The hash is a drinking club with a running problem, so feel free to drink and run. However, we do not support drinking and driving so have a designated driver, call a cab or plan ahead to get home safely if you have been drinking - there are more fun ways to get to play with handcuffs. We hash EVERY Thursday night at 7, rain or shine, CST or CDT. So bring a dollar and a six-pack of beer, and join us for the fun!

Make sure to also bring a whistle, a flashlight (it helps), and a sense of humor. For slightly more info, read about the VooDoo.

Trail #722 – Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner

You wanna hear somethin’ crazy? Patrick Gayze has a new baby! His (alleged) wife carried a watermelon for nine months and now (Just) Reese Eva is here. So, this week’s trail is a hashy baby shower honoring one of our favorite hashers (and her dad). If you’d like to get a gift to celebrate, the registry is linked below. Gifts can be shipped directly through the registry or brought to trail where we will quarantine them for a few days before delivering to Gayze (#covidsafety). If registries aren’t for you, we will also have some fun things planned on trail.

And for those of us feeling a little self-conscious about running after a few months in quarantine, remember the wise words of Penny the Rockette: “God wouldn’t have given you maracas if he didn’t want you to shake them!”

Bring: 6-pack in a personal cooler, whistle, flashlight

Date: Thursday, July 9

Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO!

Theme: Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner!

Start Address: Marconi Fishing Pier at 6500 Marconi Dr, New Orleans, LA 70124. If the lot is full, there is more parking around Marconi and Harrison.

Hare & Co-hares: Whordini and The Iceman Thumbeth (and special guest!)

Beer hare: Mr. hEd

Pre-Lube: Show up early and drink at the pier.

On-After: Stay late and drink at the pier.

Dog Friendly: Yes

Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail? Shiggy socks and your best Dirty Dancing outfit.

Approx. -l-l-l–> length: (does not include YBFs or actually solving checks). 4 miles

Trail is A to A+

Registry: https://www.amazon.com/baby-reg/2MZ7G1PBJ5PTG

Trail # 721 – Freedom and other important things

Another year celebrating freedom. Glitter. Fireworks. Wow.


Bring: a 6-pack (glass discouraged), whistle, flashlight, a mask, and a personal cooler


Date: Thursday, July 2


Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO!


Theme: Freedom and other important things


Start Address: 6621 St. Claude Ave., Arabi, LA


Hare & Co-hares: Petrified Wood, Shitler’s List, Mr. HEd


Beer hare: Yes


Pre-Lube: Pirogue’s Whiskey Bayou


On-After: Pirogues Whiskey Bayou


Dog Friendly: Yep


Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail?


Approx. -l-l-l–> length: 4.5 (does not include YBFs or actually solving checks).


Trail is A to A

Trail #720 – Kitchen’s Closed!

Surprise! I (Kitchen) am moving! On Sunday! To Atlanta! Social distancing has made it hard to get together, but I’d love to say goodbye and show ya how much I’ll love and miss ya by haring one more trail. So come drink a PBR with us and run (or walk) a solid trail laid by your hares.


Bring: 6-pack in your own personal ice chest, whistle, flashlight, mask for Circle


Date: Thursday, 25 June 2020


Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO!


Theme: Kitchen’s Closed!


Start Address: 2347 Metairie Rd, Metairie, LA 70001 (Martine’s Lounge parking lot) 


Hare & Co-hares: In the Kitchen, The Iceman Thumbeth, and Can I Watch?


Beer hare: Cooch Potato


Pre-Lube: No sanctioned pre-lube, but Martine’s opens at 6PM– go at your own risk!


On-After: Again, no sanctioned on-after, but Martine’s will be open.


Dog Friendly: Yes, we love bitches.
Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail? Nah


Approx. -l-l-l–> length: (does not include YBFs or actually solving checks). R*nners ~ 5.5 miles, walkers ~ 3 miles


Trail is A to A

Trail #719 – Night At The Museum

This week we’re exploring the streets and street art of Central City and the CBD. Central City and the CBD are both essential cultural icons of New Orleans. O.C. Haley Blvd, in the late 19th and 20th centuries, was a center of rapid commercial and cultural growth, and during the 1960s, Central City jump-started the Civil Rights Movement in New Orleans. In recent years, the CBD and Central City have seen a resurgence, memorialized and encapsulated through mural/street art. This trail will take you on a drunken, free-wheeling tour of some of New Orleans’ most iconic public art, so make sure you brush up on your local lore. (If you don’t feel comfortable coming to trail, Mr. hEd plans to post the google map, along with notes for each art stop, so you can do a self-guided tour if you so wish!)

Bring: $0 (trail is free until we can safely share ice, so bring your own cooler or thirst for warm beer); 6-pack (glass discouraged), whistle, flashlight/headlamp (no seriously bring a light, we cannot stress this enough)


Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020


Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO! Gotta start on time, so please show up on time.


Theme: Night At The Museum


Start Address: Van McMurray Playground (2000 Philip St., New Orleans, LA 70113)


Hare & Co-hares: Mr. hEd, Whordini, The Iceman Thumbeth


Beer hare:  In the Kitchen


Pre-Lube: Someday 🙁


On-After: Stop playing with my emotions 😿


Dog Friendly: Yes, extra rewarding if your dog is an erudite fuck who likes art


Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail? Bring a flashlight. Bring a flashlight. Bring a mother fucking flashlight. And maybe your phone if you like taking pictures of cool art?


Approx. -l-l-l–> length: 6.5 eagle, 5 turkey, 2.5 walkers. Pay attention to chalk talk so you don’t end up on the wrong trail!

Trail is A to Aish, meaning, don’t zen back to start because we won’t be there 😁

Trail #718 – Victory Lap

Bring: Drinks/snacks in a small personal cooler, face mask, whistle, flashlight. (No hash cash!)

Date: Thursday, June 11

Time: 6:30pm show, 7:00pm GO

Theme: Voodoo Takes a Victory Lap

 Start Address: Bucktown Marina (next to the Coast Guard station at 201 Metairie-Hammond Hwy, Metairie, LA 70005)

Hare & Co-hares: The Iceman Thumbeth, In the Kitchen

Beer hare: Roman Showers

Pre-Lube: None

On-After: None

Dog Friendly: Yes

 Is a dry bag, shiggy gear, or anything specific needed for trail? Your feet may leave the pavement, so if that makes you squeamish, wear shiggy socks.

 Approx. -l-l-l–> length: 4 miles

 Trail is A to A.

We’re so proud of you, Voodoo. Through 13 weeks of lock-down you have kept the spirit alive. You drew pictures with your solo trails. You hunted GPS coordinates. You ran miles in your houses. You joined Zoom circles from around the world. You became an example to other kennels grappling with how to hash safely in a pandemic. You did not miss a single Thursday.

This week we’re finally back to hashing in person. We are not out of the woods yet and so we will keep doing what we need to do to keep each other safe.  We can use personal coolers and wear masks and stand a little bit farther apart in Circle because it means that we can be back together again, solving trail, drinking beer, singing songs, and making fun of each other. 

Enjoy your victory lap, Voodoo. On on!