December 31, 2009
December 28, 2009
The run started suitable late, well past 7pm, as we trundled up 180 vertical meters to the top of the plantation.
Beer was reliable cold, even spotted some gigantic Heineken cans, Dint tamed the crowd, the wicked wafle was won by 'Coff who was the only one silly enough to buy a ticket (and so she won by default), and the sun came down as expected right on schedule.
Click on this above map to see all the gory detail. Make sure you change to 'terrain view' to appreciate the contours.
Next run by Guardy from the Alison Lizard Quarry: Durkins Road, Kelcey Tier. Bring your own chair.
Also dont forget Dyke's HOFT to Quamby Bluff, be at the Cherry Shed in Latrobe at 930 next Sunday (3 January!)!
WebWanker Mr GA
December 23, 2009
For the rest of the photos click <here>...
And the next run is on Monday 28 December at Dalgarth Park on Dalgarth road, Bakers Beach (Narwantapu).
Dalgarth Road is 2nd turn to the right on Bakers Beach road.
Rest of the RECEDING HARELINE
- 31/12/2009 - Humpy New Year and Blue Loon @ House of Hump - 120 Mount Street (Corner of Burton and Mount) at 7pm. Wear something Blue to match the Blue Moon and bring food and booze to share and $$$ for a spot of "out on the town".
- 03/01/2010 - Dyke @ HOFT to Quamby Bluff - meet at Cherry Shed in Latrobe at 9:30am.
- 4 January, Devonport HHH set by Guardsvan at The Quarry, Durkins Road, Kelcey Tier. BBQ on on. Bring your own chairs.
- Burnie R*n 1036 - 17/01/2010 - Knickers @ Port Sorell
- 30/01/2010 - High Noon for Full Moons @ Campbelltown
- 07/02/2010 - Trakka @ HOFT ex TBA
- 14/02/2010 - Speed Hump's Valentine's Day breakfast r*n
- 27/02/2010 - Red Dress Run @ Hobart
December 16, 2009
We would like to offer our sincere apologies to Crow. We understand that all will be forgiven at 6.30pm this coming Monday night at the Oz Rock Inn.
Christmassy attire, odd sox, hub, and don't forget your freaking RAFFLE MONEY for a chance to win more great prizes!
December 11, 2009
Many hashers in Tasmania have already offered their support in getting ready for and helping to run Aussie Nash Hash 2011.
We now ask hashers in Tassie to complete a simple online form that will let us know who wants to help, what level of assistance they can provide and what special skills they have that may be put to good use (such as opening bottle caps with your belly button).
The details will be passed on to the organising committee and you will be kept up to date with what's happening.
Click here >>> Tasmanian Volunteers form
Next run run from Cistern's place, Mission Hill Road Penguin...
December 7, 2009
December 6, 2009
Swamp Rd forest plantation, Kindred
Directions - Drive to Forth. Turn west into Kindred Rd (near the hairdressers) and drive 14.3km up Kindred Rd. At about 10km, the road veers right and Swamp Rd bears off to the left as if you were going straight ahead. Follow Swamp Rd past a quarry on your left about 3km up the road and then look for a gravel parking area near a forestry road called "Nicole 2." - This is where the run will start. HHH directional signage will be erected for the directionally challenged and Burnie hashers who can't count past 10km.
See <map here>.
November 25, 2009
- 2nd, Wednesday, 7pm—LoonRhasH #6 Xmas Mooning will be set by Ballpoint @ from the Deloraine Community Centre (near the bridge).
- 20th—Burnie HHH Santa R*n
- 21st—Devonport Hash Christmas R*n
- 25th—Christmas Day R*n @ 8am, The Waterworks Reserve, Hobart
- 31st—LoonRhasH # 7 Blue Moon R*n—Set by Speed Hump: New Years Eve Night on the Terrace, Burnie.
- Hobart: 31st—Full Moon Hash Blue Moon R*n from Thistle and Thorn’s Place, 21 Victoria Esplanade, Bellerive.
- High Noon for Full Moon and LoonR Hash #8 @ Campbelltown - see below
- February 2010—Red Dress R*n Hobart. (?20th?)
- June 12th, 2010—Highland Fling @ TBA
- July 2-4th, 2010—World Interhash, Kuching.
- February 25-27th, 2011—Aussie Nash Hash, Hobart
Don’t forget you can also get your very own hash email address with
November 24, 2009
Trail was hard to find at first but soon we were all tiptoe-ing through the tiny shiny orchids, and very pretty they were too if you could see 'em. Mona Loona wore holy shoes and High beam wore deformed pants, but there was plenty of flour to keep everyone on trail and a sh*tload of ants really busy.
On back to Foghorn's new beer garden (for which he collected the hub) and after a past-its-use-by-date raffle, the sun slowly set on Who's last lippery for the Hashing year.
Flasher caught in a religious moment.... Hallelujah
Run No. 1487 - 07/12/2009 Dint from ???????????
Run No. 1488 - 14/12/2009 Cistern from 14 Mission Hill Rd Penguin
Run No. 1489 - 21/12/2009 Chrismas run from Oz Rock Inn
November 16, 2009
Mullet and Lenny coming out of the wilderness at dusk...
Downdowns for all sorts of far fetched reasons and a rigged raffle that saw HandJob with three prizes...
Next run set by Tracka from the Henry Somerset Orchid Reserve off the Railton Road somewhere, where we will be at a prime time to trample any of the 43 recorder orchid varieties. OnOn at FogHorns in Talbor Ct of Melrose Road.
Moved over from Perth, we were running with Wigram H3 back home in NZ. Wigram is a pretty non athletic group more interested in walking or jogging to the beer, do you cater for the slow types or are you a pretty full on group like Garden City? Hope to hear back soon
Afterburner & Diaphragm
November 9, 2009
(cool interactive map is <here> - created with iPhone/RunKeeper)
Because no flour was spared, some dim-wits up near Devonfield meticulously removed the trail*, and we returned to base to be met with Burgers and Coleslaw and the undeserving were duly subjected to a couple of Down-Downs.
November 5, 2009
A stirrup cup of plonk from the Hash Bus, a gallop around Turners Beach, then it was back to Maggie and HJ's place for a delicious nosebag and the running of the Beer Barrel Derby. First past the post was Cheese who didn't spare the whip, while Mabel's mount threw him off into the garden. Everyone had a ball on Maggie's marvellous racing machines.
Dyke deservingly took the Hub home for using a drainpipe instead of a garden hose as a smoking device and having to call the fire brigade.
Next week's r*n is from Dyke's house at Tugrah Road, with Mabel as kitchen b*tch.
October 31, 2009
October 30, 2009
the Hare Murray the Rat (Jumbo Haggis) has confirmed.
Full Moon H3 is: 2pm Sunday 1st November at 20 Moomere St, Carlton
October 29, 2009
October 27, 2009
Meet at Oz Rock Inn Ulverstone at 5.30pm for carpooling/pickup/coach/buggy pickup, next stop Dell Luck BBQ area at the Don at 5.45pm for another pick up. Pay $15.00 if you want to drink beer and purchase your own pub meal, don't forget to bring loose change and unmarked small denomination notes for Wrigged Loona Raffle .
Flasher's trail started with a big downer, straight over the cliff behind his house. GoneAgain trying hard to keep up with the FRBs 'ran' over it and ended up flying out of control and into the scrub. In a coughing fit he decided to join the walkers again.
Flasher arranged the bestest food ever, qudos from all who partook in the feast.
Next run at HandJob's 'new' place; 1 Crosby St, Turners Beach.
October 21, 2009
While Crow showered with all his friends at Phillip Island, the rest of us climbed FC's hilly trails. It was great to stretch those muscles again after doing the Burnie Ten the day before. The HHH was in the bush just shy of Been-felt's Road (gee, wish I lived there!). The runners knew their way home, but the true-believer walkers weren't sure where the bush would take them and ended up back-tracking to get home.
Truly the Hash Hound takes a down for her 18th birthday.
Poxy was so well fed at the On On that his banana lounge couldn't take the weight and rebelled.
Next week's run is from Flasher's place, 118 Upper Maude Street, Ulverstone.
October 18, 2009
The runners had a flour trail apparently, and no complaints were tabled from them as they had their mouths full of food. Crow's run was, as always, well catered for. As is not unusual, behind every successful man there is one amazed woman, and today that was clearly 1080 who even won an ice-cube maker for her freezer in the rigged raffle. Food was 5 stars as we have come to expect from Crow.
Don't forget tomorrow's run is at FC's: 191 Stubbs Road in Turners Beach which might be <here>... Just head for Stubbs road and follow your nose. If you get lost just call a friend or ask the audience.
This is how Crow is going to fly. A motorised bathtub is in the making for Philip Island. This carbon unfriendly tub will be completed with fittings and other ornaments to make it into a complete mobile bathroom service
October 12, 2009
OZ ROCK INN
Beach Road, Ulverstone, (03) 6425 1120
5 star restaurant offering a-la-carte menu. Bookings essential. Take-away shop also open day times from summer to the end of Easter.
October 5, 2009
Hash Lip Who is just a learner when it comes to trail markings, but he and a pack of fifteen or so still negotiated their way successfully around the Dial Range bush from the Motocross track, thanks to some excellent work by Hare Bastard. A fine clear evening in the bush, a modest length walkers and r*nners trail, with the On On removed to Pioneer's place for delicious barby tucker, ales and raffle porn on the telly.
They say never to work with children and animals, but little Half-moon along with his mum Creme Brulee and dad Ballpoint enjoyed their visit to Devonport Hash. Cheese was left, well, you know...holding the baby...
Black Tracka's constipation receives an unexpected boost from the Hash Hawker, bringing tears to his eyes.
Next week's r*n will be set by Crow from Ten Eighty's place, Oz Rock Inn, Beach Road, Ulverstone.
On! On! Dini
September 29, 2009
That's right, some of our hashers came in fancy dress. Geelong's victory was long wiped from our memories (what more than 24hrs ago they won), but still the clowns insist on dressing up!
Mable cooked his best ever meal for us tonight by sticking to the KISS principle and multiplying it by 10, and the run... well, I walked and ended up at Mollies for a beer with Bastard, Killer and Captain Crab. Maybe I forgot to look for flour. There were no complaints, except of course about the wigged-waffle which was conducted totally unfairly, giving all the best prizes to some birthday chick in need of a leg opener; Pioneer walked off with a memorable beer glass and a bottle of pink Cowgirl. Oh, and ahum, Dint 'won' the beanie that said he was good in bed - as he can stay in it for days...
Next week's run is set by Bastard in Penguin, from the Motocross just before the hole in the road.
PS Flasher just reminded me Ringo is setting LoonR Hash from Romaine Park in Burnie.
September 27, 2009
....After the airline pilot had managed to land his plane -- albeit bumpily -- following a descent through exceptionally heavy weather, he came out of the flight deck to bid his passengers farewell before leaving the plane. The most memorable comment he received was from a little old lady who asked him politely whether he would please satisfy her curiosity on just one point: "Did we land, or were we shot down?"....
Q) What's worse than raining buckets?
A) Hailing taxis!
September 15, 2009
Guardy pulled off another bloody good effort, which really isn't fair, he always gets a go...
Bald Eagle has inflicted long term psychological damage to his grandson by exposing him to Hash! The poor sod was called LJ, for Little Johnny, a hash-name that Harriettes will generally not go near when he gets to that stage in life. And speaking of Harriettes, Mullet (pronounced MULLEIGH, similar to the french word Malaise which loosely translates to Sicko) brought her horse Lenny again. Dint is in love with this horse and Coff was not impressed when Lenny obediently licked Dint squarely on the lips when he begged it for a lick.
Anyways, on to the more important news... Next week's run coincides with the Brownlow Medal Count and so is held at Cheese's place in Amherst Street, The Stone. Come as your favourite football hero and be prepared for a long night!
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