Shot with DJI Phantom 2 with 2 Axis Gimbal.
The Scenery alone around the Cedar Creek Grist Mill makes it worth the trip. It's like driving into the past. Heavily wooded and a beautiful stream doing the same thing today as it did over a hundred years ago. The soothing sounds of the rushing water may allow the visitors time for reflection of those times. The south side of the creek has four picnic tables to those fortunate enough to lay claim and allow a great view of the stream, the mill and the covered bridge.
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill Entrance from the North Side Visitors will be greeted and given a "Working Tour" of how this mill still works today. Huge pulleys and belts spinning above and below are turning and churning to produce flour, corn meal and even apple cider (the last Saturday in October). These samples are given to the visitors for take home and a first hand experience of the products. No gas or electricity are used, simply mother nature's water power. All that work here are volunteers and are more than happy to explain how this process works to any and all.
Even Sunset Magazine© has found this beautiful place, so if you've never been, it's a "Got To See" and if you haven't been in a while, it maybe time to visit again.
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is open all year, Saturdays 1:00 to 4:00 and Sundays 2:00 to 4:00, except closed Easter, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day Dec 24 & 25, New Years Eve & New Years Day
For more information or to request a Group Tour of the Mill, send e-mail to: Grist-Mill-Tour-Director@cedarcreekgristmill.com or phone 360-225-5832