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Geodashing: Sep17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 195 (GDDR)

"Easy to get close but hard to score this one. The turn our route showed
almost immediately led to a minimum maintenance road and as it rained
overnight almost immediately our Subaru was bogged down. Just barely made it
down a hill and up to the next summit. Just firm enough to turn around. So we
looped around to the west approach for a shorter walk. Walking was a thrill as
the ground (not road, pure mud) was very uneven ground covered with weeds,
perfect for twisting ankles. But made it to edge of cornfield and halted."

That's Geodashing in Iowa with Douq Millar

Last Updated ( 16:16 Wednesday, 04 October 2017 UTC )
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Geodashing: Aug17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 194 (GDDQ)

"Electrical lines are crisscrossing, soybean fields all around and muddy
trenches stopped me from getting to GZ on this lovely, humid day of the
eclipse. In fact, the pup and I have only 12 minutes to wait before it begins!
Waiting for the silence to start soon as nature is quite noisy here."

That's Geodashing in New Jersey with Khmera

Last Updated ( 15:42 Monday, 04 September 2017 UTC )
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Geodashing: Jul17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 193 (GDDP)

"The power line right of way has very dense vegetation, except along the
access road (and I use the term road loosely). The access road itself was just
a pair of muddy tracks with grass in between them. While I'll normally walk in
one of the two tracks in a situation like this, the muddy spots were bad
enough that I spent most of my time wading through the grass in the middle,
which ranged in height from barely growing to waist high. As I got close to
the scoring circle, I hit a spot where the vegetation beside the track
included a lot of sumac, and fortunately for me, the vegetation near the sumac
was only waist high in places, so I didn't have to bushwhack to get my
points."
Last Updated ( 15:47 Friday, 04 August 2017 UTC )
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