It’s almost like I’ve seen a courthouse like this one before… I certainly didn’t expect the stage to be there on the courthouse square, but I will admit that their monument collection is quite robust. I also have to say their muggle quotient was quite high, especially from older couples admiring all the monuments. That made things more difficult because there was a cache right here on the square.
At first I thought it was hidden in the rocks in the waterfall fountain wall, which would have been totally worth a favorite, but alas no. I finally figured out that it was in flagpole skirt, but I lifted it to find two strips of velcro and nothing else. A few messages back and forth with the owner confirmed what I already knew: someone had walked off with the cache. Bunch of savages in this town! So went off again to a nearby old train station. I started tromping around in the field next to it, poking in the tall grass, not finding anything of use until…
Is that a water fixture of some kind? That can’t be a coincidence.
Boom! That one was pretty well hidden! I liked it enough to give it one of my stingily hoarded favorites! And then, like a flash, I was gone and on the way to…
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That restroom alone will be worth a trip.
How come nobody had ever mentioned this awesome bathroom BEFORE I went there? 😛
I was going to ask about the restroom too! If only for that, it’s worth a photo and a giggle and I dare you to use it. It’s unsettling. 🙂
Please tell me you used the glass rest room on the courthouse square!!
Where? Mother of crap! I missed it! I may have to make a special detour when I get to Hunt County next door…
There are two glass cubed on the square. They are restrooms. Go inside and you see all around outside while you do your duty. Its a very weird experience. I’m surprised you didn’t see them.