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The anchorage in Chesapeake City is not a big one, but it is well protected. We got there with only two boats ahead of us. I saw what looked like the city wall with one sailboat on it, but I had read that you can no longer tie up there. We moved to the back of the anchorage and dropped anchor in a corner. We were soon joined by two Quebec boats about our size. They had come from Cohansy Cove as well, but they had been smart and gone up the river. They said it was still not ideal ...
... We had a weird tasting before our meal, all the things they use to make in the early days. I tried the six tastings, I have eaten everything from cheese made inside dead pigs guts, marrow from the pigs trotter, all the organs, birch beer, I forget all the others. I gagged a few times but was determined to try it all. If I wake up dead tomorrow I will know I have been poisoned. Was the best fun though, a lot of the guys chickened out before us ...
... not sure where it happened but there was sure a lot police activity on the Interstate.
We arrived in Bowmansville at about 5:00pm. We are staying at Sun Valley RV Resort. It is in the heart of the Amish community. Tomorrow we will explore the Lancaster, PA area.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
... small and it is difficult to tell them apart from other farms until you see the horse drawn buggies and farm equipment.
I had found a website which gave driving routes for covered bridges and joined into one of the trails at Strasburg. Most of the bridges are still in use. Many that we saw were badly affected by the flood waters caused by Hurricane Agnes in 1972. Most have now been raised above the flood height.
Zook bridge roadway was 6 1/2 feet under water but ...
... Car on the Strasburg steam driven locomotive for a 45 minute train ride replete with a crying steam whistle. Totally restored, the car had overstuffed parlor chairs and a waitress that kept the drinks coming. Again, we delighted in the scenery of farms and livestock along this 15 mile route. How delightful!
We have a ton of pictures to share and hope you enjoyed the ride. We are now off to Philadelphia and some touring of the independence buildings. See you again ...