This is the old mill in the small village of Kimberley, right in the middle of the valley near us. As you can see, it's been repurposed and restored and is now in use as a winery - this is a 'make your own wine' operation. Behind this sign is another indicating the grist mill is from 1877.
Though I don't have good pictures, I could take you to several other old mills, in the village of Feversham, in Thornbury where the Beaver River enters Georgian Bay, and elsewhere. I've become quite interested in these bits of evidence of earlier history; they're an important part of the landscape of the watershed.
Blustery wind and fresh snow here; the world is still white outside. Hope spring comes soon!