Iron Oval

Found Object: Iron Oval

According to what I’ve read our land is too high up in the mountains for Native American settlements so we never find arrow heads. Our rock is igneous so we never find fossils. What we do find are shards of ceramics and metal from the settlers who bought this bony mountain land over 200 years ago – sight unseen. Homesteads were mapped out on a grid by the surveyors such that some ended up down in the marsh and others on the peak of the mountain. Both were fails although people did try as evidenced by the foundations.
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Found Object: Rubber Ball

Rubber Ball in Hay Bale

We find a variety of interesting objects in our hay bales. This year’s special is a rubber ball. It’s pretty chewed up, probably from the haying machine.

Other year’s we’ve found iron rods, knives, hose clamps, tent posts and all sorts of interesting things. See the Found objects for more…

Outdoors: 31°F/19°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 64°F/59°F

Daily Spark: When I went off the deep end I spread my wings and flew…