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I've been visiting this grist mill for 35 years or so. When my kids were young it was an exciting place to visit, and the mill wheel ran often. Now it seems tired and needs refurbished. The walkway that crosses over the mill run must have collapsed because it was blocked off with red warning tape. There weren't many visitors... 更多
We stopped and got the walk of the place unencumbered. We got a real feel of the place and enjoyed the peace and quiet . We had the place to ourselves and enjoyed every minute. I recommend you visit Monday or Tuesday while the town is abandon.
Wonderful way to learn about the past. You can even buy some of the cornmeal for cooking. We love taking the kids then making muffins with the meal when we get back home.
Metamora is a collection of small shops selling all manner of goods from hand-made fudge (delicious) to farmer's market and flea market items. Being there is a step back in time. A bit off the beaten track but a fun place for a quiet visit.
The mill was in good shape and looked cool from the outside but the information inside was very minimal. There were workers in the mill but they did not know much about the mill or even the town. Just take pictures on the outside and do not both going in.
It's easy (& free) to walk through the Grist Mill near the railroad stop and see how cornmeal, grits, etc. was processed a century or more ago! They are grinding the flour right there so you and your kids can see the equipment and how it works up close. Then buy some of the milled product to taste when you... 更多
We were going to go on Sunday but the road was closed so we went on a Thursday. The grist mill wasn't running the day we were there. You can go into the basement to see the gears but it stunk down there. You could smell the oils and it was a basement so it was kind of dank. They... 更多