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Tom Walker’s Grist Mill, Michigan





Tom Walker’s Grist Mill, Michigan Historic Site, known as the Parshallville Cider Mill, located in Parshallville, MI. We got some apple donuts, and a cup hot apple cider. I am not sure which I did love more the donut or the cider? I love fall, one of the reason why I love trying new apple desserts or drinks. So so Yummy!! if you would like to make a visit, please check out this website for more info: http://parshallvillecidermill.com/ Thank you for stopping by. Hope you are well today. Do take care, Be Well & Be Blessed. Beth ( ;

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, love the Grist Mill. The donuts and cider do sound delicious!

Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!
It's a wonderful mill! So happy it's restored and open to the public. I would love to visit there myself.
William Kendall said…
An impressive structure!
Ruth Hiebert said…
The apple cider sounds pretty good to me.
Linda said…
Apple cider and donuts... must smell great!
Rose said…
This is the kind of places we love to visit.

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