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Old 12-25-2013, 03:00 AM
 
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Dave,
Well, poison oak is still able to nail you, if you break a branch of it and get it on you! However, I will be in Dunsmuir on Sunday, or I'd probably go along!
Yes, I would probe either side, but in a little bit, and then probably just about center of the depression Wish you had ground probing radar!!
David
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