Lenny Tyrell, Christina Mantz and George Burke
toast the perfect Autumn late afternoon.
As always, Rusty stays near George.
A peacock can not resist eavesdropping on the human conversation.
George shows off a display of photos of The House to give future visitors an idea of the work that has been done, and continues to this day.
Lenny designed and custom-built the easel.
The Seguine family mansion in Rossville in its glory around 1829.
The Joseph H. Seguine House was just the family "farmhouse."
The Seguine family mansion around 1935. It was demolished shortly after, but, thanks to fate and George Burke, the farmhouse endures.
The Stables are a big part of The Seguine as a working estate.
There are always riders practicing with their mounts.
Even the most poetic features play a working role.
A pergola provides storage for the long ladders required for maintenance.