From Eupeodes: Be aware that the maps on the wiki are playing up. Also coordinates on the wiki are not reliable. Try one of the ones here --joannac (talk) 18:29, 19 March 2015 (EDT)

2009-03-11 52 -0

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Wed 11 Mar 2009 in Northampton:
52.0756037, -0.1407393

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[edit] Location

Almost directly on a public footpath running through a field in Guilden Morden, just southwest of Cambridge.

This expedition was part of a multihash by Benjw. For the other parts, see:  
2009-03-11 52 0 2009-03-11 52 -0

[edit] Participants

[edit] Expedition

[edit] Benjw

Starting out from the hashpoint in the Cambridge graticule, it didn't take me very long to get to Guilden Morden village, where the Northampton graticule's hashpoint was located. The two GPS photos (here and here) show that I took 54 minutes to get from one hashpoint to the other (it could have been much quicker if it had occurred to me to rush). I wonder if that is a 'speed record' from hashpoint to hashpoint?

The hashpoint was in a field of cabbages, but was only just off a public footpath. The field had been planted all over, but the public right-of-way through the field was identified with white marker flags. Happily, the cabbages were big enough that I could easily step between them, rather than on them, so no cabbages were harmed in the making of this hash.

I took a few more photos of this pretty village, and headed home.

[edit] Shiny ribbons earned

Benjw earned the Land geohash achievement
by reaching the (52, -0) geohash on 2009-03-11.
2009-03-11 52 -0 footpath.jpg
Benjw earned the Multihash Achievement
by reaching 2 hash points on 2009-03-11. It's a Double Hash.

[edit] Photographic documentation