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Collaborative drawings

I have been experimenting with the GPS data collected during PGN14. Drawings shown in previous posts have involved collaborations of GPS tracks by combining individual journeys as layers into a GIS and displaying the data by day or person. 936 more words

Archaeologists In Residence

Not lost

It was in a frenzy – it was the only way to describe it.  It couldn’t even catch its breath let alone enunciate properly.  And just when the… 507 more words

Mother's Day Geocaching #719 - #723

Mother’s day came a day early this year for me as I spent the day with my best girl, our daughter and Geo-kid, Emo doing 5 Geocaches a few miles up the road from home. 1,075 more words


Hekla and the Global Positioning System

There are occasions when you as an expert in the field write something short and to the point and you expect everyone else to be able to follow you. 1,435 more words



A man walked into oncoming traffic. Suffice it to say, his Global Positioning System had failed him in two distinct yet equally important ways: firstly, by providing dangerously inaccurate directions and secondly, by neglecting to remind him that controlled-access highways should only be navigated within the safety of a well-maintained and legally registered automobile. 173 more words

Buddhist Cartography: Uncharted Silence.

Each of us is a walking atlas of inner maps that we use to navigate through life.

We have a primary map drawn through the brain’s ability to give form to the world through the use of language and the word.  562 more words


When God Almighty created G.P.S., He must’ve had Lynn Mass., in His forethoughts

Lynn, Lynn,

The ‘City of Sin’;

You never come out,

The way you went in.

For the past couple of years, I’ve been traveling to the beautiful city of Lynn, Massachusetts because I was recently given an annual Uniform Allowance by my employer, and the ‘City of Sin’ apparently has one of the best work clothing outlets for my particular line of work. 876 more words