#7…LTGTR – ‘THE STRETCH’
A county road;
A stretch of water;
Ready for some ‘treasures’.
It’s high time to
“LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL…”
“LTGTR” consists of more than 20 varied-type/multi-terrain caches.
It runs the length of this county road, and beyond.
The initial, lower terrain, caches have relatively easy access with nearby, roadside parking for at least 1 vehicle. (Please be careful, as this road can get busy at times.)
Many portions of this road have, unfortunately, been used for ‘dumping’. Take care, and do not attempt to access the cache by climbing over the debris (there is an alternate ‘geo-path’).
Follow-up, higher terrain, caches may require an alternate means of access.
As with any rural Texas cache, though, caution should be taken to avoid traffic, poison ivy, snakes, spiders, local critters, and muggles.
While ‘caching’ this series:
v Have fun.
v Observe all rules of safety.
v Yield to other vehicles (who are not caching).
v Respect private property.
v Wear plenty of skeeter repellent.
v Watch for PI, and critters.
v Remember and practice CITO (the area really needs it).
v Be prepared to stretch, reach, bend, hike, climb, bushwhack and possibly get your feet wet.
v Explore and enjoy.
v Be careful.
v Have fun.