posted on Feb, 9 2009 @ 03:18 AM
reply to post by The Wave
N 37 27 42.46 W 115 45 00.39
I got it. [You had some extra spaces, but I figured it out.]
Here is your coordinate on a topo map:
You can see the spot is in a stream bed, though given that this is the desert, we will call it seasonal drainage. I have no evidence of this, but I
would suspect that is the location of a wildlife guzzler. The USAF puts these guzzlers on the range to provide water for the various animals that will
eat the tourists, such as cougars.
Now most of the guzzlers you find in public areas around the range look like this:
There are round guzzler designs, as shown here:
The round guzzlers are a common source of arm chair researchers claiming to find entrances to secret underground facilities. '-) But this one seems
to be fenced off, so my guess might be wrong.
Sometimes the BLM creates fence off areas just to study the ground without it being distrurbed by animals. But then you wouldn't put a foreign object
in the center.
The back side of Bald Mountain might as well be the dark side of the moon as far as being able to observe it from free territory.