19-Jan-2000 - It's a pretty easy and boring site.
I knew this going into it, as it is only about 300 feet off of a good
road, in the middle of a field.
I had checked it out pretty closely using Topo USA, so didn't even
take a map with me. After finding it with the GPS, I started doing some
position averaging to more closely zero in on it. After a few tries, I
was within an "estimated accuracy" range of 30 feet.
Since I was alone, I set the GPS on the ground and took pictures
looking north, east, west, and south across the confluence in about a 15
foot radius. That is, I stood 15 feet east and shot a picture looking
West, moved to the next, etc.
Nothing spectacular in the pictures. The views west and south are
obscured close-in by an elevated railroad track. As luck would have it,
I just missed a train that would have added a little variety to the