This morning at work I checked the geohash map out of habit, and found that today’s point was less than two miles from home. I of course had no choice but to go as soon as I got home, which is exactly what I did. As soon as I got back from work, I loaded the point on to my GPS, aired up the tires on my rattletrap of a cruiser (because I felt like it), and was off.
Unfortunately the point was in the middle of a soccer field in Lowry that was occupied by a few children and a mother. To avoid looking like a total creeper, I didn’t take any photos, rather I just rode through the spot without stopping. Here’s the track:
I managed to do it without crossing my tracks, which is worth a Tron achievement in geohashing lingo. I did manage to take a photo of my shadow, as seen here:
Really this was just an excuse to get out for 20 minutes of light exercise, which was nice since I’ve been sick for the past few days. Tomorrow I’m heading to Vail Pass, so there should be a few decent photos coming.
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Nice hash, Mike! I haven't been able to make one since October. 😦