We planted a windrow maybe 8 or 9 years ago. They started out as little tiny saplings. Some of the Walnuts and Red Oaks must be 15' high. The Sugar Maples taking a bit more time.
two of the old white pines that haven't fallen down in recent years
This tiny building has been neglected for many years. We'll be restoring it this fall. Since our
barn is no longer Red. We'll honor the Cream House by going barn red with bright white trim.
House #2 on the farm, was originally the summer kitchen for the big house
One of the renter's kitties
Had an aborist examine the state of the trees. Many of the Pines are well over 120 yrs old.
Sadly this is what remains of Grandma's strawberry patch