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Geodashing: Mar18  
Contributed by Scout  
Last Updated ( 18:26 Wednesday, 04 April 2018 UTC )
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Geodashing: Feb18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 200 (GDDW)

"For the next nearly four hours, I was captivated by an area that is as close
to pristine as any coast in California is, anymore. Lots of sagebrush and
chamise, lots of California poppies in bloom, lots of birds - house finch,
California scrub-jay, wrentit, California Towhee, white-crowned sparrows,
cormorants and several types of gulls were the major species - the occasional
lizard, a few hikers. The coastline here is composed primarily of ancient
sedimentary rocks, although a short distance north, in the Morro Bay area,
volcanics predominate. Erosion by wind and waves have carved the points of
land into craggy sea stacks, sometimes submerged. Some of the stacks have
holes and tunnels, where softer rocks, or cracks in them, have been acted upon
by the waves. Much of my time was spent enjoy the play of wind, wave and
rocks, and taking many pictures and videos."

That's Geodashing in California with chaosmanor

Last Updated ( 16:31 Sunday, 04 March 2018 UTC )
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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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