August 2017

August 2017

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Our cover boy this month is dressed to impress at the Cocktown H3’s 1700th Run, in quaint but curious Queensland. Just how many actual queens reside in Queensland is a frequently debated topic in this proud city.

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July 2017

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It’s finally summertime and the living is easy, especially if you find yourself hashing in the temperate zones of Asia, Africa, Europe or the Americas.

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June 2017

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What does the Aphrodite have to do with this edition of Harrier Magazine? The astute musicologist might recall that according to Roman mythology Neptunus, pictured on the cover of this month’s Harrier Magazine, was a lover of the goddess Aphrodite. In Homer’s Iliad Ulysses is tied to the mast of his ship so he could hear the intoxicatingly deadly music of the Sirens. Ulysses is forever haunted by the lost loves of his travels represented by the naked Aphrodite.

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May 2017

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In this edition:
Like St. Paddy’s Day in March, Cinco de Mayo gives us another reason to celebrate - this month with cerveza, tequila and margaritas.

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April 2017

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Besides providing news about HHH events around the world, one of the missions of Harrier Magazine is preserving the history of the Hash House Harriers. As hash members grow older and pass on to that great hash trail in the sky, terrific tales and faded memories of our glorious past will surely be lost unless they are preserved for new generations who carry on the traditions of the hash.

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March 2017

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In this issue:
The Ides of March are upon us.
We start our March into spring in Tanzania where Head Mistress joins the Dar Es Salaam Hash House Harriers. A block of ice does not last long in the East African sun, so you must be quick to sit on it before it melts, or use it to keep the local Safari Beer cold.

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February 2017

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Hashers will spread like red poppies across Flanders Fields in the medieval village of Kortrijk at Belgian Nash Hash next month. Just another boring April Fools weekend in a UNESCO World Heritage site, with copious quantities of Belgian Nectar of the Gods on tap?

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January 2017

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The journey of a thousand miles begins
with a single step. ~Lao Tzu

This may be one of the best years ever for hashing around the world. The major regional events, namely Eurohash, InterAmericas Hash, Pan Asia Hash and Pan Africa Hash are all held on odd numbered years. What events have been nominated as this year’s best? Read all about the Best HHH Events of 2017 in this edition of Harrier Magazine.

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December 2016

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December starts with a double whammy at the Angeles City Hash House Harriers 2000th Run and the first Angeles City Craft Beer Festival; a marriage made in heaven. Everyone has a favorite beer and a favorite watering hole, so we’ve launched a new “Bar of the month” feature. If you have a pub you’d like to nominate just let us know about it and you might see it in the next edition of Harrier Magazine. Read on to discover which pub is in the spotlight this month. Hashtorian Howard “Dances with Dogs” McKay offers a brief history of the Angeles City Hash House Harriers.

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November 2016

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Slated as the best “small” HHH event in 2016, Indochina Mekong Hash will be held 4-6 November in Siem Reap, Cambodia. This event is limited to 350 participants, a number that is purposely kept small enough for everyone to see old friends who return each year.

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October 2016

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In this issue:
As we head into the final months of 2016 it is high time to set our sights on some outstanding events to finish up this year, and to plan ahead for the year to come. Remember to celebrate the season with World Peace Thru Beer on or around United Nations Day in October.

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September 2016

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The month of September conjures up different images in each of us. As sunny summer days fade into distant memories, leaves turn colors and the days grow shorter in the Northern Hemisphere.

‘Tis the last rose of summer,
Left blooming alone.
-Thomas Moore, The Last Rose of Summer

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