Farm Picture Friday #26

Farm Picture Friday #26

Welcome to Rural America!  Small towns with local elevators/feed stores and a main street.  Where everyone waves when they meet you on the road, (or sees you standing on the side of the road with a camera in your hand).  Places were everyone knows everyone and is willing to lend a hand.

A place where agriculture and farms are the norm.  Kids grow up driving pickups, four-wheelers and tractors.  School sport events are a place to socialize and catch up.  The local FFA chapter sells fruit in the fall and the 4-H club is out helping neighbors and picking up trash.

Where the black top roads are labeled with letters and stop signs have holes in them (bullet holes that is).  Deer season is a time for community breakfasts and tall tales.  Combines are seen in the fields and traveling on the black top roads.

In Rural America it takes a few hours just to visit 10 houses while Trick or Treating and you have more candy then you can eat in a year.  The neighbors may be as close as half a mile or as far at five, but they are still your neighbor.  When the steer gets out next door, you either put it back in, or place it in your corral until they can come and get it.

And here in Rural America you seen sites like this Farm Picture Friday.  A place to call home.

What does your Rural America look like?  Post pictures on the COUNTRY LINKed FaceBook page and I will share with all our friends.

Blessings to you and those who call Rural America home,

Laurie – Country Link

*Be sure and check out the new blog HOUSEWIVES OF RURAL AMERICA.  Even if you don’t call or consider yourself a Housewife, they are posting great stories that all women can relate too and have great discussions on their FaceBook page.

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12 comments on “Farm Picture Friday #26

  1. Deb says:

    Nice post and picture!

  2. Brandi says:

    Beautiful! And lovely post! 🙂

  3. Emily Grace says:

    Gorgeous fall photo! So crisp and colorful.

  4. cdmiller07 says:

    Very good post and very good picture. I kept looking at the picture and thinking, “man, I have seen that before.” But, being from small town in Northwest Missouri, that looks a lot like a lot of little towns I have been in and through. Then reading your post just kept making me feel more and more familiar with the image because the FFA selling fruit, 4H doing roadside trash pickups, community breakfast at the Lions hall, ect. are all things I grew up with. So I looked at your about page/read the sign in the picture, and I have seen the image before! Haha. I didn’t know you were from there. I am from Savannah and have been through there a time or two. My good friend from high school just had her wedding reception there a few months ago. Lovely post about rural life. Thanks for the good read!

    • Thanks for stopping by! You are right, lots of little towns in northern Missouri look just like this. Can’t believe you have been to my neck of the state. Many go by on 36 hwy, but not many stop. 🙂

      • cdmiller07 says:

        Haha. Yup! I think I did some FFA stuff out that way in high school as well. I’m originally from out that way and am through with some frequency.

  5. Jim says:

    Nice picture. Love the fall colors and Deer season.

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