2012-07-29 52 1
South east of Hardley Flood and the River Chet, near Loddon, Norfolk, UK.
Today was busy, giving websites make-overs, translating English into Czech and confusing velice with felace much to my amusement when I looked them up in the dictionary. After dozing off in front of the TV, I looked for the weekend hashpoints and found this one, only a few kilometres away and asking for a midnight attempt. It was in the hedgerow beside a quiet country lane and I arrived at 5 past midnight. There was a setting half moon and I spotted a hare in the sugar beet field at the hashpoint. Soon afterwards, I saw a ferret. The entire expedition took about 40 minutes. Midnight hashes do not photograph well!
| Sourcerer earned the Midnight Geohash achievement
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|Norwich, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||South east of Hardley Flood and the River Chet, near Loddon, Norfolk, UK.|
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