State College, Pennsylvania

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Today's Location: [State College, PA]

The State College, Pennsylvania graticule is at latitude 40, longitude -77.

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[edit] Boroughs in this Graticule

  • Carlisle
  • Lewistown
  • Mifflinburg
  • Shippensburg
  • State College
  • Mechanicsburg

[edit] Local Geohashers

add your name here!

[edit] Inactive Geohashers

  • Jesse, I'll only visit geohashings located in the southern end of this graticule.
  • Clint, I'm in the State College area. I'll definitely be visiting any geohashes close to us, and MAYBE take a daytrip/picnic (with wife and kid) to a southern location on a Saturday.
  • Danielle, I'm in State College and I'll be checking out any geohashes close to here. If I have time, I may go farther on a Saturday.
  • Jon, I may drive to this graticule when the hash is to the East!
  • SeanQuinn, I'm in State College but have no GPS. Rely on the Google Maps for the time being.
  • User:lme11, This looks interesting but I doubt I'll be going to any soon. I'm in State College.
  • Emily, I live in Pittsburgh, but this is where my family is, so I may make some of the more southern spots...
  • User:Drakon, I'm in State College and have no GPS. Will either drive or bike to hashes. Anything off of route 45 is usually game on weekends.
  • Henry: In State College as well, so only locations on this end of the map
  • Russ: In state college attending Penn state. GuitarFreak on the fora. I'm up for anywhere around the state college area.

[edit] Notable Activities

[edit] Achievements

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Drakon earned the Virgin Graticule Achievement
by being the first to reach any hashpoint in the (40, -77) graticule, here, on 2008-06-28.

Note: This ribbon was awarded by Eldin long after the original expedition. This was the first claimed success in this graticule. No evidence was provided, but there's a general consensus that the early geohashing expeditions are held to a lower standard of proof, and this one was just over a month after Geohashing began. Additionally, Rhonda did not claim the virgin achievement on her 2010-07-11 40 -77 expedition, which was the first in the graticule to provide adequate proof.