Built in 1876, Cedar Creek Grist Mill in Woodland, Wash., uses water power to grind grain with stones. A nearby covered bridge is also a popular attraction.
Built in 1876, Cedar Creek Grist Mill in Woodland, Wash., uses water power to grind grain with stones. A nearby covered bridge is also a popular attraction. Visit Vancouver USA Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Built in 1876, Cedar Creek Grist Mill in Woodland, Wash., uses water power to grind grain with stones. A nearby covered bridge is also a popular attraction. Visit Vancouver USA Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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February 11, 2016 11:00 PM

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