Harvest Moon Bed and Breakfast
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... Tioga would have had to wait for his treats. At one point, Tioga peed in his enclosure. Almost immediately, Merlin jumped up, ran across the enclosure, peed over Tioga’s spot, then ran back and went back to sleep! It was amazing how he showed his dominance. Later, we visited the large pack with about a dozen wolves, some who were hungry and excited for treats, others who ...
... wal-mart never closes so it was super bright too. We both woke up feeling a little cranky and unrested. We had planned to spend Monday getting some work done and then go into NYC again on Tuesday to explore Midtown and Central Park but neither of us really wanted to spend another night in that parking lot. We decided to cut our losses and leave. NYC is always there for us to visit again but ...
... The quilts were extraordinary in range, size and quality.
We took a tour through the countryside looking for covered bridges, the kids asked why and we couldn't really answer why but to say that they were historical and from a romantic past, they were not really impressed. Nevertheless we found them and they were just that. Communities take great care with them and preserve them well, well worth ...
... where we enjoyed homemade icecream from the milk from their own cows! How fresh can you get?! Yummmm! We could walk around, see the cows, milking shed etc. just delightful! People come from all around for the fresh milk. You can even do 'drive thru' and we saw an Amish lady in her horse and buggy buy their milk this way! Driving on many back roads that meander through the Amish farmland was ...
So, on Tuesday, having refused to pay $105 for the Amtrak train to Exton, we took Septa trains to Trenton, to Philadelphia then up to Exton via Narbeth, St Davids and Bryn Mawr!! ($29.50) We must've looked a pretty sight wobbling along to find seats with our backpacks. We had to communicate via hand signals on the Trenton train when we realised we were in the Quiet Carriage (shhhhhhh)!! Hadn't heard back from Meg about picking us up so we thought we ...