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First a word of warning, The waterfalls in this area are all seasonal except for two of them. I recommend you visit mid winter to early summer beyond that your experience maybe somewhat less than it should be.
Waterfall City from Dinotopia came to mind on this visit to Camino reservoir. It seems like you can't walk two tenths of a mile without running into another waterfall down here. The Cache is in Jay Bird Grotto where Spring falls and Jay Bird Falls come together. After making your way here you may want to stay a bit so bring a snack or something..... Watch out for low flying Skybax though! as well as Poison Oak
Coords are iffy down here! I suspect interference from the Sunstones, in use above. Coords tested about twenty feet south of the hide and eighty feet North a day later.So pay attention to the following description and spoiler pic. From the bottom of Jay Bird Falls, there is a small ridge within the grotto area just NNW. On the North edge of that ridge is a ledge supporting a small Live Oak, the cache is there as well but be carefull!
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:39:29 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:39 PM GMT)
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