I now wish to correct the record: Georgia is number two, but I was incorrect in stating it has 99 counties; the actual number of counties in Georgia is 159. (Delaware has the fewest counties: 3) I would also like to point out that Loving County Texas has the fewest inhabitants of ANY county in the entire United States of America, 82. For more information on US counties, click here.
In 2012 I've visited and photographed 45 Texas counties, beginning with Panola County and ending with Kaufman County. I've also re-visited a number of counties across the state and updated their pages on this website. It's been a productive year and I've kept busy traveling, photographing, editing and creating new county pages. As of this afternoon I've finished 129 county pages. (Actually, not, I just remembered I declared a "Mulligan," or do-over, on Burnet County, so it's 128 completed pages.) Regardless, I recently completed the last of the 2011 visits: Aransas, Calhoun, Webb, Zapata and Jim Hogg counties. Over the "winter" months I'll finish the 45 counties I visited in 2012 and thus be caught up for the first time since I began this project!