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Blowing Cave Mill, TN




Blowing Cave Mill, 171 Blowing Cave Rd, Sevierville, TN

Built 1870, It originally used a wooden wheel that was replaced with the present wheel in 1941. I hope if you visit that it will be open, maybe a store, gift shop, when we saw it it was Sept 2019 and the hubby wondered if they might make it a restaurant? They were working on it? So cool. I did do some research on "the google" to get that info. above ...dates and all??! Hope you are well, take care!! Be Well & Be Blessed!!! Beth ( ;

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth

I love these old mills. Great photos. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day! Have a great new week ahead!
Jenn Jilks said…
What a great spot!
This N That said…
I love these old mills..Such fun places to visit..Lot's of history..stay safe!!
Ruth Hiebert said…
You find all these lovely and unique places. Thanks for sharing.
Linda said…
Nice. My mother loved old bridges and mills. I seek them out too.

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