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IN THIS ISSUE:“… It’s a long, long while
From May to December
But the days grow short,
When you reach September.”
…. September Song by Kurt Weill
Autumn each year, like the autumn of our lives is a reminder to cherish and celebrate each passing day. Make this a September to remember with a bountiful harvest of trails and tales to keep you warm on those long winter nights.
In this edition we fondly remember Pat “Plastic Paddy” Sweeney, a friend and hashman extraordinaire, who accomplished what most of us can barely imagine in our wildest dreams.
Celebrate Japanese culture with gushing geishas galore as the notorious Hell Kitty Tour returns to the Land of the Rising Sun. From Tokyo International take the first Full Moon flight to Transylvania for a frightful Halloween night in the shadows of Count Dracula’s castle. Dress to impress on the train from Bucharest to Transylvania where unlimited supply of Ursus Beer will quench your thirst while vampires arise from their coffins.
Brew News: What is a German brew meister doing in the fabulous Philippines? Michael Schittek brews German style craft beer at Pinatubo Brewery in Angeles City, Pampanga. Ten German style brews are on tap, along with authentic German food. Stop by for a liter or two. My favorite is “Dark Angel”, a dark colored lager with 5.6% ABV and an IBU rating of 20, reasonably priced at 80 Philippine Pesos for a 500 ml glass.
Off to the Peruvian Amazon to hash with the piranhas in Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu. Dangling your arms and legs off the side of the boat is highly discouraged when the piranhas are hungry.
Hash in the Holy Land where Israelis and Palestinians agree that beer can help make anything better. Continue your pilgrimage deep into the Dark Continent, where Head Mistress meets up with hashers from Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia for the Jinja Relay. Run for fun and dance the night away at this unique event.
Add fiber to your hash diet when Hash Boy introduces the Shiggy Bar to keep you regular. Sir Malibog reveals the depths of his depravity, his offbeat wit, and tedious twaddle in this edition of the Stockholm Absolut Hash Trash. Read it at your own risk.
Jim Edens, Publisher
Harrier Magazine International Edition
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