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Two Pines And Something Else

This site is about one mile west of Viejas casino south of Hwy 8 in San Diego County. I am not sure what type of tree the midlle represents.

Two Pines And Something Else
Gman, Jan 1, 2008
Location / Street Address:
Alpine Blvd.
Distance of GPS #s to cell site:
Structure Type:
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
Antenna Use:
Multiple Types
Carrier on topmost/highest antenna:
Carrier on 2nd highest antenna:
    • Gman
      Perhaps the middle is a cypress tree ?
    • Jonathan Kramer
      G: It's a fairly standard mono-cypress tree. Cricket has a very nice mono-cypress site in San Marcos, but I haven't had time to put up photos of that site, yet. I have some mono-cypress photos on my own site.

    • Gman
      Thanks- it certainly is an odd combo to have an Italian Cypress in the middle of two pines especially in eastern SD.
    • larry
      There's also a Sprint cypress tree just like that one in Santa Cruz, CA. Didn't get a picture though.
    • 21RCA
      I pass by this one all the time.

      JK - The Cricket site in San Marcos, is that on Mission Rd? If it is, my office is right there.
    • Jonathan Kramer
      It's a Twin Oaks and Borden adjacent to the upper building (west side) of the rock and tile store.

      Here's a TINYURL of the site: http://tinyurl.com/2e6mmy (but taken before the cypress was installed).

      There's a Sprint camo site co-lo'ed at the same building. The Sprint BTS can been seen in the photos linked above at the southwest corner of the building. The BTS is enclosed by a CMU wall.

      I'll get around to posting the photos.

    • 21RCA
      Thanks for the info. I frequently drive this road and have not noticed a site here. Looking forward to the pictures. :)
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