Critters and cabins. Plain living with a heart for God. Not self-sufficient, but God-sufficient.
AMEN~! I shop at our small-town/farm stores as often as possible & have blogged about my favorite farm stores.LOVE those dogs! lolBlessings from a small town in Ohio...Kim<><
They and the schools are the backbones of our little towns. It is so hard for them to stay open - always good to see another one that is still making it.
I would move to a small town in a second .... just need to convince my hubby . Maybe our kids & dogs will convince them one of these days... it is important to have dreams , right? :)
I just need to add, that your pictures draw me in , makes me long to move to Michigan.... to have a 10 acre or so little spread .... room for the kids, dogs, a goat or two... :) Thank you for your words and pictures!
Ours has a bench out front that the "senior" gentlemen sit on, greet you, and swap stories. The sign painted on the bench? Liar's Bench. Cracks me up every time.
I, too, love to hear these small town stories. We have to hold on folks...and not let the ways of the past slip away.
Zasra ~ thank you for the kind words. Northern Michigan is indeed beautiful, but there is beauty everywhere, in the smallest of settings. Good luck on your quest for a life one step closer to nature. :) (P.S. There is a lot of acreage for sale up here...:)
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