HHHi HHHashers:
See my calendar at www.brownbearsw.com/freecal/hashcal and my web site at HHHinChicago.com
Visitors and new hashers (virgins), we start meeting at the listed times and start hashing a half hour later. Time for a quick beer.
Anyone want off this list,
email Horn-E at H3HornEH3 and it will be done. 

Urban hashing in Chicago is returning with some differing conditions. Will advise as best as I know or check their web sites.  Things keep changing and I am just getting out the best info I have at the moment. New hashers or visitors, because of the virus and lock down, many hashes are back yards or parks and laid back finishes. Lawn chairs might be advised. Visitors, we might have a spare. Life is what it is.

Four hashes in a row this weekend. And good weather promised. I know a lot of you are still in Covid Hibernation, but come  on out before you go into Covid/winter hibernation and completely forget what hashing is about.

Thu Sep 17, 2020, 7:30pm The Thirstday Hash,
Back Door Bizzle will hare from Buena Circle Park at Kenmore and Buena. midway between Montrose and Irving Park near the Red Line tracks $5 Hash Cash or BYOB ThirstdayH3.com

Fri Sep 18, 2020, 7:30 PM The First Crack of the Moon Hash.
Lower Wackoff and Just Do Me Slowly will hare from Athletic Field Park at 3546 W. Addison. About one block east of the Blue Line. Meet behind the Field House. Hash Cash $5 or BYOB

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 2:00pm The Bushman Hash,
Horn-E will hare from Linnie Woods on Dempster in Morton Grove and just east of the Metra Track. Yes, you can take Metra and exit Morton Grove. Then walk about two blocks north to Dempster and cross the street. Or Red Line and Yellow Line to Dempster and Pace bus west or by car take I 94 to Dempster and it is about a mile west of there. North side of the street and just before the Metra Tracks. Ladies, remember, this is the men's hash. Harriets are welcome if they have the balls to run witlh us. While we accept creativity, if you don't have the balls the GM will present you with a pair of Golf Balls in a sock and you have to wear them. Many have and received a Bushman Bandanna which proves they had the balls and they don't have to prove it again. Remember, all woods, all the time. $5 Hash Cash or BYOB HHHinChicago.com

Sun Sep 20, 2020, 2:00PM, The Chicago Hash. I'm sure someone will hare, but not sure who or where. Last time I looked they had Crash Test Dummy listed on the Hareline page and no one on the opening page. And no location. So, keep checking the web site. Hash Cash $5 or BYOB ChicagoHash.com

The Tale of the Trail
Sat Sep 12, 2020, The Big Dog Hash, False Advertising hared from Evans Field, wrongly called Jerome Hubbert Woods because of mis communication between the hare and Horn-E. Sorry Stuffin Muffin who arrived late but actually caught some of us on trail and led us. So there were 6 on trail eventually. We started east and then north in a tiny section of woods and immediately lost the trail. I went back to last mark and found trail heading over some grass and into the woods. At the bottom of a little slope was wet lands and a Turkey Eagle Split. Eagle was into the wet lands, actually dry but swamp grasses and razor grass and elephant grass, Hell, it was so high it would take a giraffe to eat from the top. A tall giraffe. And there were some grasses knocked down and a slight trail with traces of flour here and there. The most fun section of trail I ran all year. This was starting out to be the best trail of the year. But it was right after the swamp where the hare dropped his flour and lost half of it to water. So the marks got slight and hidden and mixed up. I led for another hundred yards of good woods before a lost trail. Hooch B4 Cooch and Lifa passed me here and I was stuck struggling to pull 357 burrs out of the hair on my knee and then everyone passed me. But I ran on and eventually found my way out of deep woods and to a path behind everyone else. And this path led back to a real wide path and back to the start. Now that wasn't right. And some of the pack were returning to find trail and where we screwed up. Yep, we missed a False. And so we back tracked and came to the Check and started looking. I lost everyone and wandered through all sorts of paths and deep woods, sometimes seeing two or three marks and then losing trail. Eventually I saw Lifa ahead. He was on some sort of trail, but lost it. Well, he ranged on and eventually headed towards a known path. I kept working that area and finally found the trail and lost it, found it, lost it, found it, lost it. Well, this went on and on. Eventually I found a path and was on trail and running well until I finally came up on Lower Wackoff and Stuffin Muffin, going the the other way, like towards me. I looked around and saw a mark off trail and the three of us were on with Stuffin Muffin leading. About five minutes later we were looking for trail and I realized that this was where I ran into Lifa earlier. I big freakin' loop. I told them and they wanted to run on. At this point I said enough and headed back. They lasted about five to ten minutes before they realized why I wouldn't follow. That trail was almost impossible. So they also returned. We held a Big Dog circle and sang The Hash Hymn. Sweet Low, and soon headed home, muddy but satisfied. Maybe if the hare didn't lose half of his flour.

Sun Sep 13, 2020, The Chicago Hash. Ice Princess was the scheduled hare, with a maybe start at Kaseys. Then on Sat I got word that the location changed to Redmonds where they were having a closing party, busted by to much Carona and other bull shite. And there would be a co hare of Silent But Deadly. Ten hounds managed to show up. All men for the third hash in a row. Don't Chicago Area Harriets run any more. Anyhow we took off under the El tracks and down to Belmont, through an alley and then west for a few blocks and back to Belmont for three long straight blocks. Then we were north on Southport to just past the El Tracks and back to the start. Less the 2.5 miles and 30 minutes. Hooch B4 Cooch led a laid back circle and along came a Harriet. No, not a Chicago Harriet. But soon to be. A transplant. Didn't get her name, but welcome.

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