2012-06-22 52 1
In Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, UK.
It was a 3.6 km circular walk from the parking place to the hashpoint and back. It was a cool evening after heavy rain. The wind was sighing in the treetops. The outward leg of the walk chased the setting sickle moon which was chasing the recently set sun. The whole walk was in Rendlesham Forest. This woodland has a mixture of pine cultivated for the timber and deciduous trees of many types. There are small paths everywhere and larger fire-break roads. It was a good place to go geohashing and celebrate the summer solstice (a day late). It was dusk at the start of the walk and quite dark at the hashpoint which was under a dense canopy of young closely planted pine trees. Luckily the undergrowth had been cleared so access was relatively easy. There were only 20 or 30 metres fighting through the young trees. On the return leg, an alligator was spotted lurking beside the path. A closer inspection revealed a carved tree trunk.
This area is famous for UFO sightings and there is a waymarked UFO trail. There are two military air bases in the immediate locality which might explain some the the sightings. There are also unusual phenomena with fog, low clouds and lighthouse beams. The coast is not far away.
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