Massive all wooden wheel (Summer architecture bridges trees water waterfalls ). Photo by hoecat
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Massive all wooden wheel

Uploaded by: hoecat

Sunday September 8, 2013

Lancaster, OH (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This is the 1st time the wheel has run since 1897. It was built here by craftsmen from VA. The old wheel was replaced by a water turbine in 1897. First time I've ever seen a working gristmill !!!

Manufacturer: CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD.

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hoecat

Hi, I'm Kim. My son and I love to run outside and photograph storms as soon as we hear thunder or see the radar on WU!! I get a lot of video of lightning, my digital camera is to slow to capture it. I suppose I'll need a DSLR, hint hint hubby lol. I have been a fan of WU since 2001.

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