The farm is called Hillcrest. They don't have any livestock (so far!) other than the chickies so they stenciled a chicken next to the horse on the garage.
This is what remains of the old milk house. The round thing on the left is a well. Water would be pumped up from the well and circulated through the trough on the right to keep the cans of milk cool. The well has a wooden lid. My son lifted the lid for us to look down inside. One of the kittens had climbed up in the tree behind it, un-noticed by any of us, and suddenly decided to try to jump down on to the rim of the well!! Luckily, my son has fast reflexes and swooped him out on to the grass as he was going down. Wowza, we all shrieked! No kitties were harmed in this incident.
Farmer Andy playing with his favorite toy. That bucket on the front of the tractor sure came in handy when we were switching out the cook stove for the heating stove! I have tractor envy.
On our last morning I finally spotted a flash of red and saw a Cardinal. It is a crummy picture, shooting straight up in a tree with my phone so you'll have to just trust me on this one.