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Five hours of rocks and trees all the way to Bloomsburg to visit the twin nephews for the night. Thank God for the MiFi and trader joes butter waffle cookies. We had a nice dinner at the Turkey Hill Barn and took the kids to the newest park in town.
... the street to the AT&T store to see if they had a iPhone 6+ for tomorrow. They had one but it was only a 16 and I want the 64 so he checked the other side of town and they didn't have one either so back yo original plan of getting one of the 2 they had in York. Picked up the Pizza and headed back to the MH. <b><u>FRIDAY June 5</u></b> - the day is finally here I get my phone!!! it was raining early this morning and when we left early it was ...
... on a trip this long.
Our plan is to be traveling for about two months crossing the country by a northern route to Oregon and Washington. In Oregon we hope to stop by Crater Lake and the Columbia River Gorge before heading into Washington for views of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Ranier, touring Seattle and a whale watch around the San Juan Islands. Then it is north and west through western Canada and into Alaska.
Not wanting to be in a hurry today we took it easy this morning. We headed out of Philadelphia around 10 and decided we had time to drive through Lancaster to see some of the Amish farms. The kids had a blast at Amish Village. They learned about how the Amish live, work and go to school. We visited a school house and an original 1800s Amish farm house. They also got to sit in one of ...
... The lifestyle they live is very similar to that of those in the 1820's.
The community is closed to a certain extent as in order to maintain their way of life, they like to marry within their community. Also many do not like their photos being taken or too much outside interest. They live throughout Lancaster County, not in a specific area, which means they are seen around and about.
The Amish are well known for their ...