The thrill of being wrong: Learning something — Suzassippi’s Lottabusha County Chronicles

When we moved into this house in January 2004, this tree was a short little fellow. The photograph below is November 2003, when we began looking at the house as it was under renovation. You can make out this tree as the tiny little stick with no leaves, just to the right of the window, barely visible through the magnolia leaves. (Note: not to be confused with the taller stick at the bottom of the picture, where as he was wont to do with everything, Will left his shovel sticking in the ground.)

The thrill of being wrong: Learning something

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