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Woke about 6. Back to sleep till alarm at 8.30. Homemade pancakes and banana for breakfast, then shower and on the road about 10 heading for Hershey for Cheyenne's birthday treat.
Chey's treat was take her friend Mackenzie to visit the butterfly house in Hershey Gardens and then go to Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse for dinner.
Back up route 15 North. Got a bit lost after we got route off 15 near Harrisburg. Huge rainstorm with lightning and ...
... the Liberty Bell and walked around Independence Hall. We had some colonial brews and an appetizer at the famous City Tavern, a historic meeting place for our founding fathers. The beer recipes are actually very close to the originals created by George Washington, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton. Blake couldn’t stop in Philadelphia without a philly cheesesteak so with a little research we made it to the famous ...
... their whiskers shaved and once they marry they grow and never cut their beard - but never have a moustache. Once girls turn 12 they no longer use buttons and have to pin themselves into their clothing every day with straight pins - the ones you might use to hold material together before sewing! Each family may have six to eight children and at gatherings, as space is limited, they eat in shifts - men ...
Arrived in Elizabethtown, PA, at our campground Thursday mid-afternoon. The travel down from Scranton was actually pretty short. It's a little deceptive travelling in the east. You look at the map and it seems to be such a long distance from place to place, but then it really isn't. What you think will take all day is about 3 hours drive time.
We got in early enough that we were able to get camp set up, then head into Hershey ...
... again to a Amish Dinner experience. They had a brief theatre history of a Amish family and the struggles the teenagers of the Amish have when deciding to be baptised and to become part of the church. They are able to see what the outside world is about and are given the choice to stay or to leave if the church isn't for them. We then got a chance to taste some of the wood that is made from the Amish background/ German cultural background. There ...
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