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SHATTUCK WINDMILL MUSEUM (Shattuck, OK. Jct. Hwys. 285 & 15) - Photo Credit: Photograph by Jim Argo, copyright November 10, 1996, The Oklahoma Publishing Company
Shattuck, OK

Remains of a Perkins windmill on a unique wooden covered tower.
Perkins

Challenge Dandy covered in vines.
Dandy

Dandy caught by a Next Generation Windmiller!
Dandy

Putting up a Dempster #4 in Pennsylvania.  Beautiful country side!
Dempster #4

Aermotor A602, my first restoration project. Look, it's taller than the hot air balloon!
A602

Wind beaten Maud S.
Maud S

12 Foot Aermotor Powermill partially assembled in my shop.
Powermill

This is how I take down a back-geared Steel Star by myself.
Steel Star

This is the ACTUAL Steel Star that I wrote about in my story.
Story Star

Of course, this is me at the Henry Ford Museum on the Stover which I built the 12 foot wheel for. Notice the cool tower.
Stover

There really is a Santa, he lives in Strathroy, Ont, his real name is Al Mott (like the applesauce).
Santa??

October scene in the backyard of Windmill Gardens.
Windmill Gardens

Pennsylvania water tank, sorry to say this came crashing down in summer 2000. Notice me at the lower left base for size comparisons.
Watertank

This is a Flint & Walling built watertank in Indiana.
F&W Watertank

Wood silo, I like to photogragh them when I can find them.  I have a couple more photos of these to post yet.
Wood Silo

This is a postcard my friend Mike made from a photo of his backyard
Ducks

This is the 2nd Wind Mills Shop.  This is where I make these old mills come to life!
Workshop

This is a neat old barn in Michigan.  I like to photo old barns too.
Old Barn

Putting up an Open-Geared Monitor in Michigan
Monitor

My son can find the simplest things facinating. Here he is pretending to be a space alien using a melted plastic bowl.
Space Alien1

My son can find the simplest things facinating. Here he is pretending to be a space alien using a melted plastic bowl.
Space Alien2

My son can find the simplest things facinating. Here he is pretending to be a space alien using a melted plastic bowl.
Space Alien3

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