Big Bucks In TX  LbNA # 45353

OwnerSilver Eagle      
Placed DateJan 16 2009
LocationBig Wells, TX
Found By trail_trippin
Last Found Feb 12 2009
Hike Distance?

Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, 20 yards RT)
Recommended Ink: brown
Status: alive

Dimmit county is historically known for its trophy whitetail deer population, with 823,00 acres of habitat containing an estimated total count of 25,000 deer. This translates into Big Bucks for both the land owners and hunters. To keep this box safe from hunters, I have hidden it in Big Wells Cemetery.

From Hwy 85 in Big Wells, go north on FM 1867 for about 1 mile to Big Wells Cemetery on the right. Drive east to the back road and turn right (south). At next road jct, turn left and park by the barbed-wire fence on the right.

On your left should be a large multi-trunk tree next to the grave of Francisco Tijerina Jr. The microbox is within the right trunk under rocks and leaves. Please rehide well.