Kimberly, the settlement from which this graticule takes its name, consists of a small store and an abandoned barn at an isolated highway intersection. Although there are a handful of slightly more substantial villages in the quadrant, such as Spray, Dayville, and Mount Vernon, this is an area of low population and few good roads. The graticule is crossed by U.S. Highway 26, which follows the beautiful and relatively more settled valley of the John Day River. To the north and the south is much more rugged, hilly terrain.
Michael5000 does it again, or rather DOESN'T do it again. This graticule is a tough nut to crack.
Michael5000 fails again, although not as spectacularly this time.
Virgin Graticule Status
This Oregon graticule is still presumed to be "virgin." If you have (or have previously had) a successful expedition, award yourself the Virgin Graticule achievement, and please record the graticule's deflowered state here and on the Oregon page.