The Waterwheel Finds a Home


| 2/11/2010 12:03:52 PM


On Friday April 11, 2008, the waterwheel made it’s final journey to it’s resting place. A place where over 100 years ago another water wheel stood. We hope this one will be here for many years to come.

My husband and I loaded the waterwheel, and it began the long track from the shop where he built the wheel to the creek.

Waterwheel in shed

It is about a 3/4 mile trip.

waterwheel on tractor



We made it across the rock bridge.

sashka
7/10/2014 7:00:51 AM

My brother tried once to help install http://www.mataverdedecking.com/default.aspx but he was doing everything wrong and decided to let the specialists do their work. Building such a water wheel and mill pond takes a lot of time and efforts, was there someone that knew how to build it or you did this on your own?


Pam_6
2/13/2010 2:16:26 PM

Thank-you Cindy, The Yates Cider Mill sounds wonderful. I love the smell of apple cider too! Thank-you MountainWoman. I am so happy to be part of the Grit Blogs. I can't wait to show and tell more from our Georgia farm. Pam


Mountain Woman
2/12/2010 12:21:51 PM

Welcome to Grit, Pam. I'm so excited to see you here!!! And love the picture of you too. I know everyone is going to love hearing from a tried and true farm woman and her farm man. Just so happy to have you here.






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