We made an offer and now have a contract on our first home. We're very excited about the house, the town, and the garden! We settle next month so I should be able to jump right into gardening in the new space this year. The previous owners had a larger section under cultivation and they have three fruit trees they recently planted.
Now I can start to plan for the spring and expand the varieties and amount of each vegetable. I don't have measurements of the space but I know it's much, much, bigger than my current space of (2) 3' by 8' raised beds.
EDIT: My mom asked, "What are we looking at?" The answer is that all the rowed hills of dirt show the area that was in cultivation. At the back are three tiny sticks of the newly planted fruit trees. The large mounts of snow are a snow fort the current kids built, and behind is a field owned by someone else. So most of the photo is the new garden space.