August 26, 2011

Crowing About the Stone

The motley crew assembled inside the shady Oz Rock cafe, HQ de la Crow. A threatening sky did not deter the brave hashers to head into the dusky hood of the Stone, it was perhaps with some mild enthusiasm that they hit the trail. Runners headed West as the walkers obediently followed directions to the East. The walkers hit the Indian arrow within 100 yards and proceeded on instinct. Runners ran off into the dark as walkers continued in the runners invisible footsteps.

Anticipating a Rambo and Whimps junction the walkers continued with slowly dissipating enthusiasm. What remained of their initial enthusiasm was thwarted by the look of an ominous hill on trail.All but the toughest turned around here; Tracka, GoneAgain and Ringo forged uphill with an indecisive Mable trailing behind. It was with great relief they stumbled upon the HHH before the true ascent took affect. GA armed with iPhone directions pointing to the most direct walking route to the buckets was overruled by Mable who cunningly led us back to the Oz Rock Inn with his built-in primate talent.

Raffle and Tucker were gratefully accepted, alcohol consumed, down downs swallowed with pride and we shall all meet again at BaldEagles abode next Monday night at 630pm 29 August 2011AD25 Torquay Road, East Devonport.

Oh, and this weekend's Adopt-a-highway boozup is postponed :(

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August 25, 2011

Adopt-a-Highway Cancelled this weekend!

There is a 95% chance of rain next Saturday, the day we are scheduled to clean our bit of highway. Tentative next date is same time but on Saturday 29 October 2011. Keep this day free!

August 22, 2011

Hash Up and Cummings 2011

(click on posters to see full size!)

Yes, you are invited to Dyke's part! RSVP now!
  • 2pm on Saturday 27th of AugustHash Cleanup: Come to our stretch of highway at the Wattle Hill Caltex Service Station for the 2011 Adopt-a-Highway clean up. 
  • August 22nd, Monday 6.30pm— r*n set by Crow from the Oz Rock Inn, Beach Road Ulverstone. 
  • September 10th, 7pm - Dyke's Party at Oz Rock!
  • September 12th, Monday 6.30pm— LoonRhasH combined with Devonport H3 @ Molly Malone’s, Devonport.
  • September 17th, Saturday — Devonport Hash’s le Tour de Pisse - see poster below
  • October 15-16th— Burnie Hash’s Burnie Ten weekend, roll on up for the greatest slow on earth. The circus is in town….Cirque du Foleil… see flyer below. Greeat r*, hot pool, usual venue, 448 West Mooreville Road, Burnie. Campers and campervans welcome as always. Send in the Clowns...
  • October 29-30th—H5 Oktoberfest @ Bruny Island - see flyer below...
  • November 11th—combined Global Harriettes Day and LoonRhasH
  • November 12th, 6pm—The Hash Spring Ball, starts from the Shoreline Hotel, Howrah. Cost $60, more details to follow soon….
  • December 11th—Sunday LoonRhasH combined with Burnie HHH
  • December 18th—Burnie Hash Christmas R*n
  • December 19th—Devonport Hash Christmas R*n
  • Interhash 2012 May 22-27th, Borobudur, Jogjakarta, Indonesia!!! Rego Price increase end of August !!!
  • Aussie Nash Hash Brisbane, May 4-6th, 2013 
  • Interhash July 2014 Brussels, Belgium - I’ve pledged! Think about it… Seriously!

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August 17, 2011

Redemption is Nigh

Reminder for everyone and anyone who has ever Hashed in their life, here is your chance to redeem yourself for 2010/11: Come to our stretch of highway at the Wattle Hill Caltex Service Station for the 2011 Adopt-a-Highway clean up. Meet opposite York Street on the highway, just past Latrobe at 2pm on Saturday 27th of August. Spend a couple of hours showing off your best Hash Gear to passing motorists as you scour the ditch for roadkill and raffle prizes. We will be issued with all the necessary equipment to do our job. Be there!

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August 15, 2011

City 2 Turf

 A wicked wet and windy night failed to deter a hardy pack of 12 from searching for the frothing dots of self raising flour over a wide area of Devonport's least fashionable addresses. The r*nners were soon back home and into the sherbets and nibblies. The wa*kers took an hour longer to return, as they were on the same trail, probably about 8km in length and very attractive in the dark it was, too. No f*kn idea where we went, and forgot to turn on the r*nkeeper so I'll never know.
There was one lonely chip left in the bowl when we returned and no one would eat it in case it had been somewhere seriously unhygienic. Dyke soon brought out the main event and it was too hot, and then he brought out dessert, and it was too cold. Luckily the port was just right, so we drank it all up. Cheese and Dini were in charge of the rigged raffle again and made a crushing loss, and Bald Eagle won something he actually wanted. It would never have happened with Flasher in charge. Crow won the porn and was very impreessed with the twins on the front cover, I didn't have the heart to tell him there was only one. A little pack with a very big heart this evening, way too many bad jokes, a really good night.
Next week's Devonport r*n 6.30 pm Monday August 22nd is being set by Crow from the Oz Rock Inn Ulverstone. And don't forget the Burnie r*n this coming Sunday from the Penguin Golf Course starting at 3pm.
On On Dini

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August 10, 2011

Go Forth and Divide

 A pack of thirteen set off from the Grange on a night when the weather said "stay indoors you dumb b*stards", but Hashers never listen, do they. This was a note run for the illiterati, with Hare Killer providing photographs instead of written instructions. The first picture revealed Guardsvan's house, so off we all traipsed up that blooming jolly big hill, slopping and sloshing as the muddy water gushed by. The walking and running packs split here. Next picture for the walkers was of the Pub, and so keen were we to follow that instruction, none of us hung around to find out where the runners were off to. Dint arrived at the pub around the same time, banging on about there being no trail, so Tracka gave him instructions ("f*ck off, any direction you like"). Once inside the Pub we realised that it was almost closing time, the barmaid needed help to clear the beer lines so we applied ourselves to the task. The Sav Blanc lines were full too, apparently.
 Duty done, the next picture we opened showed the shop, but most piked and headed for home. Back at the Grange the pack dived into Lucky B*tch's superb nosebag and bevies, and some of that deja vu chocolate cake. Crow poxied the lip and delivered downs with a randomness that only Fastway couriers can match. Dini and Cheese stood in for absent Flasher, raffled everything all at once, and blew the raffle budget big time. PB's beautifully twice-knitted scarf was won by Dint, it was long enough to wrap aroud his neck eight times but only long enough to go around his head once. FC made a welcome return for a cameo run, and Thrust dropped by later to see what she'd missed out on.
Next week's run is from Dyke's place, 2/64 Tugrah Road, Devonport.
On On Dini

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August 7, 2011

Here cums the Fuzz

A small pack engaged in a dampish stroll around Latrobe's north side, studiously avoiding any bits of Black Tracka's trail which were deemed excessively soggy, a danger to sissy white shoes or in any way liable to mess up one's hair. Even the r*nners hashed the guts out of the muddy bits. The on on was removed to the relative comfort of Tinsel's garage for bevies and some great nosh. Dim sims with peas and corn, pasta with peas and corn, and chocolate cake with peas and corn for afters.
The wrigged wraffle had a homespun flavour with Crow taking home the crocheted velcro gloves and PB winning some knitting needles and yarn. She was quick to showcase her earthy country talents, whipping up a knobbly mirkin-warmer in next to no time. Any fool can make a scarf...
This week's r*n is from Lucky B*tch's place, 10 William Street Forth, and will be set by Killer.
On On
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