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... sure it not just the Amish, eschewing the modern, that hang their clothes out to dry. Even we do, in our garage since there is no place outside to do it and since our condo rules forbid it. Oh well, we took a few pictures of clothes lines anyway. We also drove though the heart of Lancaster, once again encountering a monument to war - - The Soldiers and Sailors Monument. Still looking for that peace monument!
We did stop for a ...
... only around 7-10 inches wide so you can imagine the horrific journey to the outside (yes, I felt like it was some sort of shawshank moment). They made it out but unfortunately, they were all captured which is a crying shame after all the work, effort and time that went into this. Another interesting part was the warden investigation that occurred due to a prisoner dying from the metal 'gag' punishment used for any prisoner stepping out of line. This was a metal ball that sat in ...
I bet almost everyone knows somebody who has been to "the Dominican Republic". Maybe you or someone you know has visited the beautiful white beaches and sapphire clear blue water of the beaches in Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, or even Juan Dolio and can't wait to enjoy the year-round sunshine and warm weather. However, before you book that next all-inclusive beach resort vacation, why not take a look at some of the other wonderful things the island has to ...
... after this. You see, it had started to snow at about 10 am, and an unexpected amount began to fall fast and furious. By the time we were done lunch, the storm was pretty crazy outside, and the city bus we were to take to the Barnes Foundation was running late. So, our group leader Fred spent a 1/2 hour in the blizzard flagging down taxis for us to take. Eventually, we made it to the Barnes Foundation.