We come across this driveway with a fence that just disappears over the hill.
Old wooden bridge that leads back into the fields.
Old farms in the distance.
We took a couple of dirt roads that took us deeper into the country side.
And saw lots of corn fields.
We even came across the old dairy farm that dear Hubby use to work at.
Saw lots of cows out grazing.
We came across this cute little barn with a cow on the roof.
We even came across one of my many favorites ... Squirrel Creek, which is a little Amish store that I frequent quite often.
This next pic is about the extent of the woods that you find around here...
Ok we have a little more woods than that around here, but with all the corn fields and soybeans here I have to joke around about the amount of trees when we do finally see them. After growing up in Northern Wisconsin where you have a tree every 5 inches, you start to miss the woods.
We came into this little town called Stockdale and Don showed me the old mill that's in town.
We went up the road a little bit to Roann to see the covered bridge. The bridge was built in 1877 and crosses the Eel River.
This next pic looks like we are flying across the bridge but we were really only doing about 2 mph.
After the mill and bridge tours it was starting to get too dark to take anymore pics so we decided to head home. We never did make it to get ice cream, but we put almost 50 miles on! I guess ice cream will have to be another trip!
Until next time . . .