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.
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!