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Bombardeo

A cache by Florian Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/07/2001
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

Bombardeo "live bombing" virtual geocache

This is a "virtual" cache. I didn't actually place anything myself. Guess you could call this a log-only cache too. The back (south) of a large live bombing (bombardeo) warning sign is the logbook. Find the sign and write your name and the date on the back of the sign. Bring a pencil. I should have left a pencil. Didn't think of it when i was there. Sorry. Cache is on the northern edge of the Chocolate Mountain naval bombing range. (The live bombing warning is real! I've seen Navy planes dropping live bombs SE of this location.) Cache site is along the Bradshaw Trail in the desert of southern California. You can get here without 4 wheel drive if you're accustomed to driving dirt roads. 4x4 might be a better idea however. If you're in the area be sure to visit the Red Canyon cache (GC122) and the Graham Pass cache (GC2F0). The Bombardeo cache is roughly equidistant from these other two caches. Pictures of this cache, and others, are on my website. [This cache information may be used/copied/distributed freely for any purpose whatsoever without prior consent of the cache owner.]

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