In the midst of rapidly changing directives surrounding the cononavirus response, more people are taking walks around the roads less traveled — or even the roads well traveled. Avoiding frost heaves and the occasional pothole, there are bound to be views one doesn’t see or note while driving or biking. Here are a few from a recent stroll.
Completely invisible through the summer months, this old rock chimney stands like a sentinel over granite foundations indicating where its house was once positioned. In all likelihood, the house fell victim to a fire, since there is not a stick of wood anywhere, but if any of our readers know the history of this homestead, we’d love to hear from you.
Readers — Do you know where this is? [Answer is at the bottom].
This old homestead is at Bailey and Little Wilson Hill roads in Auburn.
(Linda Galway photos)