Life partners Leslie and Hope lived a busy life near Authority MAGNETIC, working long hours and spending much of their commuting life span stuck in traffic. Leslie had always dreamed of animated in the mountains so the two decided to find property on a sierra and build a encampment there once Leslie retired. After much research, they settled on the Appalachian region in Polar Carolina and spent the next five generations counting the days. Once Leslie retired, they moved to a temporary house while their own encampment was being built, and Leslie began sending kites to family and friends updating them on the development of their dream home and their transit to animated in the Sacred writings Belt surrounded by Senators. The two, unused to Southern speak, bump heads to understand what is being said to them while trying to acclimate to a more leisurely lifestyle. Nicknaming themselves the Two Stooges Development Firm, they are challenged with trying to figure out how to put chair together and put up a mail drop while dealing with vermins that have taken up residence in their attic. On top of which, their new home seems jinxed, with a abstersion motor that won’t stop dancing and an stove that quits in the heart of baking. Real Country is based on the real-life incidents of two Northern gentlewomen trying to blend into the Appalachian way of life and be accepted by its public. The author’s witty panache will bring torrent of laughs via her figures’ receptivities to a totally unfamiliar knowledge and its divergent perspectives relating to most situations of life, including religion, campaignings, and social dynamics. Highly recommended.