2012-02-21 -38 145
In a field near the beach at Cape Liptrap.
- Felix Dance, Haydn, Joel and Frenchie from the Victorian Desalination Project.
The previous night, Haydn, Joel and my housemate Brad all went to Walkerville where we engaged in some dubious late-night foresty downclimbing that somewhat scared the shit out of us. Tonight, attempting to recreate the awesomeness, I convinced the others to go geohashing, since I'm going on about it all the time. The four of us minus Brad but plus Welsh/Scottish site engineer Frenchie all jumped into Haydn's car and sped off towards the geohash.
Failing to take the car down the dodgy four-wheel-drive track towards the point, we walked one-and-a-half Ks down the fence-line of the geohash-property before jumping over and marching directly towards the location. After foolishly climbing up and down an unnecessary bushy hill we were there. We spent half an hour eating a picnic dinner and beering it up over a few homebrew longnecks before heading back to the beach track. Dodging a St Andrews Cross spider on the way back we were soon re-vehicled and heading home. Too easy.
Here is the Google Maps route we took.