Hertzog Homestead Bed & Breakfast
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... a handful went the six tastings. Good fun.
the Amish community has contributed considerably to the worlds information on genetic disease, they stop short of saying they inter marry, but is close. They are constantly studied and happy to be. Quite amazing. I love their philosophy of nothing to increase their slow pace, I may have to re think being French and become Amish, is such a slow steady pace in life, kids don't go to school after ...
Our driver and friend, Bill Krouse, picked us up at home and drove us to Dulles Airport in Virginia. We left home about 2:30 pm and arrived at Dulles Airport at about 5:00 pm. The traffic wasn't too bad. We ate dinner at Old Dominion Brewing Company in the airport. The next stop is ...
We left Sussex bright and early on Sunday morning to pick up Chris and Clark and were treated to a sky full of balloons launching on the final day of the annual hot air balloon fiesta - truly a sign of what was to come! As we drove through New Brunswick en route to Ste. Hyacinthe near Montreal we made short stops in Hartland to enjoy the world's longest covered bridge then on to Grand Falls to check out the falls and gorge which we ...
... manure on their fields as fertilizer.
Amish farms also have many animals you rarely see in rural America anymore. In addition to the horses that pull their buggies they have lots of mules and draft horses to pull their farm equipment. Draft horses like Belgians and Percherons are the hunks of the equine world, massive and stately. I managed to get myself zapped as I got too close to an electric fence while taking a picture of a few magnificent ...
... there) with Tara (13), Michael (6) and Joel (1), We didn’t even get a sleeping cabin, just reclining seats for the next 3 days to PA. That whole trip could be a blog in itself! We made it, as did the other 40 members of my immediate family, and proceeded to have a grand time together for the next few days! While we were there for the reunion I had planned to do an “interview” with my Dad if I could talk him into it. He was a humble man and ...