Talk:2009-05-09 49 -125

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Wow. I wish now to formally apologize for (and sheepishly admit to) thinking when I first met you that you were just there as a girlfriend and wouldn't be a regular geohasher. You have repeatedly proved yourself sufficiently insane dedicated to be considered a fully fledged member of this graticule. Better luck next time. Oh and when you say less than one hour, do you mean less than one hour to get there, conduct the meetup and get home, or less than one hour to get there? I attended a geohash ten blocks from my house once and spent about five hours. -Robyn 06:23, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

No worries about first impressions, and thank you for the wishes for next time. Next time coordinates land near Courtenay when I have free time, I have every intention of making up for it. I'm not letting the maps I printed off go to waste. :P As for less than one hour, I mean less than one hour to get to the immediate vicinity of the geohash -- so, not counting the time to locate the exact spot, nor to party there, nor the time to get back. Overall I'm thinking I can devote at most three hours for a round-trip on a workday, as long as I'm not too tired afterwards to work that evening. (Hurrah for research jobs.) - Elbie 22:12, 13 May 2009 (UTC)
We have the awesomest graticule. Is there anywhere else where you can do a transit kayak hash? Where there are so many avid geohashers that when the coordinates are inaccessible there are two separate noteworthy expeditions to different graticules? I realized today that Vancouver NEEDS the inaccessible geohashes, to give us a chance to rest, recover and clean up. -Robyn 22:27, 13 May 2009 (UTC)