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chickie-We have seen this windmill every year, but never stopped to check it out until not. Glad you liked it!
Thanks Patti-always good to have you visit, chookies (wish I could look that good after that many years!), Jacques (are you all better?), morris (it's all about fun, izsn't it?), snooker (thanks for everything!), Shirley and Celeste (so glad you enjoyed it) and Ank, who lives in the home of windmills!
Thank you ebkrueg for that information. I know there are a number of windmills on the cape. I did a search for the Judah Baker windmill, and will add it to my list to check out next year! What a wonderful history that your family owned the windmill!
There are other old windmills on the cape. My family owned the Judah Baker windmill from the 1890s 'til 1952.
Beautiful. So different as our Windmills and still so much the same.
Thats pretty cool. Windmills, are so fascinating
Love this windmill, Thanks pumpkin.
Yes, it was a great set, punkin. Thanks.
Very fun set today, Pumpkin!
It still looks in good nick!
Love it! Thanks, Suzy!
I certainly didn't expect to see a windmill on Cape Cod. Very interesting history punkie.
Eastham Windmill (Cape Cod) was built in 1688 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. In the 1780?s, the windmill was ferried on a log raft across Massachusetts Bay to Truro. The windmill moved to Eastham by ox-cart in 1793. It is the oldest windmill on Cape Cod.