For Sun, 6/1, in Stonington, CT (according to "accurate bullshit along those lines"), I would say 2pm on would be possible, with around 4pm being most probable. No rafts will be needed, but punch, pie, games. etc. may be considered. An actual GPS was purchased by Patrick to facilitate actual geohash location.
- I dunno...looks like its about 100 feet away from a house, in their back yard... Yasu 05:50, 1 June 2008 (UTC)
Dead car blues...you got them dead car blues
It's in the woods; entering from the side near the brook, we might be able to swing iti; also, given that my GPS rounds to 3 decimals, we may not have to get that close to get the hash!
- After some tooling around with Google Earth, it looks like if you stand on the sidewalk right in front of that green circle on the neighbor's lawn (what the hell is that anyway?), you could probably get the GPS to round up to the proper coordinates. Yasu 18:15, 1 June 2008 (UTC)
I might still go solo, but the later it gets, the less motivated I am.
Hah, grats on making it today (er, yesterday). I would not have had the courage to flat out ask the property owner. Yasu 05:34, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
Any updates on the status of Memorial Day's geocash? --Yusuke 20:29, 13 June 2008 (UTC)
Have not gone back, so no. We didn't put a URL on there, if memory serves me right... so if you're looking for gas money, give it a shot :)
Update on the geocash: It's gone. I think it may have just fallen off though, because everything else was exactly as it was when we left that day. Though I noticed that there was a sign on The Root of All Science from the city of Coventry saying "Please Do Not Little Our Pond." Was that there before? --Yusuke 01:21, 9 July 2008 (UTC)
Did it really say don't little our pond? Because for you it would be a typo; in reality that would be an awesome (awkward noun mine). Patrick
Oh my god I missed the best geohash location ever today I am so sad right now. I could have walked there in under an hour, then gone to Walmart/Gamestop for some great deals! --Yusuke 03:24, 29 November 2008 (UTC)
geohash statistical anomolies
IMHO, this is worth a page on it's own... (esp if others find more anomolies of various natures (and this would help encourage... :) --Nemo 04:00, 5 June 2008 (UTC)
Thanks, man. It was easy enough - there is a list of previous hashpoints on the talk page. find your own lat lon decimals (geotude.com), and match them up with a range within a short distance of your abode. This is also how I initiated my "Geohash Fan Fiction", except for the last one! -Patrick
Flamehead6544 (Once known as Yusuke's ride) would love to help, but his car is about as dead as dead things get, so he cannot be counted on for punch, pie, games, or rafts. His raptor defenses will also be sorely missed. Some other week, hopefully. My talk page will say when my car is fixed, and I shall ride again! =EDIT= I CAN HAS CAR NAO??? YA RLY!!! Today is my first attempt at a geohash with the new truck. Hoping to get others to come down on June 29th!
Sorry for logging in so late in the day on a weekend - was feelin a little blah and was watchin' the Sox instead. Have fun, and good luck; the hash looks to be more naturified than any other attempts, successful or otherwise. Wood nymph raptors might abound... -Patrick
Patrick plans to head out to a reachable hash on Job Dr. in Exeter...leave comments here!
UPDATE: Didn't happen...sorry.
I haven't been active in Geohashing for a while, but am curious to see if there are still active-y types around!
I live in Davis, California now, for anyone even reading this...