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Lowermost Pajaro left-bank bench vegetation just downstream from Thurwatcher Bridge. Corralitos Creek above Salsipuedes ~ 1910?. Salsipuedes & Corralitos Junction. Murphy’s Crossing: view downriver. View upstream – “big bend” just west of Aromas Important flood storage area.

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View upstream – “big bend” just west of AromasImportant flood storage area

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Upper Pajaro River (right) joining San Benito River (foreground)View west (downstream)

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Overview Dec 2000     (A = Abandoned flood plain segments) Hillsdale Quarry site - San Benito River

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Past stream-bed mining site, and present mountain-top removal site for Hillsdale plant.View northwest. Banks 10ft and stable.

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Lower Lucy Brown Lane reach. Bed of river here mined about 10-15 ft below grade. Left bank erodes in floods (~15 ft high)

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View upstream (south).Hwy 156 bypass; and Hwy 156 commercial (background) with two sewage pond sites in historic floodplain.

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New Highway 156 bridge near Mitchell Road reach and lower pond complex protectedby berms in floodplain. View north.

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Site of Cienega Road house site where 40+ feet of bank 25 ft high was lost in 1998.

View upstream to Hospital Road seasonal crossing.

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Old quarry site with berms in the channel just above Hospital Road Seasonal crossing site.

Gravel processing site was upper left

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Failing banks at site of past river bed mining just downstream fromTresPinos Creek tributary. View of right bank ~ 20 ft high.