I don't cross here in Montana. I hunt around some landlocked public, and do pretty well. Besides, if I can cross, so can everyone else. mtmuleyThats just it, is its just tough to determine unless theres a brass cap there with the acutal numbers on it. Those trees could also be reference montuments or in the FS reference trees to the actual corner. So unless you have the plat and well something better than OnX for you to determine the exact location of the intersection, its going to be diffucult to find the exact corner and stay legal. The stone will always hold senoity to the cap. So if theres a stone and a cap the cap is only representing the surveyor found the monument(stone) and recorded it. So then those would need to determine the center of the stone which often times irregular shaped so there is another obstacle to determine to stay legal.