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Después de tanto tiempo y aunque sea tarde.

Tienes mi voto porque se lo merece.

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Una foto molto curiosa,sembra aspettare ancora qualcuno,LK,saluti cordiali Antonio

He's magnificent! The "King" as I call him anyway...

Thank you very much Antonio. I'm happy you like it.

Apps’ Grist and Flour Mill, located on Robinson Road, just outside of Paris, was built in 1841 and purchased in 1858 by Charles and William Apps. The Mill was run by an undershot water wheel that was replaced by turbines in the 1920’s. The mill was very successful and was eventually taken over by Williams’ sons Alfred and Albert. The family ran the mill for almost 100 years until Whiteman’s Creek flooded during Hurricane Hazel in 1954, undermining the dam that diverted the water into the mill. After trying to keep the mill running with insufficient water flow for two years, the brothers finally closed the mill in 1956. Today Apps’ Mill is owned by the GRCA and is a conservation area and teaching center.

The Osisko mining operation covers a vast area in and around the Quebec small town of Malartic. Construction of new schools and homes as well as community buildings is still underway. A great amount of work has already been completed. "Digging for Gold" is expected to bring billions of dollars to the Osisko Mining Corporation. It is now underway with completion to be in the the year 2022!

This 15 foot two dimensional sculpture by David Hind was created entirely with recycled metals. Magnificent work of art!

Thank you very much for your vote and for your comments. I appreciate it.

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