March 22, 2011

No Muffins and No Lunch

Poxy set the 5.3km run for PB, and in return PB heated mini-pies and mini-sausages for Poxy. Food was swallowed down with super-heated soup after the run. Guest appearances by Doodlebug (from Margaret River, WA) straight from the Spirit and Stormy from Warnambool . Stormy brought along a virgin who allegedly gives yoga classes to cattle for a living and rides a new1300-cc motorbike. She was aptly named Miss-Ile after careful consideration.

Fanny May tried to get in the good books by offering food to all the good looking male Hashers and was promptly told off by the female Hashers. In her clumsy defence she further admitted to the horrified Harriettes that she also makes GoneAgain lunch everyday and brings it to his work when he forgets to put it in his bag. She was promptly re-edumucated and GoneAgain can no longer expect his free lunch - see photo.

Next run set by Lantern on Monday 28th March, 630pm along Shale Road out of Latrobe. Near the pump house? Nothing much out there, so drive till you see something! Runners and Walkers both promised a short run but Runners need to bring a steam cleaner and truck detergent to get the muck of themselves afterwards. Iodine tablets optional.

And also, from Griz on behalf of Burnie:
This week's hi-methane Burnie Hash action comes from boy racer Dyke, using the time-honoured Trailmaster method of setting runs yourself rather than asking anyone else. The grid is to form up at Dyke's place, 2/64 Tugrah Road, Devonport next Sunday 27/3/11 , with go, go, go at 5:00pm. Bring a hat, mug, joke, friend, $10, raffle change and extra fuel if you expect more than one pit stop.
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March 16, 2011

Hash Webring?

Ever had that pesky Webring Website pop up on our site and stuff everything up? Prickle has told me about that for months and months,.... and today when Speedhump told me about it I finally remembered. I took the webring stuff off, so let me know if that was the culprit and if all is good again now.

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March 15, 2011

The long and the short of it...

Turners Beach now holds the record for the two shortest runs in Devonport History. The trail circled around Maggie's place and ended on Blackburn Drive under the 2km mark. The elite running athletes amongst us, namely GA and Dint, improvised an extended run trail, as did some of the fanatic walkers. Tucker and booze made up for lack of trail plus we had a brilliant circle with virgin lip GoneAgain. Special mention also goes to Flasher for the excelent raffle prizes on offer which tonight included stolen and otherwise illegaly procured property.

Next run from Poxy's Place in Eugene Street, Devonport. Also don't forget Lunar Hash is running next sunday (March 20th) from Fern Glade Falls, just out of Burnie (5pm).

Young ladies on electric scooter kept a close eye on the old
buggers running in the shadows of their hood...

March 11, 2011

Cummin Up

Next run is 14 March 630pm at Maggies place in Turners Beach
( 1 Crosby Street)

FYI from Grizzly

March 20th 2011—LoonRhasH @ Fern Glade, Burnie (BT)
April 18th 2011—LoonRhasH (Devonport Hares)
May 28th 2011—Burnie HHH AGPU
June 11-13th 2011—Chardonnay Highland Fling @ Bronte ParkOctober
16th.2011—Burnie Ten
November 11th 2011—Global Harriettes (on Full Moon date!)
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March 5, 2011

Back to normal...

What is normal in any case? Devonport’s Monday r*n is 6.30pm from Parramatta Creek, with the On On back at Bells Parade in Latrobe. Guess that is about as normal as it gets, and normally it is pretty fricken cold there at Bells Parade too....

Anyways, as most of you who lived to tell the tale know, we have survived NashHash. Everything went surprisingly smooth despite the Mismanagement Committee having dozens of volunteers getting in the way of everything. It is hard to serve pizza when you are hungry, or beer when you are thirsty,...

We seem to have left Hobart in tact, albeit a little shell shocked. The staff at The renowned Ball and Chain steak restaurant at Salamanca Place for instance were reluctant to serve selected Hashers wine with their dinner, presumably based on a recent bad experience they had with people wearing similar bad taste t-shirts to ours. Perhaps we are not their target audience.

Many of us strayed into the MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) at Moorilla on the way home, and nobody was left un-impressed. How could you not be impressed by a museum that offers free entry, is open till 11pm, has the best restaurant (The Source) and several good cafes, offers accommodation (The Pavillions) and has 150 'c#nts' on display, a poo-machine,  a morbidly obese Porsche, knowledgeable staff on each corner, a high tech iPod guide to explain everything you see complete with artist interviews and at the end of the visit can even email you a link of where you walked and what you saw in the museum.


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