2009-06-01 33 -84
Looking from the Google map, I originally though that this was a personal air field for someone that owned the property. It may have been looking at the map because there are straight paths cut in an "A" shape. When I got there it looked to be an abandoned work site. I noticed a sign that says that you could not enter for any illegal purpose. Geoshashing isn't illegal is it? The gate was wide open and there was a stop work notice posted on it. I assumed that with the gate wide open and sign stating no illegal entry that it was okay to go onto the property.
There were numerous dirt roads that were made. I navigated several to find the closest point to the Geohash point. After driving around for several minutes I finally found one with only 20 feet to go. I hopped out and found the hash point with 2 feet to go.
I took a few pictures and then drove home to Norcross.
| NWoodruff earned the Land geohash achievement