I walked down to the creek to see if the daffodils at the old house were blooming yet, and they are.
I also took advantage of the blackberries not having woken up yet (nor the snakes, I hoped) to walk back into the tangle and look at the stone structure that is probably a root cellar.
This is what's left of the house foundation.
There aren't any shelves or shelf ledges in there, but that doesn't prove anything. I'm wondering if it could have been a spring house, because the floor was muddy when all the ground elsewhere is dry and hard, but if so there isn't an outlet.
Here's the back view from the "road."
Looking in the door.
Then I went on down to the creek and found daffodils down there, too, which I didn't remember.
On the way back I put the camera away and picked a lot. Spring really got here. I'm encouraging it to hurry north.