Rural roads are not city streets. They are often narrower or may vary in width. You may have less room to maneuver or a loose gravel and grass berms to contend with. Don't forget about sharp dips or unexpected turns.
Normal speeds for horse drawn buggies range from 5 to 8 mph. When pulling large farm equipment or loads they may be slower.
Drivers of these vehicles may have low or blocked visibility. Always anticipate left hand turns.
Watch "closure time," the time you have to recognize and respond when coming to a vehicle. Also remember a buggy may back ...
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Look closely at the picture—there’s more than just some pretty river bottom stones to see. Barely visible to any passerby, the Killdeer nest in the center of the photo contains four precious eggs.
Killdeer chicks are one of the few fowl that literally leave the egg within minutes and are off and running. Looking like little cotton balls on tiny sticks, hey scurry after their ever-vigilant parents, following them to safety. Should a predator, including some curious human, get too close to the nest or the chicks, at least one of the adult birds will call loudly and ...
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Americans will be celebrating Independence Day all over the nation around the July Fourth holiday, but locals won’t have to travel far for the spectacle of gigantic fireworks displays and plenty of fun activities for the whole family.
Thunder Over Holmes County will provide patriotic flair on the courthouse lawn in Historic Downtown Millersburg when it rolls into town July 5. This old-fashioned, family-friendly celebration has a real flair for yesteryear in the sense that it is very community oriented. It will include games, contests and live entertainment, and no Independence Day celebration would be complete without food and fireworks.
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