Carlisle, United Kingdom
The Carlisle graticule is at latitude 54, longitude -2. It is in the United Kingdom and encompasses parts of Lancashire, Cumbria, Yorkshire, Northumberland and County Durham, including Lancaster and Carlisle. The graticule is extremely rural, containing parts of the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and Pennines. Highly remote geohashes of natural beauty should be expected!
- 2021-08-29: Dan Q and Robin got prickled on a visit to a canalside hashpoint
- 2015-02-14: where the Heysham-M6 link road will one day cross the Lancaster Canal; currently a building site.
- 2013-05-20: on the Ridge Estate, just north of Lancaster
- 2013-05-11: a pasture on the north bank of Nookton Beck, near Derwent Reservoir.
- 2013-05-12: heather moorland on the high ridge separating the Wear and Tees Valleys in the Durham Dales.
- 2012-03-15: a patch of heathland near Coal Wood, Cumbria. This was reached by a motley crew, and saw the birth of George, and a picnic.
- 2008-05-27: a stream just outside Wennington. This was reached by at least two groups, on the first day of the 30W Time Zone Rule.
- 2008-05-24: a field of cows near Low Bentham. This was reached by at least three groups, who met near the site.
- 2008-05-21: a beach just outside Silverdale. The actual coordinates were not quite reached. This was visited on the day the algorithm was released, before the 30W Time Zone Rule.
- Jonno is now checking his graticule daily, and will be attempting to reach hashes using a variety of bicycles.
- Nick Taylor
- Angel in Lancaster, and checking daily in the hope of a hash within walking range; also looking at the adjacent graticules, but still haven't had a chance.
- tr00st vaguely considering activity... Down in the Lancaster area, generally foot and public transport powered only
- mrpwase might be available next year once I bring my car up to Lancaster from back home, and will probably try to rope some uni friends into semi-random roadtrips and hiking expeditions.