Maplegoose Castle

MapleGoose Castle, the stronghold of something. It is chiefly notable because it is crenelated, unlike most of the other stuff we’ve done. It also has some little buildings inside along the wall, but you can’t see them. We also created a ridiculous amount of meaning in the flag – see, it’s a down feather from a Canada Goose, stuck in a maple leaf (Get it? Canada?) and the Striped Maple tree (a leaf of which we stole) is also known as a Goose Foot Maple. Um, and we’ll stop talking now, after we tell you it’s a couple feet square and we built it at some pond near Rumney, NH, but I can’t remember the town it’s actually in.