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Geodashing: Mar17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 189 (GDDL)

"On the way home we pulled into Cobbledicks Streamside Reserve where we had
scored a dashpoint about 15 years ago. This area had been derelict then, with
many broken beer bottles and cans on fenceposts that had been used for
shooting practice. We were delighted to find that the Reserve has now been
established and protected with ranger oversight and fencing. Only bush-walking
is now permitted, and four-wheel driving, trail-biking and shooting have been
banned. The re-growth has already started and the bushland is regenerating. I
was able to reach 98 metres leaning over the fast flowing Werribee River. We
drove out over Cobbledick's Ford which is a submerged bluestone crossing built
about 150 years ago by Samuel Cobbledick, an early district farmer."

That's Geodashing (then and now) in Australia with Dashing Dog Mac

Last Updated ( 22:25 Friday, 07 April 2017 UTC )

Geodashing: Feb17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 188 (GDDK)

"I walked between two sets of townhomes on Tygart Lane into the wood. I
grabbed a couple of photos and then left the way I came. On my way out an
older gentleman politely asked me if it was okay to ask what I was doing. I
said sure and explained. He thought that it was geocaching as he used to work
the grounds in Black Hills Regional park and remembered coming across them
quite often. I explained it was very similar, but there was nothing to find,
just a virtual point on the ground. He was good with that and went back

That's Geodashing in Maryland with sfcchaz
Last Updated ( 16:41 Saturday, 11 March 2017 UTC )

Geodashing: Jan17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 187 (GDDJ)

"About 2 am New Year's morning I had an attempt on this geodash, as the
mapping showed a footpath to the waters edge. I sprayed myself liberally with
insect repellent, but came to some (bunting) barricaded section at the bottom
of a long concrete stepped pathway, with what looked like impenetrable
lantana, but I was still 130 metres from GZ. ALL was quiet in the
neighbourhood, but my headlight was getting a bit dim, so I 'turned in' for
the night. After breakfast I thought I would have another look, and see what
was really there. Not nearly so much lantana, but more weeds and burrs. I was
able to climb around those until I got to the waters edge, and still 120 m
away. Balanced my way along a broken retaining wall on the edge of Booker Bay,
towards Daleys Point. Some nice boats were out on the water. Reached 98
metres, and being happy at that I turned back. Is that the first Geodash for
2017, being gained 0825, Sunday, 1 January, 2017! Happy New Year!"

That's Geodashing in New South Wales with Grahame Cookie

Last Updated ( 15:35 Monday, 06 February 2017 UTC )

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