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San Diego Hash  Every Friday night and every other Sunday morning   Sunday, April 26, 2015 10:00am
Sometimes Anal Mt. Fuji Run
Hare(s): Bark If You Love Me, Gator Bait, Power Tool, Flipper Over and more
Location: 2955 Jamacha Rd, El Cajon, CA 92109; Rear parking lot of Rancho San Diego Towne Center behind Hooley’s Pub
Directions: Start is located near the corner of Jamacha Rd (54) and Campo Rd (94) in Rancho San Diego (El Cajon)
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Thomas Bros: 1271 J6
Run Fee: $9.00
Trail type: A to A prime
Dog friendly: Yes
Cum join us for our sometimes Anal Mt. Fuji Run. We'll make up for the long absence by providing Japanese delicacies catered by the SDH3 Samurai Delicatessen crew.

Come out and enjoy the East County Rancho San Diego area while it is still green and before it gets too hot.

Don’t forget to bring you Japanese attire (hapi coats, head bands, kimonos, etc) to get into the spirit.

At the intersection of Jamacha Rd (S-54) and Campo Rd (S-94) head South toward Jamul; turn left at the first light into the shopping center parking lot; drive past Hooley’s Pub; turn left into the parking lot between the shopping center and YMCA parking lots. If you pass the McGrath Family YMCA you've gone too far.

"A" to "something" and dog friendly but you probably want to carry water for them
Almost all "road" and "short and flat" hence the run name (Mt. Fuji)

Turkey and Eagle trails (four-ish and five-ish miles) neither of which are stroller friendly. A Chicken/Stroller option is available. Please see Hares at the start for details.

Beer, water and Samurai check for all T & E trails and there will be plenty of water at the check for our furry friends.

It will probably be hot (this is East County after all) so you may want to carry water on trail (especially if you bringing your dog)

Strong likelihood that you will meet other hikers, mountain bikers, horse riders, etc so please be courteous and no whistles or off-leash dogs around horses.

You can get into PO if you don't stay on trail for a short portion of trail. Dogs off-lead at their own peril.

There is a good chance of rattle snakes on the trail this time of year, so dogs off-lead at their own peril.

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