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Pyrocephalus LbNA #73923

Owner:Azroadie Contact
Plant date:Jul 9, 2019
County:Santa Cruz
Location: County Line Road
Found by: Nannie
Last found: Sep 18, 2021
Hike distance:.1 mi
Last edited:Jul 11, 2019
Trail difficulty: very easy
Walking distance: very short distance
Stamp hand-carved

From Tucson, drive south on I-19. Turn off at exit 48 (Arivaca Rd.). Go east on the road (east of the Interstate the road name changes to County Line Rd.) A short distance past the Frontage Rd. park in the wide gravel shoulder on the south side of the road near the “Amado Territory” sign which is next to a wooden rail fence.

From the sign, walk directly north across the road to a smaller Mesquite Tree just to the right of a cluster of larger trees (the tree is about 5 to 6 feet to the south of the fence line). The box is under a large rock on the north side of the tree covered lightly with the plant debris Be alert for snakes.

Please be sure the contents are double ziplocked when you put them back in the box (i.e. the stamp and book are in a ziploc bag, and that ziploc is in the larger ziploc bag). Please rehide the box well under the rock so that it can not be seen from any direction.

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