2009-06-28 50 11
This hash again seemed fairly easy to do - according to my new strategy which allows me to visit all hashpoints that are visible on my bike map (which covers an area of about 30-40km around my home). So I started after breakfast, and this time my knowledge about the little edgie was at least sufficient to save the hashpoint before starting and then just following the (straight, but what does it matter?) line to the destination. The trip by bike was okay, I found a nice bike way from Mellingen (Ilmtal-Radweg) and when the point was almost reached and I was afraid I'd have to climb up to the meadow through the nettles, there even was a grassy way leading to the point itself. After taking the photos, I took a look on the map and decided to go back another route using some ways that were unknown to me - in fact, the direct way from Oettern to Kiliansroda through the forest was even a little bit adventurous for mountain bikers. From Kiliansroda on, I had an easy way home - and a pretty easy hash, again, was found... ---Paintedhell
After we visited my parents on the weekend Reinhard and I went back to Jena on Sunday evening. Fortunately the geohash lay on the shortest way there, so instead of driving the motorway as usual we used small country roads - and in doing so we even saved 25 kilometres! We arrived in Hetschburg after 10 pm, so it was dawning and only fireflies and the half moon lit our way to the hash point. We followed the grassy way Juja took some hours before and found the hash point without any problems. I was surprised when four hashcots left Reinhard's backpack, but altogether we took photos of the near high seat and walked back to the car. ---Manu
Three consecutive geohashes - so I broke my record...
| Juja earned the Consecutive geohash achievement