It also housed his father's snuff mill.
He lived here till he was 6.
On the right is the grain mill.
It's lovely, in spite of the overcast skies and drizzle.
This is the spring-fed pond that powers the waterwheels:There's even a "fish ladder" in the pond! Can woo imagine, a ladder for fish? What's next, a frog elevator? Ha-roo roo roo!
This lovely view is from the "front yard", looking over the herb
gardens across to the mill.
This bridge takes woo back to the visitor center & gift shop. Every year artists come and do paintings of the grounds, which are then sold in the gift shop. There's also a little movie about GS, just to put Gilbert's life into context.
A-roos & toodle-woo,
jack a-roo & miss moo