The Inn & Spa at Intercourse Village
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Planned departure day, barring any problems is Friday Jan. 2, 2015; which will soon be upon us. Up till now just making lists in my head, now time to do the actual packing. Am a little nervous as to how the dogs will react. It will be an adventure. Home for the next 3 months will be our 2010 Keystone Outback Sydney Edition in a small family owned campground ...
... approaching the town of Catawissa,
I was surprised to see a rocky crag hanging out over the southbound lane, it seemed to me to be too low to clear the tops of bigger trucks, but I guess it is high enough:
There was a lot of traffic about as I came towards the bridge across into the town. I think there was some kind of event going on in the river, a regatta or something, and it took ...
... 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 & ...
... to go on a different house tour this time around, but somehow think I ended up taking the same most popular one as the first time. Many of the rooms looked vaguely familiar, but enough time had passed between my two visits that it might as well have been the first time. Winterthur is a great place to see a large collection of such American decorative arts in situ as complete ensembles rather than as individual pieces in museum ...