Once upon a time (well actually in 1982) in a suburb of Athens called Papagou on
Run 169 (well naturally) of the Athens Hash House Harriers,
a hasher named Costas became the first Athens Hasher to reach 100 runs.
The hare was Roger Skinner & the circle was held &
the award made in his front garden in Papagou.

(For more photos see Hashes 1982 > Runs 140-171)

NOW, exactly 1,400 runs later we carry on that proud tradition with Run 1569
and award Bouboulina with a 75 run badge
and hash dog Zak with a 25 run badge!


(Southern Athens)

Run 1569 (Sunday 27th January 2007)

Hare: Hamish McTavish Esq.

Australia Day (plus Full Moon) Run

Photographer: Mad Dog


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The starting point & circle:
Latitude 37 52' 28.42'' North
Longitude 23 46' 23.59'' East
Altitude: 127 metres above sea level

Trail cartographic Length = 4.25 km

Maximum altitude trail reached = 245 metres

The GPS-recorded trail from from 2Km altitude


The GPS-recorded trail from from 3.8Km altitude


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Hamish proudly holds-up a (now almost empty) bottle of Bundy rum

Bundy rum

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Bee hazard


150 Kilovolt hazard


Thirst hazard ...


Confused hashers - not surprising after drinking champagne & bundy rum
BEFORE the run.

Panoramic view of Glyfada


Trail leading through thorn bushes. Note beehives on hillside.


More bee hazards


Absolutely melting


Aluminium from a burnt-out BMW car


Hashers gather after the run


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Fiery Tw*t clowning around in the circle


AH3 RA Fair Cop & Full Moon GM Hamish McTavish Esq. share the circle.


Zak's 25th run. Here he receives his champagne down-down


Punished for ....


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Not a Taverna this week but an Ouzeri


Located just up the sideroad from the City Plaza ( Vouliagmenis Ave).


Large squid stuffed with tomatoes & cheese
& grilled over a bed of glowing charcoal -
just one of the nice dishes we had at this economical ouzeri in Glyfada
(Euro 12.50 each).









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                                                                            MD Feb. 2006