Wednesday, December 26, 2007

The Boxing Day Hunt


The Vale of Lune Harriers, and the Three Counties Bloodhounds, left the Longlands in Carnforth at 11-30 this Boxing Day morning. The photo on the right is as they arrived at Borwick, around 12-30, for mulled wine and a breather.
The Master of the Hunt set them off well at Longlands by wishing us all a Merry Christmas and telling us that, after 5 years of 'bollocks to Blair', it was now time for 'bollocks to Brown'. Hundreds of hunt supporters then joined him in a rousing chorus of: "Bollocks to Brown". The hunt then set off into the Lancashire countryside.

2 comments:

Mark Wadsworth said...

Classic stuff! You seem to have had nice weather for it.

Gregg Beaman said...

It was great hunting weather, so I thought but bear in mind I grew up in inner city Manchester! It was a great day.