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Thanks to all supporters who took part in the voting!

TURF INSIDER January 2024-01-30 16:31:34

Round winners – December 2023 (Round #162)

Congratulations to the winners of round December 2023: Király from Skåne decided to take one more Gold, gerald_flux.rc from Berlin added another Silver to his medal row and nicos from Berlin turfed home his first Bronze. Well done mates!


Upcoming events

If you are organizing an open event, don't forget to write to insider@turfgame.com a couple of months in advance to get the information about your event into the news letter :)


VBWinterC24 Saturday 10th of February in Umeå, Sweden

The winter classic is back in Umeå and will be for both bike and foot on the same day. It will be cold, hopefully lots of snow and during the few hours of daylight at this time of the year.


Bonanza 2024 in Enköping

I hope you have booked the14th of September 2024 for attending the next Bonanza in Enköping, Sweden. More news will follow when we get closer to the date!


Voting for new Medals

As a Supporter you have the chance to vote for the next new Medal in Turf. Five different medals have been suggested by Crew and you can vote HERE until the end of January 2024.


Turf Awards 2023

It's finally time to nominate the Turf achievements in 2023 that you consider the most spectacular, amazing or funny. You can nominate turfers in four different competition categories until February 29th. Nominate HERE. When the nomination period is over, up to five nominees are selected in each category by Crew. During April, all turfers will have the chance to vote for a winner in each category. The winners will be revealed at the Bonanza banquet on September 14th. Many thanks in advance for your contribution. Remember to start jotting down for yourself the spectacular achievements of 2024 so that you will remember them in a year when it is time to nominate for Turf Awards 2024!


Turfing in Extreme Cold –by Kygni

During the coldest night of my life, the night between 3rd and 4th of January 2024, I took a two hour long Turf trip after ice bathing and sauna. I started the trip at 02:53 from the center in Luleå, the zone 'Greysoul'. You see the view from the zone in the picture below.


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I wanted to make a zone picture, but the phone had a few issues...

From there I wanted to bike straight home because I was very tired, but I also wanted to truly experience the extreme cold so I took a little detour on my way home. As most turfers know, having the phone on the bike is the most optimal, that way you can check the map whenever you need, instead of taking out your phone from your pocket, however in minus -35 degrees Celsius, even the most rugged phone will die on you within minutes.


I had to bike from memory and have the phone in my jacket and even then, the phone struggled to keep warm and alive. I passed two thermometers on the way and both said it was minus 35 degrees, however the official SMHI (red. Swedish weather forecast service) observation in Kallax said it went as low as -36.4C this night. A friend's thermometer showed as low as -37C, and I heard that locally it went as low as -38C. When I passed the train station, every train was cancelled because of the extreme cold. The Cold Record for Luleå is -41,0, recorded in 1999, so it was very close this night.


At the end of my Turf trip, I had a pain in my cheeks and had to use a flag around my face to prevent frostbites. I got to keep almost every zone the rest of the round since the warmest I noticed before the December round ended was the superwarm -23C. No one in Luleå will think -20C is cold for the rest of the winter.”


The coldest I myself have been out biking in, was back in the middle of the 90's when I lived in Umeå and wanted to go to the cinema on a cold Boxing Day, so off I went in a crisp -28C. This was way before Turf and way before any cell phone that would die on me. The other day we had a lovely -18C here in Uppsala and the phone survived 30 min outside on my bike's handlebars before it decided to give up in zone number 14, which luckily was only 100 meters from home.


Turf Insider at Turfwiki- by ojarnstr

Turfwiki is not only the place for all matters of knowledge of Turf, but also its history. I started a project a few years ago to add all Turf insider newsletters to the Turfwiki. This project is now almost complete with over 10 years’ worth of Turf insider newsletters. https://wiki.turfgame.com/en/wiki/Turf_insider


As always, I am hoping more people will join me in writing articles for Turfwiki. If nothing else, please at least write your own user article. Tell the rest of the Turf world, a little bit about yourselves and how you

Turf.


https://wiki.turfgame.com/en/wiki/User:YourTurfname (eng. wiki)

https://wiki.turfgame.com/sv/wiki/Anändare:DittTurfnamn (sv. wiki)


Funny thing if you do this, you can check all pages that are linked to your user article. If you have been an active turfer for many years… your name will probably come up in a few Turf insiders or other articles.


If you have questions about the wiki, please contact me by mail.

ojarnstr / ojarnstr@gmail.com”


There are a few issues of Turf Insider missing from the Turf Wiki, and ojarnstr would be very grateful for anyone finding the very early issues for him (October 2012 and earlier) and also three issues from 2015 (February, June and August). If you have any of these issues saved, please e-mail them to ojarnstr :)


Turf Picture of the Month

This months Turf Picture is of the zone SkellSquare taken by Marilium.

SkellSquare Maria Burlin

If you have a Zone picture you want featured as Turf Picture of the Month, send it to insider@turfgame.com Please include your Turf nick for recognition!


Turfa lugnt/Safe turfing!

//Munin



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Medal vote for supporters 2023-12-17 20:58:29

The voting is now repaired. Please vote again if you have voted these previous days(17-19dec).

All supporters are now welcome to vote for the next medal in Turf.

Feel free to cast your vote HERE

https://turfgame.com/pages/page_vote.php


Only one medal will be picked, and the voting is closed at the end of January.


TURF INSIDER December 2023-12-12 19:15:45

Round winners – November 2023 (Round #161)

Congratulations to the winners of round November 2023: Veit from Hamburg is the first German turfer to take a Gold Medal, gerald_flux.rc from Berlin took his third Silver and DaHunter from Stockholm turfed home his second Bronze.Well done mates!


Our German Crew member JoasK interviewed Viet and here are the Q&A:

Q: Did you go for gold right from the beginning or did it happen by accident?
Gold was not planned. I first thought about Top 3 on November 10th when Gerald asked if I wanted to go for it. Top 3 still felt surreal, but from then on I was prepared to invest more than usual. I believed in gold after week 2.

Q: Did you have vacation so that you could concentrate on Turf?
No vacation, but I deliberately reduced my overflowing overtime quota on the first Monday because I wanted to create a cushion at the start of the round to keep me in the elite. In the end, 2 spontaneous floating holidays were added.

Q: What do you do for a living?
Airbus / Systems Engineer Climate. Normally, 3 days of attendance are mandatory - I worked almost exclusively from home in November because it was more flexible - I worked before, between and after Turf;) 

Q: How does it feel to be the first German Gold Winner?
It actually makes me proud - just being able to wear the leader shirt for 4 weeks was motivating. But the most important thing about Germany’s first gold was the interest, support and motivation of my German teammates - it was touching.

Q: What was the biggest challenge during the four weeks?
The biggest challenge was clearly the dark, cold, wet evening rounds in unknown regions around Hamburg where the zones already have to be experienced/pushed hard under normal circumstancesQ: What was your personal highlight during the last four weeks?
Berlin with the many zone highways and the meeting with the family of Das Huhn.

Q: You said you were a bit ambivalent about Turf. What do you mean by that?
True: I’m not an unreserved Turf fan. I like cycling, love multi-day tours or long day trips to beautiful regions. Turf dictates the tours a bit - regardless of the attractiveness, only depending on the zone density. As a result, you enslave yourself somewhat, forgo social rides, spend more time alone on the bike and, in the most extreme cases, plan your vacation accordingly. On the other hand, I cycled almost 1600 km this month (would have been limited to work routes without Turf), got to know nice people and many regions.


Hopefully we will see more German turfers in 2024! And not only fighting for the top 3 spots in the world.


Upcoming events

If you are organizing an open event, don't forget to write to insider@turfgame.com a couple of months in advance to get the information about your event into the news letter :)


Luleå W2023 Saturday 9th of December in Luleå, Sweden

A 3 hour event in the north of Sweden. This is for turfers who enjoy cold, darkness and a bit of snow.


Lusseturf Sunday 10th of December in Västerås, Sweden

For the eleventh year, Turf Västmanland is organising Lusseturf, an open Foot event famous for their lussebullar :) Please sign up HERE.


Nyårslöftet Monday 1st of January in Eslöv, Sweden

Organised by Turf Skåne for the 8th time as the first Turf Event of the year. Take the train to Eslöv, get off the train and you are in the Event area, it can not be easier to join a Turf Event! Read more about it HERE.


VBWinter24 Saturday 10th of February in Umeå, Sweden

The winter classic is back in Umeå and will be for both bike and foot on the same day. It will be cold, hopefully lots of snow and during the few hours of daylight at this time of the year. Umeå has already "some" snow, as can be seen here in the zone Ratatosk.

#Ratatosk #turfgame (9)

Closer to the Event date you can find more information HERE


Bonanza 2024 in Enköping

I hope you have booked the14th of September 2024 for attending the next Bonanza in Enköping, Sweden. More news will follow when we get closer to the date!


Advent Calendars 2023

Turf Skåne's Advent Calendar is up and running, HERE. The rules are simple:

  • The assignments do not have to be completed on the same day as they are announced in the calendar, but all assignments must be completed during the month of December.

  • The assignments can be carried out at the earliest on the same day that they are announced.

  • If several zones are to be taken during a mission, all zones must be taken during the same day.

  • You can complete the missions with takes, assists and/or revisits.
    When you have completed a mission, you send us the zone name(s) and tour nick (below). Form on the home page!

  • Board members cannot win prizes.

  • If you win a prize, you must collect it yourself in Skåne, we do not send any winnings. Two winners will get the book Lonely Planet Epic Bike Rides of Europe.


Planet Gary is also running a Turf Calander for all turfers out there, read more about it HERE. Planet Gary has an easy option and a challenging option for each day and there is no need to register or ask to take part. Just get on with it. Tasks should be completed on the same day but no worries if not, so if you have not heard about it until now, you can still join! Details will be posted on Planet Gary each evening for the following days task. The rules are many and quite fun to read, so head over to Planet Gary to read all of them :)


Voting for new Medals

The next medals will be decided by the Turf Community ie YOU! At the moment the different alternatives are being put together by Crew. Hopefully the vote will take place later in December, but as always life can get in the way. The developers are hopeful they can put together meaningful medals to vote for soon. But rest assure, voting for new medals will come sooner or later to a digital space close to you :)


Turf Picture of the Month

This months Turf Picture is of the zone Nappträdet taken by Jonteman.

#Nappträdet #turfgame~3

If you have a Zone picture you want featured as Turf Picture of the Month, send it toinsider@turfgame.com Please include your Turf nick for recognition! Deadline for next Turf insider is Saturday the 6th of January 2024.


Turfa lugnt/Safe turfing!

//Munin


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Android 14 background turfing 2023-11-22 21:05:49

Due to changes in how Android handles apps in the background we have now released an app update.

After updating to the latest version of Turf you can now set Location permissions to "Always" for the Turf app, which is required for the app to run as expected in the background.

To do this you can either reach the location permissions via the normal system settings. Or you can long press the app, go to the app settings and permissions.

//Turf dev

TURF INSIDER November 2023-11-22 20:58:25

Round winners – October 2023 (Round #160)

Congratulations to the winners of round October 2023: Björke from Östergötland took not only Gold, but also became the fith turfer to be awarded the Roundpointer 2M medal, gerald_flux.rc from Berlin added a Silver to his previous two Bronzes, and AJHB from Greater London turfed home a Bronze. Well done mates!


The Roundpointer medals that were released last round, requires you to take a zone to be awarded the medal. If you reach the Roundpointer level by pph, you will not automatically get the medal. You need to go out and actively take a zone. If you have not been awarded a Roundpointer medal due to this bug, write an issue and it can be manually awarded to you :) Note that only the 2 M Roundpointer will be awarded retroactive beyond round 159 when the medals were released. Any other Roundpointer level has to have been reached AFTER the medals were released at the beginning of October 2023.


Upcoming events

If you are organizing an open event, don't forget to write to insider@turfgame.com a couple of months in advance to get the information about your event into the news letter :)


Lusseturf Sunday 10th of December in Västerås

For the eleventh year, Turf Västmanland is organising Lusseturf, an open Foot event famous for their lussebullar :) Please sign up HERE.


Bonanza 2024 in Enköping

I hope you have booked the14th of September 2024 for attending the next Bonanza in Enköping, Sweden. More information will come closer to the Event.


When winning a Round of Turf in any of the official Turf countries, the price is your own zone. Many winners name it after themselves, in one way or another like Király001, SJ201601 and ZX201905 or RozalionPier, MBSecretPath, WsnurrsHage and KingeninHeart. The reason behind the location of a winner zone can be as simple as the winner lives or works near the zone and other times there is more thought behind both the name and the location.


Corazon – Corellian

"My first winner zone is up on a hill overlooking the city of Mariehamn and the Slemmern Bay. I wanted a zone there by the old wooden windmill simply because I love windmills and thought it was a really nice spot, deserving a zone. The zone name is Corazon, Cor-a-zon with a reference to my nick "Corellian" but also as in (spanish/mexican) "heart". To match the zone name the zone shape is a heart (for love and courage) with a crown (for loyalty), but it also looks like a strawberry. The zone is dedicated to my beloved and loyal berry-loving daughter, who loves Mexico. She decided on the zoneshape and spelling of the zonename."


ZurSieg and KemperWerth - JoasK

I have placed 2 of my 3 Winner Zones on a narrow, green strip between 2 rivers (Rhine and Sieg). This is where the Sieg ends and flows into the Rhine. The path there is very lovely, you walk across meadows and through old forest. At the end it doesn’t go any further. So you have to go back again. I like this place. It’s a bit of Lands’ End. I didn’t think much about the names. I chose them so that they fit the surroundings. It only occurred to me afterwards that it might be nice to choose the names so that you know who they’re from or when they were won.”


PreciousSons -féarglas

This is in a Commonwealth war graves cemetary, and a wee boy aged 4 that was killed on the local road where all our children run up and down is buried there. The community came out to line the street for his funeral procession. The zone is at the graves of two boys that died in their first 3 months, one even at 8 days old. When I passed there one night, I saw something flashing in the dark, it was a Happy Birthday 16 balloon. It struck me then, as my son had just turned 16. And I thought whether alive or dead, children we have had are precious. And that’s my reminder when I take that zone.”


Earlier this year, swine pest was discovred in the forest close to Fagersta in Sweden and a large nature area has been off limits in order to not spread the disease. Recently a new zone was put in this area, close to a local beach and a cluster of summer houses. This was promptly reported on Facebook by a local turfer and it resulted in a discussion about whose responsibility it is to make sure zones in off limit areas is not taken by turfers.


The main responsibility lies with the turfer to NOT take zones that are off limit for one reason or another. If it is illegal to enter the area where a zone is located, do not enter that area. Turf Crew, however, is no police and can not punish any turfer taking zones in off limits areas. Turf Crew is not all knowing, especially not about local regulations and events like a swing pest. The zone makers are from many different countries and are not up to date with everything that goes on in every Turf country. This is were local turfers are so important and Turf Crew would like their help via the issue system to learn about when a zone ends up in an off limit area.


Turf Crew are conscious situations like the swine pest will arise and we try to keep up to date where we can and please, notify us via the issue system. Once we are made aware of local restrictions, we will consider them and respond in a responsible way in keeping with the specific situation. Sadly there is no way to ”inactivate” a zone without deleting it, and zones are never deleted. It would mess up both medals and all statistics regarding that zone. Zones can be moved, but for zones in the swine pest area, this is not considered a viable solution. There are just too many zones affected. So, again it comes down to the responsibility of the turfer.


Once Turf Crew are made aware of a situation where an area is off limits, we will inform all active zone makers and try our best to make sure no new zones are made in the area while restrictions are in place. Together Turf Crew and the turfing community can make sure restricted areas are not turfed in.


Turf Clubs/Associations

Presentation of the association Turf Västmanland - uTurf (Sweden) by Optimus

"We have existed as an association for just over 6 years (the association was formed on 2017-05-17) and even before the association was formed we had started organizing events in Västerås, Sweden. Over the years, we have, in different years, had member meetings, closed member events and club championships. Under the association's auspices, open events have also been organized (for example the annual "Lusseturfen" around Lucia every year) and Bonanza 2018 and the upcoming Bonanza 2024 (Bonanza 2012 was before the association existed). We have produced and sold various T-shirts, buffs, etc. We have had an average of 63 members during these years. From the beginning, we were part of the Orienteering Association, but we didn't notice any benefits from that, so we are no longer part of it.


We have made a survey to see what the members think - and it can be easily summarized with: Events and the Monthly Meetings (which are sometimes called Turf Beer). We also asked what more we can do and there were requests to coordinate trips to other cities to explore new zones (but no one has organized that yet) and generally raise interest in Turf.


We also wanted to draw attention to Turfare who might have done something special. It can be almost anything that is a little out of the ordinary and the person you "nominate" does not have to be a member of the association. But the special thing must preferably have happened in Västmanland, Sweden or someone from Västmanland who did something extra for the entire Turf world. There we would need your help with nominations (and of course everyone can nominate, regardless of whether you are a member of the association or not). Email your nomination together with a motivation toadmin@uturf.se - THANK YOU in advance! There you can also ask questions to the association if you want. If you want to read more about us or become a member, you can do so atwww.uturf.se (right now the page is being updated, but hopefully more info will be there shortly)."


If you belong to a Turf Association that has not yet been featured in Turf Insider, write about it to insider@turfgame.com :)


December is not far away and a popular feature of the December round in the last few years, have been Turf advent calendars. Turf Skåne will be organising one this year and information will be posted on their home page closer to the start of December, HERE. Turf Insider has no information if the very popular Advent Calendar by turfers in Örebro will happen again this year, but we hope! 


Turf Picture of the Month

This months Turf Picture is of the zone JaktEfterZon taken by Fafng.

#JaktEfterZon #turfgame

If you have a Zone picture you want featured as Turf Picture of the Month, send it to insider@turfgame.com Please include your Turf nick for recognition!


Turfa lugnt/Safe turfing!

//Munin


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TURF INSIDER October 2023-10-08 18:16:24

Round winners – September 2023 (round #159)

Congratulations to the winners of round September 2023: Gallant from Kalmar took his second Gold, pPilot from Scotland took his second silver and Pilgrim from Västra Götaland added a Bronze to his medal row. Well done mates!


Upcoming events

If you are organizing an open event, don't forget to write to insider@turfgame.com a couple of months in advance to get the information about your event into Turf Insider :)

Östgopen 7th of October in Linköping

Two events organised by Östergötland Turf Association. Read more about it HERE.


Events are fun and if you want to organize your own, write to events@turfgame.com and our amazing Event manager will help you :)


Bonanza 2024

We finally have a place and date for next year's Bonanza: 14th of September in Enköping, Sweden.

Västmanland and Uppsala, in cooperation, will host the next Bonanza in Enköping the 14thof September 2024.


The Banquet dinner will be held at “Kompassen”, Kaptensgatan 4 in Enköping.


For those of you already planning to go and know you will stay the night, here are some Turf-deals for accomodation:

At Kompassen you can stay on your own sheets and sleeping mat on the floor for 250 kr/night. A 4-person room costs 1295 kr/night, a double room 995 kr and a single room 795 kr, with breakfast included.

Book at +46 (0)171 15 33 90.


Use the code ”Turf” to get a discount at hotel Best Western at Kyrkogatan 7 in Enköping during the Bonanza weekend. Single rooms are 800 kr/night and double rooms 950 kr/night, with breakfast included.

+46 (0) 171 478080, reception@parkastoria.se


September was TURF Ultimate Region Fight month, and 12 regions were competing during the four weeks of the September round. Already after the first week Team Scotland and Team Västmanland were going head to head in the three categories. In the end it was the runner-ups from last year, Team Västmanland who turfed away as Region champs of 2023. Well done!


FrökenBok from Team Västmanland summarizes the Region battle in five words:

Sweat, fellowship, and great fun.” And then she continues with a longer story:


Now, it has been a few days since the Region Fight ended. We, Västmanland won, and that has been our goal every year. The two last fights have taught us that a one man show is not the way to win this fight. We needed to be clever, helpful, positive, and work as much as we could together. And so we did. We tried to be more organized than earlier years, and it was easier when we had a lot of team members with routine. We did not have a team leader. Instead, the whole team helped each other with different things. Some people guided others, some traveled away, and a lot of people asked if someone wanted to follow them to places nearby cities.


Week 1 and 2 were a bit sweaty because we needed to travel to a lot of (round) unique places to be able to beat Scotland, which was challenging. Week 3, we were a bit tired but still continued to find even more (round) unique zones. The last week was the calmest one, and there were more relaxing bicycle rides. It felt a bit strange, since we, the two years previous, have been fighting to the end.


I/we want to thank all the team members in Team Västmanland that made this competition a memorable experience. We have had a lot of fun together, we have seen beautiful nature and the sun has been shining almost every day. We also want to thank our competitors in the other teams, the people who organized the fight and Turfportalen , the other turfers in Västerås and our families who have been very supportive.”


So what happened to Team Scotland? The first open event in Scotland, UK happened. And it happened very well! ESOCWalter and kjtindall gives us their view on the 3-day long Turf weekend.


The Inaugural Scottish Open Event by ESOCWalter and kjtindall


Edinburgh was the centre of the Turf world for the weekend of 29 September to 1 October. This is because it was hosting the inaugural Scottish Open Event featuring the Scottish Turf Championships – what excitement! We had over 100 participants over the three days across a number of events (foot turfing, open championships and MTB Orienteering) including very welcome visitors from Scandinavia and England.


When we had the idea for the first ever Scottish Turf Open Champs event, we had a vision that it would be fun, welcoming to all and also action-packed! Since we had those Turfers that were travelling over from Sweden and elsewhere, we were keen to make the trip worth their while and showcase the best of Edinburgh. With our organising team having been to the last two Bonanzas, inspiration was taken from a few things we’d seen work really well there, such as the name stickers everyone had in Umeå, which we did as well and we all made some new friends because of it. And before we knew it we had Turf logos on bunting, stickers, pens, temporary tattoos - we also had Turf Scotland T-shirts and playing cards (featuring a different Scottish Turf zone on each card), so there was a lot on offer, plus there was a can of Scotland’s delicious best-selling soft drink, Irn Bru, in everyone’s welcome pack. And we got lots of great feedback on what we could do in future.


It was so cool to see everyone come together in Edinburgh for the events, and for the Turf map to light up with so many turfers grabbing unique zones and enjoying the events. There was a great feeling right through the weekend and people got right into the spirit of it, with the yellow and green dress code for Friday (Turf colours), blue/white/tartan theme for the Saturday night (Scottish colours), etc., as well as throwing themselves into the Crazy Closing event, chasing after one of our team dressed as Turfo, and tackling the weirdest zone shapes you have ever seen!

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We were so extremely grateful to everyone for making the effort to come to Edinburgh and you were all so well behaved that you would be welcome back any time (well most of you anyway!)


The results from the event can be seen here Turfgame.com but special congratulations to MarkkuEsoc who won the bike event and Fozzie who won the foot event on Saturday. Both events were very tight and very hard fought right to the end. It was also great to see juniors with fantastic performances from schnappi.jr in the bike and Mathsboy in the foot.

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From left to right: Fozzie (Gold-Foot), ZulaTheAlien:) (Silver-Foot), Pancosmic (Silver-Bike), MarkkuEsoc (Gold-Bike), Mathsboy (Best Junior-foot), schnappi,jr (Best Junior-bike), Hodge (Bronze-bike). SpeedyGonsales came third in the Foot event but was not present at the Saturday night event dinner where this photo was taken. 


Of course, the last day of the event was yellow dot Sunday and it was amazing to see so many people hoovering up unique zones in Edinburgh and we even had a Swedish King for a while – we let magnusn borrow our Scottish crown for a while :) Now the question is whether it will happen again next year. The answer is, of course it will, but only on the condition that you all come back and bring some more turfers to make Edinburgh the turf capital of the world once again!


A big thanks to the Scots for a very well put together Turf weekend! The only thing missing was an Event T-shirt ;)


A new medal serie was released at the round start on October 1st: The Roundpointer. 11 new medals awarded based on your points during the round. So far 759 turfers have been awarded the first medal in the serie: Roundpointer 10k. Many more will follow, I am sure! This was the second part of the medal happening. Next up will be a vote for supporters only, about what new medal will be introduced. Stay tuned!


Turf Picture of the Month

This month's Turf Picture is of the zone OntIBaken taken by Miawita. Thanks to everyone who sent in your Turf pictures, keep 'em coming :) 

#OntIBaken #turfgame (4)

If you have a Zone picture you want featured as Turf Picture of the Month, send it to insider@turfgame.com Please include your Turf nick for recognition!


Turfa lugnt/Safe turfing!

//Munin

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