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Geodashing: Aug19   Print  E-mail 
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 218 (GDEO)

"We drove north and east toward the Awapa Plateau and Parker Mountain. We
turned south on Utah State Route 24 onto a well maintained dirt road. After a
few miles it became apparent that a hike would be involved. We parked and
started walking to the east on a primitive dirt road. We reached the point
after an easy hike of about 800 meters. The terrain was sage brush and small
plants. At the dashpoint we had a 360 degree view of surrounding and far
distant mountains."

That's Geodashing in Utah with David Mower


Game 218 (GDEO) of Geodashing was won by team Llama League, their second win
in a row. Honorable mentions go to GeoTerriers and Team GPS.

Individual honors go to Douq Millar, deodasher, and RogBarn.

The game saw 40 dashpoint hunts in three countries (US, Brazil, New Zealand).


A sampling of waypoints visited by Geodashing players this month:

in a field growing alfalfa hay in central Utah, off a hard-packed dirt road
named Field Road

at the city line of Kennington, Alabama, near a brick ranch house with a pond

in the hills outside Boulder, Colorado, down a single-lane dirt road near a
log-cabin-style home with a large solar panel

beyond the far back corner of the parking lot for First United Methodist
Church in Union, Missouri

in very rural Georgia outside Macon, on the side of Ramah Church Road with
nothing to see except trees and brush up a slope

on the southwest side of Lake Stevens in Washington State, on the property of
a very nice yellow house with a tennis court and boat ramp and boat

in sagebrush, pinion pine and juniper trees in a canyon with steep canyon
walls south of Circleville, Utah, through which the Sevier River and US
Highway 89 are threaded

in an Iowa pasture near the top on small hill that offers a panoramic view of
mostly cultivated land, some trees, a wind turbine, and farm complexes

in a cornfield in Iowa surrounded by lots of wind turbines and lots of chicory
blooming along the road

in Iowa, in an area growing corn and forage plants on rolling hills, by a life
size statue of a cow announcing the Nichols Farm

in a soybean field in Minnesota, where the bean crop is behind where it should
be because planting was delayed by the wet spring ("I walked through a ditch
and stepped over 3 rows of bean plants until I reached 99 meters.")

in an open field in Georgia, about 65 meters from the now defunct Grayhill
Trading Post

in the Milburn, Utah, area behind a fence with a chained gate with a sign that
said "Keep Gate Closed"

in farm land, mostly dedicated to rice farming, land around is all the same,
flat as far as the eye can see, outside Port Alegro in southern Brazil

on Tara Lane in south San Franciso, in a neighborhood of single family homes
probably constructed in the 1950s

on the shore of Utah Lake, near an orchard

in a cluster of trees next to a farm field in an area of rolling hills in
eastern Illinois near the Ohio River

in Tennessee, between two solitary trees with a good view of a large beautiful
green pasture sloping uphill

in Kentucky, in a field of tall corn turning brown meaning it will be ready
for harvest soon

in a not very good part of the city of Marion, Illinois, where the houses are
small and run down

in Nebraska, in a cornfield across the road from a weedy pasture with lots of
sunflowers and elderberries

and 450 meters along the soft sand of Long Beach in New Zealand, scored on the
last day of winter in the Southern Hemisphere on a day with glorious weather


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 ( 15:49 Wednesday, 04 September 2019 UTC )


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