We found this place listed in a guidebook at our motel, and it fit with our exploring travel plans for the day. This is a restored and/or transplanted set of buildings -- a one-room schoolhouse, the windmill, a store and an old cottage. We enjoyed the one-room schoolhouse the most, especially as my wife is a retired teacher. There were all kinds of old books, blackboards, the old fireplace, teacher's and couple of student's desks. The cottage was OK. The windmill was just to look at as the stairs going up were blocked and locked. The store was also locked. No guidebooks or anything. If you are in the neighborhood and this type of thing appeals to you, go ahead and stop. But not worth a special trip to see it. Best thing is the cost -- free!
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