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Then we went to an antique store and the railway museum, which is impressive. We had an hr at the latter, and marvelled in witnessing all kinds of magnificent locomotives. In some cases, it is is possible to board them. We also saw a steam engine in action. Then we had an ice cream and saw some Amish youngsters playing games, though the men played football together, and the ...
... and village shop on site. Quilts are very expensive but well worth the cost since mostly hand sewn. They do use sewing machines these days, just convert them to run off air compressor or keep in work place where they can have electricity. Next for lunch we went to the Kettle Kitchen Village in Intercourse. This was a very commercial place that was businesses owned ...
... non-Amish’. Scattered throughout this Lancaster County ‘English’ live side by side with Amish.
As numbers grow, their 50 acre approx. farms are not able to support all families. Consequently the traditional farming of dairy, growing crops like maize, lucerne, tobacco, vegetables and fruit, etc, is now supplemented by families creating and selling crafts, quilting, woodwork, leatherwork, baking produce, plants/flowers, etc for ...
... company! I just hope she doesn't find her way into my suitcase by mistake!
This morning I woke early, eager to get down to the barn again to milk the cows. And that I did! I hung out with the rest of the guests and the cows and the kittens and the dog until it was time to meet on the front porch for breakfast. Waiting on the front porch for the breakfast bell to ring, I was checking out the porch and lo and behold I saw another HUGE, CREEPY looking spider! I thought ...
... small Pennsylvania towns in the valleys. Beautiful scenery for the most part. I even crossed the Susquehanna River, which is the river that feeds the Chesapeake Bay, so that was pretty cool....it was a beautiful river!
Finally I arrived in Amish country. True to form, I have seen the horse drawn carriages and the horse drawn farm machines, and the men and women in their Amish attire. What a simple, peaceful life, although a lot of hard ...