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Revision as of 05:11, 4 March 2007

Pond on Yocum Ridge

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Description

Prominent on the map (if you have good eyesight) is a small pond. You can see it through the trees from the trail. It's inhabited by frogs and such. Don't attempt to get drinking water from here, it will ruin your water filter. There's a good water source a little further.

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