Portrait of a Windmill as a young vagabond.
About a quarter of a century ago, Niles G. Anderson, IV, was taking a walk. As it was a blustery day, he wore a long overcoat, a scarf, and his brand new bowler hat he had received for his birthday. The Wind, in a clearly comical mood, decided it would be fun to see if he could steal the hat right off the head of Niles G. Anderson, IV. Well, with the first gust, the Wind managed to snatch the scarf. With the second, he managed to steal the coat. But before the Wind could try one last time to abduct the hat that Niles G. Anderson, IV, had received for his birthday, Fate made his entrance onto the scene. He quickly returned the scarf and coat of Niles G. Anderson, IV. Next, to punish the Wind for his mischief, Fate confined the Wind into a single building. This building had once been used to try to capture some of the power of the Wind, but had been less than successful. Now, however, the Wind has nothing to do to pass the time, except spin that giant fan of his.