Cave of Crazy Horse LbNA # 39851
|Placed Date||May 17 2008|
Along a road named DAve., Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett want you to remember it - but there is no basement, PeeWee discovered, while searching for his bike.
Head towards Texas on the square root of 36 St.
Keep an eye towards the sunrise until you see what may have been a shelter for the Victors of that historic battle.
Park in lot. Check out the shop! -very cool. **Update 8-17-2013** That shop is not there anymore. (Now they sell firearms!) The shop was called Cave of Crazy Horse, hence the name of this 'box. But the building itself is cool.
As you exit, head back up North. Keep an eye toward the sunset until you come to the final resting place for many soldiers, from Civil War to present. Turn in, drive all the way to the back, turn right, you'll see the "newer" section. Visit at the home of the birds and the DeBoers. Walk directly East to a huge tree with rough bark. From there, walk South about 18 paces to a huge Oak tree. There's a stub shrub growing along side it. The letterbox is tucked in between.