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In light rough on the Halesworth Golf Course.
Sourcerer, Neil chased the setting sickle moon into the west as the daylight slowly faded. There was a small layby about 300 metres from the hashpoint and a disused road led in the right direction. Bats were flying and owls could be heard in the distance. A short walk into the golf course led past a green and across the fairway into light rough. The club house was a few hundred metres away and looked welcoming. The course was deserted because it was nearly dark. The GPS receiver distance-to-destination measurement dropped to 1 metre. Neil walked in a small circle but the distance never went below 1 metre. The evening calm was shattered by sirens. It was the railway level crossing. A three car diesel multiple unit train was labouring up hill heading towards Halesworth and Beccles.
This expedition had a bit more spice than usual because, unusually, the Google Earth view was covered in cloud. There was a greater element of surprise. Tomorrow's hash is interesting too. It's in the grounds of Banham Zoo and perhaps the hashpoint is in a tiger enclosure. Sadly, Neil has to work and will not find out.
Expedition three of four spanning midnight,
This was really close to the route between the two real hashpoints so the extra effort was minimal. Dry 13 C - hot for December!
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Expeditions and Plans
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|München, Germany||Zb||On a hill near Amperpettenbach.|
|Norwich, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||In light rough on the Halesworth Golf Course.|
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