2009-06-04 50 12

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Thu 4 Jun 2009 in 50,12:
50.7008689, 12.0839342

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Today's hashpoints were in the northwest corner of the graticules, which gave me a good chance to get my first geohash in the graticule east of my home graticule. It was located not far from a road and a field path went nearly directly to the hash, so this one sounded like an easy bike geohash.

I started from work in Jena at 6 pm and rode through Stadtroda, Ottendorf, Braunsdorf, Merkendorf and Triebes (just to name a few), before I got to the hashpoint located about 1 km away from the barrage Hohenleuben after 64 km of cycling. Everything was like it looked in Google Earth and I could ride the bike as close as 10 m to the hash which was at the edge of a wood. As always, I took some photos for evidence. Then I saw this high stand less than 100 m away and climbed it up to get a better view, but there wasn't so much to see, so I went back to my bike and took another way back to Jena, this time through Weida, Hermsdorf and Bürgel, from where I rode on the new bike path Uli and Jens told of. It was 11:10 pm, when I was back at work (so it already was dark the last hour) to get my car and drive home.

The facts: 133 km, 1348 m total ascent, 4:56 h ride time



Once again:

Reinhard earned the Bicycle geohash achievement
by cycling to the (50, 12) geohash on 2009-06-04.

New graticule for me!

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Reinhard achieved level 5 of the Minesweeper Geohash achievement
by visiting coordinates in Erfurt, Germany and 5 of the surrounding graticules.