Veterans’Day Hash

SFH3 run #1954

Hare: Deadbeat; Gobble My Ass

When: November 11 2019, 06:15 PM

Cost: $7

Start: Crissy Beach Parking Lot

On On On: Final Final

Prelube: Final Final

Beer of The Week: Boont Amber


This Veteran's Day hash may or may not celebrate the military origins of hashing - - " . . . Hashing originated in December 1938 in Selangor, then in Malaysia, when a group of British colonial officers and expats began meeting on Monday evenings to run, in a fashion patterned after the traditional British game "hare and hounds", to rid themselves of the excesses of the previous weekend.”  The "naming" tradition also has a military origin, so that hashers could not be identified as either officers or enlisted.

For those who like cosplay:  wear something camouflage (think JDGI’s camo pants) or a military hat!

Special bonuses:

  • Drink check by Just Get it Over With
  • Curated, artisanal snacks - such as Rose Fingerling Potato Chips with French Grey Guerande Sea Salt (from Trader Joe’s)
  • Potential appearance by new father Sir Titty Boo-Boo and yet another SFH3 baby Just Rosalie
  • Actual bathrooms within stumbling distance of the keg - oh wait; never mind; those close at 5 PM
  • Public transportation nearby at the Presidio Transit Center (Muni 43 and PresidiGo)
Note for dog owners: Active coyotes exist on trail. Dogs are safer at home.