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Green Acres is the place to be.....  

secret_lade 47F
13413 posts
10/2/2021 5:27 am
Green Acres is the place to be.....

How do you know you're living in the country?

You go on a walk with the Spawn and see this on the other side of your driveway....



Not going to lie, this is definitely a change from what I'm used to, but it's a good change. I'm certain I'll start missing the convenience of living in town and having everything within a mile of me, but it's been kind of nice to see the wildlife everywhere and apple orchard across the street getting harvested.

The Spawn and I were nearly back to the house when we spied this guy munching away in the field next to the house. I certainly didn't see this from my apartment....



Hmmmm..... Perhaps it's time I pull out the bib overalls and find me a chewin' straw. I think this place is starting to assimilate me.

Happy Saturday!

secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/10/2021 3:20 am

    Quoting ImInterested904:
    I would love to visit! Looks so nice and relaxing. Thanks for sharing
You're welcome!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/10/2021 3:20 am

    Quoting lonlyforlove2:
    Young Lady, every thing thrives better in the country, You will get used to not being in the city and will never wish to go back, It is so nice to be able to see nature at it's finest.. You just can't beat it.. So glad to see you out of the apartment with those "strange" acting people..
I'm really happy to be out of the apartment, definitely not missing the neighbors at all. Egads....


ImInterested904 47M
92 posts
10/7/2021 8:03 pm

I would love to visit! Looks so nice and relaxing. Thanks for sharing


lonlyforlove2 78M
33430 posts
10/6/2021 6:00 pm

Young Lady, every thing thrives better in the country, You will get used to not being in the city and will never wish to go back, It is so nice to be able to see nature at it's finest.. You just can't beat it.. So glad to see you out of the apartment with those "strange" acting people..

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secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/6/2021 1:21 am

    Quoting allgud69xxx:
    If part of your new commute is quiet, you may experience something along the lines during the last year I lived in a village about a half-hour’s drive from my work at the time. Because there was not much traffic, many times over that year I didn’t remember the last 10 minutes or so of the drive. Just not a lot to pay attention to on the road, and the mind wanders.

    Your friends, who are outstanding in their field (while ignoring you two watching them), hopefully they don’t a lot of friends, that they get together with. For the first few months of working in the same place referred to above, I drove through a stretch with orchards and a few farms. There was one night on the way home in fall, I had to wait, along with some other vehicles, for about 5 minutes for a herd of about a hundred deer to mossy their ass(es) across the road. That was a little crazy, though.

    So, um, now that you’re outside the city, and considering the new “dress code”, when “sexy time” comes around now, will you just wear the bib overalls without anything else? Especially a number with a very narrow bib …

    Enjoy your continuing explorations.
That is a LOT of deer.... I haven't seen any traveling in a herd up here yet. I see a lot of randoms out in all the fields, last night I saw 5 sprinkle through 3 fields while I was walking. It's that time though, firearm deer season is right around the corner.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/6/2021 1:16 am

    Quoting lindoboy100:
    Well, if you wear bib overalls you're a lot less likely to stain your clothes with spooges, no??

    Looks rather beautiful where you are McLade, a bit like yersel'!
So far, have not transitioned to bibs or pulled out a chewing straw.... LOL It is really pretty here, so far I'm really happy with the decision to move. I haven't done the winter commute yet, not quite sure what that will be like, so we'll just have to wait and see.


lindoboy100 58M
23882 posts
10/4/2021 9:20 am

Well, if you wear bib overalls you're a lot less likely to stain your clothes with spooges, no??

Looks rather beautiful where you are McLade, a bit like yersel'!

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Sakwes77 67M
139 posts
10/4/2021 6:51 am

    Quoting secret_lade:
    I'm around people all the time at work, every day.... It's good for me to be able to come home and just be, alone. I look forward to it. It's also kind of nice to be in a new town, where I don't know everyone everywhere I go. I can make quick stops at places without bumping into someone and having to chat for 45 minutes before I can break away. Good changes!
My entire social life is bumping into people I know, in town.
And spending 45 minutes talking on the sidewalk.

Well, mostly. I do have a girl friend, purely platonic, that comes and stays with us every other month or so. But she only stays a day or two and then is off to some far off place to visit someone else.

I spend a lot of days with only my echo for company.

Damn I wish this pandemic would go away.


allgud69xxx 48M
445 posts
10/3/2021 9:52 pm

If part of your new commute is quiet, you may experience something along the lines during the last year I lived in a village about a half-hour’s drive from my work at the time. Because there was not much traffic, many times over that year I didn’t remember the last 10 minutes or so of the drive. Just not a lot to pay attention to on the road, and the mind wanders.

Your friends, who are outstanding in their field (while ignoring you two watching them), hopefully they don’t a lot of friends, that they get together with. For the first few months of working in the same place referred to above, I drove through a stretch with orchards and a few farms. There was one night on the way home in fall, I had to wait, along with some other vehicles, for about 5 minutes for a herd of about a hundred deer to mossy their ass(es) across the road. That was a little crazy, though.

So, um, now that you’re outside the city, and considering the new “dress code”, when “sexy time” comes around now, will you just wear the bib overalls without anything else? Especially a number with a very narrow bib …

Enjoy your continuing explorations.

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secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/3/2021 4:35 pm

    Quoting ltrskr:
    Hmmmmmm, BEARS!?
    Two guys were hiking, all of a sudden they see a bear after them,
    One guy asks the other, "What do we do!!!!"
    His buddy says, "WE RUN,,,,,,,,,,!!!!!!!!!!"
    "Can we out run a Bear???????
    "All I have to do is out run you..........." LMAO!

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I haven't seen any yet... Nor have I heard anyone talking about any. You never know though....


ltrskr 73M  
5024 posts
10/3/2021 8:50 am

Hmmmmmm, BEARS!?
Two guys were hiking, all of a sudden they see a bear after them,
One guy asks the other, "What do we do!!!!"
His buddy says, "WE RUN,,,,,,,,,,!!!!!!!!!!"
"Can we out run a Bear???????
"All I have to do is out run you..........." LMAO!

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secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/3/2021 6:07 am

    Quoting Sakwes77:
    I don't have the sign beside my driveway but the rest looks terribly familiar.

    I wouldn't live in town now. This where my roots are and it's where I belong.

    I love being around other people, but only a few at a time. I tried living in a city, actually two cities. That's not the place for me.

    I've never felt so alone as I did in the city. In a city of 200,000 people I got to know two people in one year.

    Here I know most of the people within ten miles of me and most of them are my friends.
    And even when there is no one around I am never alone.

    The Deer, and Chickadees keep me company. And the Bears make life interesting.

    You are in a good place. Country living is more relaxed, healthier and safer.
I'm around people all the time at work, every day.... It's good for me to be able to come home and just be, alone. I look forward to it. It's also kind of nice to be in a new town, where I don't know everyone everywhere I go. I can make quick stops at places without bumping into someone and having to chat for 45 minutes before I can break away. Good changes!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/3/2021 6:04 am

    Quoting MrWrong4RghtNow:
    I couldn't figure out what that sign meant until you said assimilate. So you live in Amish Borg country eh? coooool!
We Are Borg..... Ha ha ha ha ha


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/3/2021 6:03 am

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    Weeeeeeeeeell doggy! Pretty soon you'll get a hankerin' for possum stew!
Yah.... I'm thinking NO on that one. LOL I'll stick to beef and chicken.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/3/2021 6:02 am

    Quoting Erogedyne:
    Now THAT's the kind of place to live! And it would be a real bonus to see you in bibs (and nothing else) chewing a straw. Your comment put my imagination into high gear!
Bibs and chewing straws.... the New Sexy! Rawrrrrr!! Ha ha ha ha ha


Erogedyne 69M
584 posts
10/3/2021 5:00 am

Now THAT's the kind of place to live! And it would be a real bonus to see you in bibs (and nothing else) chewing a straw. Your comment put my imagination into high gear!

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mc_justmc 61M  
6783 posts
10/3/2021 4:54 am

Weeeeeeeeeell doggy! Pretty soon you'll get a hankerin' for possum stew!


MrWrong4RghtNow 55M  
1916 posts
10/2/2021 11:27 pm

I couldn't figure out what that sign meant until you said assimilate. So you live in Amish Borg country eh? coooool!

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Sakwes77 67M
139 posts
10/2/2021 11:07 pm

I don't have the sign beside my driveway but the rest looks terribly familiar.

I wouldn't live in town now. This where my roots are and it's where I belong.

I love being around other people, but only a few at a time. I tried living in a city, actually two cities. That's not the place for me.

I've never felt so alone as I did in the city. In a city of 200,000 people I got to know two people in one year.

Here I know most of the people within ten miles of me and most of them are my friends.
And even when there is no one around I am never alone.

The Deer, and Chickadees keep me company. And the Bears make life interesting.

You are in a good place. Country living is more relaxed, healthier and safer.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:13 pm

Ha ha ha ha I did!!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:13 pm

    Quoting 62Mature4young:
    I could not stand to live in the city or suburbs--I am surrounded by bean fields and forests, and my nearest neighbor is over 150 yards away. I like my privacy and if I could I'd move to more remote digs....

    Out here a traffic jam is three cars stuck behind a combine
I thought I would really miss street lights and people.... It turns out that I don't. I have a fear of the dark so it was kind of nice to have those street lights lighting things up for me, but I don't really go anywhere after dark now so.... It doesn't really matter.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:08 pm

    Quoting 69ereatwetpussy:
    Nothing like living in God's Country
    I watch farm equipment up and down my road all day long.
    Hay field for miles and cows, old barns.
There are at least 3 big farms surrounding me and one winery about a mile down the road, I look forward to seeing the tractor action. LOL


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:05 pm

Agreed!!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:05 pm

    Quoting hardguy0051:
    I think "this guy munching" is actually "this gal munching."

    Within a year you'll be able to tell the difference between John Deeres, Massey Fergusons, and International Harvesters. Also between Golden Delicious and Galas.

    Join the local gun club, meet your neighbors and sharpen your shooting skills.

    Oh,and buy a set of tire chains.
We aren't allowed to use tire chains here, when I bought my car I was wise enough to buy all wheel drive. So far I've never had an issue, this will be the first winter I'll be traveling this far to work though. It was a 5 minute commute, before. And, can't wait to taste test those apples! LOL


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:01 pm

    Quoting citizen4722:
    It's a blessing that I can be out in the country air in ten minutes from my city.
That is a blessing!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 7:00 pm

    Quoting New2Midlo:
    My journey was the opposite of yours. I grew up in a very rural setting and definitely enjoyed the space, wildlife, peace and quiet. Shooting range on the corner of our property. When I moved to the suburbs, I remember being amazed I could get to a grocery store in five minutes versus the twenty I'd been accustomed to all my life. I still get cross about not having a huge tractor and numerous chain saws. Those were integral to the rites of passage in our family. Somewhere in storage exists 8m video of my great great grandfather plowing snow.
I actually grew up in a semi-rural setting, myself. My grandparents always had huge gardens and did tons of canning and freezing, my job was picking the stones out of the garden when my grandpa plowed. He had a Farmall A. When I was in middle school, they downsized and sold their house.... And I'd kind of forgotten what it was like back then.


Whalehello 39M
19 posts
10/2/2021 3:08 pm

Gotta love country livin! So peaceful and beautiful


citizen4722 63M  
72995 posts
10/2/2021 12:59 pm

It's a blessing that I can be out in the country air in ten minutes from my city.


hardguy0051 69M
444 posts
10/2/2021 12:42 pm

I think "this guy munching" is actually "this gal munching."

Within a year you'll be able to tell the difference between John Deeres, Massey Fergusons, and International Harvesters. Also between Golden Delicious and Galas.

Join the local gun club, meet your neighbors and sharpen your shooting skills.

Oh,and buy a set of tire chains.


pagancountrygirl 63F
6057 posts
10/2/2021 12:41 pm

Yup...it was a very good move.

Pagan
Hmmmm....I know I left that wand around here somewhere!


New2Midlo 51M  
911 posts
10/2/2021 12:33 pm

My journey was the opposite of yours. I grew up in a very rural setting and definitely enjoyed the space, wildlife, peace and quiet. Shooting range on the corner of our property. When I moved to the suburbs, I remember being amazed I could get to a grocery store in five minutes versus the twenty I'd been accustomed to all my life. I still get cross about not having a huge tractor and numerous chain saws. Those were integral to the rites of passage in our family. Somewhere in storage exists 8m video of my great great grandfather plowing snow.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 10:31 am

    Quoting MrRareity:
    I love the pictures it looks so peaceful and beautiful.
It is very peaceful.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 10:30 am

    Quoting benard69:
    Moved out of a rather large city to the country 20 yrs. ago Did take some getting use to but couldn't get me back with a shoe horn now...Enjoy!
I didn't live in a large city, but I did have the convenience of a whole lot very close by. I'm still working in Gaylord, so I can still pick up / do whatever it is I need to do without much hassle on my work days, but impromptu pizza delivery and spur of the moment trips to Hobby Lobby are a thing of the past.


69ereatwetpussy 59M
6022 posts
10/2/2021 9:58 am

Nothing like living in God's Country
I watch farm equipment up and down my road all day long.
Hay field for miles and cows, old barns.


62Mature4young 62M
110 posts
10/2/2021 9:52 am

I could not stand to live in the city or suburbs--I am surrounded by bean fields and forests, and my nearest neighbor is over 150 yards away. I like my privacy and if I could I'd move to more remote digs....

Out here a traffic jam is three cars stuck behind a combine


hogknot 55M  
981 posts
10/2/2021 9:49 am

The country living is nice, if you can deal with being far away from everything. The winter can get long in the north. If you were able to work from home it would help with the winter doldrums.


boobwhisperer69 58M  
7658 posts
10/2/2021 9:45 am

You said assimilate!!!!!!


benard69 63M/63F  
6144 posts
10/2/2021 9:36 am

Moved out of a rather large city to the country 20 yrs. ago Did take some getting use to but couldn't get me back with a shoe horn now...Enjoy!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 9:20 am

    Quoting bustinout20202:
    "Land spreadin' out so far and wide
    Keep Manhattan just give me that countryside!"

    Maybe those were the ones at your window the other night??

    It looks so peaceful, thanks for sharing!
I was thinking the same thing! They were very comfortable, just hanging out there. Didn't even mind that my daughter and I were standing there staring at them from the road.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 9:19 am

    Quoting  :

So far, I am enjoying it!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 9:18 am

Thank you, you too!


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 9:18 am

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    Great pics. Love that rural vibe! 😊

    I didn't know the Amish drove tractors. 👍
    Have THEY come around to your door and offered you a glass of Kool-Aid? 🤔

    So when dja gonna start canning peaches and making gallons of strawberry 🍓 jam? Ya know, you can set up a booth, roadside, and make some extra money. Just saying.

    I see them on my strip of road all the time. I bought some honey recently! 🍯 Fabulous! 👍
I haven't seen any Amish, but my landlords do have a roadside apple stand set up in their yard by the road. LOL He's the one on the tractor doing the harvesting.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 9:15 am

    Quoting spunkycumfun:
    I used to live in the countryside. I always slept better there than living in a city. I think it was all the fresh air.
So far, I'm still getting used to the strange noises and Peeping Tom Deer. Definitely feels a little different at night.


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 9:13 am

    Quoting Weeload2:
    Oh look.. a flock of tractors, think if you honk they will move out of the road ?
    Nah.. the farmers would shoot back

    ~Wee~

So far, I've only seen the one that's been harvesting the apples. I wonder if it's part of a gang....


MrRareity 61M  
4459 posts
10/2/2021 8:53 am

I love the pictures it looks so peaceful and beautiful.

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Weeload2 58M
721 posts
10/2/2021 8:44 am

Oh look.. a flock of tractors, think if you honk they will move out of the road ?
Nah.. the farmers would shoot back

~Wee~


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spunkycumfun 61M/66F
38477 posts
10/2/2021 8:08 am

I used to live in the countryside. I always slept better there than living in a city. I think it was all the fresh air.


Paulxx001 64M
21572 posts
10/2/2021 7:59 am

Great pics. Love that rural vibe! 😊

I didn't know the Amish drove tractors. 👍
Have THEY come around to your door and offered you a glass of Kool-Aid? 🤔

So when dja gonna start canning peaches and making gallons of strawberry 🍓 jam? Ya know, you can set up a booth, roadside, and make some extra money. Just saying.

I see them on my strip of road all the time. I bought some honey recently! 🍯 Fabulous! 👍


G000dbuddy 34M  
527 posts
10/2/2021 7:32 am

Have a great weekend

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bustinout20202 64F  
819 posts
10/2/2021 6:41 am

"Land spreadin' out so far and wide
Keep Manhattan just give me that countryside!"

Maybe those were the ones at your window the other night??

It looks so peaceful, thanks for sharing!

~~~" Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift." --Mary Oliver~~~


secret_lade 47F
8334 posts
10/2/2021 5:30 am

You go on a walk with the Spawn and see this on the other side of your driveway...

Not going to lie, this is definitely a change from what I'm used to, but it's a good change. I'm certain I'll start missing the convenience of living in town and having everything within a mile of me, but it's been kind of nice to see the wildlife everywhere and apple orchard across the street getting harvested.

The Spawn and I were nearly back to the house when we spied this guy munching away in the field next to the house. I certainly didn't see this from my apartment....

Hmmmm..... Perhaps it's time I pull out the bib overalls and find me a chewin' straw. I think this place is starting to assimilate me.

Happy Saturday!


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