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The sound of the big Standardbreds trotting down the road carries so that you can hear them coming long before you see them.
We were able to talk with several of the Amish that were in and around then campground. One night we ate at Mrs. Yoder's Restaurant, one of several places to ...
... place in the world’s largest Amish community where farming is still done with horses.
Most of the local farms are horse-powered. This is like a trade show for finding everything that goes along with working horses.
Equipment and carriages, straw hats and ox bows, harness and tack, collars, feed, farrier and health products; all can be found here. Even the the local traffic ...
... short, grey-haired, old lady giving it right back to him, but he retreated into the house and closed up everything. This morning they were gone.
Sad situation, especially for the kids.
Now on to Today's events. Mike was making sure our RV tires were at the proper pressure. What a good do-bee. One of the valve stem needles stayed depressed and unless you put the valve cap on, the ...
The morning routine, getting the RV ready to hit the road, went off without a hitch. Well, technically, there is a hitch, on the tow dolly, but never mind that. Each time we put the car on or off the dolly, it gets easier. Practice...etc. We wanted to get an earlier start than usual because the forecast was for severe thunderstorms and high winds. Traveling through heavy rain ...
The packing is finished, we've done a final weather check, located the passports, and we're as ready as we're going to be! We're looking forward to a hot day in the city tomorrow as we check out the new 9/11 Museum, grab some Tasty-D and maybe make our way to Megan's favorite bakery in Chinatown. We shall see what the week-end ...