What to say, just a very nice ride out into the country.
Every Monday, I drive into the big city. I often say that, but never name it...we live in a small rural town called LaGrange, and I drive into the small city of St. Matthews, just outside of Louisville, Kentucky.
We have I-71 just beyond our borders, and yet, I do not get on it often, for there are too many drivers, too many wrecks and to tell the truth, I love old country lanes.
Sometimes I take the same journey twice a week, and I can always view something new. Other times, like yesterday, I took a little different route, got a little bit lost, figured it out and had a very nice ride.
The Red-tailed Hawk hunting was a pleasant surprise.
The old rusty silos are in a tiny town along the river of Westport.
During the Civil War, they had Underground Railroads in this tiny city all tucked away.
I have driven by this old silo hundreds of times and never really taken a good look at it...pretty cool!
The White-tailed Deer was running along I-71 and the county lane that I was on, and I so hope it made it across the fence with the other doe that was with her...