#1: Only the site’s steep contours have prevented 36N 115W from already being overrun by Henderson NV housing.
#2: To the north a sharp rock face towers over a hundred feet above 36N 115W, which lies on the lower slopes at the east end of the McCullough Range.
#3: Somewhere about 15 miles to the east lies the Colorado River gorge and Hoover Dam, the root of all of Clarke County’s suburban sprawl.
#4: A trash dump to the south is a recent addition to the landscape.
#5: The view to the west remains the same.
#6: Here the upper left corner of the GPS screen touches the cp.
#7: My route from the south to 36N 115W (indicated by the red square) took me around several gullies and at least one large trash dump.
#8: To the southeast, more homes are on the way.
#9: Looking down on the cp from the north, the red square indicates the "sweet spot" for a GPS reading.
#10: Construction of a gated community at the end of Mission Avenue may mean the end of easy access to this cp.