Congratulations Search For N Winners!

| June 2, 2009 | Reply

So – the Search for N is over and they have been found! Which hidden N were you looking for?


Random field - an N was apparently here.

I went for the “Cardiff” one, of which, the coordinates gave me: Abergavenny. I actually used google maps to find it – which was so the wrong option. It gave me the vague whereabouts a field, but not the precise location I needed. Sad to say, someone found it about a minute after I had eventually located where the “Welsh” N was hidden.  Having said that, t was still better than what the N82 did, which was to give me a location 22 miles in the wrong direction (some fuss about inability to put the required number of coordinates).

Winning an N or not, it was really exciting . I wasn’t sure I got on the right train, or was getting at the right stops. I wrongly wore shorts today – wrongly because I climbed over a wall and landed onto a bed of stingy nettles – although right now it feels like micro massages. I also shouldn’t have asked the other random people in the field if they saw a big red silver N and said that it was part of a treature hunt. Hehe.

As far as I know, all the N’s have been found. Commiserations to those who were really close but narrowly missed out. Hope you took picture of where the N should have been so you could get still get a chance of getting your hands on a Nokia N97 (trial).

  • The two London N’s were both found by thereallymobileproject members, Ben and James. Congrats guys! Christian from worldofnokia also narrowly missed out twice in his search for the London N’s.
  • Jerome Rankin, Oxford
  • Lee Archer, Manchester
  • Dean Philips, Birmingham
  • Karl Jenkens, Cardiff
  • David Summers, New Forest

Train to Abergavenny


Maps screenshot - N82 unable to input all 8 coordinates, so had t o use google maps which put me out by about 40metres? I think I walked past it but was found a couple minutes later.

I’ll update with the names of the winners when I find them (have to dash as I have a dinner party to cook for :D).

Thanks to WOMWorld for choosing mynokiablog as one of the participants of the Search for N!

Also, thanks to everyone of  you who followed on the Search For N…

There should be more content from this little blog over the summer, so watch this space 🙂

Lastly, congratulations to the winners and commiserations to those who narrowly missed out. Must go now – I have a palabok to cook. 🙂


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