Beaver Creek Farm Cabins/Cottages
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... tour and it was great to see how these people were taking care of these beautiful animals. Our tour finished up a little after 2 and we started heading back to Maryland. But before we headed back to her relatives’ house, we stopped back at Rocks State Park and went to the Rock Ridge Picnic Area. It was getting late and we didn’t have a lot of time, so we quickly hiked the red ...
... needed to be fixed asap! I think Chris and I definitely like open spaces and quiet nights so we headed to a campsite in Pennsylvania. We drove through Newark which took forever and I think Chris got every red light possible. Our 3.5hour drive became a 5hour drive because of all the traffic. We stopped at a farmers Market to stock up on veggies but overall we just drove. I think Chris was so ...
... br> process of making chocolate bars, kisses and pieces. This takes about 10
minutes and you disembark where you got on then are lured into a large store
with all the candies made by Hershey and a plethora of kitschy flotsam like key
chains, footballs, shirts, coffee mugs ....... Everything!
We then decided that we would head to our camping site - Hershey
Campground. It was raining when we left and it ...
Today was all about trains. We got a leisurely start to our day and headed down to the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. We are staying within sight of it and the Strasburg Railroad. At the museum we wandered through the collection of preserved railroad equipment. I'm very impressed at the size of the collection and the building that houses it, its huge. There is an assortment of engines, freight cars,and passenger cars. Some of ...
... I have never paid enough attention to what was available!
The museum had examples of toy trains from about the 1840’s onwards. The earliest were wooden pull along the floor with string. By 1860’s some have clockwork mechanisms, 1870’s they started making track for them to run on! 1880’s live steam started becoming popular but were expensive and pretty much out of fashion by 1920’s where Lionel’s electric powered sets were becoming the ...