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I Think I Can See Texas From Up Here
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Fantastic view of the Atlantic and the loch after a short uphill trek.
The cache is in a small clear containter with a grey and clear lid. The cache was carried all the way from San Antonio, Texas. Original contents: Stuffed Armadillo keychain, "Don't Mess With Texas" refrigerator magnet, Texas Folklife Festival button, Canyon Cafe menu, Texas Bluebonnet seeds, Whole Earth Provision stickers, Ziegen Boch beer bottle caps, Southwest Airlines button, Texas Land and Cattle discount card (expires soon so hurry up), log book, pen, pencil and sharpener. The cache is very full so bring small stuff to leave. No scrambling or risk to life and limb required to find the cache. This looks like some sort of rock quarry, though not used recently by the looks of the grassy trail to the top. You can't miss the trail as you approach from the north but you might miss it from the south. I parked at coordinates 58 18.725 by 006 43.258. This cache is available for adoption. (auth:Ff2ZkV)
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