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I'm so glad you enjoyed this old waterwheel mill, punkin, rob, Celeste, Ank and jim - I appreciate you all stopping by with your comments - it's always lovely to see you:)
Thank you for that information, SMor2Ditto - it amazes me how there's always someone out there who knows the name or the history of a jig that's been posted, and thanks to you, I've changed the heading now!
It looks like such a peaceful place until you remember they were built for the manual labor of grinding grain.
Wow chook, love it, this is real beautiful, thanks.
Blautopf in Blaubeuren in Southern Germany... Gorgeous blue water from a subterranean cave... Beautiful reflection... Must be wonderful to see this one in person.... Love these water wheeled mills... Thanks so much, chookies...:) :)
Wow thats pretty cool! The water looks like glass
Very nice chookie - loved all todays set! Thanks.
A nice view of the entire operation -and a nice reflection of the mill in the mill pond.
Thanks for stopping by Gladstone, Patricia, anitas, TexasRed and chickie - I'm glad you found this jig interesting:)
Beautifulm Mill and fun puzzle. Thanks for posting!
Beautiful building and photo.
If this were a restaurant, I certainly would like to have a meal there with its lovely surroundings.
Nice puzzle to see and do. Thank you Chookies.
It very well could be a restaurant these days as it's been well restored - thanks for your interest fodus, tex and shirley - good to see you:)
Love it, chookies, Thanks.
I never get tired of these. They're fascinating. Thanks, Chooks.
This one looks well kept!
I'm glad you enjoyed this post, aggie, Pat and Nanax - always good to see you:)
Enjoyed your posts today as always, thanks chookies.
Beautiful ...just beautiful.. thanks Chookies
So pretty, Chookies! Great puzzle, too! Thanks!