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John Hanke
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Adventures on foot
Adventures on foot

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Should be a great event. Wish I could be there.
If you’re in the UK and are looking for something to do this weekend, join us to explore Chester, a 2,000 year old city with @Big_Heritage. http://nian.tc/K2
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Ukrainian resistance in front of the top of Europe - Mont Blanc(4810m)! Pic was taken on the top of Aiguille du Midi 3842m! Kyiv agents Jucico and Dober86.
How often do you see the snow in the middle of the summer and where do you take ingress today?:)
#ingress #resistanceukraine #ingressukraine #montblanc #actualgameplayfootage
+Ingress Resistance Ukraine +Ingress +Ingress Ukraine +Ingressukraine ua +Ingress Kiev +Matilde Tusberti +Anne Beuttenmüller +NIA Ops +Niantic
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Pumped for #Ingress #OperationClearField Oakland CA 7/14. Hope to see you there!
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Great to see. #PokémonGo #Niantic

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going for mine in SF. might try chicago but could be a little busy.
Results of my attempt at #OpClearField up in the triangle this past weekend. Never been much for patches, but hey, not bad. Now to wait for the scanner badge, eh? #ingress
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What manner of beasts have haunted men here? #shapersarewithus #ingress
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Spontaneous #Ingress meetup in Stockholm :-) Great stories of island Portals, Platinum Explorer status, the Voynich Anomaly, and awesome feedback. Thank you!!
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And why is this Roman here? #Ingress +Hank Johnson
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On the trail of another buried ship. What secrets does it hold? Can you name it? #Ingress +Hank Johnson
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+Hank Johnson #Ingress Better if some things had remained hidden.
Have you ever wondered where Niantic gets its name? This National Geographic article includes a really cool map of the ships buried beneath the city of San Francisco. Read the article and you'll find a paragraph about the famous whaling ship, along with a map of its location.

There's even a portal there: https://www.ingress.com/intel?ll=37.794872,-122.401755&z=17&pll=37.794872,-122.401755

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/05/map-ships-buried-san-francisco/
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