We’re not here to judge.
We’re here to enjoy the breeze, we said.
We just like the smell of a warm breeze, too.
That is, unless you live in the southern half of Delaware County.
But in the summer, the wind is often the worst thing for the birds, as it blows over the Atlantic Ocean.
That’s because of the way wind turbines, known as wind turbines on the Atlantic coast, are built.
They are tall, thin structures that are designed to generate electricity in an enclosed space, not the wind that blows in from the Atlantic.
The Atlantic Wind Turbine in Delaware, one of the largest wind farms in the world, is one of a number of wind turbines built in the state of Delaware.
But these towers also generate energy that can be stored, and the turbines are connected to other wind turbines to provide more power.
For example, the Wind Turbor, built by the Netherlands-based wind energy company, Veolia, is the largest in the nation.
It’s also the largest turbine in the United States.
It was designed to produce about 5.8 megawatts of electricity.
That means it generates enough electricity to power 1,000 homes.
The Wind Turber, built in 1998, is powered by a gas turbine that can generate enough electricity for more than 2,000 households.
But the turbines were not designed for a summertime climate like Delaware, in which the wind tends to blow a lot.
Delaware, the nation’s second-largest state, has long been known for its strong winds.
The state is located in a very cold and wet region, where the average temperature is 10 degrees Celsius below zero.
That makes Delaware the state with the highest average wind speed.
A typical summer in Delaware can be as much as 70 miles per hour, said Michael Wojciechowski, a climate scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo.
And while wind turbines can generate power during summer months, they aren’t designed to be used in that situation.
The turbine is designed to work for months at a time, so it needs a lot of space and power, said Wojca.
It is very expensive to build, and in fact, there are many cases in which wind turbines have to be removed and replaced because of wear and tear.
For that reason, wind energy is mostly in demand in the Northeast.
It has been, in recent years, used in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, New York City and elsewhere, said J. Michael Strain, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Maryland.
But there’s a problem.
Wind turbines in Delaware have been on the market for more years than the average U.S. person has been living, according to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, or NREL.
In 2014, Delaware became the second state in the country to adopt wind power regulations, according the state’s Department of Energy.
The new regulations, which require wind turbines be built in a location that can withstand winds of 50 to 60 miles per second, will require owners of wind-powered structures in the Delaware region to install safety systems that include a barrier between the structure and the wind.
But that safety system hasn’t been installed in many places in Delaware yet, according J. Mike Jones, the director of the NREL Center for Wind Energy and Power and an expert on the Delaware wind industry.
“It’s been a little bit of a challenge to get it installed, especially on the south side of Delaware,” Jones said.
A Delaware resident visiting the WindTurbower plant.
The Delaware wind farm is the second-biggest in the U.K., behind Windsurfers in the West Sussex Isles, which also generates power.
The turbines are so tall, it’s hard to see them.
In fact, the turbines can only be seen from the shore.
“They’re like the giant flying saucer,” Jones told The Washington Times.
“The reason they’re taller than the Statue of Liberty is because the wind direction is perpendicular to the shore.”
When the wind blows, the turbine spins, making it easier to see the blades.
In the future, Jones said, he believes the turbines could be used as part of a wind farm, providing more power in a less congested area.
But he also said that while the turbine may be a great attraction to visitors to the Delaware beach, it won’t be enough to keep the birds away.
In 2016, the Delaware Department of Environmental Protection issued an advisory warning that the turbine was not safe for outdoor use.
It said the turbine should not be installed at night or in the coldest part of the day, and that it should not exceed 70 percent of its rated capacity.
That doesn’t sound like much, but for many people, the 80 percent capacity rating is an