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United States : California

5.7 miles (9.2 km) W of Hayden Hill, Lassen, CA, USA
Approx. altitude: 1632 m (5354 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap topo aerial world confnav)
Antipode: 41°S 59°E

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#2: Look at all the zeroes (GPS photo) #3: Our 28 intrepid hunters representing the Eighth Grade Class from Sacramento Adventist Academy at the confluence spot. #4: Looking North from the confluence spot. #5: Look at the zeroes and the spring snow!

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  41°N 121°W (visit #1)  

#1: Looking East from the confluence is a beautiful morning after the storm

(visited by Joleane King and Ron Ritterskamp)

06-Apr-2001 -- Less than 12 hours after finding 41N 122W, the 28 Sacramento Adventist Academy eighth graders, parents and teachers zeroed in on this 5000 ft high desert spot in Lassen county next to a State Game Refuge, 10 miles west of Hayden Hill. We arrived as a spring storm lightly dusted the manzanita and pine hillside. The spot was about 400 yards up the hillside from the road marked "54" just South of Meyers Flat. Only one hour from our overnight stop in the lovely town of Fall River Mills, it is an easy, scenic drive on good cinder roads.

Many thanks to our parent drivers Stuart Bushnell, Bonnie Fandrich, Dave Mack, and Brett Spenst.

Our trip was successful thanks to California Surveying and Drafting Supplies who provided the topo maps, Karen Agee who piloted a previsit flyover, the Fall River Mills Seventh-day Adventist Church and School for overnight housing, and student Allison Comm, our digital photographer.


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#1: Looking East from the confluence is a beautiful morning after the storm
#2: Look at all the zeroes (GPS photo)
#3: Our 28 intrepid hunters representing the Eighth Grade Class from Sacramento Adventist Academy at the confluence spot.
#4: Looking North from the confluence spot.
#5: Look at the zeroes and the spring snow!
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