Living in an RV, part 6: Bogs, Logs, and Fog — The Country Road to Town

In our transition between selling our Michigan house in July and living in the house we bought for after retirement in Wisconsin in November, we are living in a borrowed RV.

The 20-minute drive between the RV park and town is not unpleasant. It is your quintessential Michigan countryside.

There are hills, ponds and bogs.

There are soybean and corn fields, and nice, big red barns.

Much of the shoulderless road is tree-lined, allowing gorgeous travel through tree tunnels. I do look forward in the next couple of weeks when the trees will display their fall colors for us.

And, naturally, on a wooded country road, if a tree falls there are sometimes branches or logs one must swerve around near to or onto the road.

You must be careful to drive more slowly in the nighttime or in fog. As much as the narrow country road is stunningly interesting, you do not want to go off it. One of the ponds along the route has an algae-covered car tire sticking out of it — a warning to other careless drivers.

There is even a haunted house along the way, hidden among the trees, not far from the road. It is easy to miss, draped in tree branches. I will not show you a picture of it. The ghosts may come after me for exposing them.

I do look forward to Jeff’s retirement and living near our grandchildren. I will miss the Michigan countryside and the beautiful sunsets we see in this open space.

2 thoughts on “Living in an RV, part 6: Bogs, Logs, and Fog — The Country Road to Town

  1. Love your pictures of the Michigan countryside. I love, love, love barns. I always wanted to take photos of barns and put them in a book. So much character to them. Our trees are coloring up nicely–kind of early, but really enjoy get a taste of the colors before we head to FL this weekend. I am enjoying your Living in an RV series. Yes, I can see a lot of this info will show up in your books!! Happy October!
    JQ Rose

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