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    Pictures of my property and around the county

    Just some pictures of where I live and around the county.

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    http://s1104.photobucket.com/albums/...cpZZ1QQtppZZ28

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    Nice property you have there Tackit...
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    Looks like a great place to live. Seeing those trees in fall colors gives me chest pains.
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    Thanks guys, I feel like the Good Lord blessed me with this place. Before I moved out here 20 years ago I lived in a large suburb where my next door neighbors house couldn't have been more than 20 feet away.

    I love the country, I didn't know for sure how the wife was gonna like it but she loved in no time at all... good neighbors and our church and plenty of stores to buy groceries and do shopping with the kids within 10 or 15 miles in each direction made it easier for her to accept, now she absolutely loves it here and wouldn't live in a city or a suburb. Then my dad wanted to move on the property to be close to us so i gave him the land the daughter's and SIL's house is on.

    Now the daughter and SIL owns the house and 3 acres. I own the 12 or maybe 14 acre forest (it's been so many years I forget for sure) that's in the pictures, which is so beautiful in any season, when I mow by it in the spring it smells so good from all the wild flowers and trees coming into bloom.... I wish I could bottle the smell it smells so good.

    DR being a fall lover when fall arrives I drive around the whole county to take in Autumn's spendor, I never get tired of fall, fall has always been for me a time to take inventory of my blessings which I feel are far more than I deserve. Fall is definately a special time here in the midwest. I have been saving fall leaves in a small sandwhich size zip lock bag of the year each grandchild was born in. I think it's gonna be nice for them to actually be able to touch something of nature that was from the year they were born in. A Show and Tell perhaps when they get to school age.
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    Wow

    Tackit,

    That is Beautiful. Really does beat the city life for sure. And it helps with the peace of mind. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyM View Post
    Tackit,

    That is Beautiful. Really does beat the city life for sure. And it helps with the peace of mind. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks Randy. Wisconsin in Autumn is beautiful too. In the early 70s I went twice to LaCross Wisconsin's Octoberfest which was put on by Oldstyle, back in those days it lasted a week. I remember eveytime they opened a new keg in the beer tent everyone would cheer. We camped at Goose Island. I still remember how beautiful the senery was driving up there in the fall of the year.

    I have been to Wisconsin Dells two times which was a pretty nice place for us to go to have a small vacation, and I remember when I was a little guy back in the middle 50's my dad had to take his new Mercury outboard motor back to the Mercury factory up there somewhere to exchange the motor. I sometimes catch Wisconsin outdoors? on one of our public televison stations down here, good show, has great shots of Wisconsin's scenery along with showing Wisconsin's many outdoor activities. Snowmobiling looks like a blast but I never tried snowmobiling or ice racing motor cycles on a frozen lake which has always fastenated me.

    I'll probaly have to edit this three or four times to get it right...I'm not a very good writer.
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    Thanks for sharing your pretty corner of the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tackit View Post
    Thanks Randy. Wisconsin in Autumn is beautiful too.
    Actually, we live in a great country. Each corner has its own beauty to offer.
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    Very nice. I spent 10 years in W. Lafayette and have seen a lot of the state. Those are are some good looking corn fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Thanks for sharing your pretty corner of the world.
    You're welcome mj. It's always fun and interesting to look at members pictures so I like to do my part. Like Randy said this country has many nice places to see. I was stationed at Ft. Belvoir Virgina right outside of our nation's capital during the middle sixties, Virgina had absolutely breath taking fall scenery. I especially like the old iron work on the older houses and shops in DC and also down in Savannah Georgia too.

    I can't keep up with the leaves, I tried but it's a lost cause, so now they turn into organic fertilizer making me happy and the trees and hedge rows happy.

    After a few good storms the most of them blow away to the hedge rows that surround my place. I let my hedge rows grow, never cutting them back so's to make it a very painfull experience for anyone trying to rip me off. In most places they are thick with thorn bushes brambles, sticks and poison vines, they are very pretty to see come fall too.

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