2010-05-06 57 11

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Thu 6 May 2010 in 57,11:
57.6381594, 11.9000189

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Today's expedition was a really nice one with wonderful weather, short distance to the hash point and a nice hash place. We started from the Chalmers University campus with half an hour of messing with phones and computers in order to get some gps-device to work properly. After this we left for a nice bike trip to the hash point.

At the hash point, we had a really short climbing session, only to discover that by walking some extra 50 meters, we could have by-passed all the cliffs... After about hundred meters of walk in the forest, we reached the coordinates. Usually, when reaching the coordinates on a hashpedition, Gabriel celebrates by getting a call from his parents, urgently in need of computer service. However, this did not happen today. Instead Sigrid felt responsible for keeping the tradition and therefore got distracted by a phone call during the whole hashpoint-reached-procedure'. In the meanwhile Gabriel took some photos of us and some flowers while I stood there and...eh...did something. Obviously. Can't remember what, though...

The tour home was really nice, but would be really boring to read about. Hence, I won't write one more empty phrase about it.

That was it!

The Biology Lecture of the Hash[edit]

The new knowledge of today (for me, Jonatan) was:

- Some English, Latin and Swedish names of some flowers. See photos.

- That the process when a grows from an enrolled state is called cercinate vernation. See photo below for an example.

- That needles doesn't count as foliage even though for instance larch needles fall of during the winter.


Gabriel, Sigrid and Jonatan earned the Land geohash achievement
by reaching the (57, 11) geohash on 2010-05-06.
Gabriel, Sigrid and Jonatan earned the Bicycle geohash achievement
by cycling 29.9 km to the (57, 11) geohash on 2010-05-06.
Gabriel, Sigrid and Jonatan earned the Flora Achievement
by studying, discussing and taking pictures of every trace of flower in the vicinity of the (57, 11) geohash on 2010-05-06.

Track Log[edit]

Campus --> Hash point: [1]
Hash point --> Home: [2]