With leg injuries to hashers an ever present risk, judging from the last couple of weeks, a timely reminder from this week's hare that concrete is a potentially life threatening substance, particularly if you happen to find your legs encased in it when you go for a swim. So do take care while you are on your way to the runsite this week particularly if your first name happens to begin with the letter 'J'.
Songkhla Hash House Harriers' run #1831, Saturday July 16, 2016, 4:30 p.m.
Misdirections: From the Khao Seng intersection take the Old Yala Road for 16km (5.3km from the NYR / OYR intersection at Ang Thong) and turn right just before Wat Kuhn Thong. Proceed along the concrete & bitumen road for 2.0km, then turn left and go 1.2km along the new concrete & dirt road to the runsite. The new concrete is a bit daunting with high drop-offs and is rather narrow – take care; but the dirt road does get better as you drive along it. Runsite co-ordinates are: 7° 01.922' N 100° 38.514' E
Sunday is business as usual at HH3 after last weeks brief interlope, and the hare is Robocop, the runsite being the football field beyond Nern Pijit: from the OHR 4.7k junction turn left for about 12k - past Wat Nern Pijit - then turn right and follow the road for about 1k to the run site on the right at 6 59 16.88 N 100 34 17.84 E. Map below for the directionally imaginative.