Wednesday, November 4, 2015

There are 15 now....

Installation in process for this elegant wheat block by
John Doctor and his crew.  This block is viewable at
34180 SW Unger Road, Cornelius, OR, and is placed
on a barn over 100 years old.  Owned by Unger
Enterprises, this wheat block celebrates this
Century Farm and its ongoing agricultural heritage.
The crew is up on ladders installing this traditionally colored block on Halloween, 2015.

The new building of Duyck Machine is the location for this windmill block. 
It is a reminder of the Dutch heritage of the Duyck's and many other families in the area. 
See this one at 4200 NW Visitation Road, Forest Grove. 
Driving west out of the Verboort round-about, you'll be
able to see this block off to your right. 

This colorful cross block is located at the site of several buildings
belonging to the St. Peter's Lutheran Church, located at
4265 SW Golf Course Road, Cornelius.  The old church itself
was founded in 1882 by Lutheran settlers in a small community
known then as Blooming.  The colors in this cross have significance
to the members are symbolic of aspects of their faith.