The sign says closed. But I know the owner, so come right in.
We got to cross over the covered walkway.
The sides are so pretty with wonderful window boxes.
We are looking for an old buggy wheel just like this for our landscape.
No truly we just want to sell our house!
Or perhaps a birdhouse like the one up high.
We have to get past the old barn.
The Old Stone House
The large stone house which stands in my community, was built in 1802-03. It is called the Clark house for the early settler James Clark who came here in 1797 and bought the land the house was built on.
The house is the original two-story construction of dressed limestone and is believed to be likely the oldest standing stone house in southwest Ohio and maybe even the state of Ohio.
They say the Eastlake-style porch addition on the east side, probably was built in the late 1800s.
I believe this to be the old root cellar.Today it serves as a plant farm where Lee has gotten many of her perennials.
We need some of these high grasses for privacy since a neighbor house went into foreclosure and they took down a privacy hedge.
We love the rustic old farm equipment.
These pieces have been here over the years with the house.
Well the sign says Check Out. Guess it is that time.
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine
Sweet William The Scot