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Ever wanted to combine two of the best things ever, tailgating and hashing? Welp, JAG and Hops are happy to oblige.
Trail Details: 2.69 miles, shiggy .69, 2pm start, 2:30 pack away, circle up and hotdogs by 5pm, your own shenanigans for the 7:30pm kick off
Start: On Village Drive near the law school across from Corey Village. From SW 2nd Avenue head south on Village Drive, pass the law school and we will be on the left hand side. Look for a navy blue tailgate tent on the East side of the road.
At 2pm there should be parking around there, but try to carpool if you can. There is plenty of public transportation. Please no drinking and driving. There will be plenty of cops out in force!
Hash Cash: $7 (beer, jello shots, hot dogs)
Prizes for people who bring exact change.
Bring IDs and cash for extra credit stop.
Attire: gator or GATR gear
update your rsvp by Friday noon
Awwwwwwww sheeet, it’s another White Stuff and Menage trail. And we are taking the shiggy to the outward reaches of the AC (yes, it’s over the county line, whatever Pink Taco)! Git ready for some mud, some roaring engines and all things that will make you yell ‘MERICA!
Hares: Ignore the White Stuff & Menage a Frottage
When: Sept. 20, 5:30 pm, hares away at 6
Where: 7967 SE County Road 337, Trenton, FL.
Update: Park at the Package Lounge for start. There’s overflow parking around back.
Length: 2-3 miles
What to Bring: $5 hash cash, $10 if you want to stay for the glory of the mud bog races. There will be hot dogs and orange food after. Definitely bring a Dry bag and change of clothes and probably a towel. Bug spray, whistle, flashlight or cranium lamp, drinking vessel. Closed toed shoes are advised! ID and extra credit, there will probably be drink specials at the lounge. CASH ONLY!
Update: On-after – There are concessions available whether you’re there for the race or not. Bring cash or your own stash.
If all goes to plan, we will cheer White Stuff on as he attempts the ditch with his pretty white jeep.
This is also Menage’s birthday trail, so be ready to make her a mud pie!
Oh, and if you go and park at the bog, do NOT park under the one tree, that’s Charlie’s tree. You do not want to take the spot of a man with a big pink truck.
Trail: Friday the 13th Full mOOn trail
Harriettes: Giardia, HOPs, 4 Finger Whore
Shiggy: 2-4 and ~3 miles
Hash Cash: $5, second time free
Start: TBA: NW Gainesville
Start: Parking lot in front of Gainesville Community Ministry Thrift Shop, 5001 NW 34th St. (Behind El Indio)
Time: 9pm, 9:15 hares away, 9:30 pack away
What to bring: hash cash, ID, virgins, bug spray, flashlights, whistle, howling voice
If you want to have drinks before start, hit up Sandy’s Place.
Trail: ~6.9 miles
Beer stops: 6.9
Attire: come dressed as your favorite GATRH3 trail (Out of towners … make up whatever and tell us how awesome that theme trail was)
Hash cash: $10.69 (or $11 with a .31 cent donation)
Trail Info: meet at 6329 SW 13th Street any time after 12 noon to set up for camping.
Registration 5:30-6:15pm, trail at 6:30
On-After party with bon fire, crash space, and camping shenanigans to follow circle.
March 15, 2014
Hares: HOps on Pops and Pink Taco
Meet – Mother’s Irish Pub
5:30-6:30pm dinner and drinks on your own or with at Mothers
6:30-7:30pm trail starts
7:30pm hares away
We’re gonna have a half- @#$ trail to pre-lube, howl at the full moon, and ring in the official St Pattys day celebration.
Trail 1.69-2.69 miles, shiggy .69, $5, green attire. Bring a change of clothes if you don’t want to wear hash attire to band at the on-after at the Jam. It is Bra-Rock. No bras required
January 25, 2014, 5:30 pm
Hares: Just Kelly and Pink Taco
Start: Crescent Lake Park, St. Petersburg, FL
Hotel: Magnuson Hotel Marina Cove
We have a room rate of $39 at the Marina Cove under the name “St. Pete Runners.” Contact Courtney Lee at 727-867-1151. http://www.marinacoveresort.com/
We have invited the Bay to Beaches and Jolly Roger hash groups since we will be in their territory.