Country Living


Living in the country presents a completely different set of rules to live by regarding culture.Late last year, I sold a home set out near a lake and a Corps of Engineers property.The home, owned by a family for more than 50 years, was on the market after using it for a deer lease.Several things, including the septic, had seen better days, but, of course this was not discovered until the actual move occurred.Adding a garage and workshop took time and cooperation from Mother Nature.With the final move in, a young, sickly dog appeared on the property and instantly became a hit with the family.With the noises and mystery of the land, wild hogs were heard fighting as of late.It’s an interesting life when one is in the country and yet, not far from the city and they wouldn’t change it for anything!