31. Hallettsville, Lavaca County


This is the definition of a tiny town.  I feel a bit cheated that they’re already started putting up Christmas stuff at Halloween.  And, as you can see, our old friend Rain has dropped back in on us.  Ugh.  I didn’t even try to look at the monuments (not that there were many).  I just did a quick walk around and found a covered spot to take a photo.  There was only one cache in town (a virtual) but it was decided to hit a traditional outside of town.


The cache was itself was pretty mundane: a camoed jar attached to a fence.  However, thanks to the rain, the ditches running along that fence were filled about ankle deep with water.  Parable of the Boots, indeed.  But at least I was able to give it a new log, so I’ve got that going for me, which is nice.  Other than this, there’s nothing of note here.  We got back in the car and continued on to…







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