Well hi everyone. It’s been a while. In response to some recent new traffic to my social media platforms, I thought I’d take the time to keep you (and anyone new) in the loop of what’s been going on here.
At the end of January, I wrote an update on my progress with the condition of this website. Since, as I sit here, February is drawing to a close, I thought I might do another. If you’ll recall, I made
A brief shoutout to everyone who comes across this page: This website is a labor of love, but it has been willfully neglected for some time (far too long). I’ve been busy, and life is always replete with tasks to
On August 15, 2016, nearly six years after I began, I set out on my final courthouse trip. I woke up early that morning to get ready, as I had a bit of a drive before we could get started. I was
Still reeling from the excellent guacamole we’d had at Henry’s the night before, we kept breakfast simple with a quick trip through the McDonald’s line. It’s never my first choice, but it’s quick. From San Angelo, our route took us
The Midland/Odessa Petroplex sits on the Llano Estacado, halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso, at the far end of West Texas, and at the cusp of the Trans-Pecos Region. This far into the trip, we’d arrived at this edge.
Summer 2013 was the most successful one to date, with a total of sixty-five courthouses obtained in a three month period from places as far away as Cameron County at the tip of South Texas and Dallam County at the
At 9:00 we said goodbye to Corpus Christi, and began the long and arduous trip home. Our first task? We had to visit Bee County. Even after all I had accomplished the day before, there was still one new courthouse left in
Our day was to begin at 8:00, to get an early start, but after a mishap with the Enterprise car rental, we were delayed until 9:00. That was no matter, because on peak summer days like this (June 22), the
*Disclaimer: Before you read, know that I didn’t get to any courthouses on this day. This is just a description of my day exploring Corpus Christi for the first time. If you’re not interested, please move on to Day 3