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Geodashing: May17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 191 (GDDN)

"Today is a beautiful, sunny day here in California. And what is more
Californian than a four lane (each way) freeway? That's where the llamas
placed this dashpoint: 73 meters west of southbound Hwy 280 near Woodside,
California. The nearby mansions of Woodside are, for the most part, hidden
behind low grassy hills and scattered oak trees as one drives by at 55 MPH."

That's Geodashing in California with Buxley
Last Updated ( 19:34 Sunday, 04 June 2017 UTC )

Geodashing: Apr17  
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 190 (GDDM)

"The dashpoint was just east of the highway in a wooded and swampy area that
ran along the highway for quite a way. From here, we continued and stopped at
the southern-most part of Illinois and visited the confluence of two mighty
rivers, the Ohio and the Mississippi. From my vantage point, I was standing in
Illinois, looking across the Ohio River to Kentucky on my left and across the
Mississippi River to Missouri on my right. The water was calm today and
although the Mississippi seemed to have a pretty fast current, I didn't see
much turbulence where the waters met out in the middle of the channel."

That's Geodashing in Illinois with newly retired RogBarn
Last Updated ( 16:36 Thursday, 04 May 2017 UTC )

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 )

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