A Drive in the Country
After walking around and reading headstones we continued south toward hills and ravines.
One of the ladies in town has a secret fishing hole somewhere west of here, so we took the next road west.
We drove a couple of miles west and the road became less used until we got to a spot that was way too muddy for me to drive through. It would be a long walk to get someone to pull us out.
What a coup! We also found lots of farmer's rock piles that we could take rocks for my friend's garden. A rock pile is where the farmer piles rocks that are taken off the land so the crop grows better and the machinery gets through better.
All in all, a nice afternoon on the land.