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    Starvation Point and Santa Clara River

    Not exactly what was planned but a nice wander anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by windminstrel View Post
    Not exactly what was planned but a nice wander anyway.

    Was all of that concentrated in one area or was that spaced a few miles (or whatever distance) apart from each other??

    Thatís interesting that they carved into that hard black rock and exposed areas (to the elements).


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    Quote Originally Posted by jman View Post
    Was all of that concentrated in one area or was that spaced a few miles (or whatever distance) apart from each other??

    Thatís interesting that they carved into that hard black rock and exposed areas (to the elements).


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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    Yes, nice site , we use that area as a drop off point for Pahcoon wash hikes.

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