Come and join the only hash in the world that runs on a live volcano. The Soufriere Hills has erupted more than Mt St Helens, but that doesn't deter a hardy bunch of harriers and harriettes who defy the mountain in the best traditions of the Hash.
See the deserted streets and houses of the recently reopened Exclusion Zone or explore the lush rain forests of what is justly named the Emerald Isle. And don't worry if you're not fit - we don't take the exercise too seriously (as opposed to the drinking) and there are always separate trails for runners and walkers to cater for all stamina levels.
|Three of the Founding Members of MAHH show off their superior fitness...
(Write ups of the 50th and Boxing Day runs will follow shortly if anyone is sober enough to remember what happened.) In the meantime the old text will remain on site...
OK. This is it. The one you have been waiting for. Yes, its run number FIFTY and its just round the corner. Four years of hashing since the first run on 2 December 2000 and now the biggest milestone to date has been reached. Don't miss this event which will be set by some of the 'original' hashers and guaranteed to be a great day out. We now have new T-shirts thanks to Tom Tom and there will be lots of other surprises on the day. So make a date in your diary for 11 December at 14.00 (yes, 2pm not 3pm!). Venue will be notified.
Last time out: A good road trail set by Chatterballs and Dead Eye which saw the pack slog their way up from Lime Kiln towards Salem. On reaching Desert Storm some hashers followed the rules impeccably ("no bars should be passed") and remained in that establishment for the duration. Others continued on the trail which skirted Rams and round the corner past the Notional Trust before heading left and a long and welcome ON ON back to the beach.
The hash photos I have are now on the sister site: www.mahhphotos.8m.com. as we have used up our allocated web space on this site.
We now have a link to the main hash website with an extensive
list of songs. Check out 'songs' on the left hand navigation bar.
Can't remember who's who? Check out the 'Who We Are' link on the left
hand navigation bar.
Special thanks to Sally McGee for her help in setting up this
website. On On!