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Geodashing: Aug18   Print  E-mail 
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 206 (GDEC)

"The dashpoint was a short distance into a field of soy beans that were about
3 feet tall. Tall corn on the other side of the road. I got out of the car to
get a closer reading on my GPS. Standing in front of my car, I realized that I
could see the tracks of Douq and deodasher in the grass directly in front of
my car. They had been there the previous day. I thought it was amazing that I
could see proof of their visit. As I was getting back in the car, I heard an
odd noise. It was the clop-clop-clop of an Amish buggy going down the road a
couple of hundred feet from me."

That's Geodashing in Illinois with RogBarn


"We scored this dashpoint after an adventure of blowing out a tire not too far
from Swan Lake. Doug decided to follow a suspect backpacking maxim -- if two
paths are available try the one that looks the most traveled. We encountered
an old bridge that had a road running alongside it and at a lower elevation.
Doug took the road and picked up a huge railroad spike in our right rear tire.
When we hit the paved road it became obvious we had a flat. Luckily a friendly
farmer came by and helped get the donut on. We ended up at the Chillicothe
Walmart and got a new tire. One of the lugs got damaged so we're driving home
on 4 lugs."

That's Geodashing in Missouri with deodasher

==================================

Game 206 (GDEC) of Geodashing was won by Llama League in a runaway (142
points). Runnerup was Team GPS with 18 points.

Individual honors go to deodasher and Douq Millar (57 points each). Honorable
mention goes to RogBarn (41 points).

The game saw 78 dashpoint hunts in five countries (US, Croatia, Germany,
Australia, and UK).

==================================

A sampling of waypoints visited by Geodashing players this month:

on the bank of a small lake, near the commander's house of the memorial
concentration camp (KZ) Neuengamme southeast of Hamburg, Germany

in Croatia, next to a fountain in a small park in front of the Church of Saint
Anthony of Padua in Sesevete, the easternmost part of the City of Zagreb

in western Montana, west of Butte, in a field with a large herd of cows behind
a barbed wire fence

in the Washington Park Arboretum in Seattle, Washington, designed by Frederick
Law Olmsted, Jr, stepson of the designer of New York's Central Park

in a newish development of nice homes in Ohio, at a brick single story house
with a where a red gazing ball in the yard

inside the fenced lot of the Harding Asphalt Company in Indianapolis

in a soybean field Illinois, across from a corn field and grain silo in Amish
country with many woodworking businesses

in a cornfield along I-72 in western Illinois, just across the Mississippi
River from Hannibal, Missouri, boyhood home of Mark Twain

uphill in a pasture beside a gravel road in Missouri ("It's looking very dry
here, however, so it looks like some harvesting has already begun.")

in Ohio, in a field of tall corn that already looks like it is close to being
ready for harvest although it is only early August

in another unremarkable cornfield in Missouri, but there is a stand of huge
sunflowers nearby

outside Chicago in northwest Indiana, by a storage facility for boats and RVs,
and by the Cal-Ridge Moose Lodge, BINGO every Wednesday and Friday at 10 AM

in the back yard of someone in San Bernardino, California, whose roof is
coated in solar panels

in ranching area just north of Franktown, Colorado, near a whole bunch of
tractors in a roundabout cul-de-sac

in central Utah, near a juniper tree, with hazy, smoke-filled air, and
evidence of elk, deer and rabbits

in a rural area south of Portland, Oregon, near a backhoe next to a white barn

unreachable in a cornfield in Maryland, on the other side of an old, disused
and closed wooden bridge ("which a beaver ran across as I walked up to it")

in New Hampshire, at a lift-style gate across the roadway leading to Cedar
Waters Village, which is a nudist park

in Indiana, in a soybean field in generally rural farming area but with lots
of woods

in the Melbourne suburb of Macleod, in a neighborhood with a mix of single and
double storey houses, all of them with a wonderful view of the Dandenong
Ranges

in Findlay, Ohio, near a large patriotic water tower ("Findlay salutes
Veterans")

in Bird Hills Nature Area, a densely wooded nature preserve in Ann Arbor,
Michigan

in the lawn of a two story cream colored house with brown trim in Flint,
Michigan ("Drove past a water processing facility. We didn't drink the
water.")

in a densely forested area in Bulldog Country, specifically across the street
from St. Charles, Michigan, Community High School, home of the Mighty Mighty
Bulldogs

just outside the box office for California's Sacramento Theater Company's main
stage at the Wells Fargo Pavilion ("last musical of their season--Little Shop
of Horrors")

in a field on the other side of a hedge southeast of Sheffield, England

129 meters into the sea in Scotland, west of Glasgow ("Now I know some people
who would get the inflatable boat out at this point. However, I am not that
mad/prepared.")

and in a ploughed field near the new entrance to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park,
near West Breton in West Yorkshire, England

==================================

Thanks to all the Geodashing players, whose many great reports are
quoted here, not always with proper attribution. Complete, original
reports are available on the Web site.

==================================

About Geodashing: Geodashing is a game in which players use GPS
receivers on a playing field that covers the entire planet. The
waypoints, or dashpoints, to be reached are randomly selected. The win
goes to who can get to the most dashpoints; that is, if you can get to
them at all! Each game has a new set of dashpoints making each game
different and unpredictable. For more information and to play, visit
http://GPSgames.org .
Last Updated ( 18:43 Tuesday, 04 September 2018 UTC )


 
 

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