“Snake Eyes Lane,” at the end of the lane, a free stream, clear and pure, beavers making dams and a child can throw a pebble to play.
At the top of the hill on U.S. 522, southern end of Morgan County, a view of God’s creation, farm fields with hay, some animals, wildlife, gardening to have food, few homes and one farm with a red barn and a view of ridges and mountains to take walks in, with wildflowers, hickory nuts falling and trees of many
Do you want more homes and traffic? Pavement, not green fields, more electric poles and lines and, yes, more people in the county with all the homes to be built, using more water, roads and requiring protection by policemen, firemen, rescue services.
I’ve lived here for 73 years and love this end of the county and I know how people stop by so often to take pictures and how they enjoy the beauty of space and farmland.
We have had our good water taken from us when the development drilled a well. Now, we have chemicals in our water!
We appreciate The Morgan Messenger and its editor for keeping us informed about what’s going on in Morgan County.
A.C. and Shirley Bohrer