2011-05-30 53 -0
North east of Carlton-le-Moorland on Navenby Lane near Newark-on-Trent, Lincolnshire, UK.
This was a perfect wet day, road hashpoint. The GPS receiver distance dropped right down to zero without even getting out of the car. The evidence photo shows one metre with the receiver propped up on the dashboard. After a most relaxing weekend with lots of curry and beer, I was returning home by a slower but shorter route to take in this point which was only three miles off the main road.
This was a failed speed racer opportunity. The lane was too narrow and curved to reach the legal speed limit.
This was my 50th successful expedition!
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