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I would like to see if anybody can find a wood irrigation pipe like the one in the picture. This pipe is at the town of Rogue River on the Rogue River in Oregon. It has been in use since 1927. It carries the water uphill from the Rogue River that is used to irrigate the Rogue area. The pipe is about 4 foot in diameter and is held together by steel bands.
Send me a picture and the coordinates of your wood pipe.
The wood irrigation pipe must be a pipe that is used for irrigation use. For instance parts of backyard pond fountains, wooden spouts, rain gutters and other can't be used. I am looking for the old type of irrigation pipe that was used before they stared using metal pipe.
The usual locationless cache rules apply - one log per 'cacher, each pipe can only be logged once. Photos should show the geocacher and GPS to preclude old vacation shots and internet downloads.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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