229. Jacksboro, Jack County

That looks pretty illuminated to me!  Being a couple of steps further than I expected, I hadn’t even really thought about which cache to get here, so as I have many times, I went for the closest one a few blocks away at the Jack County 4-H Museum.

Clever name and lots of favorites for a 1.5/1.5 and yet it took me a while to find even though its resting place was obvious in hindsight.  And it was more than worth it because this cache represented 90% completion of the Project.  I’m so close I can taste it!  But, actually, in double hindsight, it wasn’t really that obvious because I still don’t entirely understand what the hint meant nor what the name of the cache meant even though it contained a short history of the guy it was named after so I guess my point here (and I do have one) is geosenses for the win.  Understanding was not required; only discovery, which I did before I got back on the road to…

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