You Know You Are Living in the Country When……….

By: rlogan1155

Sep 19 2012

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Category: RV Living - Full Time Experiences

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You know you are living in the country when you pass a horse and buggy driving along the side of the road.

Passing a horse and buggy

You know you are living in the country when you can watch a Mennonite family harvesting hand cut and stooked corn using horses and wagons to bring it out of the field.

Harvesting corn the old fashioned way

You know you are living in the country when you stumble upon a Mennonite general store in the middle of nowhere; no electricity and a hand cranked cash register.

Mennonite country store

You know you are living in the country when you go to the grocery store and find a tractor parked alongside cars in the parking lot.

At the market

John Deere

There is a hitching post and evidence that it has been used recently, and even a shelter for the horses.

Hitching post and “evidence”

Shelter for the horses

You know you are living in the country when people do interesting things with bales of hay on their front lawns and have unique lawn ornaments.

Train lawn ornament

Bride and Groom

Tweety and Sylvester

Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Best of all, you know you are living in the country when people use barbed wire in imaginative ways.

barb wire at the mail box

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