• Even the Ferry Farm pamphlet perpetuates the cherry tree legend with its front page graphic and blurb.Even the Ferry Farm pamphlet perpetuates the cherry tree legend with its front page graphic and blurb.6/4/2011
  • Yes, it`s a cherry tree in the garden at Ferry Farm! No chopping allowed.Yes, it`s a cherry tree in the garden at Ferry Farm! No chopping allowed.6/4/2011
  • View of the Rappahannock from the Fredericksburg side. Looking across to Ferry Farm, where George grew up and where he threw a stone across the river from.View of the Rappahannock from the Fredericksburg side. Looking across to Ferry Farm, where George grew up and where he threw a stone across the river from.6/4/2011
  • The Rappahannock is about 250 feet wide. George threw a rock across it. Can you?The Rappahannock is about 250 feet wide. George threw a rock across it. Can you?6/4/2011
  • The pamphlet entry for #9 on the self-guiding tour talks about the stone legend.The pamphlet entry for #9 on the self-guiding tour talks about the stone legend.6/4/2011
  • Post in lower left corner identifies this spot as Stop #9-The Rappahannock River on the Ferry Farm self-guiding tour. This is where George threw a rock across the river.Post in lower left corner identifies this spot as Stop #9-The Rappahannock River on the Ferry Farm self-guiding tour. This is where George threw a rock across the river.6/4/2011
  • Did George Washington throw a rock across this river?Did George Washington throw a rock across this river?6/4/2011
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