The cottonwood tree on the far right is the giant Grandmother Cottonwood that overarches the ditch. The photo includes only a small portion of that tree! THe trees to the back are mostly elms. Which we learned last night that goats will eat. Which may be a good thing, given the number of small scrubby elms on the back acreage.
The old barn, which i’ve been calling the Resource Barn, because it’s less a structure than a pile of construction-related resources.
Isn’t that just the quintessential old farm photo? ;-D a fair bit of the lumber is reusable, as long as we’re careful taking it apart. There are some usable project/work tables inside, too.
These are the only photos that came out from my camera. I’m waiting for the photos that
and from Ezra, some foliage from the back acreage:
This is the Grandmother Cottonwood and some of the elms that surround her.