The Inn & Spa at Intercourse Village
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... small and it is difficult to tell them apart from other farms until you see the horse drawn buggies and farm equipment.
I had found a website which gave driving routes for covered bridges and joined into one of the trails at Strasburg. Most of the bridges are still in use. Many that we saw were badly affected by the flood waters caused by Hurricane Agnes in 1972. Most have now been raised above the flood height.
Zook bridge roadway was 6 1/2 feet under water but ...
... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
More Amish photos to come
... was one of the several recent additions to the system that include vestiges of past urban industrial heritage pushed more by local politicians as tourism economic development than by preservationists or environmentalists. The reality is somewhat different. Hopewell Furnace is the site of a smelter from before the Revolutionary War through the latter part of the nineteenth century, a small industrial village built around making ...
... guy (he had a beard so we knew he was married) plowing a field with a team of 5 Clydesdale horses.
_ get to the dairy farm and the ice cream is as advertised "the best you will ever taste". Our favorite use to be Tillimock out of Oregon but this beats it! We are coming back tomorrow for Milk, Butter, Eggs, Chocolate Milk and Ice Cream for the MH/
- Later we see people harvesting corn husks with a horse drawn wagen..
We really like this place!
... only been here for about 10 minutes when we heard the clip-clop of horses hooves & an Amish family tied up just opposite us, to the hitching post. Nearly everywhere we've been they've had either a rail or posts to tie up to. Today was spent going to more quilt shops while Ray always seems to find a bakery close by. The quilts are absolutely amazing, the work that goes in to them. Ray found an Amish buggy-maker & ...