St. Louis, Missouri

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The St. Louis graticule is at latitude 38, longitude -90. It includes the St. Louis metropolitan area as well as parts of Franklin, Jefferson, and St. Charles counties.

Earliest activity

The first so-called "activity" was on May 25, 2008. It was done by Drew and Mike. Nothing happened, we were just bored. For the record, this was not a full-fledged meetup. It was just something to do.


Notable Events

Someone in St. Ann, Mo on Sims Ave potentially won the Couch Potato Geohash award on August 29th, 2008.

Total Solar Eclipse in the Southern area of the graticule August 21st, 2017.

Saturday, June 28

2008-07-12 - Unknown geohashers report meeting in Missouri Botanical Garden.

An anonymous geohasher earned the Virgin Graticule Achievement
by being the first to reach any hashpoint in the (38, -90) graticule, here, on 2008-07-12.

NOTE:The first successful expedition was claimed by an unknown individual, who never provided any evidence. Thus, this Virgin graticule award could be disputed.

Local Geohashers

External Links

Geohashes considered

2008-11-15 - Enigmocracy planned to be there with benbw

2009-06-13 Ender4978 plan on being there, possibly with others.

2009-06-13 Diceman plans on being there. Perhaps with my wife (She might not find out that "the internet decided where we will go" until we actually get there.) It looks like this weeks Hash is right next to a creek in JeffCo.

2011-08-20 - Drew has planned to be there with some friends as well as posting it on Reddit to get others out there.