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  Reply # 1490224 11-Feb-2016 10:30
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Sounds feasible :) It's mostly gone now anyway, my sprinkler dissolved it.

 

 

So if anyone sees a bunch of lycra-clad souls wandering around  looking lost, it's timmmay's fault tongue-out





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  Reply # 1490255 11-Feb-2016 11:15
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It'd say it's the fault of the person who didn't think through that chalk gets washed away by water!





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  Reply # 1490377 11-Feb-2016 13:52
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Indeed it is the Hash House Harriers but you will find few Lycra clad types - its a social club who end their ~ 1 hour 'run' at a suitable watering hole, e.g. Pub, RSA etc. for a beer or two and food.

 

Its flour or chalk so that it will wash / blow away or be eaten so as to not disfigure the footpath.  If you follow the marks to the circle (called a check) you have to look for the trail continuation up to 100m away - this lets the slower joggers / walkers (we have them too) catch up.  I did say they are a very social group and totally non-competitive !

 

There are five groups in Wellington and you can find where they start and links to their individual web sites here http://www.hashinwellington.co.nz/

 

On On  (as we say on our runs)


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  Reply # 1490912 12-Feb-2016 09:42
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scuwp:

 

Looks like a fleet of TIE fighters circling the Death Star to me.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Protecting the Death Star, surely ! ;) 


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