Little Road Trips


It’s deer hunting season and not a good time to be hiking in the woods – So –  we take little car rides along the country roads. Last week we came home through Bois D’Arc and found that most of the houses were built of stone. Here’s two examples. Actually this is a church, which is obvious.

And this is a garage, but have you ever seen such beautiful stone work on a garage? The stone mason must have been having fun.

Today we drove down Hwy. Z. More evidence of deer hunting in this “grocery” store.

Do you think they do any business any other time of the year?

And here’s a pastoral scene of a horse and bull enjoying the shade together. Don’t ask about the school bus in the background. I haven’t a clue.

I do love this time of year after the leaves have fallen and one can see through the trees. The whole landscape opens up. But, it’s hard to take pictures on these roads. There’s no shoulder and too many hills and curves to park safely.

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2 Comments on “Little Road Trips”

  1. ashleypaige4 Says:

    I’m an Ozarks girl, myself, and I love going through the tiny towns and finding gems like this! Thanks for sharing your little road trips. That church is amazing!


  2. I love seeing all the hawks hanging out in the tops of the trees and fence rails after the leaves have fallen. I am sure they were there all along, but now we can see them. I notice it most in November


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