Here’s a resampled photo of a page from a website:
Each of those V and A is a visit or attempt to visit a “dashpoint” (a completely random longitude and latitude) since the geodashing game began over 10 years ago. A handful of people have actually gone to each of those locations – that’s a lot of driving.
And here’s my neck of the woods:
Five people (Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Omaha, and Denver) are responsible for most of those spots. Given there are less roads in this part of the country the points are bit more concentrated than in the northeast.
If you think all this craziness has just been in the U.S., take a look at this part of the world (for extra credit, where is this?)
So this particular piece of craziness is world-wide, although only one dashpoint ever reached in China (by guess who?)
Join the fun, geodashing.