When I was a kid, this was a HUGE windmill... and it was wooden instead of stone... and you could go inside and watch the wheel turn as it ground the flour...
...which means I need to go back and talk to my dad about where we saw a huge wooden, working windmill because the mill in Wamego -- though picturesque and with a cool story of its own -- is not the mill in my memory.
Wamego's mill was built in 1879, 12 miles north of the town, and was moved in 1925 by mule and wagons to the spot where it currently stands. The mill was taken apart, the stones numbered, and reconstructed exactly as the original. I was disappointed that we didn't get to see the interior workings, but it was pretty, and now I can stop telling stories about watching the working mill in Wamego.
We almost ate at Toto's Tacas, but drove down the road to Alma, Kansas, to eat instead.