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Geodashing: Mar19  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 213 (GDEJ)

"Highway 6 out of Lumby, British Columbia took me to Rawlings Lake Road.
Closest from here was overland on foot through deep snow for 250 meters across
an open field. The land was posted "No Hunting" but not "No Trespassing."
Luckily the first farm I went to for permission was the land owner. As I was
describing to him what I was up to you could tell that he was not believing a
damn word I was saying. Finally when I described my Garmin and showed him the
web page printout he decided I was not a poacher or a rustler. Then he started
laughing, but it was that kind of laugh that said, "Nice guy but wow, what a
geek." I am sure he watched me until I was out of sight. Several minutes of
slogging through the snow got me the 3 points. Fortunately I had came

That's Geodashing in British Columbia with Dave D
Last Updated ( 14:50 Thursday, 04 April 2019 UTC )

Geodashing: Feb19  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 212 (GDEI)

"In 1911, construction started on a canal that would bridge Lake Michigan to
the inland rivers that eventually flow to the Mississippi River, hoping to
allow waterway transport and help clean up Lake Michigan. This was the Calumet
Sag Channel, still in use today. It is 16 miles (26 km) long and was completed
in 1922. Part of the channel runs along the location of Swallow Cliffs, nearby
to GD46-CAIC that I had hit in April of 2005 (almost 14 years ago) with my two
boys and golden retriever. At that time, the boys and I marveled at the 121
steps to climb to the top of the toboggan hill and how they still had the
wooden chutes (yes - wooden chutes) still embedded in the ground.
Unfortunately, the toboggan hills were permanently closed in 2004. The hill is
again available for sledding but without the chutes, and now only with half of
the original height distance, but it's still an impressive sledding hill for
flat Illinois. The journey to GDEI-CABA today was only 1 km straight-line
distance from the base of those steps built by the Civilian Corps of Engineers
in 1930. The point lies right on the edge of the Calumet Sag Channel. Even
though there's a hiking trail that would allow access to the scoring zone, the
closest parking would be just under 2 km to the east, and I was about 132
meters away as a drive-by. I didn't relish a 2 km walk with the temperature
just above freezing, so I'll take the zero points and just relish in the

That's Geodashing in Illinois with Markwell

Last Updated ( 00:32 Wednesday, 06 March 2019 UTC )

Geodashing: Jan19  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 211 (GDEH)

"This dashpoint has quite a tragic story. It's not quite a kilometer up
Trancas Canyon, north of Pacific Coast Highway. This area is one of many which
were hit hard by the Woolsey Fire later last year. Many homes were saved, but
many were not, including the one at this dashpoint. Across the street, the
homes are in good shape; on this side, several homes were destroyed. At least
no one was killed or physically injured, although the psychic scars will
likely last for months or years."

That's Geodashing in California with chaosmanor
Last Updated ( 15:28 Monday, 04 February 2019 UTC )

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