• Footpath

    Channing Blake Meadow Walk. I thought I was in England. The path goes past a farm, through a meadow, along the Deerfield Academy playing fields, to the old burial ground.

  • Wallow

    A mud bath is just the thing on a hot, sunny day.

  • Lunch

    A bit of a nosh after the wallow.


  • Opportunistic Ducks

    Eating what spills out of the pig trough.

  • 1704 Monument

    The grave of 48 men, women and children, victims of the French and Indian raid on Deerfield, February 29, 1704.

  • The Dead of 1704

    The burial mound of 48 men, women and children, victims of the French and Indian raid on Deerfield, February 29, 1704.


  • Twice Captivated

    Here lyes buried the body of Lieut Mehuman Hinsdell, decd May the 9th 1736 in the 63rd year of his age, who was the first male child born in this place and was twice captivated by the Indian salvages. [I believe they meant "captured by savages."]

  • Pamela

    Pamela daughter of Mr. Thomas Wells & Mrs Thankfull Dickinson who died July 21st 1778 in the 3rd (?) year of her age.

  • Amiable Daughter

    Here lyes buried the body of Miss Abigail Hinsdell, amiable daur. of the Revd. Mr. Ebenezer Hinsdell & Mrs. Abigail Hinsdell, born Nov. 14th 1735, decd Aug 10th 1739, age 4.


  • Argyle Reflection - Post Office Window

    Historic Deerfield. This is a window of the post office, reflecting the red clapboards of the museum store next door.

  • Doorbell

    Historic Deerfield.

  • Printing Office

    Historic Deerfield.


  • Looking Through

    White Church Community Center, Historic Deerfield.

  • Old Deerfield

    Settled, attacked, abandoned, resettled, attacked. You'd think they would have learned.

  • Giant Corn Man

    I have no comment.


  • Williams Farm Barn

    Along "The Street," Historic Deerfield.

  • Williams Farm Sweet Corn

    Along "The Street," Historic Deerfield.

  • Wonky Fence

    Along "The Street," Historic Deerfield.


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