April 30, 2015
Welcome to Texas. We don’t know why it’s called Texas but it may be because it is far away and very hot in the summer. This floor contains the shakers and cyclones for the main grain elevators. These machines separate the grain. The floor above also contains a huge routing ring that is connected to the turn wheel on the first floor. This is the domain of the Todal. “The Todal looks like a blob of glup. It makes the sound of rabbits screaming and smells of old unopened rooms.” It is waiting for the Duke to fail in some evil endeavor. “And when he does the blob will glup him.” Best you move on and find the Golux. He may help you, or perhaps not.
April 29, 2015
This is the main control station for the Mill. Here the miller could control all of the functions of the mill. He could weigh the incoming grain, send it up the elevators to the top of the mill and using the turn wheels he could route the grain to the various processing machines and storage bins. Grain could also be mixed and bagged on this floor. The Prince, Zorn of Zorna, has been seen here. He also goes under the guise of a wandering minstrel. He is trying to win the hand of Saralinda but the Duke doesn’t want her to leave since she is the only warmth around. Fortunately Zorn has been befriended by the Golux who has been known to frequent the upper floors of the mill. But be very careful because the Todal has been seen in Texas.
April 28, 2015
Welcome to the Emlenton Mill built in 1875. The grain entered the mill here in the basement from rail car or wagon. The grain hopper is connected to the scale on the first floor above. The grain was weighed and sent to the 5th floor via the grain elevators. This is where the Duke hangs out. “The Duke was always cold. He was six foot four and forty six and even colder than he thought he was.” His niece, the Princess Saralinda was “warm in every wind and weather but he was always cold.” And of course there is always a handsome Prince. I’ve heard he might be found near the turn wheels. By the way, you can play along with this game. Yesterdays blog contained the game grid and instructions on how to play. Perhaps we can even come up with a prize.
April 27, 2015
Welcome to The Emlenton Mill Creamery. Live music on Saturdays at 7pm. This is where you get your game grid and have it stamped with your start time. Note that the clock above points to one o’clock and that we have entered a 1 on the time line of the Inn Keeper square on the grid. Please enter your start time in the same square. Next proceed to the mill. Your goal is to figure out the combination to the safe. In the safe you will find a game log and a stamp to certify your game grid and entitle you to a free milkshake. A spy told us that the wicked Duke is always cold and might be found near the grain elevator. “We wish you well.”
April 26, 2015