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Geodashing: Jan18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 199 (GDDV)

"Another gravel road through mostly wooded areas. We were about 122 m from
the dashpoint on the road so it was another cold bushwhack into the woods far
enough to get into the scoring circle. An old barbed wire fence ran along the
road and I found a low spot where it was only about 3 feet high. As I tried
to step over it, my trailing foot got caught and I fell flat to the ground,
banging my left knee and elbow. It took me a minute to gauge the extent of
the damage but I soon decided that although I was bruised, I was not broken.
With nothing major injured other than my pride, I got up and continued through
the open woods and down a slight slope until I got within the scoring circle."

That's Geodashing in Missouri with RogBarn

Last Updated ( 17:15 Sunday, 04 February 2018 UTC )
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Geodashing: Dec17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 198 (GDDU)

"I was looking at the new dashpoints earlier this week, and my wife mentioned
that she was going shopping after work and if there was anything I wanted her
to pick up. I said, "Not from the grocery store, but on your way to work on
Friday, you can pick a dashpoint up for me." She drives past this one on her
way to work, as do about 129 thousand other people (according to traffic
counts). The Marines who live in the barracks on the southeast corner of 8th&I
streets SE woke up in scoring range on Friday morning, as did a painting of
Admiral John Dahlgren which is on the retaining wall for the overpass pretty
much at the zero point. But I'm the first to report it, so I get full points
despite all those people who got there before me."

That's Geodashing in Washington, DC, with BOB

Last Updated ( 16:28 Friday, 05 January 2018 UTC )
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Geodashing: Nov17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 197 (GDDT)

"We took US 211 uphill into Shenandoah National Park at Thornton Gap. We drove
up Skyline Drive, through the tunnel and past the tunnel parking overlook. We
parked at Buck Hollow Overlook and climbed steeply on a side trail that took
us up to the Appalachian Trail, then walked north along the trail to Mary's
Rock. The Dashpoint is about 50 meters off the trail, uphill toward the rocks
that overlook Shenandoah Valley. I got within 5 meters of it as I went up to
the rocks, but it was not worth the effort to get through the dense bushes and
rough rocks to get to zero. The view from the top was great."

That's Geodashing in Virginia with SoccerFanatics

Last Updated ( 01:19 Tuesday, 05 December 2017 UTC )
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