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[*] posted on 10-29-2018 at 07:01 PM

Quote: Originally posted by ehall  
Did you look at the tracks I sent you.

YEP! They are helpful! Thanks for these (and the ones you sent a few weeks back!!).
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[*] posted on 10-29-2018 at 09:58 PM
Arroyo Grande research

Dug the following out of my archives.
Years ago I was planing the route Harald shown on his link. Here are some interesting facts:
Land marks.
A Grande (Ab) 31 26.87’, 115 27.40’
Arroyo Taraiso is a canyon on the west at 31 22.48’, 115 28.39’
La Estaca (Ab) in in canyon Taraiso at 31 22.45’, 115 28.39’
The road past Estaca in canyon Traraiso leads over the mountains and arrives to a complex of roads west and north of of San Matias. At Hyw3 the WPs are S Matias 1 & 2. WPSM1 is at 31 21.126’, 115 36.601’ and WPSM2 is 31 21.786’, 115 38.776
El Taraisco (Ab) is in the main canyon at 31 22.2’, 115 28.12’
Santa Fe (Ab) in the main canyon is at 31 21.59, 115 27.61
Side canyon with road is at 31 21.41’, 115 27.54’
La Morita (Ab) and side canyon leading NE is at 31 19.85’, 115 26.21’

Add these WPs to the list of locked gates and you will be good for an exploration trip.
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[*] posted on 10-30-2018 at 05:59 AM


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[*] posted on 10-30-2018 at 06:12 AM

Beautiful, looks a wee bit like Owens Gorge.

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