2015-02-06 52 1

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Fri 6 Feb 2015 in Norwich, UK:
52.5833871, 1.6088116

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Location[edit]

On a farm track next to a drainage ditch between Halvergate and the river Yare, Norfolk, UK.

Participants[edit]

Sourcerer

ChromeCrusaders

Expedition[edit]

The hashpoint was 2km from the nearest parking place. Farm tracks led right to the location. The walk was in moonlight and there was a cold east wind. In the shelter of trees, the ground was starting to freeze. At the destination, I was safely inside the "circle of uncertainty" but perhaps the hashpoint was in the drainage ditch. I didn't go paddling!

The midnight timing allowed two hashpoints to be reached with only one car journey.

My journey home was uneventful after getting slightly lost.


Unlike the Sourcerer, we decided against walking the 2km and instead decided (after walking 20 feet and turning back) that our bikes were definitely authorised vehicles which is what the sign asked for. The ride was in sunlight and there was no wind at all and I noticed how un-frozen the ground was - because I almost suffered the same fate as last time... (2015-01-30_52_1)

Photos[edit]

Achievements[edit]

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Sourcerer earned the Midnight Geohash achievement
by reaching the (52, 1) geohash on 2015-02-06 in the middle of the night.
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ChromeCrusaders earned the Land geohash achievement
by reaching the (52, 1) geohash on 2015-02-06.
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ChromeCrusaders earned the Ferry Achievement
by using a ferry on the way to the hash (52, 1) geohash on 2015-02-06.

Expeditions and Plans

2015-02-06
Christchurch, New Zealand Quaternary Cracroft, Christchurch, New Zealand
Norwich, United Kingdom Sourcerer, ChromeCrusaders On a farm track next to a drainage ditch between Halvergate and the river Y...


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Sourcerer's Expedition Links[edit]

2015-02-05 52 1 - 2015-02-06 52 1 - 2015-02-07 52 1 - KML file download of Sourcerer's expeditions for use with Google Earth.