IN THIS ISSUE:
One night in late November,
As close as I remember
As I made my way back home from Monday’s hash.
My feet began to stutter,
So I laid down in the gutter,
And a pig came up and laid down by my side.
I was feeling rather high,
When a lady passing by was heard to say…
“You can tell a man who boozes
By the company he chooses”,
And the pig got up and slowly walked away.
As 2017 comes to a close, and the cooler corners of Hashdom feel a chill, there is no good reason to halt your hashing. You can be as happy as a hog with your favorite holiday grog, and the good company of your Hash brothers and sisters.
If you’ve not yet hashed with the Blue Hens this might be a good time to give them a try. After all, they’ve been around for twenty-five years, and they’re still going strong. If you enjoyed InterAm in Phoenix, what do you think about an InterAm cruise in the Bahamas? While cruise ships are known for fine cuisine, when was the last time you feasted on a platter of Haggis? Come to La Union, Philippines the first week of December for some Scottish Games, Hash & Haggis, and plenty of San Miguel Beer. And don’t forget to wear your kilt.
She sells sea shells down by the sea shore, but has she hashed in the Seychelles? Head Mistress reports on her recent visit to this island paradise.
The First World President of Hashdom was recently proclaimed by Aussies celebrating 50 years of hashing down under. We hope to see Darwin Don, 94 years young, at Interhash Fiji next year.
Be sure to send in your nominations for The Best HHH Events of 2018 for publication in our next edition. We hope to see you at some of these events.
Jim Edens, Editor-in-Chief
Harrier Magazine International Edition
Fun on the run since 2002