233. Montague, Montague County

At least this one is a little less ambiguous about its front…

Haven’t seen one of these in a while.  I’ve said everything I feel I need to say about this already, but I sometimes wonder if the folks who are doing this are trying to mean well, but just don’t get it?  Then again, can they really be expected to?

There’s always a cemetery.  I’ve never seen unknown soldiers in a cemetery before.  You expect it somewhere a little more famous and storied, but not out here in the middle of beyond.  But once again, the time came to leave, and my over-preparation came to my aid.  I had no signal, so I couldn’t map a route to my next destination.  I have a map book for such occasions, but I forgot to bring it with me this trip.  Fear not!  I knew the right direction so I got on a major(ish) road going the right direction.  I had also made lists of all the caches around each county seat, so I was able to pull up the next list and navigate to a cache in that area.  It provided enough of a map that I was able to get to somewhere with actual reception.  That was enough to get me to…

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