Sunday, April 04, 2010


Challenge of the long log over lots of water!
New member Vanessa from NZ

Guests for the evening

Hares Cheryl and Sue waiting to get the food going.. yummy fillings with pita

Hare Alison celebrating 900 runs.

RUN NO. 2171
DATE: 30 March 2010
SITE: Lucky Gardens
HARES: Alison/Sue/Cheryl
FRONT HORN: Pee Wee BACK HORN: Trailblazer

Exploration of uncharted terrain - They said she was unsinkable....98 years ago, we are now ready to test again....
Arrival at the hash site was delayed for the writers due to congestion in local transport routes. Many other would be explorers experienced similar problems and set off late.

The experience of the night’s leaders in charting a challenging course was immediately evident. Between them they had completed 1751 previous voyages. The route for the night used wide, clearly marked trails and spectacular edifices had been created to facilitate the crossing of the many water courses. Actually, there was a choice of two routes, one being approximately double the length and the cunning use of bridges meant that hashers could keep their feet dry at all times.
It was interesting to read Alison’s reminiscences of the last 20 years of Women’s Hash. When did Brunei Hash House Harriettes become Hen House Harriers?

The Shout Up contained the usual conglomeration of events with an addition of a new member, a returning hasher, notices about a memorial run for Road Runner, Nash Hash and assorted community activities. Mad Marg was keen to give the hashit away at the shout up but alas everyone ducked for cover and there were no takers.

NEXT RUN: SPG 37 JlN MANGGIS II (Signed from old Tiong Hin roundabout - TITANIC RUN
HARES: Sid & Fiona