Use this space to describe your geocache location, container, and how it's hidden to your reviewer. If you've made changes, tell the reviewer what changes you made. The more they know, the easier it is for them to publish your geocache. This note will not be visible to the public when your geocache is published.
Who Pulled The Plug???
How Geocaching Works
Use of geocaching.com services is subject to the terms and conditions in our disclaimer
There is a good/safe place to pull off the road just south of the coordinates. Muggles should not be a problem.
This cache is located about 1 1/2 miles from the town of Big Lake which tooks it's name from the lake created by rain which gathers in a natural land depression near this cache. Once filled by spring-fed water, it is now the largest dry lake in Texas. In pioneer days it was the only fresh water between the Concho river and springs at Ft. Stockton and was a campsite for Indians, Mexican traders and cattle drivers. When there is enough rain in the area this lake still fills with water andwhen it does, there are live fish in it.
Cache is a small plastic jar covered in camo tape. Original contents include: Horse shoe magnet, sparkley nail polish, make your own magnet kit, off wipe and Midland Centennial Coin.
This is the first cache we have hidden and we hope you enjoy it.
This cache was placed by a member of the PBCA:
Permian Basin Cachers Association
Caching like Crazy, simply because we can!
Haqre fbzr ebpxf, haqre n gerr.
- Big LakeOn occasion, Big Lake does have water in it. The sign in the picture has fallen but it will help you understand where the name of this cache came from.
Last Updated: on 2/19/2018 12:58:34 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum