Wardriving results 25 - 29 October: 511 new networks with GPS locations. Quite a number of new networks on a drive to and from Brunssum (Limburg), although we did not use a new route. It seems new networks keep popping up. One network popped up near our house last weekend with a strong enough signal near to our old channel that I couldn't find my own access point anymore. I changed the channel and now it's working again (third change since we moved).
Wardriving results 9 - 24 October: 1033 new networks with GPS locations. We stayed in a cottage in Schotland last week. Northern England / Schotland has a lot less wireless networks than the Netherlands: On the last part in England of the return trip (area of Edinburg to Newcastle upon Tyne) I saw 86 networks in 3 hours, and in the first half hour in the Netherlands (Ijmuiden to Koog a/d Zaan) I saw 94 networks. Schotland was very nice, we had some nice walks, gazed at the stars (it's a lot darker over there!) and visited several whisky distilleries including a very nice tour of Tomintoul distillery. Tomintoul also has The Whisky Castle where one can spend a fortune on very nice whiskies.
Wardriving results 27 September - 8 October: 757 new networks with GPS locations. Almost no purpose detours or tours just for wardriving in this period. It's been real busy. As a result, I fell two places back in the WiGLE ranking... from 30 to 32.