T13S R9E S22 23 N 1/16 COR - Jefferson County, OR
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Cooke17513
N 44° 25.930 W 121° 38.062
10T E 608690 N 4920781
Quick Description: PLSS sixteenth corner set by USDA-Forest Service, Fred Ast in 1985; National Forest Survey Corner Visitation Card, Index File No. 1764
Location: Oregon, United States
Date Posted: 10/24/2013 5:03:50 PM
Waymark Code: WMJBF4
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Ernmark
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Long Description:
From the Sisters Ranger Station, travel generally NW on US20 for 9.4 miles to the intersection with FR14. Turn right on FR14 and continue 4.0 miles to the corner on the left.
Type of survey mark: 2-1/2" brass cap on iron pipe in mound of stones

What indicators are near the mark to help people identify where it is located?:
The corner is about 70' N of FR14. There are two Carsonite witness posts, both with PROPERTY BOUNDARY decals, and one also with a LAND SURVEY MARKER decal. A barbed wire fence corner bears N86°W, 6.6' distant. Found two ponderosa pines with healed blazes, yellow BEARING TREE tags and LAND SURVEY MONUMENT signs on the reverse sides.


What property is this mark defining?:
The land NW of the corner is private property, else National Forest.


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