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On a field boundary halfway between Melton Mowbray, famous for pork pies and Grantham, famous as the birth place of Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first woman prime minister. Mmmmmm - pie!
This was attempt two of three on this day. Neil was returning from one of his beer and curry themed visits to good friends in Staffordshire. This expedition needed a soggy kilometre of walking from a suitable parking place. There was light rain. The hashpoint was on the edge of a field, close to a bin full of pheasant feed. These birds, far more stupid than hens, are raised from factory farmed chicks and fattened up ready for shooting parties in the autumn.
 Other geohashing expeditions on the same day
Expeditions and Plans
|Shepparton, Australia||Felix Dance||In a field south of Violet Town at night.|
|Gainesville, Florida||Grumpa||A stand of trees on a pasture in the middle of a bunch of private property....|
|Tecate, Mexico||LucasBrown||A lot fenced in on three sides off Tavern Road in Alpine, CA|
|Brighton, United Kingdom||Haberdasher||just outside a commercial building in Chichester.|
|Northampton, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||On a field boundary halfway between Melton Mowbray, famous for pork pies an...|
|Birmingham, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||In a field 42 metres off a narrow rural lane. The nearest big town was Utto...|
|Cambridge, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||On the centre line of the A149 trunk road close to Sculthorpe Airfield.|
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