Sunday 29th June 2014

H4 Run 1910

Houston, Texas

Hare: CSI – Can’t Stop Itching

Start: 29°53'22.72"N, 95°21'11.10"W
End: 29°53'18.64"N, 95°20'38.57"W

Trail length: 5.98 km (3.71 miles)

Photographer: Mad Dog


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H4 Hash — CSI

WhenSun, June 29, 3pm – 7pm
Where12300 Aldine Westfield Rd, Houston, TX 77039, United States (map)

DescriptionIt is a challenge to find shady, shiggy paths while avoiding PI (Dr’s orders at this point unless I want permanent bitch tits from all the steroids). BUT we did it. Nice private ending spot that was recently cleared and even some optional water crossings for folks to cool off in.

Start will be off of Hardy toll road between 610 and beltway, so no long drives for you vehicularly challenged hashers. Not promising smoked goodies, premium kegs or other perks as yet, but you all know how I usually roll.

CSI – Can’t Stop Itching

For more information on the day of the run, call the hotline, which is updated daily. 71-DIAL-HASH.






To save a photo to your disk drive:
- Internet Explorer - Netscape Navigator - Opera -

(1) Right-click your mouse on the photo
(2) A menu appears
(3) Click on "Save Picture As"
(or "Save Image")
(4) Pull-down the "Save In" menu (click the down-arrow)
(5) Double-click on a disk drive letter (to choose a drive)
(6) Double click on a directory icon (if applicable)
(7) Type in a File name of your choice for the picture
(8) Click Save

To send the photo by e-mail as an attachment:
- Outlook Express -

(1) Click the "Create Mail" button to start a new e-mail
(2) Click Insert > File Attachment
(3) Pull-down the "Look In" menu (click the down arrow)
(4) Double-click on a disk drive letter (to choose the drive)
(5) Double click on a directory icon (if applicable)
(6) Click on the photo file name to highlight it
(7) Click "Attach" to attach the photo to the e-mail

                                                                        MD Feb. 2006

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