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Feb 26, 2015
Fun little area though I can see this place being crowded out easily. SDS force you to get pretty creative with feet.
The wall faces ese, it's in the sun for most of the day.
The directions listed are wrong. Gainsborough is a left off moorpark rd and a right off of lynn rd., respectively. Give it two days after rain. Similar rock to stoney. Oh yeah- watch out for all the cactus.
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