You might have a house or a big yard, but where to live depends on the season.
A great place to go in the summer months is a well-groomed plot of land on the edge of a wilderness.
In winter, it can be a swampy, rocky area surrounded by a dense canopy of trees.
Or it can have lush green hills with grassy meadows and ponds.
There’s a reason the word “wilderness” was coined in the early 1800s.
The name comes from the English word “wander” which meant to wander.
When the term was coined, it meant to explore and explore and then discover a new place.
But as we travel through the world, we’ve discovered many more places to explore, whether it’s a country estate or an abandoned farmhouse.
Here are 10 places you should look out for.