubergine terrine as the starter followed by perfectly cooked veal or fresh and lightly grilled sole. The vegetable were lightly steamed anda al dente, the way hashers like them. The fresh fruit or chocolate pudding enabled the walkers to replace the calories burned up on the gruelling hash. The wine was served in bottles, posh or what?
The trail was quite good too.
A great walk through the forest, beside the lake,
beneath the trees,
hasher dancing in the breeze.
There was a slight breakdown in the arrangements when the walkers had to wait for an unacceptable eight minutes before the key to the beer car arrived in Pedro's pocket. He made up for this omission by providing icy beer and chilled vin rose.
At the Circle, pleasingly brief, we celebrated the birthdays of Cum Cum and Virgin Mouth. Contessa got a down down for talking about her sex life (further details and images available on www.contessashot.com).
We welcomed visitors Ulf, Gunilla, Paul and Jane. Unbelievably some hashers forgot their mugs so Jingle Balls, Fairy Plunger, Farty Bum and Sneaky Bastard were forced to drink. Shepherds Bush, hairier than before, was thought to be a genetic throwback but he probably isn't. Cumalot got a down down for not providing a run report. Disgraceful, I'd never do that! Iron Lady, Farty Bum, Saddle Sniffer and Rubber Maid/Made were welcome returners. Despite better claims and more deserving cases, Sneaky Bastard was chosen as Shit of the Week but the less said about that the better!
Also see the Receeding Hare Line!
R*n 611: NEXT HASH 31-May
Directions to Madame Mouton’s
Folies Bergère O! là! là!
30th-Anniversary in France Hash *
* With grateful thanks to the (in)famous
HASHERETTES DANCE TROUPE!
31 May 09
Meet at 3.30 pm, for a 4 pm start
Tel Mme Mouton, home 04 93 58 79 03,
mobile 06 20 92 61 43
Tel Co-hare Contessa : 06 15 06 92 14
On-On at 7 pm at « La Terrasse sur St Paul » restaurant,
(20 euros for 3 courses plus bottomless wine and coffee.)
Re-discover St. Paul de Vence as you’ve never experienced it before! Golden nuggets of local history, and the odd anecdote or two about famous personalities, that only Mme Mouton would know! (A clue is in the painting…)
Directions coming from Cannes and Antibes:
Drive the autoroute A8 (or bord de mer) to
Continue along: D6007 towards:
RN7 NICE CAGNES-SUR-MER
Continue along: D6007 / Avenue de Cannes,
Take D136 / Avenue de la Gare
Rue Hélène Boucher
Continue along: Rue Hélène Boucher
LA COLLE-SUR-LOUP VENCE
*(a long dual carriageway with roundabouts, speed bumps and pottery & plant sellers)
At the roundabout, Rond-Point Bachaga Boualam, take the 3rd exit, Continue along: D336 Avenue des Alpes.
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit. Continue along: D436
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit. Continue along: D536
At La Colle-sur-Loup (beautiful view of perched village St Paul to your right) continue straight on up the hill.
Just before reaching St. Paul village, there is a lopsided roundabout with a big, rusty-looking sculpture on it (and “La Terrasse sur St Paul” restaurant). Turn left up this steep hill, pass loads of parked buses on LH side (well, usually!). About 200m up on your left, park in the (free) parking lot for the Fondation Maeght. (Do NOT drive up the hill to the museum!)
Directions from Nice:
Exit autoroute A8 at Cagnes sur Mer, at first roundabout take 2nd exit, go straight on along dual carriageway and follow directions above.
Directions from Vence, Tourrettes sur Loup, La Gaude etc., drive via Vence, down hill past Leclerc supermarket, at roundabout with Total petrol station take RH fork to St Paul de Vence, continue out of St Paul on main road (towards La Colle), and at the first (wonky) roundabout turn right. Follow remaining instructions above to car park.