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... if I can get a replacement for my purple suede's but no luck there. We headed out to a place called the Amish village that was formally an Amish house and farm. Had the 45 minute guided tour of the house and our guide was really informative. He wasn't Amish, but has spent time with them and had a really good understanding of their way of life. Back to the motel now and we will be having a bit of an early night. ...
... br> Found a motel in Lancaster that is right on the edge of town, away from the busy roads, and we keep seeing the Amish ride by in their horse and buggies. Very nice to watch. We wanted to have an Amish experience for dinner, so we found out where the local Amish restaurants were and went to one. Such a good meal, and when other Amish are eating there, then I'd say it's got to be pretty good. Home cooking at it's finest.
Another thing about Lancaster, ...
We left Front Royal early to visit Bill Havlik, a friend of Michaels. He lives near Leesburg, and on our way to Lancaster. After spending the morning with Bill we grabbed some lunch in Leesburg then drove onto Lancaster. We arrived late in the afternoon. Our hotel was in the middle of town so we wandered around then had dinner at an Irish Pub close to our hotel. Next morning we strolled across the road to the Farmers Markets, the oldest markets in ...
... alive and apart from their farms, they run plenty of antique and handicraft shops (their quilts are famous!) as well as restaurants and bakeries. Amish cuisine is hearty and rich and they are experts in preparing pickles, jams, meats and pretzels. Also the people are helpful, friendly and very religious - the world seems still ok in a simple, old-fashioned way.
We were the first visitors of the year at the historic ...
... on steel rather than rubber tyres. The married men wear long beards as they don't wear wedding rings or any jewellery (too flashy). That minimises infidelity within their community as everyone knows a beard equals married man! I wonder how that would go in our society?
We did a tour around the area, looking at their farms, homes and tasting their beautiful home cooked specialties; ...
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