Robert took this with his phone camera … this is the long view of his closeup he took – colors are stunning! The well was drilled 90 feet deep back in 1902 for the milk house when AR Potts built the dairy barn. The water flows constantly at 45 degrees so it kept the milk safe and many people bought milk daily from this farm. What you see in this photo is the result of the Potts bringing a pipe from the milk house behind the barn to a stock tank. Robert regularly takes it to the UW Stevens Point water lab for testing and it always comes back with an affirmation that it’s good to drink and has lots of iron! The building on the right is the old sheep barn built around 1870.