These are some of the trail markers or 'plops' you may see on the trail. Each trail is unique and your hare will review which markers they are going to use before trail.
The Hash House Harriers is simply an international group of non-competitive running social clubs. An event organized by a club is known as a hash or hash run, with participants calling themselves hashers and is comprised of hares and hounds.
One harrier (the hare) lays a trail of flour over a course (s)he chooses. The other harriers (the hounds) try to follow that trail to the end where they enjoy munchies and beer (or soft drinks). The typical hash is 3-5 miles over hill and dale, through suburbs, woods, malls, et al. The hash isn't a race, there are no prizes to the swift. Following the trail is the challenge, camaraderie and beverages are the rewards.
More can be found on the wikipedia page
The Treasure Coast Hash House Harriers (TCH3) is a kennel of the global group, Hash House Harriers, and is a 'drinking club with a running problem.' This is an adult running group. It's crazy. It's mad-n-ing. It makes running fun. You can also find more information at ProBoards.
We have began by meeting on Thursdays, but have started our 'Saturday Celebrations'. Our hash events happen primarily in Martin & St Lucie County. We also will do an occassional Special Event or Full Moon Hash. For upcuming Crazy Run's and/or to be added to the direct email list call (772)260-7048 or use the contact form below. On On!
Founded By Gator Hater and Whore Shack
Red Dress Run is always a big event that we look forward to every year & get many surrounding kennels to join for the weekend debauchery. As with any special event we make sure to secure hotel deals for hashers and organize food & fun for everyone to have a great time on the Treasure Coasts. Check our Events page for more information.
It is a nerd run on the Trirail, so you NEED A NERD OUTFIT and you NEED A VESSEL WITH A LID. The vessel and lid is critical so the transit authority doesn't pour your beer out or worse yet, kick these mother fucking nerds off this mother fucking train. We lost some good beverages last year and really tested our welcome on the train. As usual, you will need a whistle, shiggy shoes, hash cash, and a good attitude. It will be hot, so be prepared.
There are plenty of trains heading north and south after we finish circle, check the schedule that best applies to you On After- TBD, but probably somewhere in downtown Ft. Lauderdale There will be three separate hashes on this day. Most of us will use the Trirail to get from point to point, finishing with enough time for people to ride home in the evening. So, every hash will start and end at a Trirail station on April 1st. If you get to the appropriate Trirail station, look for beer drinking hashers in the parking areas.
Do one trail or all three, but hash cash is 10 dollars no matter what. This will get you beer and a lot of it, water, or something not so glutenous (if you need gluten free please let Rim or Shack know in advance). I will make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and some orange food to help you all survive, but it will be a long day, so if you don't like pb and j samiches then bring your own chow.
Keep in mind that we are on the train's schedule not half mind time. If you miss the train you will have a tough time catching up, though it is possible. Every trail, after the first, will start 10 to 15 minutes after the train arrives and the hare runs out from the station. The pack will be expected to be back in time to catch the next train (times are posted at the top). If you get lost, just find your way back to the station and wait for the pack to arrive. We will never be more than a few miles from the station on any of the trails, so you can always just walk back. You are welcome to skip whatever trails you would like and join us at your convenience, but the hash cash is still 10 dollars.
You must buy your own trirail ticket! A day pass is 5 dollars. Arrive with enough time to go the kiosk and purchase a day pass. Trails will be about 2.5 to 4 miles each, so please be prepared to have a full day of merriment (wear sunscreen and bring a cap!).
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