Blazing New Trails on a Rural Property


Tree-lined trails bring beauty and maintenance. Photo from Pexels

Take a walk down the trail of any two homesteads and you will likely come away with two entirely different experiences. It should come as no surprise that most homestead trails reflect the owner's different tastes and the ways in which they typically use their homestead.

Homestead trails needn't suffer their appearance in exchange for utility, nor do they have to affect any extremes in design to make them both useful and functional.

Trails can offer homestead owners a golden opportunity to improve the utility of their trails, while increasing the homestead's overall beauty and value.

I should mention that the word trail is used broadly. It includes most roads, paths or passageways typically found on a homestead.

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