The irrigation ditch from the canal is on the left; the lane where farm equipment was moved to the fields is by the ditch. The Jackson Fork (for lifting hay from wagons and stacking it on the haystacks) is faintly visible, along with the hay stack; it looks like a straw pile in the middle of the photo since whatever is there is piled over the pole fence, which would never be allowed if it was hay. The building in the distance on the right is the tractor shed. Grandpa's farmstead was like a small kingdom; he built a building or a structure for everything. Note the fenceposts: there were no store-bought fence posts on the Wasden farm. This photo is probably the best of the surviving photos of the Wasden farmstead; I took it with a box brownie camera probably in 1948. We treasured this farmstead and all of the places to explore and hide.