Tom, the GLO sale you asked about back in January, 2017 is too far back to pull up location details.
For the sale that closed today if you want to see bid locations, this link is the website of a company called EnergyNet that handles the bidding for GLO. https://www.energynet.com/govt_listing.pl
Click Texas GLO sale and it should open to today's results. Each bid parcel has a place you can click to view the location on a map that also shows the legal description.
There were only 10 Reeves parcels in todays sale and 3 of them received no bids. The winning bids on the other 7 ranged from $3,505/ac (minimum allowed in Reeves is $3,500/ac) up to a high of $18,760/Ac. for one 80 acre tract in Sec. 30, Blk 5 H&GN RyCo..
GLO has two bid sales a year. To see the results for the one last August, at the top of that first EnergyNet page click "Sales Results", then "Government Sales Results" and below YTD Results click "View Previous Year Results". You can then scroll down to the site for Texas GLO August 1, 2017 and see the same details as in today's sale. If you go further down you'll see the place the January, 2017 GLO sale is listed but the link no longer works.
The tracts bid on in these sales are nominated, or proposed, by companies interested in leasing them. It probably isn't the answer in all case, but companies holding lots of leases in an area, that they may have acquired over time at much lower bonus rates, can afford to pay a premium for acreage that fits their overall position. When two or more companies are in that same position regarding a certain parcel the competition and second guessing can drive up the bids.