We took a drive out into the country to relax from our stressful life. Leaving the ‘Circle M’ park that belongs to ‘Outdoor World’ we drove thru the country, not using a map. Knowing we could return by asking the GPS on the dash.
The first turn was Bean Road. How is this for beauty:
It is funny that when I am looking at all this corn, I think this is enough for the whole world.
continuing to drive and say this is Sooooo Beautiful….(There was Plank Rd, Slab Road etc)
Huge farms and farm houses, also a couple log houses.
From this farm down the road was a wagon and horses with the Amish family tending tobacco.
Ahh, I love covered bridges and love to check their construction, standing for nearly a hundred years.
Love this huge farm and its mail box. I want one!!!
At first you would think everyone just cut their grass and painted the houses, but that is not always the case.
But the country roads will make you forget anything not kept up. I never tire of the green
I had to shoot the wild flowers, this is a small patch much more along the road.
In the distance a Mennonite church and grave yard. Below is the Susquehanna, ROCKY with the dam in the distance.
Below is a family headed home fro a market.
This one I thought was a classic catch, the Past and present. The man in the buggy will go home and strip his corn by hand or horse drawn implement, the man on the right can drive over his crop. (Or even over the buggy!!!)
The perspective is deceiving. that Tractor underneath is as tall as the buggy.
I had many more GREEN pictures and huge farms these are samples.
Thanks for stopping by the log.
What is a "free" gift?
Aren't all gifts free?
Okay, Friend Louis from near the golden Gate Bridge, solved the mystery of Sheila’s car. It is a Packard, Of course he would, He is The number one fan of the Famous Packard.
The ?, Captured by Sheila in North Carolina.