The Miller and the Scale
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The Miller and the Scale

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This is Ted the Miller who runs one of the last 2 water powered Mills in Ontario. He is almost 80 but can't retire because there isn't anyone to replace him.

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A: The Haybale Shelter

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An empty haybale shelter in Glen Huron Ontario

The Haybale Shelter

B: Chicken Barn Entrance

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Chicken Barn Entrance

C: Under the Collingwood Street Bridge

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D: North America's Smallest Jail

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E: Johnny Miller's Dairy Farm

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Murray S Barn1

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A performance by Carolyn Mark and NQ Arbuckle at the Avening Community Centre

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H: Peter at the Leighton House

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Peter has been painting the abandoned Leighton House for 12 years.

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I: Black Family Barn

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Black Family Barn

J: Ekarenniondi

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Text by Steve Smith.