Dilly Bar LbNA # 45352
|Placed Date||Jan 16 2009|
|Found By||Gryzzled Gryphon|
|Last Found||May 14 2013|
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, 100 yards RT)
Recommended Ink: brown
One of my favorite things to eat as a kid was a Dilly Bar from Dairy Queen. It is chocolate-covered vanilla ice cream on a stick and must be eaten quickly in the Texas heat. It's a Dilly! I thought the town of Dilley was appropriate for this box since it sounds like the bar, and is in the county of Frio, which means "cold" in Spanish.
From Hwy 85 in Dilley, go north on I35 south feeder road for about 1/2 mile to FM 4670. Turn left and go west for .2 miles to Dilley Cemetery on the left. Drive to the end of the asphalt road and park by the flagpole.
Walk southeast about 50 steps from the flag to a black tombstone for Lozano. Walk around it to a black stone bench and sit facing away from the grave. Just to your right is a multi-trunk evergreen and the microbox is within the trunks under rocks and needles. Please rehide well.