This is not the greatest pen in the world, no. This is just a tribute. This may or may not be the silliest thing I ever write, but this entry is devoted to a pen. I signed my first cache with this pen and 99% of the following caches, too. For a long time it … Continue reading Paean For A Pen
...since I've written an entry that WASN'T about a county seat! I figured out a while back that if I could get one or two good sized trips relatively close to one another, I could get tons of entries worth of counties done, giving me more than enough time to get more trips and entries … Continue reading It’s Been A While…
I have to confess that I don't think I learned anything new on this trip. Everything went as well as I think could have been hoped. In fact, had I a little more confidence in my abilities, I might have even made it to one more county this trip. But that's not a big deal, … Continue reading Lessons?
Oddly enough, this photograph was harder than usual to get. I did my standard walkaround and then set myself to get this, but in the ten minutes between my arrival and this photo, someone else also stopped at the courthouse for a reason I couldn't entirely divine (probably something wifi related, I'm guessing) and just … Continue reading 214. Centerville, Leon County
The WPA at work again. I approve of this building, but it also looks like it needs a bit of tender loving care. It's also reminiscent of some other places I've been, but I'm too lazy to go through the archives at the moment. The day is getting thin and I'm getting worn. It's funny … Continue reading 213. Crockett, Houston County
l was starting to feel a bit of a drag when I pulled up. The downside of being amped up is the tiredness you feel when it passes. If I were going on a long trip through a ton of counties, this drain might have cost me a county or two on the back end … Continue reading 212. Groveton, Trinity County
Coming down from my last stop took quite a while. Adrenaline can be one heck of a pick-me-up. I was still a little on edge as I walked these grounds. Luckily, they were quiet and sedate. A small courthouse in a tiny town. But eventually the blood stills, the fingers cease to quake, the mind … Continue reading 211. Woodville, Tyler County