2013-08-05 45 -110

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Mon 5 Aug 2013 in 45,-110:
45.6693250, -110.9701443

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By Rocky Creek, in a field near the railroad a few miles east of Bozeman.



I drove north from 2013-08-05 44 -110, and after getting some supplies in Bozeman found the general site area without any problem. My first walk in through the field got me confused -- the vegetation is over eye-high in places -- so I waded in along the creek (shown, apparently inaccurately, as the "East Gallatin River" on Google Maps) and got to the site without too much difficulty.

Now here's the thing: I could have SWORN I was at least the second person at the hashpoint today. There was broken vegetation leading up to the hashpoint, and a little area right at the point that looked good and trampled. So, I was a little amazed to see that not only has nobody written up the expedition yet, but nobody has EVER written up an expedition in the Livingston graticule. I'm claiming the cherry for now, but if someone else claims they were at 2013-08-05 before me today, I'd believe 'em. Or, maybe a cow just happened to take a nap at the hashpoint a few days ago.

The day continued at 2013-08-05 47 -111.



  • Michael5000's first Expedition to Montana.
Michael5000 earned the Multihash Achievement
by reaching 2 hash points on 2013-08-05. It's a Double Hash.
Michael5000 earned the Consecutive geohash achievement
by reaching hash points on 3 consecutive days starting on 2013-08-03.
Michael5000 earned the Virgin Graticule Achievement
by being the first to reach any hashpoint in the (45, -110) graticule, here, on 2013-08-05.