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Guidlines

Dear Hare,

With the belief that rule #1 for the Hash is; "There are no rules", the Mismanagement Committee would like to make some suggestions for your trail;

  1. The runner's trail should have at least one stop check in order to keep the pack together. A beer/water stop is also a good idea.
  2. Running trails should take about 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours to run.
  3. Although busy roads are somewhat unavoidable, try not to set your trail so it goes down the center of a busy road.
  4. Be mindful of how you mark your trail and whether someone may come out later and wash it away. A rice or flower, and chalk trail is a good idea.
  5. Use the following markers to indicate trails;
    • X - false trail
    • --|||---> - chalk mark to show true trail, especially for turns in trail
    • (X) - (circle with X) - stop check
    • O - check
  6. Although more challenging, try to challenge the walkers also.
  7. After a check, either stop or regular, the trail should continue out in a straight line from the check.
  8. Also, four trail markers indicate the true trail. If you set false trails, they should die out or hit a X after three markers.

Hope this isn't too much in the way of ideas, if you have any questions, feel free to ask Leisure Suit Larry. (Just kidding, F.O. Carole and I will be glad to ask him for you.)

On-on,

Camel Humper