Thursday, June 23, 2016

Soiled air!

Just in case you find yourself nasally embarassed at this weeks SH3 run,
here are a few suggestions!
This week's SH3 run details are:
Songkhla Hash House Harriers' run #1828, Saturday 25th June 2016, 4:30 p.m.
Hare: Sex Sprinter
Misdirections: From the Ko Yo intersection take the new Yala road for 6.2k then cross the carriageway and take the unused section of road South for 600m to the run site at N 7 05 11.70. E 100 36 39.31 . The run site is also accessible from the Napong side: from the Ko Yo intersection take the old Hatyai road for 4k and turn left. Go about 4k then at the road junction, go straight ahead as the main road bends to the right. Follow the road for 3.4k then carry straight on to the dirt road at a three-away intersection where the hardtop bends round to the left and another road leaves to the right into Napong village.. Follow the dirt track past the pig farm to the very end (about 750m). If this all sounds too complicated, let your olfactory senses do the work! Just roll down your window and follow your nose!
Sunday's (June 26th, 4:30 p.m. or thereabouts) HH3 hare is In-u-endo alias Pong Ning and the directions are: From the Klong Wa  Intersection beyond Macro, take Route 43 East for 8.5k to the Na Mom traffic lights. Turn right and go 800m to the power pylons / dirt road and turn right then go 1.7k to the runsite. Or if you want it in Thai: 
แยกคลองหวะ ไปทางถนนหาดใหญ่-จะนะ  ไปประมาณ 8.5km ตรงแยกไฟแดงนาหม่อมเลี้ยวขวา ไป 800ทางเสาไฟฟ้าแรงสูง ถนนลูกรัง เลี้ยวขวาไปอีก 1.7km จนถึงรันไซต์ วันอาทิตย์ 4.30pm
Finally there is a quiz night on Friday at the Office Bar (24th June, 8:00 p.m.) The quiz master is, ahem, me, so the Hash team should have every chance of making up for last month's debacle. Come along and support and if you have any books collecting dust at home, bring them along as Carsten is in the process of making up a package to donate to the Danish Embassy in Bangkok.


  1. I wonder what that weird Tasmanian has in store for us.

  2. Now with added HH3 directions from "that weird Tasmanian"!

  3. OK, I was the one who soiled the air this time. But last time it was Mii the Dog ... really!

  4. Yardo I'm not wierd enough to swim at Hobart in the winter.... nor even in the summer! You can all expect many mountains, many miles and too few beers!

  5. Seriously, this one is a walk in the park, suitable for old men and invalids. See you there.

  6. Great run Pong Ning, even we didn't manage to make it all the way around your trail. I guess you'll just have to make it easier for us simpletons to find the paper, you know, a big sign or something saying 'Here lies the paper'. At least you've got lots of unused countryside left for your next run.

  7. ...and great checks. Very tricky check backs.