Fences and Daylilies
At our local Historical Society I learned that a grant of 1500 acres was given to a Captain McCune for "services during the Revolutionary War." This tract was divided, and divided several times.
This is a view from the Wyndum Hill Farm as it is now called, across the valley. The oof farm belongs to Amos---the hills in the far background are know as the SOUTH MOUNTAINS. Beyond them-- some orchards and then Gettysburg.
Daylilies are blooming everywhere these days! Shown as seen from the corner of the barn.
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