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A Thousand and Seven Picnics

A cache by Chance Encounter and Map&Nats Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/08/2005
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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This area offers a distant view of Lake Sam Rayburn, along with some native stone structures that we suspect were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. And of course there's a nice selection of picnic tables to choose from. Good thing, too, as it may take you awhile to finish up A Thousand and Seven Picnics!

This area once had a nice cache, but after it came up missing a couple of times the owner archived it. We thought the spot deserved another cache, so here it is. You'll be looking for a camouflaged Nalgene bottle. Bring your own pen to sign the log. And be prepared for some elevation change along the way.

And in case you're still scratching your head at the cache title, the picnic area in question lies alongside FM-1007. But feel free to enjoy A Thousand and Seven Picnics if you'd like!

Kid Friendly Kid Friendly A good cache for your lunchtime Lunchtime Cache Dogs Allowed Dogs Allowed
Less than 500 ft. from car to cache Less than 500 ft. from car Steep Hike Steep Hike Scenic View Scenic View
Mud Mud! Pencil Bring a pen or pencil Park and Grab Park n Grab
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