I live in a very flat part of the UK. Every time I step outside, my beautifully coiffed hair is immediately blown into disarray. Sometimes it can be a nuisance, but Lincolnshire does have its compensations. The countryside is very beautiful.
Close to where I live is a wonderful fully working 8-sail windmill. It was originally built in 1830, and later restored in 1986. I’ve made a link HERE and hope it works for you all. The link will take you a map with Heckington Windmill highlighted, keep zooming in and you’ll get to see a marvellous 3d image of the mill and surrounding village courtesy of Google.
Opposite the windmill is another famous landmark The Pearooms. This has been converted into apartments, so is not listed. As the name suggest it was used for sorting peas. It’s a very agricultural area, with a lot of farms producing the majority of vegetables for the UK.