White Oak Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... past and they were just great...2 were fairly new! We'll see if all is as we remembered.
I probably will not post anything more till we arrive in Laughlin, NV on the 15th. You all stay safe & stay well & we'll "talk" with you later!
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... fallen in love with that rocking chair we had in our room at the farm). There we find THE rocking chair that speaks to us: Take me, Take me! The price is reasonable, given the nice look, good handmade quality and materials (oak and hickory). Then Fiona spots the fitting little wood table that goes along with the chair - and we get in trouble: ...
... next town, Berlin. Visiting an Amish bakery, a local cheese factory with tasting, the Wendall-August Metal Imprinting shop, and a herritage center to get some more information about the Amish and Mennonite culture.
People in this area are extremely crafty, lots of local produce, hand-made furniture, arts+crafts, all reasonably priced.
... of going to. Next year the group meets in Las Cruces, NM which is the area of my very first childhood vacation memories when I was about three or four years old. In 2017 the convention will be held in Massachusetts close to the Vermont border (one of the 9 states I still have yet to visit). I am so looking forward to these trips!
So...we were heading into the heart of Amish Country. As we got closer to ...
... to take home. The nearby cheese factory was much more touristy and commercial, decked out as a Swiss Inn, but producing a good range of cheese. We decided that was a good start so headed to our accommodation next. Unbeknownst to us, it turned out to be an interesting choice as well, our trip was really looking up. It was an big old Amish barn which had been converted to a bed and breakfast. It was owned and operated by an old ex-Amish couple, the wife and ...