2009-05-23 39 -5
- relet 20:04, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
This was the most difficult part of the expedition. I had plotted out a few different hashes, but nothing that could gain my interest. They all lacked in.. mountains. Or natural reserves, or anything like that.
By the time I decided for todays location and managed to get my motivation levels up, it was almost 1pm. But yeah, it was quite good.
(yet to be written up)
- A roman portal I found on my way
- next to this bridge
- The terrain was made of red slate
- Where I left the car
- down the escarpment, across the bushes (where the geohash would be)
- An animal track (animal was no higher than 1m, judging from the openings in the bushwork)
- vegetation I
- vegetation II
- at the hash
- picture of the hash (what you can't see is the slope)
- sloped grin
- In an attempt to one-up the art of geohash videography I took a video clip of the six minutes of downhill driving back from the geohash.
 Post-expedition expedition
My other plan was to visit the stiff and rather remote cliffs that border the Taja river in the nearby National Park. It was spoiled by a no trespassing sign. This side of the park just isn't meant to be accessed, apparently. They were cutting fire breaks according to the sign.
- up the mirador
- no tresspassing
- at the mountain pass the noise of the static was amazing, and it made my head ache.
- especially where the two lines crossed
- I WANT THIS FOR GEOHASHING!