November 3, 2002
To the North of Saaremaa lies a group of small villages - Triigi, Angla, Karja and Tuhkana - which are totally unspoilt by tourism. The only reason to go there is to see a small cluster of windmills which stand at the roadside. You almost feel as though you have been transported back to a time before the industrial revolution. Given that Estonian summers, although short, can be very warm - 30C - this is a great picnic spot to relax for a few hours and enjoy the fresh, unpolluted air or laze in the shade of a disused windmill.
From journal West Estonian Islands - A Bygone Era