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Local trail in the Forest with about a 200' gain in altitude through the burned out area that is being cleaned up.
The beauty of Mother Nature is that after a major disaster things immiedietly start to return to normal. It may be a long time before NORMAL in the forest but things are returning. Buck Brush is coming back with a vengance, Manzanita is trying to take charge again. The oaks are just now struggling to break out in all their green glory. The evergreens are going to take a little longer to return to their majestic former stature, but it will happen... As you find this cache and sign the log, take time to look around at all you see, not only the nearby change in the plant life, but the far off view of Lake Arrowhead and Victorville. This is the view you would get from a plane but at a much slower pace.
The cache is a large peanut jar (it is trying not to be by using camoflauge) that is near but not really in the rocks( the only things that do not get alot of damage by the fires). Cache is between a large boulder and a small boulder. It's on the ground, you shouldn't need climbing gear to get this one.
Log book and cash for the first to find but bring your own writing tool.
While in the area look for GC1Z78R and GC1Z79R
Congratulations to Bikenfind for the First To Find
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:38:59 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:38 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum