March 29, 2007

Changes to Receding Hareline

  • 02/04/07 Poxie at PB’s house
  • 09/04/07 Tracka at 98 Best Street
  • 16/04/07 Bastard at Pioneer’s house
  • 23/04/07 Guardsvan TBA


Bald Eagle

March 22, 2007

Receding Hareline

Runs for 26/03/07 and 2/04/07 as per previous posting

  • 09/04/07 Poxie at PB’s house
  • 16/04/07 Bastard at Pioneer’s house
  • 23/04/07 Guardsvan TBA

On On

Bald Eagle

March 21, 2007

Receding Hareline March-April 07

  • 26/03/2007 Dint Argosy Carpark – East Devonport (bring a torch – daylight savings ended)
  • 2/04/2007 Tracka 98 Best Street Devonport (bring a torch, wine tasting available also)
  • 09/04/2007 FK This is Easter Monday.
  • 16/04/2007 TBA TBA

On On


March 19, 2007

Burnie H3 AGPU and R*n 888

The Joint Masters - after weeks of deliberation, consultation and procrastination - have declared that this year’s Burnie HHH AGPU will have TWO themes… Country AND Western!

Yee and Haw (aka Ringo and Urang) will be presenting the

Golden Gut-Arse Awards

on Saturday 14th April 2007 from the Tumworth c*untry music hall (otherwise known as the shed at the back of King Kommunications, North Terrace, Burnie)

The evening starts with R*n 888 starting at 6:30 from the car park at the (country and) western end of (C*unt and) West Beach, followed by a nose bag and the Golden Gut-Arse awards ceremony

$25 will get you a three course meal, some grog*, a badge, (?)entertainment and the world-famous BH3 Anal Report

Money to Phay Ray or Dini by Sunday 1st April (that’s not an April Fool joke)

* hash bucket and some wine available - BYO drink of choice for a big night out


March 18, 2007

A message from your Sponsors....

Dear Beloved in Christ,

It is by the grace of God that I received Christ,having known the truth,I
had no choice than to do what is lawful and right
in the sight of God for eternal life and in the sight of man for witness of
God & his mercies and glory upon my life.

I am Mrs.Sheila Johnson the wife of Mr Harold Johnson,my husband worked
with the Chevron/Texaco in Kenya for twenty
years before he died in the year2001.We were married for ten years without
a child.My Husband died after a brief illness that
lasted for only four days.

Before his death we were both born again Christians.

Since his death I decided not to re-marry or get a child outside my
matrimonial home which the Bible is against.When my late
husband was alive he deposited the sum of US$3.5M.(Three Million Five
Hundred Thousand U.S.Dollars) with a Bank in Europe.
Presently,this money is still with the Bank and the management just wrote
me as the beneficiary to come forward to sign for the
release of this money or rather issue a letter of authorization to somebody
to receive it on my behalf if I can not come over.

Presently,I'm in a hospital in Kenya where I have been undergoing treatment
for esophageal cancer.I have since lost my ability
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is my last wish to see this money distributed to charity
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plundered so much of my wealth since my illness,I
cannot live with the agony of entrusting this huge responsibility to any of

Please,I beg you in the name of God to help me Stand and collect the Funds
from the Bank.

I want a person that is God fearing that will use this money to fund
churches,orphanages and widows propagating the word of
God and to ensure that the house of God is maintained.

The Bible made us to understand that blessed is the hand that giveth.I took
this decision because I don't have any child that will
inherit this money and my husband's relatives are not Christians and I
don't want my husband's hard earned money to be misused
by unbelievers.I don't want a situation where this money will be used in an
ungodly manner.Hence the reason for taking this bold
decision.I am not afraid of death hence I know where I am going.I know that
I am going to be in the bosom of the Lord.

Exodus{14 VS14}says that the lord will fight my case and I shall hold my
peace.I don't need any telephone communication in this
regard because of my soundless voice and presence of my husband's relatives
around me always.I don't want them to know about
this development. With God all things are possible.

As soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of my attorney
who is in Europe as he will be the one to assist you in laying
claims for this funds.

Kindly send your reply to my private email address which is as follows:

Your Sister in Christ,

Mrs.Sheila Johnson.

March 15, 2007

Logo or image for DHHH?

Any suggestions for a logo or graphic for this website? Looking a little pale....


PS Home for one short night, off to Canberra tomorrow morning... No idea when I'll be BackAgain----------

March 13, 2007

Proposed Dates

Proposed Dates (for Devonport HHH).

  • Shortest Run Weekend - June 23,24th 2007
    (to be held at Guildford (if we can get it) to celebrate the shortest day or longest night).
  • Tour de Piss - August 25,26th 2007
    (to be held from Ulverstone following a very tortuous route of around 45km on bicycles (non motorized) visiting at least 7 pubs for refreshment during expedition)
    (trophy presentation dinner to be held on Sat night 25/08/2007 with short recovery ride on 26/08/2007).

Gunn's Plains Run

Short summary of Gunn’s Plains Run – Set by Dyke.

Bloody hot day – hope there is no snakes. Get there early (before 7pm) although Maggie & Crow get there later.

Down long driveway (nice sealed road), oops gone too far, “Get off my f***ken road, you idiot” , sorry I will fix it.

Park in single file, wait for on on.

On On – back up driveway, through false trail (can see trail from arrow), on up, up, up to first MC at bus shelter.

Put something in letter box, damn tree trunk won’t fit, on up, up, up, up, cross thru paddock, blackberries, buzzies, watch the wire, blackberries, more buzzies.

Watch the wire, down, down, down (bit slippery here), watch the wire, down, down, down onto main road to second MC.

On down, down, down, down, down, down, down, down look out for the cars, need a piss, down, down, down, CHECK.

Cross road and go up, up, up, up, up, up, up, (stairway to heaven or highway to hell ?), up, up, up, up, up, up, CHECK

False trail, up, up, up, up, up, up, MC. Great view (must have cost at least $60K to put in that road). HHH.

On down, down, down, down, down, down, up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up (not far to go now), up, up, up, up, up, down driveway.

You b***tard, good run, good tucker, cold beer, many down downs, laughter, shut the f***k up, don’t spin the wheels going back up the driveway.

On On, light up bags as we leave, you b***tards, nice shiraz, tim tams and port, ON HOME.

Hope next weeks run at Mabels’ is just as flat.

March 8, 2007

Receding Hare Line - March/April 2007

  • 12/03/2007 – Dyke Dyke’s place – Gunns Plains Road (bring a tow truck)
  • 19/03/2007 – Cheese 33 Amherst Street Ulverstone(bring a paint brush)
  • 26/03/2007 – Dint TBA (Bring a trail)
  • 02/04/2007 – Tracka 98 Best Street Devonport (Bring a torch)

Pig Pen Trip

Pig Pen 2007 (from a visitors point of view)

The motley group of DH3 members (Mabel, Flasher, PB, Thrust and Tracka) attended the annual Pig Pen run at Copping on February 18th 2007.

The trip started at Tracka’s at 8am with stops at Epping Forest (compulsory for food), Campania (for relief), Sorell (for more food) and finishing at Copping at around 11.30am.

All were able to abuse cyclists on the great Victorian bike ride on the road into Sorell and also some local motorists who obviously don’t know how to pass cyclists. Some sysclists even passed them at times.

At the Copping Oval (badly in need of a mow) some hashers were set up in tents, others in campervans and then there were others who were not intending to stay for the bush dance and had just turned up for the run / piss for the day. Being in a valley then temperature was exaggerated somewhat and it would have been at least 30 degrees may be more, no breeze to speak of, just hot really. We registered and received the compulsory badge and the promise of cold beer and food after the run. The hares called all to a circle and mentioned that there would be 3 runs, the short walk / run (about 6km) “the pork hunt”, the medium run (about 10 – 12km) “the ham hero” and the long run (about 18km) “the iron swine”. All DH3 chose the medium and at the appointed time off we went. Mabel led the pack (dangerous I here you say) as all runs started in the same place and went up past the cemetery, past a vineyard and up a reasonable hill to a fence jump and then down into a newly planted forest. The heat was oppressive as we came upon the first sign directing the hunters in one direction and the heroes and swine in the other direction. We were warned about snakes but had not seen any at this stage. The pack spread over quite a distance and the black sandy soil absorbed and reflected back the heat and eventually there was a drink stop. Only water and not cold but enough to wet the whistle and pour over the head to provide some relief. Mabel and Flasher being the fitter of the crew had disappeared by this stage leaving PB, Thrust and Tracka to bring up the rear. Tracka got lost just after the drink stop and had to be brought back onto the trail by PB as it wound it way back out of the plantation and across some paddocks to a saddle and then down again via more paddocks and short undergrowth. The second drink stop was a welcome sight as more water was poured over heads and the hare joined us for the run back to the on on.

A nicely set trail with some interesting hills and valleys and good use of territory.

The On On was ok but the hash hops did not have the beer set right and most was wasted because the beer was not cold enough and you basically ended up with a mug of froth. The ginger beer was ok though. A compulsory down was had by all for visiting and the lippery went for ages and ages. In fact we all disappeared whilst the lippery was still running to enable a stop for a counter tea on the way home.

Counter tea at Campbell Town was nice but it was still bloody hot and most uncomfortable at the pub. The trip home was uneventful and all arrive safely back at Tracka’s at about 10pm.

Well worth the trip as a good day was had by all and it was good to see many other hash clubs attending as well.

March 7, 2007

Problems posting?

I hear people were having trouble emailing postings to the blog. I am not sure what is happening, but I fiddled and it seemed to be working again. Same email:

As for me, I am busy getting fit in exotic locations. This included Fraser Island, Noosa, Brisbane and Melbourne. Shortly off to continue exercising in Canberra, Adelaide, Alice Springs... So GoneAgain is gone still...


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