Johnson Creek, WI
"Crossroads with a future"
People a genuine and courteous still. They say thank you.
Stories About Johnson Creek
I slid off a rural road on a very snowy weekend day. Two snowmobile people stopped and asked if I was okay and needed help. I had already been out there for half-an-hour trying to call for a tow truck. They offered to stay until it was safe.
There are a lot of people who help elderly people with carrying groceries to cars — I being one of them. Men still hold open doors to retail places for women. People actually say “hi” to each other when they are walking dogs or jogging down a neighborhood street and pass each other. Neighbors wave to across-the-street neighbors when seen. There are still actual people at the stop signs acting as crossing guards for the elementary school in town.