Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Old Mill of Guilford


I went out yesterday to the Old Mill of Guilford to stock up on grits and bran muffin mix. The mill is a local Greensboro landmark and is a fully operational, water-powered, 18th century grist mill founded on Beaver Creek in 1767 to grind grain for the early settlers of northern Guilford County. The mill continues to produce all-natural, stone-ground, whole grain flours and mixes. It's an interesting place to visit and produces great stuff to eat. Annie Laura Perdue works the mill.

For info, go to: http://www.oldmillofguilford.com/

(images copyright 2009 by Dan Routh)

4 comments:

scot sanborn said...

The best shot I have ever seen of the Old Mill. Nice work. I like your editorials too.

scot sanborn said...

The nicest photo I have ever seen of the Old Mill. Nice work.
I also enjoy the commentary.

Dan Routh Photography, Inc said...

Thanks Scot.

Greg Duell said...

Yeah, you need to get them to replace the ugly one on their web site with yours (and a credit of course)