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Traditional Geocache

A Mares Rest

A cache by us2tittles (adopted by NativTxn) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/27/2008
In Texas, United States
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A little bushwacking. A few mosquitos. A few grass burrs. Please put back as you found it.

This is a regular container with a log book, pencil, sharpener, a few toys. Hope you enjoy.

From the nearby Historical Marker:
In 1690 the Spanish gave the name "San Francisco" to this 62-mile Brazos River tributary; but on an 1822 map, Stephen F. Austin, "Father of Texas", marked it "Yegua", Spanish for "mare". Mustang mares and foals then grazed among the Indians on the timbered creek. In 1826, colonist John P. Coles built a mill on the stream. A measure signed in 1837 by Texas President Sam Houston made the Yegua a county boundary. Floods often devastated the area until Lake Somerville harnessed Yegua's waters in 1967. Now a recreation area, the lake and creek benefit crops, wild life, and vacationers. trackables and GeoKrets are welcome in this cache.

Please do NOT take any Trackable item if you don't plan to log them out of this cache and in to others. Thanks!

***Contrats to scrapnphotos for the FTF!***

Placed by a member of

Brazos Valley Geocachers

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



256 Logged Visits

Found it 237     Didn't find it 5     Write note 12     Publish Listing 1     Owner Maintenance 1     

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Current Time:
Last Updated: on 9/9/2017 12:36:15 PM Pacific Daylight Time (7:36 PM GMT)
Rendered From:Unknown
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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