"I hoped to live here the rest of my life. And once that was settled I began to see the place with a new clarity and a new understanding and a new seriousness. . . . I began to see the real abundance and richness of it. It is, I saw, inexhaustible in its history, in the details of its life, in its possibilities." Wendell Berry, in "A Native Hill", "The Art of the Commonplace"
The Clem Clark Boathouse at the Grist Mill Property: Photo by Elyse King