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Not just roads missing from California maps


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Cartographers may have a hard time keeping up with expanding subdivisions in California for good reason. But a 300 to 400 foot waterfall that’s been around for a very long time is another story. The San Fransisco Chronicle and the National Geographic both report about a waterfall that’s been recently rediscovered. A map indicates the approximate location.

By way of GPS Tracklog.


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