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... We crossed back into Pennsylvania at Deerfield. There were high clouds in the sky and the temperature was a pleasant 66 degrees F.
The countryside undulates and we saw a glider being towed up by a small plane before being let loose to soar over the fields. We were now out in the country.Wonderful views of farms - fields of corn, cows in the paddock, barns, silos. When I was taking photos, the cows were very interested in me. some even stood up to see what I was ...
... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
More Amish photos to come
... s house, the home of "the man" whose financial interests everyone else served. I found Hopewell Furnace to be mildly interesting, and being part of the National Park System, the place is more about historic preservation and education than entertainment. Hence, no re-enactors in period costume and fake accents demonstrating how charcoal is made as in so many tacky privately run sites. OK, another one checked off my National Parks to-do ...
... vengeful, angry, mean God or gods reveal something about themselves. But the Amish, despite their old-world ways, have always seemed peaceful and innocuous enough, neither trying to convert you to their ways nor condemning you to hell for not being part of them.
The Amish are a popular tourist attraction and the area has a bit of a theme park atmosphere in summer with lots of Amish farm attractions open for visitors, horse-n-buggy rides, petting ...
... in a large group to heave the barn side up into its vertical position. They heave they place blocks to hold it into position to then heave again! It is an amazing sight so we have seen. Amazing as a show of strength (as they do not use modern equipment like cranes) but also to show what we as humans are capable of when we work together as a team with a common goal. Some mock the Amish for their "silly way of life" but I think it is amazing ...