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Arrowhead #8 - Desert Redding

A cache by drcxz2, rdorbison Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/27/2012
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3 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This series of 30 caches will take you on a 3-mile walk through the desert where you may encounter cactus, wildlife, sagebrush and adventure.
Please park in the pullout at N43° 33.211 W 112° 34.262, it is safer than parking alongside the highway.
Please pick up any garbage you find.

When in a group, please spread out so trails are not created.
Watch out for Cryptobiotic crust

(Because of their thin, fiberous nature, cryptobiotic soils are extremely fragile systems. A single footprint or tire track is sufficient to disrupt the soil crust and damage the organisms. While some species within the soil crust system may regrow within a few years of a disturbance, the damage to slow-growing species may require more than a century before the delicate soil returns to its former productivity. Http://
No off road vehicles.
Please remember lots of water and will power.
Good luck and be safe!

A small arrow point with convex sides, diagonal side notches and a concave basal edge which is narrower than the shoulders. 



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