Three months ago today, I suspended work on my courthouse project due to personal medical issues discussed in a previous blog. At this point I am well into my recovery period and working fulltime at my architectural firm. It's great to be getting back to "normal" activities. I'm ready to begin editing photographs taken earlier this summer and posting new courthouse information. I still have a good backlog of county pages to create and this will keep me busy for the next couple of months. Then, when the days start getting longer, I will take up the courthouse trail in March 2014, visiting some of the remaining 58 counties on my list.
11/26/2013 11:46:53 am
Glad to hear you're well. I look forward to reading your blog.
12/7/2013 12:14:21 am
Leonard, glad to hear you are feeling better and about to be back on the Courthouse Trail! I recently became enthralled with our old courthouses and have started visiting/photographing them myself. I just post my photos in an Album on my Facebook page. I've enjoyed your blog! Holler at me when your travels bring you through the Hill Country!
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Leonard G. Lane, Jr., AIA
- Chronological Order (of my visits)
- County List (alphabetical)
- County Seat List (alphabetical)
- Texas Courthouse Blog
- James Riely Gordon, Architect
- Eugene T. Heiner, Architect
- Henry T. Phelps, Architect
- Alfred Giles, Architect
- Corneil G. Curtis, Architect
- Wesley Clark Dodson, Architect
- Lang & Witchell Architects
- Voelcker & Dixon, Architects
- Wyatt C. Hedrick, Architect
- David S. Castle, Architect
- Page Brothers, Architects
- James Edward Flanders, Architect
- Pierce, Norris, Pace & Associates, Architects & Engineers