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In a military zone used for training. Normally, there is no public access.
This was failure one of five attempts today. After a weekend of beer and curry with good friends, the journey home crossed five graticules. The winter weather had finally given way to April sun with gusty winds but it was much warmer and pleasant to be out and about. The hashpoint looked easy to reach using forest and farm tracks. Sadly it was in a military training area without public access. The barrier was 2.5 km from the hashpoint.
| Sourcerer earned the No trespassing consolation prize
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Expeditions and Plans
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|Zürich, Switzerland||Chris 47 8||Just outside winterthur, a forest near a motorway.|
|Northampton, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||In a grassy meadow north west of Corby beside a disused railway.|
|Birmingham, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||On the banks of the river Blythe between the M6 Toll road and the A446, eas...|
|Shrewsbury, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||About halfway between Shrewsbury and Ludlow, Shropshire UK, the hashpoint w...|
|Cambridge, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||In a military zone used for training. Normally, there is no public access.|
|Norwich, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||In a wheat field between the A12 and the coast north of Lowestoft, Suffolk,...|
|Rovaniemi, Finland||isopekka||On the island of the river "Ounasjoki", easy to reach. About 5 km from my h...|
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