Monday hike in the mountains

August 26, 2009
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Posted By Ridge Line on 8/26/2009 at 1:22 AM

Just about did myself in. Went for the last corner late, didn't get back the to the truck until after dark. It's not good to be in the mountains in new territory hiking in the dark. One of the downsides of solo surveying, no buddy system.

It was a good day(night) though as I found the corners where the GLO notes said they were in 1916 and 1929.



BASE SETUP




BASE another direction




Southeast Corner Brass Cap




Southeast Corner area




Northeast Corner (Township Corner) Brass cap




Township Corner Stone and Brass cap. Stone marked all four edges.




Forest Service 1/16 corner.




Forest Service Corner area.




North quarter corner set in big mound over bedrock.




North quarter corner Brass cap (poor photo – big hike – probably ain't going back).






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