The red-roofed barn is in the neighbors cornfield. Our place is the grey-roofed house. Our 2 acres are basically bounded by the main road and the dirt roads. And of course you see the long driveway (good thing we don't have snow here.) You can see a concrete pad in the backyard where there used to be a garage-before our time. I hope to erect a pavillion with ceiling fans (to keep the gnats and heat away) over it some day. The two small black retangles off the driveway are our two vans (one now deceased.) Our bigger garden is just to the right of the vans. It is a bit bigger now, and there is another one (not visible) is in the backyard on the opposite side. The row of trees on the top (northeast) bordering the property are cedar trees. There is another row on the bottom in the front. The muscadean vines are the green things behind the old garage pad. On the South side of our property is a pine tree farm owned by a local veneer company. The land across the street is owned by a neighbor up the road. And the fields to the North and West of the property are owned by our next door neighbor who brings us good food during the growing season.
So there it is folks. Modest, but just the right size for us.