242. Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County

This is a different kind of courthouse. I’m not sure exactly what kind of design this would be. It’s definitely more modern, but it’s also got the same walled feel of a small Spanish town, which makes sense considering the aesthetic of the town. It’s definitely a Camino Real looking place with the red brick streets and all that.

There were several caches around downtown, but I didn’t feel like looking for a five stage multi or the magnetic cache when the last person reported the magnet having fallen off. I wanted something simple that I could grab and get going again.

I found a key box on a metal sign. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. Yes, it’s boring, but it’s perfectly adequate for my needs. I did the necessary and then got back on the road, heading down to…

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