The first ten miles of my drive every day is a flat state highway through farmland. However,the last four miles I turn onto a township blacktop. This 4 miles is the best part of my daily commute.
It's fun to watch the change in seasons along this road. I always look forward to wildflowers in the summer and leaves changing in autumn.
Right now, it's a little drab but the creek area is still beautiful with the ice and snow hanging along the banks.
Spring must be on it's way. The geese are back! They certainly can't be wrong, can they?
Soon the trees will start to bud and all will be green again.
Of course, a country road isn't complete without varmints.
The one and only deer I ever hit was on this road at the same spot this picture was taken. There must have been a couple dozen of the darn things out there the other night. I prefer not to hunt with my car but the deer and wild turkey sometimes make it easier than I'd like.
Are there wildlife induced accident where you live? What varmints are cars attracted to in your neck of the woods?