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The March to 254 Continues

Posted by on August 24, 2012

To my legion of fans – I send apologies.  I’m sure you’ve been thinking I’ve forgotten my Texas Courthouse website, but that’s not the case.  It’s just been a long period of illnesses, death, loss of dog, various trips, work and general mayhem  Mostly, we’ve not been traveling as we planned, so there’s not much to share.  Having said that – there are still courthouses we’ve already visited that have not been posted yet.  So today – I present to you the following counties:  San Saba, San Jacinto, San Patricio, Smith, Somervell, Sterling, Schleicher and Sutton.  Visit one or all of these newly added courthouses.  Let me know what you think, and where you think we should be visiting next.  I know there’s a few little ‘holes’ in the eastern part of the state we might try to fill up this fall.

I’ve also added the towns of Sonora, San Saba, Glen Rose, Eldorado and Coldsprings and retired county jails from San Jacinto, Sutton, Sterling and Schleicher counties.  There was also a replica of the original San Patricio county courthouse and pictures from the famous Regency Bridge (ever watch The Texas Country Reporter on Sunday mornings)

Know it’s been awhile, but come on in and visit a little.

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