Wild Horse Homelands Confluence
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We where doing a Confluence project search and found this spot. Well, located it as it was not lost! As of 4-14-04, there is now a full blown cache can. What a view from this site..
If you try this one, take a camara or two and watch for the Wild Horses, Pronghorn, and Mule Deer as well as the Golden Eagles, Redtail Hawks, and well, you get the Idea. Anyway, to get to this spot, travel east from Lakeview, Oregon onto Hwy 140 until you get to Nevada. At the line, hang a North to the first right hand road, follow this road until you get to Nevada twice. The last time, you will need to get out and walk. We did build a rock cairn to mark the spot. And hang on to your backside as the road is long and rough, about 11.5 miles off the gravel, through the mud, over the Sage and under the Junipers. You will need a high clearance rig, Plenty of fuel and a lunch. This area is being considered for wilderness status so stay on the track. Thanks to Chief Paulina who placed a powder can for us when he was here in April of 2004. Disclaimer: "Cut and Paste" logs will be deleted without warning. We retain all rights to this cache. We can and will modify, adjust, tweak, disable or archive this cache at any time without prior notice. Without prior notice we can and will delete any log that does not conform to our intent of this cache hunt . We will not be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, or consequential damages you may suffer from hunting this cache. If you attempt this geocache hunt, you do so at your own risk. Know your limits and do not attempt to exceed your abilities.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum