Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Trust me - I have a compass!

Fresh from his triumph last Sunday, when he managed to hijack half of HH3 (mostly female it must be said!) based on flashing his compass and pretending it was a GPS, before leading them backwards down the short run then off for a second circuit of the long run, Kii Leum is in partial control of this week's SH3 run which for reasons too complex to go into, will now be:

Songkhla Hash House Harriers run #1641, Saturday November 17th, 2012, 4:00 p.m.
Hares: Kii Leum and Egghead
Misdirections: from the Ko Yo intersection take the NEW Yala road for 3.5k to the runsite on the left.

Saints preserve us! This is the week that a lot of SH3 regulars seem to have chosen to go off on holday, so if you are in Songkhla this weekend, please try to come along and support the hares who have spent untold hours designing, recce'ing, tweaking and perfecting this run for your complete enjoyment (and won't just be going out to lay it on Saturday morning- honest!).

Sunday's HH3 run in contrast will be completely under the control of Vaseline, who we have mostly forgotten used to be known as KY, and had strange penchants to lay runs using black paper or pieces of old linoleum. Details of its whereabouts are not currently available but will definitely be made known promptly as soon as they arrive.


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  2. Restraints for Mad DutchmenNovember 15, 2012 at 9:05 PM

    Couldn't agree more. Though Kii Leum really needs more of a muzzle and chain.

  3. Laying report: An excellent lay this afternoon (see, told you it wouldn't be done on Saturday!) Kii Leum behaved impeccably and did not require the use of a chain, though other hares did require restraint to avoid them disembowelling chickens, (Kii Leum was not noticed disembowelling chickens but had a satisfied smile on his face back at the run site).
    An interesting run; Don't miss it!

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