Above Arizona #7 - Bloody Basin
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I love being up high with unimpeded views. Maybe it's because I grew up in south Georgia where it is so flat that a 5' pile of dirt is called a hill. Maybe it's because I've been a pilot all my adult life and I feel more at home when I have some altitude and the bird's eye view it accords. But I do like high places -- hills, mountains, where ever. Which is good since geocachers seem to always put caches in the highest places available.
This is the easiest so far of the Above Arizona series. Any vehicle other than the family sedan or a sports car will get you close to this cache, albeit after a long and bumpy drive. A very short hike takes you to the cache. As with the other caches in this series there is a great view, this time of Bloody Basin. Cache elevation is approximately 4850'.
There is also a benchmark nearby if you are into finding them.
Even though this is not a difficult hide, it is still a back country cache. Please take appropriate precautions -- lots of water, good boots, adequate first aid and survival gear. You aren't the top of the food chain out here. Lots of biting things and other stuff will stick you. Make sure someone knows you where you are going.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum