23-Mar-2003 -- There's not much more to say about this confluence that hasn't been said the narrative from the first visit, except a couple of warnings.
1) This confluence is official 'spooky' at night. I recommend visiting it only during the day, not only because your photos will be better, but also to deter the 'heebee-jeebees' you'll experience when trying to find this one in the dead of night.
2)This one's just off of Highway 27, and there's two real ways of getting there. I highly suggest you approach from the south on 27, and get on 425 northbound as you approach the spot. It'll take you right to it, and the other way is really, really confusing.
Hwy. 425 took me right up to 110 meters from the confluence, and I walked 10 meters into some spooky grass to get some spooky photos of the small pines that grew around the confluence. I only got right to the 100-meter boundary because not only is it private property, it's spooky.
This visit was classified as an attempt since there is no photograph of the general area of the confluence.