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Geodashing: Mar19   Print  E-mail 
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 213 (GDEJ)

"Highway 6 out of Lumby, British Columbia took me to Rawlings Lake Road.
Closest from here was overland on foot through deep snow for 250 meters across
an open field. The land was posted "No Hunting" but not "No Trespassing."
Luckily the first farm I went to for permission was the land owner. As I was
describing to him what I was up to you could tell that he was not believing a
damn word I was saying. Finally when I described my Garmin and showed him the
web page printout he decided I was not a poacher or a rustler. Then he started
laughing, but it was that kind of laugh that said, "Nice guy but wow, what a
geek." I am sure he watched me until I was out of sight. Several minutes of
slogging through the snow got me the 3 points. Fortunately I had came

That's Geodashing in British Columbia with Dave D

"I wasn’t sure about scoring this dashpoint, map research showed it 150 meters
from the road in the woods. We approached on a rural two lane road past one
house, down and back up a hill and then another house. We switched drivers,
drove back to the bottom of the hill where I got out and my wife continued on
to find a good spot to wait a few minutes. I climbed up the embankment and
found a problem. There was an old rusty barbed wire fence running along the
top of the embankment and right at the edge of the forest. I moved about 20
feet to my right where I found the bottom strand of the 4 strand fence was
almost laying on the ground. One quick crawl later and I was on the other
side. Standing up and moving forward, the underbrush was pretty dense but
soon thinned out enough that I could make good progress towards the DP. I
went uphill for a bit before it flattened out and even descended a bit. I
followed deer trails and water courses since they tend to be easier to
navigate. About 120 feet from the DP, I turned into denser underbrush and at
90 feet I decided I was close enough. It was a mixed forest of mostly
hardwood with a few pine trees. I more or less retraced my steps to the road,
did another belly crawl and waited a minute or so for my wife to drive by and
pick me up."

That's Geodashing in Missouri with RogBarn


Game 213 (GDEJ) of Geodashing was won by team GeoTerriers, their fourth win in
a row. Honorable mention goes to Llama League.

Individual honors go to SoccerFanatics. Honorable mentions go to Dave D and
David Mower.

The game saw 27 dashpoint hunts in five countries (Australia, US, Canada, UK,
and Italy).


A sampling of waypoints visited by Geodashing players this month:

in Austrak Intermodal Railway Business Park, an industrial area on the
northern outskirts of Melbourne with many warehouses used for logistics,
self-storage facilities and semi-trailers in most of the streets

in suburban Baltimore, near a brick split level with a faux gas lamp on the
lawn and black iron railings leading up the steps from the garage to front

on the side of Okanagan Ave in Vernon, British Columbia, across from the
playing fields of Clarence Fulton Secondary School

in Tullibody, Scotland, in a grassy patch behind a group of houses with many
people around, including children playing

near Mojave, California, on an alluvial fan from the southern Sierra Nevada,
with lots of kilogram rocks scattered about and a lot of mesquite

along Avenue G-4, a rough, bouncy dirt track in Lancaster, California, near an
auto reclamation/auction facility, which has a large collection of cars and
trucks in age between a few years and several decades

in Missouri, 150 meters from the road, past rusty barbed wire, in the woods

in Minnesota, on a hilltop and west of Pine County 20, near a farmstead and
behind a dense row of pines

in the affluent town of Agoura Hills in western Los Angeles County, where the
hills above had burn scars from the Woolsey Fire last November, but the burned
parts were intermixed with lush green grass

in meter-deep snow in Utah, in the rear yard of a home in a residential
subdivision carved out of the former Jeremy Ranch in Summit County

in rural Utah, approached by a dirt road that was an old railroad grade and
exited by another dirt road that was the route of the original Pony Express

in Illinois, on a lonely section road between two large farm fields that look
ready for spring planting

in England, in a small patch of trees, just off of a bridleway, reached after
a 20 min train ride and a 13 mile bike ride

on the east side of Tucson, before a white painted brick house, vacant and in
extreme disrepair, with a large round window boarded up

in an almond tree orchard deep in California's central valley

under an overhand at the back of a shopping center's parking lot in Milan,

inside a tall, vine-covered wall around a large brown stone house outside
Milan, Italy

and by a brown brick house in in a modern suburb of Sioux City, Iowa ("We
almost didn't get anything thus month due to massive flooding. Several
otherwise reachable points are literally under water.")


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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