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Geodashing: Dec18   Print  E-mail 
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 210 (GDEG)

"Almost the entire drive was through a winter wonderland. The snow that fell
after the rain the night before stuck to the trees. I passed two spots where
eagles and crows were feasting on something in the ditch, likely a road kill
deer. I also had to slow way down as about 20 wild turkeys crossed the road
ahead of me. The dashpoint was in woods on the south side of County Road A."

That's Geodashing in Wisconsin with Tom Arneson

"We took the day to drive into the Olympic National Forest to find this
dashpoint. The day was rainy, typical Washington weather, especially in the
rainforest. It was a good thing that I had my GPS, there were many roads that
carved deep into the forest and without good guidance, we never would have
gotten close to this point. The higher elevations were completely obscured by
the low clouds. After gaining a fair amount of altitude, we descended and
crossed a fast moving stream, already within the scoring circle. I parked and
walked down to the stream, where the area along the edge was strewn with
rounded black rocks of various sizes up to about 5 inches across. A short
walk downstream brought me to an area of shallower water causing some white
water and a wonderful sounds of rushing water. About 200 feet further
downstream, this larger stream merged with a smaller one and a small waterfall
cascaded down a steep embankment and into the stream. What a wonderful point
to score after so many mid-western corn fields and gently rolling hills."

That's Geodashing in Washington state with RogBarn


Game 210 (GDEG) of Geodashing was won by team GeoTerriers (41 points).
Runnerup was Llama League with 34 points.

Individual honors go to SoccerFanatics (18 points). Honorable mentions goes to
deodasher and Doug Maill (15 points).

The game saw 34 dashpoint hunts in three countries (US, UK, and Australia).


A sampling of waypoints visited by Geodashing players this month:

in Falls City, Nebraska, in the yard of a house with an inflatable Frosty the
Snowman across the street from a park with a tree with a green plastic sash
saying "Ash Tree At Risk" from the Emerald ash borer

on the edge of Australia's Otways National Park, on the side of the road where
the verges had been cleared of long grass because of the threat of bushfires
later this summer

in Scotland, just inside the fenceline of Stirling Community Hospital, where
there is a lot of construction activity in the grounds

in open grassland, just out of reach beyond the fence that marks the northern
boundary of Edwards Air Force Base

east of Denver, on Buckley Air Force Base, near a concrete training apron
that's under construction

in New Jersey east of Philadelphia, behind a large, two-story pale yellow and
white home in the woods, only partly visible from the street

in Balgreen Farm in Scotland, in a field of 9" deep mud churned up by cattle

in an intersection in suburban St. Louis, in an area of new industrial
buildings that house a variety of businesses, both retail and commercial

in a harvested cornfield in a remote area of northwest Missouri

in Missouri, slightly off of a gravel road in a thicket with grassy area,
across from a harvested soybean field

in Des Plaines, Illinois, in a small community of condominiums to the
northeast of Ridgewood Memorial Park cemetery

somewhere on the grounds of a peach-colored mansion with a red tiled roof in
Los Altos Hills, California ("This home has approximately 6,000 square feet, 5
bedrooms and is worth almost $6.5 million.)

in a deserted orchard in Pennsylvania

and in the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park in Ashburn,


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 .
Last Updated ( 15:33 Friday, 04 January 2019 UTC )


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