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Geodashing: Sep19   Print  E-mail 
Contributed by Scout  
Results: Geodashing Game 219 (GDEP)

"After August when there were no accessible dashpoints anywhere near me it was
nice to find one that might be. Up Hwy 33 to Goudie Road started to get me
close but then nothing to get me within 100 meters. Found a bush trail with
some possibilities. Had to fill a couple of ditches with deadfalls to get
vehicle in rather than hiking. My get-me-anywhere Mitsubishi did the job! At
70 meters got ready to bush whack to 0 but a bear had left several fresh
reminders that maybe this was not a good idea even with spray in hand."

That's Geodashing in British Columbia with Dave D

"This ended quite an adventure. I drove over 1,600 miles. Of 12 dashpoints
that were on my list, I scored 10. Many thanks to the llamas for letting us
see a lot of rolling hills and sandy soil of Alabama, some dark back woods
areas of southern Tennessee and for some reason, several DPs right next to
small creeks. I guess the llamas were thirsty."

That's a mad dash with RogBarn from Missouri to Alabama


Game 219 (GDEP) of Geodashing was won by team Llama League, their third win in
a row. Honorable mention goes to GeoTerriers.

Individual honors go to RogBarn, thanks to a mad dash from Missouri to

The game saw 36 dashpoint hunts in four countries (US, Germany, Canada, and


A sampling of waypoints visited by Geodashing players this month:

inside a double garage in Greenwood, Colorado, behind which runs the Highline
Canal, a usually dry irrigation channel now mostly used for hiking

five meters from the street in the industrial harbor area of Nuremberg,

on a common grass area behind social housing in Edinburgh, Scotland

one block south of Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, by the
Hollywood YMCA ("The best part? The Hollywood sign was visible from the zero

in California, on the south end of the Gary C. Ovitt Health Sciences Building
on Chaffey College's Chino Campus

in Scotland, in a field along a farm access road for Auchlin Farm ("With the
rain and water underfoot, I was not inclined to get out of the car.")

in Kentucky, only a few miles off the interstate highway along a hilly curvy
rural road just past a small ranch house with a nice porch

in Alabama, just inside a grove of trees at the far edge of the Greene Hills
Memorial Cemetery

north of Manti, Utah, just off a road through farms fields where most crops
had been harvested

in a cotton field in Alabama, with whith balls of cotton plainly visible on
most of the plants

between parking lots behind the Defense Acquisition University in Huntsville,

in the backwoods of southern Tennessee, along a small road, not big enough for
two cars, in a small creek lined with waist high weeds and trees ("Not much
else here.")

in Mojave, California, just off a dirt road on a flat, desolate plain with
very small, scrubby brush and nothing else growing

in central Missouri, on the edge of thick woods on both sides of a dirt road

in central Utah, in knee-high dry grass a few miles past the dried-up Scipio

in Iowa, off of a paved highway between soybean field and a corn field ("We’re
seeing little sign of fall. All the rain we've been getting is keeping us
rolling in the green."

in Maine, not far from a 4WD road, reached by bike ("Just trees.")

in southern Illinois, on a lonely road with gently rolling hills and farm
fields where the corn is brown and the soybeans are turning yellow and there's
a concrete pillar topped with a sign that simply said "NOPE"

and in the Chicago suburb of Oak Lawn, on the front lawn of a house with a
Lincoln Towncar in a horseshoe shaped driveway and white urns on the porch


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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