Midwestern US Real Estate Guide
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Bucolic Farm in Midwestern United States
The Midwest region, sometimes known as the "breadbasket of America," is blessed with plentiful fresh water supplies. While embracing vast areas of fertile farmland, the region is also an industrial powerhouse, home of the American auto industry and important mineral resources. Except for ridges near the Great Lakes and the Ozark hills of southern Missouri, much of the land is flat or gently sloping. Midwest winters are snowy and icy, springs are short and verdant, summers are hot and humid except around the northern Great Lakes, and autumns are gorgeous medleys of color from hickory, maple, oak, and sassafras leaves.
Sports and recreational activities are avidly pursued in the Midwest, and a number of professional baseball, basketball, and football sports teams are located here. Midwestern residents enjoy outdoor activities such as camping, boating, hunting, and fishing, as well as snowmobiling and Nordic skiing, in the woodlands, lakes, and streams of this region.
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