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... 8.30am tour tomorrow morning of a couple of working Amish farms and we need to have had breakfast, packed the car and checked out by then.
Tomorrow afternoon it's off to Washington DC for Monday and Tuesday night, then Wednesday and Thursday night it's a couple of nights on the road (with a stop at the Richard petty Motorsports shop in Charlotte), followed by Friday Saturday and Sunday in Savannah. Busy week coming ...
... br> Found a motel in Lancaster that is right on the edge of town, away from the busy roads, and we keep seeing the Amish ride by in their horse and buggies. Very nice to watch. We wanted to have an Amish experience for dinner, so we found out where the local Amish restaurants were and went to one. Such a good meal, and when other Amish are eating there, then I'd say it's got to be pretty good. Home cooking at it's finest.
Another thing about Lancaster, ...
... out a bit of information about the surrounding countryside. They suggested we would get a good understanding of the Amish and Mennonite people if we went to their information stop and watched a film then we could visit their farms and the surrounding countryside. We followed their suggestions and in the process and even with a map we managed to get lost down many of the country roads. We ended up in a small town called Intercourse, where we had ...
The way out of DC was a nightmare due to road blocks and heavy storms. Late in the evening we finally arrived in our B & B in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The reward for the tiring ride was a very warm welcome by the friendly host family and a spacious, lovely room. After an amazing home-made breakfast the weather got friendlier at last and we explored the thriving Amish community in the area. The traditional lifestyle is ...
... style, avoiding all but the most basic ornamentation. Clothing is made at home of plain fabrics and is primarily dark in color. Amish men in general wear straight-cut suits and coats without collars, lapels or pockets. Trousers never have creases or cuffs and are worn with suspenders. Belts are forbidden, as are sweaters, neckties and gloves. Men's shirts fasten with traditional buttons in most orders, while suit coats and vests fasten with hooks and eyes. Young men ...
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