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*** Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines ***

Quarantine Haring Guidelines

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Hash #1931q – A Bitchin Time in the Stiks (Quarantine Style) 11:00 am
Hash #1931q – A Bitchin Time in the Stiks (Quarantine Style)
Sep 5 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Hash #1931q – SA Bitchin Time in the Stiks (Quarantine Style) Hares: BitchinHeat & Fuk Stik Where: Laurel Highlands near Ohiopyle (run start mailed to you) When: Sign Up For a Time Slot Hash Cash: …
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Hash #1932q – Dahn Home Megahash (Quarantine Style) 8:00 am
Hash #1932q – Dahn Home Megahash (Quarantine Style)
Sep 12 @ 8:00 am – Sep 13 @ 5:00 pm
Hash #1932q: Dahn Home Megahash, Quarantine Edition Hares: Moon and Diamond Jim Where:South Park Township (run start mailed to you) When: Sign Up For a Time Slot Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB Join us Saturday …
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DarkSide #65 – HARE NEEDED 6:30 pm
DarkSide #65 – HARE NEEDED
Sep 18 @ 6:30 pm
Who: Sticky Beaver and Plea Barkin What: DS #65 When: September 18, 2020 at 6:30pm, on out at 7:00pm Where: 32 Lower Road, Pgh 15215 40.501389,-79.924653 Why: To run a longer, harder trail and enjoy …
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Hash #1933q – HARE NEEDED 8:00 am
Hash #1933q – HARE NEEDED
Sep 19 @ 8:00 am – Sep 20 @ 5:30 pm
It could be you…
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Aug
5
Wed
TN@ #61: Bitch In Heat
Aug 5 @ 6:30 pm

New safety rules

Must sign up by contacting a hare for hash start location.

Must wear a mask/bandana/buff that covers your nose and mouth.

Must bring your own beverages and snacks. You may want a straw.

You may bring your own hand sanitizer or wipes.

If you are feeling ill, Do Not Come.

If the rules are not followed by everyone then the hash will not happen.
So Please Do Not Be a Dick.

There will be no hash cash since it is BYOE– no beverages or snacks provided.

For the full list of ‘Rona Rules go here.

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The all Pittsburgh kennel-wide Covid-19 Rules are HERE. Read before hashing.

The TN@ kennel is for anyone who identifies as female or non-binary.

 

Aug
8
Sat
Hash #1927q – Folker’s Green Oaks (Quarantine Style)
Aug 8 @ 8:00 am – Aug 9 @ 4:00 pm

Hash #1927q – Folker’s Green Oaks (Quarantine Style)

Hare: Folker
Where: Greenfield/Oakland (run start mailed to you)
When: Sign Up For a Time Slot
Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB
Circle: 8 pm Sunday via Zoom 
Code: six-six-eight-seven-six-one (type in the actual numbers)

Join us Saturday or Sunday for a Quarantine-Style Hash!

Note: You MUST sign up for a time slot to participate, do so here: https://forms.gle/rbJafydGLabbKpre9

Once you do, the run start location and hare’s contact information will be sent to you!

(click here to see what time slots are available: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1b5OOp8rJoB-GgiMOD-i7O-Vlt6ApjfnKQOsoU_GYjvw/edit?usp=sharing )

We are generally recommending that people sign up with a buddy (or your Quaranteam pod) for safety purposes. If you want to participate but don’t have a friend or are concerned about getting lost on trail, reach out to F. Stik, Folker, or Pittsburgh MisMan and we’ll do our best to hook you up.

OVERARCHING DETAILS On Hashing with PGH H3 during the Q
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Pittsburgh Hashers!

The Pittsburgh H3 MisManagement met last week and made the decision to resume hashing, but in a socially distanced way. Hares will set a trail and monitor when people are hashing, hounds sign up for a starting time slot for you, your trail buddy, and – if you want – your “Quaranteam” (your quarantine “pod” that you feel safe with). The current guidelines are below, although these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.

Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· Hares can sign up for dates using the standard calendar. (Hares will sign up with the Hare Raiser and it is okay to post start neighborhood but not full details).

· Full directions must be in to the Hare Raiser to allow two full days prior for the hashers to sign-up.

· Hares should lay trail planning on at least two days of 1/2 hour start time slots. Days are hare’s choice. For example – lay trail Friday or early Saturday and then hash Saturday/Sunday or lay trail Saturday and hash Sunday/Monday.

· Time slots will begin at hares discretion but should end with enough time to finish before dark.

· Hashers have to sign-up for trail. Hare Raiser will include a sign-up link in the hash event. There will not be a group start time. 1/2 hour time slots will be available.

· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 6-8 people.

· After the hasher signs up, a link will go out via email with the trail location and details. We will not post the exact trail location on the website or FaceBook.

· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional runner to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot. Hounds will post additional team members.

· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers must continue to check in when starting the trail and out when finished via Facebook event (or text the hare) to show when they started trail and that they successfully completed it.

· Hares must monitor who signs up and make sure each group signs in and out so they know everyone completed the trail safely.

· Hares must provide their phone number and it will be included in the hash write-up.

· Hares must mark trail in a way that will last at least two full days of hashing – either use ribbon or refresh the flour/chalk each day so the marks are fresh and people can easily follow trail. Remove ribbon after the event. Hounds should not add pack or FRB arrows.

· Considering that there may be a small number of people checking, trails should be well marked and of moderate length (3 to 5 miles), with reasonable checking lengths and clarity.

· Trail difficulty should be considered, treacherous climbs or deep water should be avoided. Trespassing should also be avoided.

· Hashers without Facebook access should team up with someone that can provide sign-up access and trail feedback, or make other plans for communicating with the Hares.

· Hashers should obey the normal social distancing rules if they encounter other Hounds on trail: maintain a six foot distance and wear a mask if passing.

On On!
F. Stik
Your Friendly Neighborhood Hare Raiser

Aug
15
Sat
Hash #1928q – So long South Hills, and thanks for all the f*ckery (Quarantine Style)
Aug 15 @ 8:00 am – Aug 16 @ 6:00 pm

Hash #1928q – So long South Hills, and thanks for all the fuckery (Quarantine Style)

Hares: Anal Eaze & ICP
Where: South Hills (run start mailed to you)
When: Sign Up For a Time Slot
Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB

Join us Saturday or Sunday for a Quarantine-Style Hash!

AZ has lived in the South Hills for 11 fucking years, and it’s time to move on! Cum hash in your favorite part of the city to help her wish the South Hills a fond farewell. She will be wearing her best farewell outfit while laying trail. Feel free to dress for the occasion if you wish. There will be picture stops along trail where AZ would like to see how you are helping her bid this fair part of the Burgh adieu. There may be some liquid prizes in the future for really great quaranteam pics! There will be an album for pics in the event. Get that tech out on trail, so she can see all that South Hills love!!!

Note: You MUST sign up for a time slot to participate, do so here: https://forms.gle/YWwxuQoR4QnsyxPT9

Once you do, the run start location and hare’s contact information will be sent to you!
(click here to see what time slots are available: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1b5OOp8rJoB-GgiMOD-i7O-Vlt6ApjfnKQOsoU_GYjvw/edit?usp=sharing)

We are generally recommending that people sign up with a buddy (or your Quaranteam pod) for safety purposes. If you want to participate but don’t have a friend, reach out to F. Stik, the Hares, or Pittsburgh MisMan and we’ll do our best to hook you up.

OVERARCHING DETAILS On Hashing with PGH H3 during the Q
——
Pittsburgh Hashers!

The Pittsburgh H3 MisManagement met last week and made the decision to resume hashing, but in a socially distanced way. Hares will set a trail and monitor when people are hashing, hounds sign up for a starting time slot for you, your trail buddy, and – if you want – your “Quaranteam” (your quarantine “pod” that you feel safe with). The current guidelines are below, although these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.

Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· Hares can sign up for dates using the standard calendar. (Hares will sign up with the Hare Raiser and it is okay to post start neighborhood but not full details).

· Full directions must be in to the Hare Raiser to allow two full days prior for the hashers to sign-up.

· Hares should lay trail planning on at least two days of 1/2 hour start time slots. Days are hare’s choice. For example – lay trail Friday or early Saturday and then hash Saturday/Sunday or lay trail Saturday and hash Sunday/Monday.

· Time slots will begin at hares discretion but should end with enough time to finish before dark.

· Hashers have to sign-up for trail. Hare Raiser will include a sign-up link in the hash event. There will not be a group start time. 1/2 hour time slots will be available.

· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 6-8 people.

· After the hasher signs up, a link will go out via email with the trail location and details. We will not post the exact trail location on the website or FaceBook.

· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional runner to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot. Hounds will post additional team members.

· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers must continue to check in when starting the trail and out when finished via Facebook event (or text the hare) to show when they started trail and that they successfully completed it.

· Hares must monitor who signs up and make sure each group signs in and out so they know everyone completed the trail safely.

· Hares must provide their phone number and it will be included in the hash write-up.

· Hares must mark trail in a way that will last at least two full days of hashing – either use ribbon or refresh the flour/chalk each day so the marks are fresh and people can easily follow trail. Remove ribbon after the event. Hounds should not add pack or FRB arrows.

· Considering that there may be a small number of people checking, trails should be well marked and of moderate length (3 to 5 miles), with reasonable checking lengths and clarity.

· Trail difficulty should be considered, treacherous climbs or deep water should be avoided. Trespassing should also be avoided.

· Hashers without Facebook access should team up with someone that can provide sign-up access and trail feedback, or make other plans for communicating with the Hares.

· Hashers should obey the normal social distancing rules if they encounter other Hounds on trail: maintain a six foot distance and wear a mask if passing.

Aug
18
Tue
DarkSide # 64 – ABS and AcaDaca @ Station Square-ish
Aug 18 @ 6:30 pm
Who: ABS and AcaDaca
What: DS #63
When: August 18, 2020 at 6:30pm, on out at 7:00pm
Where: 40.4400118,-80.0178618  (Station Square-ish)
Why: To run a longer, harder trail and enjoy the shit out of it!
Bring a mask with you.
If you’re sick, have a fever, have a cough, or have been in contact with someone infected with COVID-19, etc, please stay home!
Aug
22
Sat
Hash #1929q – I’ll Eat Yours and You’ll Eat Mine (Quarantine Style)
Aug 22 @ 8:00 am – Aug 23 @ 6:00 pm

Hash #1929q – I’ll Eat Yours and You’ll Eat Mine (Quarantine Style)
(We thought that was a clever slogan for my senior high school class of ’69.)

Hare: Noah
Where: Fox Chapel (Run start mailed to you)
When: Sign Up For a Time Slot
Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB
Apres: Rolling “Not and An Apres” (No-Pres) – Details Below
Sign-Up: https://forms.gle/y3AqkPVubr4fLwLi6
See Available Slots: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1b5OOp8rJoB-GgiMOD-i7O-Vlt6ApjfnKQOsoU_GYjvw/edit?usp=sharing

Noah is now turning 69 and coming up on 40 years of hashing.

This also marks the one-year prelube to the 5th Quinquennial Oldzheimers hash scheduled for 2021. For now, enjoy a leisurely stroll through “my neighborhood”.

Trail will have its ups-and-downs. Dog-accessible – but with some short steep sections , and most of trail will require that any dogs be leashed.

Also, read on re: dogs at the “No-Pres”. We will be using public trails. Please be respectful and distance yourself from non-hashers.

After consultation with and blessing by mismanagement, we are going to try a “No-Pres” – an after run refreshment stop nearby.

Note that this is not a gathering for any large number of people, but rather a post-run “rolling relaxation” opportunity. Beer and some snacks – maybe more – will be provided.

The idea is to provide something like what would be available at a picnic shelter in terms of a place for people to hang out for an hour or so with a limit of 12 people at any one time. Social distancing is requested, and there is plenty of room for that. Anyone entering the house is required to wear a mask while inside. Dogs need to be under control as many neighbors walk their pets (mostly on-leash). All no-pres activity, aside from using the facilities, will be outdoors regardless of weather.

Noah may or may not be around when you arrive. But there will be a cooler with beer. And a note in the window granting permission for you to be there in the unlikely event that a nebby neighbor decides we are irresponsible hooligans and calls the friendly FC Police.

Watch for real-time FB posts re: anything that might go sideways, including bad weather.

No-pres location, is about .5 mi from entrance to Shadyside Academy near the Presbyterian church (if you come via Rt 28 you will pass the church on your way to the start):
125 Springhouse Lane
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Phone: 412.580.0137 cell
412.968.5834 landline
On-on!

Notes on Q Hashing:

We are generally recommending that people sign up with a buddy (or your Quaranteam pod) for safety purposes. If you want to participate but don’t have a friend, reach out to F. Stik, the Hares, or Pittsburgh MisMan and we’ll do our best to hook you up.

OVERARCHING DETAILS On Hashing with PGH H3 during the Q
——
Pittsburgh Hashers!

The Pittsburgh H3 MisManagement met last week and made the decision to resume hashing, but in a socially distanced way. Hares will set a trail and monitor when people are hashing, hounds sign up for a starting time slot for you, your trail buddy, and – if you want – your “Quaranteam” (your quarantine “pod” that you feel safe with). The current guidelines are below, although these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.

Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· Hares can sign up for dates using the standard calendar. (Hares will sign up with the Hare Raiser and it is okay to post start neighborhood but not full details).

· Full directions must be in to the Hare Raiser to allow two full days prior for the hashers to sign-up.

· Hares should lay trail planning on at least two days of 1/2 hour start time slots. Days are hare’s choice. For example – lay trail Friday or early Saturday and then hash Saturday/Sunday or lay trail Saturday and hash Sunday/Monday.

· Time slots will begin at hares discretion but should end with enough time to finish before dark.

· Hashers have to sign-up for trail. Hare Raiser will include a sign-up link in the hash event. There will not be a group start time. 1/2 hour time slots will be available.

· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 6-8 people.

· After the hasher signs up, a link will go out via email with the trail location and details. We will not post the exact trail location on the website or FaceBook.

· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional runner to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot. Hounds will post additional team members.

· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers must continue to check in when starting the trail and out when finished via Facebook event (or text the hare) to show when they started trail and that they successfully completed it.

· Hares must monitor who signs up and make sure each group signs in and out so they know everyone completed the trail safely.

· Hares must provide their phone number and it will be included in the hash write-up.

· Hares must mark trail in a way that will last at least two full days of hashing – either use ribbon or refresh the flour/chalk each day so the marks are fresh and people can easily follow trail. Remove ribbon after the event. Hounds should not add pack or FRB arrows.

· Considering that there may be a small number of people checking, trails should be well marked and of moderate length (3 to 5 miles), with reasonable checking lengths and clarity.

· Trail difficulty should be considered, treacherous climbs or deep water should be avoided. Trespassing should also be avoided.

· Hashers without Facebook access should team up with someone that can provide sign-up access and trail feedback, or make other plans for communicating with the Hares.

· Hashers should obey the normal social distancing rules if they encounter other Hounds on trail: maintain a six foot distance and wear a mask if passing.

Aug
29
Sat
Hash #1930q – Fillin’ the Cracks in the Rocks (Quarantine Style)
Aug 29 @ 8:00 am – Aug 30 @ 6:00 pm

Hash #1930q – Fillin’ the Cracks in the Rocks (Quarantine Style)

Hare: Crack Filler
Where: McKees Rocks (run start mailed to you)
When: Sign Up For a Time Slot
Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB

Join us Saturday or Sunday for a Quarantine-Style Hash!

Note: You MUST sign up for a time slot to participate, do so here: https://forms.gle/3gZKsbG4EV2ooRuQ7

Once you do, the run start location and hare’s contact information will be sent to you! (Check here to see what slots are already taken: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1b5OOp8rJoB-GgiMOD-i7O-Vlt6ApjfnKQOsoU_GYjvw/edit?usp=sharing )

We are generally recommending that people sign up with a buddy (or your Quaranteam pod) for safety purposes. If you want to participate but don’t have a friend, reach out to F. Stik, the Hares, or Pittsburgh MisMan and we’ll do our best to hook you up.

OVERARCHING DETAILS On Hashing with PGH H3 during the Q
——
Pittsburgh Hashers!

The Pittsburgh H3 MisManagement met last week and made the decision to resume hashing, but in a socially distanced way. Hares will set a trail and monitor when people are hashing, hounds sign up for a starting time slot for you, your trail buddy, and – if you want – your “Quaranteam” (your quarantine “pod” that you feel safe with). The current guidelines are below, although these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.

Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· Hares can sign up for dates using the standard calendar. (Hares will sign up with the Hare Raiser and it is okay to post start neighborhood but not full details).

· Full directions must be in to the Hare Raiser to allow two full days prior for the hashers to sign-up.

· Hares should lay trail planning on at least two days of 1/2 hour start time slots. Days are hare’s choice. For example – lay trail Friday or early Saturday and then hash Saturday/Sunday or lay trail Saturday and hash Sunday/Monday.

· Time slots will begin at hares discretion but should end with enough time to finish before dark.

· Hashers have to sign-up for trail. Hare Raiser will include a sign-up link in the hash event. There will not be a group start time. 1/2 hour time slots will be available.

· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 6-8 people.

· After the hasher signs up, a link will go out via email with the trail location and details. We will not post the exact trail location on the website or FaceBook.

· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional runner to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot. Hounds will post additional team members.

· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers must continue to check in when starting the trail and out when finished via Facebook event (or text the hare) to show when they started trail and that they successfully completed it.

· Hares must monitor who signs up and make sure each group signs in and out so they know everyone completed the trail safely.

· Hares must provide their phone number and it will be included in the hash write-up.

· Hares must mark trail in a way that will last at least two full days of hashing – either use ribbon or refresh the flour/chalk each day so the marks are fresh and people can easily follow trail. Remove ribbon after the event. Hounds should not add pack or FRB arrows.

· Considering that there may be a small number of people checking, trails should be well marked and of moderate length (3 to 5 miles), with reasonable checking lengths and clarity.

· Trail difficulty should be considered, treacherous climbs or deep water should be avoided. Trespassing should also be avoided.

· Hashers without Facebook access should team up with someone that can provide sign-up access and trail feedback, or make other plans for communicating with the Hares.

· Hashers should obey the normal social distancing rules if they encounter other Hounds on trail: maintain a six foot distance and wear a mask if passing.

On On!
F. Stik
Your Friendly Neighborhood Hare Raiser

Sep
5
Sat
Hash #1931q – A Bitchin Time in the Stiks (Quarantine Style)
Sep 5 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Hash #1931q – SA Bitchin Time in the Stiks (Quarantine Style)

Hares: BitchinHeat & Fuk Stik
Where: Laurel Highlands near Ohiopyle (run start mailed to you)
When: Sign Up For a Time Slot
Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB

Join us Saturday or Sunday for a Quarantine-Style Hash!

Take a trip to the scenic Laurel Highlands for a lovely jaunt in the woods near Ohiopyle.

We know that’s a bit of a hike, but what better excuse to get out of the City on a long weekend. And in case you needed any additional incentives: free and low-cost camping nearby is available for those interested in making a weekend out of it (info at sign-up/by request since we’re still in quarantine style).

Note: You MUST sign up for a time slot to participate, do so here: https://forms.gle/HE1WjfZnQZ31JigN8

Once you do, the run start location and hare’s contact information will be sent to you!
(click here to see what time slots are available: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1b5OOp8rJoB-GgiMOD-i7O-Vlt6ApjfnKQOsoU_GYjvw/edit?usp=sharing)

We are generally recommending that people sign up with a buddy (or your Quaranteam pod) for safety purposes. If you want to participate but don’t have a friend, reach out to F. Stik, the Hares, or Pittsburgh MisMan and we’ll do our best to hook you up.

OVERARCHING DETAILS On Hashing with PGH H3 during the Q
——
Pittsburgh Hashers!

The Pittsburgh H3 MisManagement met last week and made the decision to resume hashing, but in a socially distanced way. Hares will set a trail and monitor when people are hashing, hounds sign up for a starting time slot for you, your trail buddy, and – if you want – your “Quaranteam” (your quarantine “pod” that you feel safe with). The current guidelines are below, although these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.

Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· Hares can sign up for dates using the standard calendar. (Hares will sign up with the Hare Raiser and it is okay to post start neighborhood but not full details).

· Full directions must be in to the Hare Raiser to allow two full days prior for the hashers to sign-up.

· Hares should lay trail planning on at least two days of 1/2 hour start time slots. Days are hare’s choice. For example – lay trail Friday or early Saturday and then hash Saturday/Sunday or lay trail Saturday and hash Sunday/Monday.

· Time slots will begin at hares discretion but should end with enough time to finish before dark.

· Hashers have to sign-up for trail. Hare Raiser will include a sign-up link in the hash event. There will not be a group start time. 1/2 hour time slots will be available.

· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 6-8 people.

· After the hasher signs up, a link will go out via email with the trail location and details. We will not post the exact trail location on the website or FaceBook.

· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional runner to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot. Hounds will post additional team members.

· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers must continue to check in when starting the trail and out when finished via Facebook event (or text the hare) to show when they started trail and that they successfully completed it.

· Hares must monitor who signs up and make sure each group signs in and out so they know everyone completed the trail safely.

· Hares must provide their phone number and it will be included in the hash write-up.

· Hares must mark trail in a way that will last at least two full days of hashing – either use ribbon or refresh the flour/chalk each day so the marks are fresh and people can easily follow trail. Remove ribbon after the event. Hounds should not add pack or FRB arrows.

· Considering that there may be a small number of people checking, trails should be well marked and of moderate length (3 to 5 miles), with reasonable checking lengths and clarity.

· Trail difficulty should be considered, treacherous climbs or deep water should be avoided. Trespassing should also be avoided.

· Hashers without Facebook access should team up with someone that can provide sign-up access and trail feedback, or make other plans for communicating with the Hares.

· Hashers should obey the normal social distancing rules if they encounter other Hounds on trail: maintain a six foot distance and wear a mask if passing.

Sep
12
Sat
Hash #1932q – Dahn Home Megahash (Quarantine Style)
Sep 12 @ 8:00 am – Sep 13 @ 5:00 pm

Hash #1932q: Dahn Home Megahash, Quarantine Edition

Hares: Moon and Diamond Jim
Where:South Park Township (run start mailed to you)
When: Sign Up For a Time Slot
Hash Cash: FREE, but BYOB

Join us Saturday or Sunday for a Quarantine-Style Hash!

There were grand designs for not just a Megahash, but Hella Megahash (TM): two full days of hashing across four states.

Well, the COVID put the temporary kibosh on that, so we’re scaling back to provide you the Dahn Home Megahash, a close to home, Quarantine edition of the Megahash.

Trail is two fairly equal 6ish mile loops so A-A-A-A. You will return to start for BYO lunch and dry socks.

Moon recommends that folks doing the entire trail start early and please don’t run alone.

Call Moon if you’re having any problems: 412-310-3741

Note: You MUST sign up for a time slot to participate, do so here: https://forms.gle/kY4VmMhjNrPGdwGy7

Once you do, the run start location and hare’s contact information will be sent to you! (Check here to see what slots are already taken: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19DC2v9sOBJ-c_0BfFvdHxmYmATFAyoKs5qkeX4wcOkc/edit?usp=sharing )

We are generally recommending that people sign up with a buddy (or your Quaranteam pod) for safety purposes. If you want to participate but don’t have a friend, reach out to F. Stik, the Hares, or Pittsburgh MisMan and we’ll do our best to hook you up.

OVERARCHING DETAILS On Hashing with PGH H3 during the Q
——
Pittsburgh Hashers!

The Pittsburgh H3 MisManagement met last week and made the decision to resume hashing, but in a socially distanced way. Hares will set a trail and monitor when people are hashing, hounds sign up for a starting time slot for you, your trail buddy, and – if you want – your “Quaranteam” (your quarantine “pod” that you feel safe with). The current guidelines are below, although these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.

Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· Hares can sign up for dates using the standard calendar. (Hares will sign up with the Hare Raiser and it is okay to post start neighborhood but not full details).

· Full directions must be in to the Hare Raiser to allow two full days prior for the hashers to sign-up.

· Hares should lay trail planning on at least two days of 1/2 hour start time slots. Days are hare’s choice. For example – lay trail Friday or early Saturday and then hash Saturday/Sunday or lay trail Saturday and hash Sunday/Monday.

· Time slots will begin at hares discretion but should end with enough time to finish before dark.

· Hashers have to sign-up for trail. Hare Raiser will include a sign-up link in the hash event. There will not be a group start time. 1/2 hour time slots will be available.

· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 6-8 people.

· After the hasher signs up, a link will go out via email with the trail location and details. We will not post the exact trail location on the website or FaceBook.

· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional runner to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot. Hounds will post additional team members.

· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers must continue to check in when starting the trail and out when finished via Facebook event (or text the hare) to show when they started trail and that they successfully completed it.

· Hares must monitor who signs up and make sure each group signs in and out so they know everyone completed the trail safely.

· Hares must provide their phone number and it will be included in the hash write-up.

· Hares must mark trail in a way that will last at least two full days of hashing – either use ribbon or refresh the flour/chalk each day so the marks are fresh and people can easily follow trail. Remove ribbon after the event. Hounds should not add pack or FRB arrows.

· Considering that there may be a small number of people checking, trails should be well marked and of moderate length (3 to 5 miles), with reasonable checking lengths and clarity.

· Trail difficulty should be considered, treacherous climbs or deep water should be avoided. Trespassing should also be avoided.

· Hashers without Facebook access should team up with someone that can provide sign-up access and trail feedback, or make other plans for communicating with the Hares.

· Hashers should obey the normal social distancing rules if they encounter other Hounds on trail: maintain a six foot distance and wear a mask if passing.

On On!
F. Stik
Your Friendly Neighborhood Hare Raiser

Sep
18
Fri
DarkSide #65 – HARE NEEDED
Sep 18 @ 6:30 pm
Who: Sticky Beaver and Plea Barkin
What: DS #65
When: September 18, 2020 at 6:30pm, on out at 7:00pm
Where: 32 Lower Road, Pgh 15215
40.501389,-79.924653
Why: To run a longer, harder trail and enjoy the shit out of it!
PRELUBE: is BYOB.
Bring a mask with you.
If you’re sick, have a fever, have a cough, or have been in contact with someone infected with COVID-19, etc, please stay home!
Sep
19
Sat
Hash #1933q – HARE NEEDED
Sep 19 @ 8:00 am – Sep 20 @ 5:30 pm

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