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This cache was created and placed in honor of a dear friend to many, Chris Lokken. Chris lost his life during the Baja 500 in 2007. Rasor Road, and the flats below this cache was one of his favorite spots to camp. He was a great friend, mentor, husband and father. God Speed Mr Nibbles
Chris Lokken, affectionately known as "Mr. Nibbles", was tragically taken from all of us on June 2nd, 2007. He was killed while participating in one of the most prestigious off-road races in the world, the SCORE Baja 500 in Ensenada, Mexico. Chris was filming on board a chase helicopter during the first few hours of the race, after which he was the co-driver in a Class-1 race car, #157.
Chris had a genuine good 'ol boy Southern-hospitality personality, having spent much of his young life in Alabama. He embraced life and everything it had to offer. There will forever be a large hole in the lives of many people now that he is gone. Chris was loved by everyone he knew.
Chris enjoyed many, many outdoor activities. He was an integral part of a large group of friends that camp and ride throughout Southern California. Chris will always be remembered as an easy-going, fun-loving guy who was the life of any party. He was intelligent, funny, charming, and boisterous.
Above all else in Chris' life was his devotion to his family. Chris is survived by his lovely wife Megan, and his infant daughter Lauren who are in the greater San Diego area. Chris was an excellent father, the birth of his daughter being one of the highlights of his life. Megan always supported Chris in pursuing his dreams. At one point during the Baja race Chris called her just to tell her what an amazing time he was having.
[Container is 4" PCV - please do not screw the lid on too tight. On a hill, you can walk/ATV/UTV the trail to get to it.]
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum