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The 80th Anniversary of the Hash House Harriers was a true gathering of HHH clans from around the world. To commemorate this auspicious event, 2000 hashers traveled to Kuala Lumpur to participate in a glorious week of trails and celebrations. Our well seasoned HHH event reviewer, CIA, flew in from Houston to take part.

Agree or disagree with his views; this writer has been to more HHH events than most, and has years of experience reviewing these events. Quick Drawers weaves a “Tale of Two Trails” recounting some of the Mother Hash trails. Bushdiver was on trail in KL too, with his hardcore take on Hashing in Malaysia - where the Hash House Harriers began in 1938.

What’s colder than a witch’s tit in a bronze bra on the shady side of an iceberg?  The “No Wimps Trail” in Minneapolis, Minnesota each January is cooler than cool. Even if you think you are already cool, you haven’t achieved true coolness until you do this one. Don’t be a wimp, join in the fun and be really cool!

Calling all Scotsmen, fair lassies, and anyone who dons a kilt and enjoys a wee dram of liquid heaven every now and then. Word to the wise is that La Union in the Philippines is the place to be on the first of December for the annual Haggis Bash. Breakout the bagpipes and let The Games begin. Just good clean fun with the slight possibility of a hangover in the morning.

From the jungles of Malaysia to snow capped peaks in the Land of the Rising Sun, you can’t keep a good hasher down. Bushdiver journeys to Makino on the shores of Lake Biwa for good times at Japan Nash Hash.

Head Mistress set off for Zambia in search of lions and tigers and crocodiles. What did she find at the 2000th running of the Lusaka Hash House Harriers? Read all about her latest African adventure.

Mijas, in Southern Spain, will celebrate 30 years of hashing this May. So dust off your sombrero and get ready for the best reason to go to Spain in the last 30 years ,and maybe the next 30 years too.

I look forward to seeing you on trail soon. On On!

Jim Edens, Publisher
Harrier Magazine International Edition
Fun on the run since 2002