Who says Mom doesn't still ride?
Foundation granite from the barn way down the field.
More of the same
The old well. "You boys stay away from that well, there's snakes in there." "There is?! Whoo hoo!"
The second stone wall from the old wood road
Mom at her "pouting tree" which later became my hunting stand. There's still a couple of pieces of wood in it
The dump trees that Tim and I climbed a gazillion times
I believe this is one of the rain water barrels from the house
Too bad the bottom was broken out of it
The old flashlight that stood on the shelf near the kitchen wood stove
Needs new batteries
One of Grammy's pots
The only thing missing is the black and white "George H. Foster"
other side of the mailbox as I found it.
The remains of the living room stove
A couple of Grammys bots... sad to see them out here.
An old school Pepsi Bottle. Anyone wanna buy it?
This chair sat in the Kitchen by the gas stove
Window sash weights... a ton of em
My Grandfathers old chair. :-(
Kitchen chair in the distance amid the wreckage.
My mother and I saw this at the same time. The globe shade from the living room light. too bad it was broken. Beautiful
second stone wall. note the wire fence insulator... (I have one now)
This is the barn door from the cattle tie-up.. I have no idea why they dragged it down here and left it...
The old car, almost gone now.... and old Essex?
Same car, worse condition than the last time I saw it. (about 40 years ago)
The old tractor rake, last time I saw it, it was in the basement of the barn... now it's lying out here rusting way.
The first stone wall from the wood road
Mom crossing the stone wall, look how much the cleared of the lower field!
Wagon wheels are still here... amazing that wooden wheels can last this long.
The last Apple tree
The last of my Grandfathers fruit trees.