We've been working diligently on building up the Camp Garden, you know - the garden that will occupy the old camp site? No one ever said I was imaginative in my naming conventions.
The old camp was actually more of a cabin. It had a stone foundation, lots of metal and glass, and the former occupant apparently suffered from a severe cough if all the old patent medicine bottles are anything to go by. We've slowly exposed whatever stone foundation walls still existed and then began rebuilding the rest of them. The goal was a raised garden plot and Chris has done a great job making that a reality. I've mainly cheered him on and made planting plans.
|Part old and part new wall - greenhouse hole in foreground|
|Rebuilt this corner - twice|
|Looking north toward the chicken coop|
|Looking at the east side. Stone stairs middle-left.|