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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Budo675, Sep 20, 2008.
east of Swift Current Saskatchewan,
2016 visiting the Netherlands
Buckman's near Santa Fe.
Dow Pump , long gone campground.
Two different kinds of wind mills, eastern New Mexico:
You said wind mills didn't you? During my trip through Norway this year, I stopped to see friends in the Netherlands.
More wind mills from a previous year
A modern energy source + an old school energy source, all in one picture.
The nucleair powerplant and windmill are located at Doel (in Belgium).
Here the story on this (ghost)town https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doel_(plaats)
Here’s the mill called “Nieuw leven”.
It is situated in Hensbroek, the Netherlands.
Location on Maps: (52.6477626, 4.8947341)
The dutch information sign nearby:
It is originaly from 1608 (not 1605).
It is not in service anymore since 1980.
For more information you can check Wikipedia https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nieuw_Leven_(Wogmeer)
This miniature mill can be found at the golfcourse in Alkmaar, the Netherlands.
A beautiful sight don’t you think?
It’s in Alkmaar, the Netherlands.
I live right on the Mississippi river near Lock and Dam #7. Here'e a couple of pictures of a barge load of blades locking through.
A whole different perspective to this topic ... but surely an interesting one!
The Windmill Farm in Tolar,TX
This mill is called “de Kaai” and can be found in Sloten (Fryslan), the Netherlands.
Build in 1755.
A whole lot has happened to it eversince.
You can read all about it at http://www.molendekaai.nl/historie.html
Did you avoid the storm?
I did! Not just that time either, three or 4 times on the TAT the route was heading seemingly right into a serious storm. For miles and miles I'd be riding right toward a storm only to have the route veer off at the last minute and go around it. That phenomena was the weirdest part of the 8000 mile trip. Here's another example. I rode right toward this one for an hour then the route magically veered to the right around the storm and went into the low notch on the right side of the ridge. Stayed dry.