Oh, look! A snack!

If you live near Fitler’s Square, you might see spots of orange flour on the sidewalk or street posts. I haven’t heard the call, “On on…,” but unless I miss my guess, I think it’s one of the trail markers of a local club of Hash House Harriers.

What’s funnier than a bunch of runners in red dresses is that my dog always looks at the flour and thinks that somebody left a meal for her on the sidewalk. So for all you hashers out there, if I don’t stop her from eating it first, here’s hoping you don’t lose your way!

2 Comments so far

  1. jen (unregistered) on February 25th, 2007 @ 12:42 am

    for a second there i thought hash house meant something else and was wondering how they got away with this quite so publicly. i still can’t figure out how they run and drink beer at the same time, don’t the bubbles go nuts in their stomachs?

  2. Matt (unregistered) on February 25th, 2007 @ 8:17 pm

    Most of the drinking is after the run, though many runs have a beer stop somewhere. I was on one run that had a beer/water stop because it was bloody hot that day. I took a sip of beer on principle and a tall cup of water.

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