Geohashing Migration 2009
In Brandenburg, Germany
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A celebration of the 2009 Berlin geohashing meet
Geohashers from around the world met at these coordinates on 29th August 2009 and left this cache as a permanent record.
Geohashing is a spontaneous adventure generator - coordinates in time and space that cannot be predicted in advance. Only at 15:30 the day before did we learn the exact spot, though the adventure had been weeks in planning as people arrived from far and wide to be ready in Berlin.
At this spot you will find a small traditional. All the geohashers who were also geocachers signed the logbook, so there's no FTF for this cache. However the next visitors to the cache may find some travel bugs, trackable books, and a mysterious and dark object...
A record of our expedition can be found at (visit link)
The co-ordinates are quite precise. Please be careful to restore the camouflage to its original condition so the cache cannot be seen.
If you're coming by car, rather than park awkwardly on the side of the road, go south about 300m along the road and you will find a forest track that you can park on.
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Last Updated: on 2/25/2015 5:09:17 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:09 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum