Bogy and Hass each own adjoining pieces of farmland. A portion of Bogyâ€™s property has long been accessed by a road that passes through Hassâ€™s property. Herbert Bogy, his sons, and farming tenants have used that access since 1972. They made improvements to the road by installing a steel pipe. They never received permission to use the property. In 2008, Hass bought the adjoining property where the road lies, and in October 2011, he blocked Bogyâ€™s access to the road. Bogy filed a complaint, and after a bench trial, the circuit court entered an order granting him a prescriptive easement. Hass appealed and argued that the court erred by ruling that Bogyâ€™s use of the road had been adverse, thereby entitling him to an easement. Do you think Bogy is entitled to a prescriptive easement? Why or why not?