It might be an understatement to say I lived in the Country growing up. These were the roads we traveled to school, to 'town' and to get where we had to go.
I took my dad to a family reunion over the week end and couldn't miss the chance to drive these Country Roads.
I lived very near this lake and fished here many many times. When I was 17 we moved away, but I have always and probably will always consider this my home. My dad loves to reminisce and tell me stories when we ride these roads. A good time to listen well, as this generation fades away so do the memories.
The Reunion was small and not a lot of action except for
a young squirrel who was taken with us and our food.
I kept talking to him and he seemed quite interested in what
I had to say. I said " Aunt Doris made some yummy zucchini
bread and it is loaded with nuts, do you want some?"
He smiled and said 'why yes I think I do"
The second one was eating the shrubs and grass.. the horse
was just standing there as it was a statue.