One of seven(?) outbuildings.
Some of our junk we have no room for, sits behind a shed. Our sign shop rents this out, but I kind of like the way it says "hey, check out this garden shed, everybody!" Not that this is visible from anywhere but the side yard.
You'd think they'd have room for our crap in here! ha!!
Mom had horses when she was younger.
Small garage. Hubster and I were married on that spot, lower right. :o)
On our photo-drive Friday, TLC and I ended up at my in-laws' home in Milton. It's the childhood home of my mother-in-law, and she and dad are fortunate to have been able to keep and maintain it. The sad thing is, like many farms, it was once on the edge of town, but now it's dead center. When I met my husband 19-20 years ago now, it was already on a well-used road in town between the high school and the library, but there were still fields along the side and woods behind it. Now it's all suburbs. I'm not sure how many acres they have remaining. You can see in the first two shots, they kept enough foliage to have some privacy. Still, this whole progress thing is kind of sad.
I love that beautiful willow. Mom said it wasn't there when she was a child.
I guess time has some good factors too.
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