This is one in a series that we have placed around Burleson County. These are small stamps and the log is 2" wide, but is 8 1/2" long. You will need to bring your own stamp pad or marker since the container does not have one in it. Bring a pen. Watch for a little poison ivy on the way.
In case you are not familiar with Letterboxes:
Va Fabbx, ghea abegurnfg (yrsg vs lbh ner pbzvat sebz SZ 60) bss bs SZ 2155 bagb PE 269 naq tb nobhg 1/2 zvyr hagvy vg qrnq-raqf vagb PE 268. Ghea yrsg naq gura vzzrqvngryl evtug gb pbagvahr ba PE 269. Gur qveg ebnq jvyy fgneg urer. Tb nabgure 1/2 zvyr naq lbh jvyy pebff n fznyy jbbqra oevqtr. Whfg cnffrq gur oevqtr, lbh jvyy frr n ynetr gerr ba gur evtug irel pybfr gb gur ebnq. Gur pnpur jvyy or uvqqra arne gur onfr. Vg'f oyhr, fb vg fubhyq or rnfl gb fcbg. Gurer vf n tbbq cynpr gb cnex whfg npebff gur ebnq.
In Snook, turn northeast (left if you are coming from FM 60) off of FM 2155 onto CR 269 and go about 1/2 mile until it dead-ends into CR 268. Turn left and then immediately right to continue on CR 269. The dirt road will start here. Go another 1/2 mile and you will cross a small wooden bridge. Just passed the bridge, you will see a large tree on the right very close to the road. The cache will be hidden near the base. It's blue, so it should be easy to spot. There is a good place to park just across the road.