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My friend Hops already posted this story to Hashspace, but I think it’s important and should be covered here as well. It’s the kind of story I’ve featured here before, a story about hashers rubbing up against authority.
The story under discussion ran in the Feb 22 edition [...]
When I showed up at Hi Corbett Field this morning for the monthly Pedalfiles bash, only one other basher was there: Redheaded Woodpecker, the hare. Which is about what you expect when it’s cold, overcast, and windy. The two of us had just decided to blow off trail and ride to the nearest coffeehouse to [...]
This past Saturday my old kennel, Tucson’s jHavelina H3, held a Bring Out Your Dead hash. The idea, in addition to honoring G on the anniversary of his death, was to lure old-timers who had fallen away from the jHavelinas back into the fold.
The pack assembling at Fort Lowell Park on 2/13/11
Sunday dawned bright and beautiful, which was a good thing because you had to get up at dawn, damn near, to make it all the way to the start in Green Valley, approximately 200 miles south of Tucson, by 10:00 am. Who came? Yoda & Appendage, Flying Booger & Pick’n’Flick, Wet Toe Job, Itty Bitty [...]
I.P. Freely, a 78-year-old Santa Barbara hasher, was hit by a car while crossing a street in Santa Barbara, California Thursday evening, January 27th. He lost his right leg and is in a coma with significant brain damage from which he is not expected to recover.
I.P. was hashing with H3 of Sant’o Barbara at [...]