22-Jun-2008 -- Cheryl and I were on our way home (Washington, DC area) from a square dance weekend in Milwaukee and, as is our custom, we scheduled a number of GPS activities (geodashing and confluence visits) to break up the monotony of the long drive. Traveling east on I-70 north of Dayton, Ohio, we diverted north about 10 miles on OH-235 to 40N84W. The confluence lies some 30 yards west of the highway, but the shoulder is almost that wide (see photo #2 to the north and photo #3 to the south) so we pulled off the road and parked at 40N. One can almost get a zero reading by leaning and stretching across the fence at the edge of the woods (photo #1). But as Mr. Kerski did on his visit 3 years ago, I hopped the fence and recorded zero (photo #6) just a few feet further east. Photo #4 looking east shows the immediate environment of the confluence on the woods side of the fence. Photo #5 shows highway OH 235 in the view to the west.