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In a elderberry tree near Syderstone, Norfolk, United Kingdom. The hash point was right beside a bridle path and very easy to get to. Wikiloc
This was Sourcerer, Neil's first ever geohash. He visited the tree as part of a day trip to the north Norfolk coast. Brambles made it impossible to reach the exact coordinates but the GPS receiver said it was within 3 metres. As the device is accurate to +/- 4 metres under ideal conditions, I believe this counts.
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