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2nd Saturday Beer & Hashing Trail
Join us for our bi-weekly "hash", a scavenger hunt for beer! Every 2nd & 4th Saturday about 20-30 hashers get together for a social outing. Run or walk, drink or don't, it's always a good time. Check the "about" page for more information on hashing. The following information will be updated as details become available. About a week ahead of time we'll have a location. The closer to the event the more information we can provide. Hares: Trail Name: Theme: "Shiggy": ___, Shiggy Meter ( Dog Friendly?: Route: Meet at ____. Look for the people in the cool socks. Usually 2-3 miles and will take 3-4 hours. Cost: $5 "hash cash". Includes free beer from start to finish. # of Beer & Shot Stops: On After: Join us at ___ after the hash for some food, drinks, and good times.

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What we're about

The Hash House Harriers (H3) is a “drinking club with a running problem” — or, more specifically, an international group of noncompetitive running clubs that enjoy socialization and drinking before, during and after their runs. We Hash on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month unless otherwise noted.

A hash is modeled after an old-fashioned British paper chase. One hasher, designated as a “hare,” marks out a trail using chalk or flour, usually setting false trails and obstacles along the way. Fellow hashers, known as the “pack,” follow the hare’s trail, which traditionally leads to beer.

There are many variations on this theme, from urban hashes that are essentially running (or stumbling) pub crawls, to rural hashes that more closely resemble orienteering. Some hashes are “family friendly,” while others are thinly disguised excuses for drunken orgies. Charleston Happy Heretics is a middle of the road Kennel. We hash downtown, we hash in the marsh, we hash wherever the hare lays trail.

If you can walk, stumble, crawl or otherwise perambulate in some fashion, you’re qualified to be a hasher. In fact, even if you can’t do any of those things, we’ll find a use for you.

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