|View from the road. This is a small field that fronts onto the road.|
|Wider-angle view from the road.|
|A small laneway has been built to go up
the hillside diagonally from the front field. With trimming I fully
expect a car can drive this.
This view is looking up the laneway. Gentle incline.
|Looking back down the laneway from the top.|
|Once you're up the laneway, you pop out
onto a pair of fields.
The view is looking east.
This is the north field. There's another one to the right - the south field. Neither are farmed.
The property stretches not quite to the treeline in the distance.
|A pond was dug by Jim, to obtain gravel. It looks swimable.|
|This is in the righthand, or, south,
That is Dennis's place.
But at the far end of the north field, where you come out of the laneway atop the hill, it is just barely visible and is not close by at all.
|Another view of the pond, from the south field.|
|There has been some logging on the
property. This is the remnants of it. Some wood debris (good firewood),
and a couple sawdust piles and an old drum.
There's very little debris on the property. Almost none.
|Laneway into the wetlands from the bottom
of the fields, past the pond.
It appears to be driveable in dry seasons.
Wetland swamp appears to be quite healthy. Minimum of debris from the laneway construction. There's some, but tolerable. It's not ugly messy.
|At the very back (east) of the property. A
couple of nice cedar meadows. Nice feeling here.
The treeline in the distance is where the laneway comes up over the hill from the road.
Yes it's big!
|Ditto. Looking south almost at the rear of the property.|
|Ummm... I guess I like this area!
This is looking east towards the eastern boundary (the rear of the property).
|The lowland swamp wetland in the middle. A nice Black Ash wetland. With some cedar areas.|
|Polypody ferns in the black ash wetland.|
|The Black Ash wetland
|A view looking back up the fields. Dennis's house is visible.|
|There is a nice hardwood forest along the road.|