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Geodashing: Sep18   Print  E-mail 
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 207 (GDED)

"The Dashpoint is located about a kilometer out into a field, slightly
downhill from the road. There was an open gate leading into the field, and a
very bad dirt track leading away from the road. I would never have tried to
get to this one if I didn't have a good 4-wheel-drive SUV. I made my way along
the sketchy Jeep track, crossing a slight ditch halfway out. The track ended
125 meters from the Dashpoint where the ground became soft near a small
stream. The ground was soft enough and the stream wide enough that I didn't
want to chance jumping it, so walked downstream to get closer. Closest
approach, alone a cow path, was 87 meters."

That's Geodashing in Utah with SoccerFanatics


Game 207 (GDED) of Geodashing was won by GeoTerriers (26 points). Runnerup was
Llama League with 18 points.

Individual honors go to RogBarn (15 points). Honorable mention goes to
SoccerFanatics (10 points).

The game saw 31 dashpoint hunts in four countries (US, Germany, Australia, and


A sampling of waypoints visited by Geodashing players this month:

in Tucson, Arizona, just west of the parking lot of the Oro Valley Aquatic
Center, whose entrance was surrounded with dozens of ugly political signs

in central Utah, 375 meters off state Highway 24 past rabbit brush, then sage
brush, then a bit of pinion pine and juniper trees

in typical Illinois farm country, in a corn field with soy beans to the side,
a small house ahead with two small silos

in the St. Aegidien Church cemetery in Rodewald, Germany, northwest of Hanover

in Missouri, at the side of a lonely narrow two lane road with curves and
hills and some pretty scenery in a fallow pasture, full of nice green grass
and weeds

near a new house in a new residential subdivision under construction in Salt
Lake City, with curbs and gutters installed and streets being paved

in Deer Park, a suburb of Melbourne (and Scout's old workplace), in an area of
fairly modern houses on very small allotments with well-kept lawns and gardens

in a yard in St. Louis's Friendship Village, an upscale retirement community
with stand-alone houses, duplex houses, apartments and long term care
facilities where you can move up as you age and need additional help

unreachable in the middle of the wide River Elbe in Germany, south of Hamburg

in Illinois, on the edge of a soybean field whose leaves are turning yellow,
showing that they are about ready to be harvested

400 kilometers east of Vancouver, British Columbia, ten meters off the
twisting rough Gillard Forest logging road ("Sometimes it is nice to get

in the back yard of a house on Lake Holm Rd in Auburn, Washington, with the
most challenging part being finding a space to pull over on the narrow
two-lane road to grab some photos

down a too-steep-to-climb ravine 55 meters off La Honda Road, a twisting road
that winds its way from Redwood City up to Skyline Boulevard south of San

between a small house and a Volkswagen car seller south of Hamburg, Germany

southeast of Melbourne, on a property named Oakhill produce market garden
where a narrow track leads to a rundown house with a paddock containing two
blanketed horses

outside of the 'Thai Touch Tide' restaurant in Port Macquarie, New South Wales

and up a steep hill next to the trail along Washington State's Cedar River,
where autumn leaves are just beginning to turn color and salmon are due to
swim upriver to spawn in October


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 .

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