Out In The Country  LbNA # 45344

OwnerSilver Eagle      
Placed DateJan 15 2009
CountyWilson
LocationStockdale, TX
Boxes1
Found ByMosaic Butterfly
Last UpdateOct 25 2010

Clues

Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, .5 mile RT)
Recommended Ink: brown
Status: alive



The term outhouse usually refers to a type of toilet in a small structure separate from the main building which does not have a flush and is not attached to a sewer. Port-A-Potties are more prevalent today, but some of the old-style outhouses with a half-moon window can still be found out in the country. In fact, I have used the highest outhouse in the continental United States, which sat atop Mount Whitney until 2007. There is no old-style outhouse in Jackson Nature Park, where this box is placed, but there might have been years ago. At least my box should smell better.

Directions:
From Hwy 87 in Stockdale, go west on CR 401 for about 3 miles to Jackson Nature Park on the left. Park by the trail head.

Clues:
Walk the Entry Trail to Jimmy's Loop and take a right. Continue to Carlton's Loop and take a right. Walk until you come to a bench, then continue anther 50 steps to a large group of cactus on the left. Go left around the cactus 9 steps off trail to a large multi-trunk tree. The microbox is within the trunks under some rocks.