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This is a spot along a 4x4 road (which is also a decent trail and MTB route)where everyone leaves a little something. It could be a bolt, part of a skid plate, plastic from a mud-flap, wheel well, or bumper, artistic scrapes in the rocks.....what have you. Cub Boy and I noticed a lot of spare parts and broken "things" here- all seemingly from the bottom of vehicles. Hopefully, you won't have to add to the "collection plate".
The road is easily accessible from Kenosha pass campground on south side of 285. If you don't have a 4x4 vehicle, the quads you were born with should do the trick! It's a day trip to the top of Twin cones on foot, so plan accordingly.
Camoed coffee can. This will be hard to find with more than a foot of snow on the ground.
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