This South Shore run marks the Montreal Hash House Harriers' 100th run.
This momentous event was marked by our most lavish 'apres-run' ever.
Celebrating both our 100th run and the festive season, over 100
liters of Cream Ale were on tap as well as a large hind
quarter of fine porcine roast, salad and a vat of mash potatoes.
Entertainment included a demonstration of Lebanese Belly-dancing, and the bi-cultural tones of Captain Canada and Roni on their respective instruments. Also featured was Yogi's illustration of South Pacific 'skin' diving, using the bar as a coral reef.
Hospitality was provided by Yogi at his South Shore home. The party lasted well into the wee hours of the night. Many a sowsed hashers spent the night and feasted on DA's lard-laden mash potatoes for breakfast.
Under-dressed but Happy Hashers celebrate Run 100 and Boxing day.
Run 108 (Feb 21,1999) Numbskull's Quai Sera Memorial Run. The pack is seen here in front of the smouldering remains of this once-great St Anne de Bellevue institution. (Photo: The Abbot)
Juicy Fruit shows Dances with Balls (our frequent guest from North Carolina) how to dress for a warm February run. (Photo: The Abbot)
Captain Canada, Yogi II and Dead Animal singing about the Pigeons in Mobile on the Valentine's Day Run 107, February 14, 1999.
The pack celebrates Saint Patrick's Day on Nun's Island with dram of Green Ale.
Run 111 - March 14, 1999. (Photo: The Abbot)