ABOUT PROVISION UAS
Why do model trains capture our imaginations? Why do we love watching people from a balcony?
There is something about the miniature; we're all intrigued by it.
Elevation puts us in a position to see ordinary things but in extraordinary ways.
ABOUT THIS ARTWORK: LEOMA, TN | WILBURN GRIST MILL
In 1823, the mill and general store were the heart of the Fall River community in the Clear Creek Valley and as they prospered, two churches were added and then a school, blacksmith shop, tannery, timber sawmill, sorghum mill and a cemetery as the peaceful valley grew. For the next 130 years, the mill, general store and the home place served many needs. In addition to grinding wheat, corn and livestock feed, the store served as a post office, restaurant, operating theatre, judges’ court room, voting place, political speaking place, library, boxing matches, horseshoe pitching tournaments, checkers tournaments, circuit church and almost everything else one could imagine prosperous Clear Creek Valley. The lives of many of the Valley’s folk were shattered, but as soon as the war ended they went to work rebuilding the once proud Fall River community that embodied the true pioneer spirit of the times.
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