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As it was Sunday so no Amish were available to take us on our Abe's Buggy ride and perhaps the queues were not as bad as they could have been. Yesterday we tried to take a buggy ride but there was a 45 min wait. This ended up quite insightful as we got a friends perception of the Amish and their views without any 'party line'.We …
Today was essentially a travel day. After finishing our last minute packing we went to catch a cab with our 7 bags ( up 2 bags from when we arrived, though Ralph insisted one of his 2 extras was really light and could have been packed inside the larger - Dorothy who packed it disagreed.
It is not that easy to find a large cab to take 4 …
... Arcadia out in the rural area off of route 17. I am excited to explore the area. First time traveling with the dogs this far and first time in a camper for them. Have plans for checking out the state and national parks in the area, staying on the well traveled trails as I am not wanting to come upon any snakes or gators too soon. Trying to anticipate how to ...
... it was a problem for us as we had to push the van back up the road and into the driveway before we went out for the evening to a barbecue put on by some friends.
All went well there, I was able to source a bolt from the garage and I knew I'd be able to get another nut somewhere in the morning. The job ahead of me now was to get all the way down the East Coast to Florida without wasting too much time.
Overcast but muggy this morning. Went back to Lapps valley Farm in the car and got Milk, Choc Milk, Butter and Eggs, all fresh! headed out to tour more of Lancaster County today. Stopped at a 1760 Grist Mill and still functions today, then stopped at the cute town of Lititz where we got some cool Christmas gifts! Then off to a HUGE farm/craft/new stuff/junk market that is held every Tuesday. thousands of people and hundreds of stalls selling everything from produce to socks! We ...