Gist of The Grist Mill

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Inspired by George Washington, The Ambassador builds A Grist Mill. A simple yet elegant design. Notice the antenna on the right side -- it's to warn aircraft. Completed, including a sluice. Now, it's time to Add Water.

 

"I love it when a plan comes together!" The Secretary gets in on the act while The Ambassador affects repairs.

For The Ambassador, there are always new ideas to try, new angles to explore.  Success. Notice the design change on the water wheel. A very important success. Decreased water supply necessitates a change: the addition of a reservoir to increase the waters' fall. Echoes of Mill Creek

   


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