Pheasant Run Farm
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... hands together whillst sitting on the grass away from the blokes. We drove back to Princeton and we had worked up an appetite. We sat down and had a delicious meal at the blue point grill. Dad brought a bottle of red wine with (purchased at a shop close by) as they don't sell it there (once again no alcoholic licenses in most restaurants), I had scallops with baked potato, coleslaw and tartar ...
When we started out this morning we were going to go as far as Zanesville, Ohio. As we traveled home, a soft bed, room to move around, and no more driving seemed like a good thing. So after 15 hours on the road traveling 786 miles we pulled into our driveway at 11:35 pm. The trip was wonderful but it was good to be home.
For 62 days we traveled 13,355 miles of our ...
... and village shop on site. Quilts are very expensive but well worth the cost since mostly hand sewn. They do use sewing machines these days, just convert them to run off air compressor or keep in work place where they can have electricity. Next for lunch we went to the Kettle Kitchen Village in Intercourse. This was a very commercial place that was businesses owned ...
... flowers off the branch so I could smell them all afternoon, but I restrained myself. I also had the urge all day long to jump out of the car and grab a branch off a bush in someone's yard, but I haven't done that.....yet. Lilacs remind me of home. Sigh.
We arrived in Harpers Ferry about noon. This is one of only 2 National Parks where the park completely surrounds a town. The other park is ...
... an USD88,000 scholarship towards their fees and NEVER have to pay it back! It is truly an amazing story.
Then it was back in the car to Intercourse PA - this is one of the main Amish towns. Had a wander around town - seeing the horse and buggies and the Amish or Mennonite people is really something. You nearly think they have dressed up just for the tourists! I went into a quilt shop and saw some amazing quilts - all handmade by the Amish. ...