This is the tool house. It contains a few tools and some junk furniture.

The boat house has upper sleeping platforms in the high top. And there is a sink. It has three windows on each of three sides, providing enough light for an artist. The first owner of the house was an art teacher for Lynchburg City schools. We bought it from her.

All that remains of a boat is the white life preserver hanging from the roof, the sail masts seen leaning below the windows, and a couple of rowing oars. Near the right rear you see a water pipe on the wall for an outside shower. The back extension houses a well. The tool shed is visible behind the trees at far right.

Margaret and I painted the inside of the boat house orange and white. The view is into the well room. I keep my secret supply of alcohol on the shelf. See the bottle of Nags Head rum above the water tank.