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Geodashing: Jul18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 205 (GDEB)

"Parked in a nearby supermarket and made my way to the dashpoint on the
roadway on a bridge over a railway. A busy road, the closest I stood was on
the pavement about 4 m from the dashpoint. I might have been closer as I
drove over the dashpoint on my way home. Considered getting it again on the
lower level by taking a train ride but that was going to take a good bit

That's Geodashing in Scotland with Clarinet2
Last Updated ( 15:13 Saturday, 04 August 2018 UTC )

Geodashing: Jun18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 204 (GDEA)

"The hunt for this dash-point, situated in the typical swampy forested area,
happened to be quite challenging for us with Prowling. We were ill-equipped
and the preliminary planning proved to be not substantial enough. The road
that we decided to follow was marked on our map, but in reality it was
sketchy. And by sketchy I mean it was non-existant. At first we were still
able to make progress, since overgrowth was not dense and soil was dry. But at
some point we strode into a thicket and then, even worse, a swamp that we
dared not to walk. After some prolonged desperate attempts to find our marked
road, we suddenly found ourselves on the unmarked one. It mercifully lead us
in the right direction, and some time later we managed to score. We opted to
return by the alternative route, which was longer but awarded us with some
nice views of a shallow stream, ruined stone bridge and Finnish hamlet. After
like five hours of hiking we were exhausted, totally wet and proud with

That's Geodashing in Russia with Desert Drake

Last Updated ( 18:54 Wednesday, 04 July 2018 UTC )

Geodashing: May18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 203 (GDDZ)

"Foiled again! This is the third time where I've tried to reach a dashpoint in
the Black Hills. Today I should have looked at a 3D map as the dashpoint
required overland hiking in rough and incredibly steep hillside. I thought it
would be easier once I climbed out of the road cut (grabbing roots and trees)
but it was impossibly steep. Fortunately it was a beautiful drive so getting
ALMOST there was all the fun. Maybe next vacation."

That's Geodashing in South Dakota with Douq Millar

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