I came back a couple days later, properly dressed in long pants and covered in bug spray. I do not like the idea of walking through overgrown bushes and thistles in shorts. Also there could be ticks and crawly things. I remember it being hot and muggy that day. The only sounds were the insects and the birds and the occasional vehicle heading by on the gravel, oblivious to me poking around. Probably better that way.
There was the usual homestead finds. A house, barn, granary, shed, outhouse and a bunch of unidentified metal machinery hidden in the undergrowth. All surrounded by a trees, except beside the barn which opened up to a farmers field.
I didn't get any history on the place, the owner was friendly enough but not chatty so I did not want to push my luck.
|Inside the barn|
|Granary and shed|
|Back of the house|
|It used to be red....or pink.|
Photos taken June 18, 2018.