This young pear tree is a volunteer seedling that is growing in our field. It has a couple of root suckers, so I will grow those out to see what the fruit is like. The main stem will probably be rootstock for grafting old mystery trees onto.
This Tom. Tom is the newest member of our family. He kills mice for a living. We are quite grateful for his contribution.
What can I say? This stereo is really nice. I like it. A lot.
Center Schoolhouse (1795), Alna Center, Me.
Came across this marker today on a walk with the girls. Town line of Palermo and Liberty near Hostile Valley Road.
Indian pipes on wooded island in Branch Pond, Palermo.
Rose pogonia on a bog island in Branch Pond, Palermo. A rare beauty!
Water lily on Branch Pond, Palermo.
No Maine farmhouse is complete without copious amounts of the common daylily.
Alna Center Meetinghouse (1789) with N. C. Wyeth clouds.
Captain Zane Wallace, f/v Menhaden Maiden, fixing the pogy net.