2009-08-25 48 11
 Baerenfell's Expedition
A Geohash in the middle of Munich was too good not to try it. It was located next to the Königsplatz. Baerenfell went there by bike after work, but found the entrance he hoped for blocked. He than tried two more possible sides of the building and finally found a "no trespassing"-sign. Nearest to the hash was about 18 Meters.
Zb had planned to check out the hash some time around 6pm or 7pm. It promised to be a lazy person's hash, right in the middle of the City of Munich, close to Königsplatz and likely accessible. It was to be found that all was true except the last thing about accessibility. Just like Baerenfell, who I failed to meet, I went after work. I got there around 7:30pm because work was a bit longer than I had hoped. My commute took me into Munich on the train tracks and I took the short detour of my regular route from the station by bike. Just after I got there, two men came who appeared to be housekeepers there, it even seemed they had their apartment in the school. A dog greeted them in a medium-friendly way. I decided that dogs who greet their owners in only a medium-friendly way will likely be openly hostile to strangers and therefore was willing to accept this as a failed attempt. --Zb 18:45, 25 August 2009 (UTC)
On the way to the hash: The grey engine on the left is a class 127, ES 64 P. Although only one has ever been built of the type in the early 1990s, a lot of experience was gained while building and testing it. Today, a huge number of modern engines use technology developed for the E 64 P.
Sub went there by bike after work and arrived at the place at around 5:30 pm.
| Baerenfell and Zb earned the No trespassing consolation prize