Oslo Hash House Harriers
OH3 Run #1895
The 13th annual Mad March Hare R#n
Monday, 22 July 2024, 18:30 CEST
: Elveveien 22, 1394 Nesbru
: Missing the Dick and Moby Dick II ()
: 50 kr

Public Transportation:
1)    Bus 250 from National Theater Station (platform K at Henrik Ibsens gate) towards Slemmestad/Sætre/Holmen. About 24 minutes to Nesåsen (3 stops beyond IKEA).
2)    Train to Sandvika - then Bus 270 towards Asker/Holmen to Nesåsen (2 stops beyond Billingstadveien, for a total of 8 stops). 

After getting off the bus go immediately east across the street and over the little stream, take immediately onto Elveveien. Our house is number 22, about 70 m down the road - a gray-green house on the left, offset up on the left from the road just before you get to Plantasjen.

Take E18 past Sandvika. Take exit for Holmen/Hvalstad - at round-about, go south under E18, slightly right by Holmen Center, 3rd exit from round-about, through the underpass, 2nd exit at next round-about, direction towards Nesbru. Best parking is probably along Elveveien (second right at Nesåsen, first right at Elveveien), or at the large parking at Plantasjen Hagesenter (first right at Landøyveien, onto the Plantasjen parking) and walk about 50 m towards Nesbru along Elveveien (between the Hagesenter and the small river). Our house is number 22 - a gray-green house, offset up on the right from the road near Plantasjen.


Before going missing again for some time, the D.’s will again set a trail for the ages. The trail may probably be bike friendly. Marked in sawdust, easy checks, one mark and you are on. The lovely coastal trail is specially designed for OH3 runners and walkers. Simple grillable food will be offered (including vegan options) or bring your own and grill it yourself. Liquids provided for down downs otherwise BYOB.

(un)INTERESTING FACTS: Monday March 144th (aka July 22nd).
Wikipedia has this entry on the subject of the Mad March Hare: A long-held view is that the hare will behave strangely and excitedly throughout its breeding season, which is the month of March. This odd behaviour - particularly in the later part of March - includes boxing at other hares, jumping vertically for seemingly no reason and generally displaying abnormal behaviour. 
...As observed by an unknown poet and related in the poem Blowhole’s Test  (about 1500) Thanne they begyn to swere and to stare, And be as braynles as a Marshe hare.

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