Scenes from a recent autumn stroll around George Washington’s Ferry Farm. This semester’s Fleming-Smith Scholar Courtney Kuzemchak, a student at the University of Mary Washington, captured these seasonal images. You can see photos of Ferry Farm in winter here and a video from summer here.
The visitor center at Ferry Farm built in the 1960s.
Sunshine and shade.
The Great Oak Pavilion was built in 2005 by the Timber Framers Guild and Virginia Military Institute.
The so-called “Surveyor’s Shed,” long-held by local legend to be George’s surveying office, actually dates from the late 1800s.
A flag marking one stop on the self-guided iPad tour of the Ferry Farm grounds.
Mushrooms and pine needles.
Visitors tour Ferry Farm.
A distant view of the “Surveyor’s Shed.”
Historical marker at Ferry Farm’s entrance.