Good job Shigmata!
beer is good for you…photos coming soon
Come along and pub-crawl your way through Downtown Houston via the MetroRail! We will all purchase a Metro
pass, which according to a guy that I know, should cost about $2.50. This guy better not be lying. I’m not going to
say who he is, but his name starts with a P, and ends with a latterPuss,. Not saying any more.
“Americas Best Value Inn-Medical Center Downtown”, which shall henceforth be known as “Le Slumber Castle”
is a cheap hotel near the rail. However, the rail stops at midnight and this hotel is 4.5 miles from the end. Other
options include taxi, Wave bus (until 1 am), car pooling with a sober driver, getting a different hotel near the
end location, or possibly hitching a ride with a hobo with a sissy bar on his bike. Hotels near the end are more
expensive but if you use Priceline’s “name your price” option, you can generally get cheaper prices and then share
Texas Interhash 2014
April 4-6, 2014
Magnolia Gardens, 12101 Beach, Houston, TX 77044
The Houston Hash House Harriers are proud to present Texas Interhash 2014. The event will mark Houston’s 35th year of hashing and it will also “just so happen” to take place on H4 run #1900. The site itself is located on the banks of the San Jacinto River, just downstream from Lake Houston and approximately 22 minutes (mostly highway) drive from downtown Houston. Its major claim to fame is that Elvis once played a concert there. The campground has potable water, water front with beach, boat access with ramp, shaded campsites, two stages and real toilets. RVs are welcome but there are no hookups. You can expect some really good local beer and shiggy trails.
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