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This we we took it easy with short drives each day to get from Boston, through New Hampshire and Vermont back into New York State and then south to Pennsylvania. We had a lovely day wandering around little villages filled with quilt shops and all things Amish. The last three days we have spent at the Ford Nationals at Carlisle where Paul has been in car ...
Sunday here in Lancaster is a pretty quiet day. We knew that none of the Amish attractions/businesses would be open, so we planned to have a bit of a quiet day as the last two weeks of the trip are the busiest.
After a day in the car yesterday, I got in an early morning run this morning before breakfast. We decided that it would be a good idea to do a bit of a self guided tour among the farming communities. So ...
So we had a bit of a change of plan last night. Over dinner we discussed our options for what we would do prior to getting to Washington. We decided that it would be a smarter option to put in a really solid day of driving today, and spend tomorrow experiencing a place rather than two half days of driving with nothing that we really wanted to do for the other portion of the day. So we decided that we would push on to Lancaster, the home of the Amish, and spend ...
... alive and apart from their farms, they run plenty of antique and handicraft shops (their quilts are famous!) as well as restaurants and bakeries. Amish cuisine is hearty and rich and they are experts in preparing pickles, jams, meats and pretzels. Also the people are helpful, friendly and very religious - the world seems still ok in a simple, old-fashioned way.
We were the first visitors of the year at the historic ...
... town even had a banner across the street advertising its Coolest Small Town in America status (many salespeople in the stores also were wearing buttons so noting this celebrity status).
We had lunch at The Tomato Pie Cafe -- Ruth had a 1/2 panini (turkey & pesto) - 1/2 salad (bleu cheese and pear) combination; I had their namesake, Tomato Pie -- chunks of tomato on the crust with a savory custard (béchamel cream?) on ...
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