Invalid Wayspot - Surf Sign

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Thanks for the appeal, @TheOneXanthippe After reviewing the additional evidence provided, we’ve decided to retire the Wayspot in question.

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Incorrect, the surfboard sign is still there. Reinstate and return the keys to all agents.


the sign post seems to have a 10 on it, this map of the park shows where campsite ten is

which would put it right around 48.4209553, -124.0530299
(the other circle is where it seems this wayspot was previously)

edit: ok I read the article linked in the OP and it has 3 images showing where signs were removed but none of those locations appear to match the sign in question here

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Yes it says the sign at the campsite was not removed. I didn’t actually know there was one at the campsite area until reading this article as there was no submission and I have not previously gone down there. I did nominate some wayspots at the campsite/day-use area, but did not go to the beach on my most recent visit.
See snip from the article:

@Nys @nysyr Not sure which account you are using more often, but feel free to nominate the campsite signboard next time you are out that way. Otherwise, I was planning on doing it the next time I head out that way.

My photos are geotagged and I did specify that this particular sign was at the first parking area aka “the sewers” on the main highway, by the sign that used to be “Jordan River” before it was replaced with the updated “diitiida” one.