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Geodashing: Dec18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 209 (GDEF)

"Getting to this dashpoint made me very nervous. It was getting to sundown and
we had to navigate on a gravel country road that was partially covered with
snow and ice. On top of that, the road was like a roller coaster and at the
bottom of several of the hills were frozen pools. I could just see us sliding
into one of those. The final hill got the better of us and we took off on foot
instead of driving to the bottom of the hill. The dashpoint was in a grassy
area near a bunch of trees and a creek. It probably would have been pleasant
if it were summer and in daylight. I hate snow and winter."

That's Geodashing in Iowa with deodasher

Last Updated ( 16:15 Tuesday, 04 December 2018 UTC )
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Geodashing: Nov18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 208 (GDEE)

"The terrain is rolling hills covered in grasses and bushes. The area is
fenced, so I approached it thinking I would be unsuccessful. I was surprised
to find a gate in the fence, steeply downhill off the road. The gate leads
through a stretch of private property to BLM land. That is a fairly common
situation out west, where you can follow the road, but not leave it on the
private property. I followed a rough jeep trail into the hilly ground, went a
few hundred meters to get within 200 meters of ground zero, and walked over a
little rise and back down to get half way there."

That's Geodashing in Utah with SoccerFanatics

"Mobile report at dashpoint which is in the usual soybean field, but a bit
more interesting. On the main road were lots of Amish horse drawn carriages
AND a wagon moving much slower than usual. When we passed it we saw it was an
8 horse drawn harvesting rig with two rows of Clydesdales pulling it. Those
horses were taller than our car! Cool. We stopped in a driveway to get a
picture but that was where they were going so we had to move. And we just now
got passed by a more modern design buggy that looks like the sports car of
buggies."

That's Geodashing in Indiana with Douq Millar

Last Updated ( 16:21 Tuesday, 04 December 2018 UTC )
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Geodashing: Oct18  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 208 (GDEE)

"The terrain is rolling hills covered in grasses and bushes. The area is
fenced, so I approached it thinking I would be unsuccessful. I was surprised
to find a gate in the fence, steeply downhill off the road. The gate leads
through a stretch of private property to BLM land. That is a fairly common
situation out west, where you can follow the road, but not leave it on the
private property. I followed a rough jeep trail into the hilly ground, went a
few hundred meters to get within 200 meters of ground zero, and walked over a
little rise and back down to get half way there."

That's Geodashing in Utah with SoccerFanatics

"Mobile report at dashpoint which is in the usual soybean field, but a bit
more interesting. On the main road were lots of Amish horse drawn carriages
AND a wagon moving much slower than usual. When we passed it we saw it was an
8 horse drawn harvesting rig with two rows of Clydesdales pulling it. Those
horses were taller than our car! Cool. We stopped in a driveway to get a
picture but that was where they were going so we had to move. And we just now
got passed by a more modern design buggy that looks like the sports car of
buggies."

That's Geodashing in Indiana with Douq Millar

Last Updated ( 15:46 Sunday, 04 November 2018 UTC )
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