US Dept. of Interior - Fish & Wildlife Service LS4495-20192
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Geoides
N 37° 29.887 W 122° 07.752
10S E 576972 N 4150488
Quick Description: US Dept. of Interior - Fish & Wildlife Service survey disk set in a levee along the northern boundary of the Ravenswood Open Space Preserve.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 10/2/2008 8:00:11 AM
Waymark Code: WM4VMZ
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Black Dog Trackers
Views: 12

Long Description:
This AL. disk is set in a levee, adjacent to a witness post, and is approximately 40 feet NNW from the NW entrance to the 373-acre Ravenswood Open Space Preserve (Formerly known as the Cooley Landing Salt Pond) in Menlo Park, California.
The disk can be reached by heading east on the Bayfront Expressway (I-84) from the junction of I-84 and University Avenue in East Palo Alto and taking the Ravenswood SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge exit. The parking lot road parallels the freeway for about 1/3 mile before crossing under the bridge approach's roadbed. This is so you can return back to Palo Alto without having to cross the bridge.

After exiting the freeway, stop at the Baylands information stand and read about the history of the wetlands. From there, proceed about 1100 feet ENE to the marker which lies approximately 40 feet from the edge of the roadway.
Condition: Mark found in good condition

Designation: LS4495 2007 Disk number is 20192

Benchmark Agency: U.S Department of Interior - Fish & Wildlife Service

Monumentation type: Disk (unspecified type)

County: Santa Clara

Find type: Found by luck/skill/knowledge

Benchmark Agency (if other): Not listed

Monumentation type (if other): Not listed

USGS 7.5' Topographic Quadrangle Name: Not listed

Special category (optional): Not listed

Special Category (if other): Not listed

Web address of this benchmark's datasheet (optional): Not listed

NGS PID: Not listed

Local database's URL (optional): Not listed

Visit Instructions:
  1. A closeup photo of the mark taken by you is required.
  2. A 'distant' photo including the mark in the view is highly recommended. Include the compass direction you faced when you took the picture.
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