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... lawn area to the 2 streets that a lot of Amish travel. We grilled out and after a short rest after dinner we left for our walk and what a surprise...they were having a Bluegrass picking by the front office of locals. There were 11 men and 1 woman, 3 mandolins, 1 bass, 2 banjos and the rest guitars. We sat there for at least 30-45 minutes until it turned cool and we didn't have our jackets so we headed back to the motorhome. While we were listening to ...
Not wanting to be in a hurry today we took it easy this morning. We headed out of Philadelphia around 10 and decided we had time to drive through Lancaster to see some of the Amish farms. The kids had a blast at Amish Village. They learned about how the Amish live, work and go to school. We visited a school house and an original 1800s Amish farm house. They also got to sit in one of ...
... to the campground one of the neighbors said there had been a heck of a storm with rain wind and lightening.
MONDAY June 1 - Wo.ke up to rain again and heavy fog (probably from the rain and drizzle. Heater comes on as it is damp in our tin box. Nothing much to do in this weather so we decided to run into Allentown to window car shop. Went by and picked up my cousin Janet for the drive over. Well 3 ...
A lot has happened since I was last able to make a post. I got back on the trail after my time off and had to get back into the swing of things. I was greeted with the infamous "Virginia Rollercoaster". This part of the trail consists of 13 back to back climbs and descents that lead into Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. I divided it into two days, but it still took some work to push through it. Once I finished with the Rollercoaster I was greeted by the Shenandoah River leading into ...
... farmers market where Amish people sell fresh produce and home baked goods.
We continued (along old Philadelphia Pike) to the small town Bird-In-hand. A beautiful little town with the oldest farmers market in the USA. We made lunch from the van then walked the farmers market sampling homemade jams, fudge, cookies and fresh lemonade - all made by the Amish.
We hired bikes and rode the Lancaster countryside, passing by beautiful Amish farms. The Amish ...