Polish Capital LbNA # 57107
|Placed Date||Mar 4 2011|
|Found By||Gryzzled Gryphon|
|Last Found||Nov 23 2012|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, 0.5 mile RT)
Recommended Ink: green
Because of its rich Polish heritage, Bremond is known as the Polish Capital of Texas. Each year on the 4th Saturday in June this heritage is celebrated at the Polski Dzien (Polish Day) Festival. It always begins with the Polish Pickle Run, followed by food, drink and a parade.
From Hwy 6 go north on Hwy 14 about 4.5 miles to Bremond City Park on the left.
Walk west on the trail marked by wood rails in cinder blocks, crossing a bridge and going to the end at a bench by a rock garden. To the right against a barbed-wire fence is a small cedar tree. The microbox is at its left base under a rock. Please replace as described.