Pheasant Run Farm
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... 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 ...
... by our GPS lady with the speech impediment.
We made it to the Verrazano Bridge and paid the $15.00 toll
before it was even 7:00 am. We thought we would make great time today since the
distance to our next campground was only about 120 miles. After crossing
this bridge to Staten Island we were cruising along nicely. We crossed one more
bridge and arrived in the promised land of New Jersey (it is the Garden ...
... 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 ...
... in this family).
We ate home made berry yoghurt for starters, Christmas salad, mashed potatoes in brown butter, meatballs, crispy fried chicken, chicken pot pie, grits, sweet corn, blueberry and whole wheat bread and chocolate oat brownie and peach pie with ice cream for desert. There was no electricity so everything was run by gas, solar, or compressed air. We were able to ask questions about their life and enjoyed hearing how and why they live the simple way they ...
... inspiring. They have settled and thrived in this area for over 250 years and have incredibly productive farm and dairy land, as well as some local businesses. These farms and businesses are intermingled with non- Amish people but they maintain their beliefs and lifestyle with local acceptance and support. Many times we passed or had to follow their little horse drawn buggies along these narrow country roads. We visited a working Amish family farm, including ...