Painted Lock It container. You will need to pay an entrance fee to enter the park.
Hidden by NativTxn
N 30° 42.228' W 96° 28.618' (WGS84)
Coordinates in Other Systems
Location: United States > Texas
Cache Type: Traditional
Status: Ready for Search
Date Hidden: 16 October 2010
Date Created: 26 October 2010
Last Modified: 27 September 2011
Also Listed On: Geocaching.com
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Log Entries 3x 0x 1x New Log Entry
02 October 2014 TommyGator Found it
08 January 2011 geohiker Found it
20 November 2010 Manofsteel Found it
24 October 2010 NativTxn Comment
This is the FTF log from Kianlo on this cache. See the original post at http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx?LUID=40df6c5b-240e-4d6f-bbff-60b43c242503.
WHOOP!!! FTF @ 2:05 pm 82 degrees fahrenheit. Mrs. Kianlo isn't "officially" Mrs. Kianlo but we took a big step toward that here. We parked and the GPSr said we were a mere 80 feet from GZ. Mrs. Kianlo said, "I'm not sure I'm going in there," so I went alone. I wandered around for quite a while and then remembered the clue. There aren't many of those things here and I finally spotted it and the cache. Then I thought what a perfect place to do what I'd been thinking of on the drive up from Houston. I called to the soon to be Mrs. Kianlo and said, "I found it, want to come in?" She said, "OK, what's the best way?" I showed her and then retrieved the cache. I wasn't certain we were first but I'd already decided what I was doing next. I figured if she would ride 100 miles with me and then venture into the woods in shorts, she's the right one. She thought I was just taking a pic, but I took a knee on the first aid kit in the cache and asked, "Will you marry me?" and then took the pic. She was flabbergasted and couldn't believe I was asking at that time. She then said, "YES." SL. #259 overall and 50 days in a row. T: TX key chain (probably should have put a ring in there myself), L: Aggie joke book. Traded a TB for the coin in the cache. TVeryMuchFTC Most memorable one yet. Now all I have to do is find a rock.