Hash #1965q – Nuts in May – A Walk in the Park
Hares: Crack Filler
Come join Crack Filler for an afternoon or evening of romping around good trails and celebrating the longer days.
Note this trail will be on a Sunday and Monday, a nod to the Pittsburgh H3 tradition of moving to Monday hashes in May.
There’ll be dirt, shiggy, and muddy trails.
Let’s go Nuts in May!
Sign up for a time slot here: https://forms.gle/bKsbBURjiT8EtzDD8
A link with what slots are already filled will be available the week of the run. Until then, if a slot isn’t available on the sign-up sheet: it’s taken!
“Nuts in May” was a New York H3 tradition of celebrating the longer days with good trail runs. It was started by Ian Cumming, founder of the Singapore and New York hashes. Ian was a fixture at the Pittsburgh Campout Weekend from its inception until his passing.
Pittsburgh’s Nuts in May tradition was established in 2016 in a nod to Ian.
Note: 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
Hashing has resumed in a socially distanced way, with trails designed to be safe enough to do on your own (or with a “Quaranteam” you feel safe with) and run locations only available to those who sign up.
Pittsburgh H3 Quarantine Guidelines:
· If you feel sick, don’t come to the hash, even with a Quaranteam.
· If you’ve been in contact with someone who is COVID positive, don’t come to the hash until it’s clear you don’t have it: either through a negative test result or after 10-14 days of quarantining.
· Hashers can choose to do trail solo or with a Quaranteam, but a trail buddy is recommended. Quaranteams should be a max of 8 people.
· Only folks who have signed up can add an additional hasher to their slot. Do not attempt to crash someone’s time slot.
· 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.
· For contact tracing and safety check-in, hashers are expected to check in when starting the trail and finishing the trail, posting on the Facebook event or letting the hare(s) know.
· Beer stops are BYOB.
· Hares will be monitoring who signs up and making sure people are signing in and out to track that everyone has completed the trail safely.
Full guidelines are posted here: https://www.pgh-h3.com/wp/pittsburgh-h3-quarantine-guidelines/
Note that these may change as the situation in the County and Commonwealth changes.