On a late-afternoon walk exploration in the neighborhood of friends, a place unfamiliar to us in any detail, we discovered a lovely county park, sheltering historic Trimborn Farm.
As we wandered among the outbuildings clustered around the house, they all seemed to be related to farming until I spotted this one long stone structure that seemed quite industrial. Of course, we’d wandered onto the property through a side field, completely bypassing the hysterical marker, so we had no cues from the written word.
The Guru, determined to utilize all powers bestowed by the iPhone, quickly googled and discovered we were looking at the remains of a lime operation.
Diversification in farm country, I thought….