2013-07-07 28 -82

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Sun 7 Jul 2013 in Odessa, Florida:
28.1754668, -82.5963789

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The Plan[edit]

What luck! This is right off the route we normally take to go back to Jacksonville. Swing by for a geohash before continuing on our way.

The Geohashers[edit]

The Adventure[edit]

What needs to be stressed about this adventure is how wholly it wasn't out of the way. From the route we had already planned to drive, it was a grand total of fifteen minutes to leave the highway, hit the geohash, and get back on the road.

Once again, a Speed Racer would have been a bad idea, given that it was close to an intersection and the limit was 30 MPH. There was another hash tree, interesting considering there was one the day before, and I have no idea what kind of fruit that is, if it's fruit in the first place. Anyone? If need be, I can link to the original size.

Not much to say about this hash. It was inside Odessa Industrial Park, we were seeing restricted access signs further down the hash road, which was thankfully empty, Erica didn't bother bringing out her camera in favor of her phone, the hash dance got a little annoying and sparked a desire for a new GPS or a Win8 app, followed by careful deliberation on what I'd put in an app like that, left the Six of Diamonds, and then we were gone.



Geoff earned the Consecutive geohash achievement
by reaching 2 consecutive hash points starting on 2013-07-06.