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... no need for education, they all do manual apprenticeships, it is monitored by US government. We have seen many of the buggys on the road, they are just like you see in the movies. We are going out to a farm in the morning, am hoping to purchase some genuine Amish goodies, may need three suitcases to come home. Amish means Gods Children.
we have come into rain today, am hoping the hurricane Joaquin is not going to hit Washington when we ...
... to make up for earlier in the summer; going for lunch at a local diner, walking the dog around the block, going for water ice together and just enjoying the last 7 times we could. It was a great day and I was really sad to say goodbye to the girl I had come to enjoy so much over the past two months. She dropped me at the airport in Phily after a very long hours drive and we said ...
... br> ice cream, home made crisps, freshly popped kettle corn. We went into
a salsa and jam shop were the taste testing was fabulous. I tried
three of four things and we tried to ration the kids. Awfully hard
when most of the adults there are sampling dozens of things! But the
flavours were amazing; mango chutney, key lime butter, zesty salsa
plus another 40 or so things to try. Kaitlin paid $1 to buy an
decorate a gingerbread man ...
... t catch on
more broadly with the group. Surely people don’t still believe someone is at
risk of losing his soul when he sneezes and must be blessed to help prevent
that from happening. Folks, it’s not polite, it’s just dumb. Think about it!
The second attraction I visited in the area is the
Brandywine Museum, a museum entirely showcasing the works of the Wyeths and
their circle, a family of three generations of painters based ...
I queued on the 'sidewalk' with everyone for the bus. It was pretty chilly which wasn't fun! The bus started loading at 8:15pm and left at 8:30pm. As we left New York I caught a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty! It was so exciting to see, I can't quite describe how I felt, but I could imagine how the immigrants felt on the ships arriving to Ellis Island and that was the ...