Davidson Windmill

Davidson Windmill, Lakeside, Wisconsin

"Built by Finnish immigrant and homesteader, Jacob (Tapola) Davidson, it served Old-Brule and Lakeside in the South Shore region from 1904 to 1926. Constructed of native materials, it was used for milling locally grown grains for both animal and human consumption. Old-Brule Heritage Society 2001"

This was a cool side stop, my hubby said we were there in August 2020, and so thankful they had a pit toilet because you were not in a well populated area ...it's the small things in life that mean the most!! Can I get an AMEN???!! so true. LOL!! Gorgeous area. Lovely windmill ....so cool. Love seeing these. What amazing piece of architecture. Hope you are well today. Thank you for stopping by today. Take Care. Beth ( ; 


eileeninmd said…

You have done some fun traveling during 2020, I guess the Covid scare has not stopped you from having fun. I love the windmill, great photos. Have a happy day and a great new week!
This N That said…
I assume it is no longer functional??Looks like it is being cared for..Happy New Year...Stay well..
Ruth Hiebert said…
That windmill is so neat.I agree, it is the small things that often mean the most.
Linda said…
I like this. I also like finding a toilet on a trip, even a primitive one.

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