Skywatch Friday, August 28, 2015

Hi, all!  Been on the road for several weeks.  Finally back home.  Think I will share a photo from the trip!  This is a road north of McAlester, OK.  A road we have traveled to visit parents and family at each end of the 400 mile stretch.  A road my husband traveled before we knew each other.  My Texas and his Missouri roots have given us friends at each end, too.

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Since my husband had a time frame to stick to, not a lot of stopping for photos.  Thinking of starting a blog titled as Sights at Sixty-five.  It will include bugs and blur.

Thanks to Skywatch Friday hosts

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Good Fences #75 – August 27, 2015

It has been a while since sharing with this meme.  That is in large part due a month long road trip.  Five of the days were spent in the home state of our host, TexWisGirl.  We did Wisconsin.  We at cheese in all sorts of forms including delicious fried curds in a pub across from the capitol building in Madison.  We sampled all sorts of beer.  I put my feet in Lake Michigan.  We visited Door County.  We even drove by The Green Bay Packer Stadium though we are Dallas Cowboy fans.  We fell in love with this beautiful state.

Here are just a few of the fences and scenes from the wonderful state of Wisconsin…. which my husband would not always stop so I could photograph.  Please, excuse blur and splattered bugs!

IMGP6951Cattle on a hill and a bug splatter!

IMGP6960Beautiful, rolling countryside and farms.

IMGP6971More than just cattle in the farmyards!

IMGP6975And a lovely home in one of the small towns we passed through too quickly.

IMGP7032My sweetie did turn around so I could get this shot!

IMGP7031Small park in Durand, WI, along the Lower Chippewa River.

IMGP6994More beautiful farms and crops along Highway 10.

IMGP7007Many places to purchase cheese.

IMGP7026Behind this fence are cranberry marshes along Highway 80 heading for a night in Mauston, WI.

IMGP7036There are local FFA groups studying cranberry science.  They offer tours of the cranberry marshes.

IMGP7037And that is the end of day one.  We had fresh, squeaky curds as well as locally made jerky and sausage sticks for tomorrows travels!  Next up will be the area around the Wisconsin Dells.

Thanks to host TexWisGirl, akaTheresa,

©  Janice ‘petra domina’ Adcock