July 2017

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In this issue:
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.

Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.
Those days of trails, and travels, and beer.
Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.
You’ll wish that summer would always be here.

The last InterAmericas Hash in Portland is a hard act to follow, but Phoenix will put its best foot forward at this year’s shootout at the O.K. Corral. The fabled days of the Wild West survive and thrive in American hearts and half-minds. Join a gathering of the tribes set to convene in the Arizona wastelands for some desert delights and a rising of the Phoenix.

If you’d rather be Shanghaied in China, running drunk with an egg in your mouth, the Rusty Man Trihashlon is right up your alley. Harriettes typically outperform their male counterparts in this battle of the sexes. The event is touted as “Not for Pussies” but one might wonder why.

The infamous Lagos Away Team joined the hometown harriers and harriettes for a “Hashtounding, Beerful Sexperience”. What happens in Lagos stays in Lagos, but encrypted leaks from unreliable undercover agents reveal incriminating behavior on the part of the usual suspects. Every word of this report should be taken with a grain of salt, followed by a shot of tequila.

Is your next hash hare assignment getting you down?  Never fear, Hash Boy is rushing to the rescue with his EXPRESS HASH SERVICE offering “Everything you need to throw your next hash, delivered to your start in 30 minutes or less!”

Heading to Hua Hin in July, Granada in September, Japan Nash Hash in October, or Indochina Mekong Hash in Laos this November? Luang Prabang is calling you to Run for the Children. Check all the latest event updates, and don’t forget to pack your runners.

Looking ahead to the next edition of Harrier Magazine, which will mark 15 years since our humble beginnings at Goa Interhash in 2002.

I look forward to seeing you on trail soon.
Jim Edens, Editor-in-Chief
Harrier Magazine International Edition
Fun on the run since 2002

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