Bowling Green Wind Farm
Bowling Green Wind Farm
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UsuallyNotGrumpy
Columbus, Oh4,078 contributions
Oct. 2019
But it's something interesting to look at if you're driving by. There's LOT's of these huge things stretching into the distance.
Written 14 October 2019
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tonyaleepolley
Maysville, KY19 contributions
Jul. 2019 • Family
Very nice to see an eco-friendly area. Went there to visit family for a cousin's 60th birthday. Glad to see the windmills.
Written 16 July 2019
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Karen K
Akron, OH36 contributions
Jun. 2018 • Friends
I was fortunate to be a part of a group tour in which we were able to stand inside the base of one of these turbines. It was interesting to see the inside and learn how they are maintained. Well worth the time. If you have the opportunity to include this as a part of tour in the area I highly encourage it.
Written 20 June 2018
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NANCY K
Bowling Green, OH9 contributions
Oct. 2017 • Friends
I love watching the windmills! It is so quiet and peaceful. There is also an education center there where you can see how much electricity is being produced.
Written 3 October 2017
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Katwich15
Lee's Summit, MO10 contributions
Sep. 2017 • Family
I was shocked to see the wind turbines..... it was scary driving by them at night..... but iwas a neat sight out there in the country.
Written 10 September 2017
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Jordan K
Columbia, SC27 contributions
Sep. 2016
This is not a real park or attraction. It is just a few windmill near the city landfill. If you want to see energy at its best, head up to Davis Bessy Nuclear generating station or to the Indiana border to see an impressive set of hundreds of wind turbines.
Written 17 August 2017
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Mike1993
Bowling Green, OH20 contributions
Oct. 2016 • Couples
It's great to see the Bowling Green Wind Farm as we drive by! Generating power in this way contributes to our quality of life & helps the environment!
Written 25 October 2016
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ronna1954
Cheboygan, MI92 contributions
May 2016 • Family
All I can say is if you want to see windmills go to the thumb of Michigan. Its covered with them, and have ruined the landscape of the farmland. But Bowling Greens are cute.
Written 25 July 2016
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chiefray2015
Bowling Green, OH12 contributions
Jun. 2015 • Solo
I have yet to visit this farm, because I am a little taken aback learning these big giant structures were supposed to keep the electric bills lower. However, they don't and most of the time when I drive by they aren't even turning. they are just an eyesore.
Written 24 May 2016
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Rob K
Wilbraham, MA16 contributions
Nov. 2015 • Solo
What's to say? It's a wind farm. There are four wind generators. Easily viewed from US Route 6 and may other vantage points within line of sight. If you've never experienced a wind generator up close, the magnitude of these tall white beasties is truly impressive. Even with the wind howling, the blades rotate with a majestic tranquility as though moving through transparent molasses (yes, the slow rotation is by design). A monument to technology for some, to others these represent blights on the visual landscape and disruption to the soundscape (whoop, whoop, whoop). Pick your camp, or neither and simply enjoy.
Written 26 November 2015
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