Sinking Springs Herb Farm & Retreat
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... GPS journey offered. If this place is not in the book “RoadFood”, it should be. Picture perfect burgers, cheese fries and thick creamy milkshakes provide the perfect midday meal.
The next day, we visit the “kids” in Philadelphia at their row house in the Fishtown neighborhood. We walk the streets, have a fantastic brunch and check out the front entrance of the row home that they just purchased and will finalize ...
... late 1800s. Pierre
was more into plants than plastics and gradually developed and expanded the
gardens into what they are today.
I took my parents to Longwood Gardens once in spring of
1999, shortly after they moved to New Jersey. That warm sunny day was at the
height of spring bulb flower season, so the flower garden displays were quite
different than what I’m seeing on this visit. That turned out to be an expensive
trip well beyond gas ...
... if I had left two minutes before or after I did, I wouldn't have gone to see the park, which was a definite highlight of the trip so far. One of the rangers microwaved my leftovers from last night's feast in their staff microwave and I ate lunch outside the visitor center before starting my now slightly longer ride to Maryland. There were more hills than any other day. I climbed more than 3500 feet over the 75 miles once I got to my host ...
... going to join John and Beth for the day...and we couldn't be happier to have the chance to not only hang out with him, but also to clown with him. Thanks Pat!
One of the campground owners just asked me if I thought the circus would be interested in setting up on the campground itself next year...haha. So cool! I hope they can make something work...I passed along a flyer and some names to contact, so we'll see. :)
... named after Dr. Chase from House, since both speak with an Australian accent), we did not take 95 home. Well, we took 95 through Delaware, as the only alternative is basically surface streets, but then Chase led us down 895 to 97 through Annapolis and then down 301. I might have been tempted to do this on my own, and was rather amazed that Chase picked it as the fastest route home, since it is significantly longer than ...