Beaver Creek Farm Cabins/Cottages
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We left Kutztown with overcast skies and headed to our favorite campsite south of Strasburg. Since we tow the Jeep I had to drive the mini which cuts into my snoozing or reading time. It wasn't a long drive maybe close to 2 hours. After we set up, rested and ate a snack we headed to our favorite Amish stand for fresh bread and sticky buns. We went looking for a Dominos store but it had closed so we found the Pizza Hut (yes Thursday is Pizza Nite). Terry ordered then ...
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The rainy weather is not helping with the final preparations as running between the raindrops is not fun, but hopefully sunny weather is in our future.
We added a storage box to the back of the motorhome to give us more living space inside by keeping infrequently used items in the box instead of inside, but available when we need them. This allows us to carry more tools in case they ...
... We saw a bunch of Amish people in Tennessee and Luke kept calling the men "gnomes". So he was super happy. We walked through the barn area and they even had some pretty peacocks. The kids were probably most excited about the Amish candy we got :) Onward to Washington DC! Made it...dinner with an old friend and the kids are fast asleep before 8! A record by a landslide this ...
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 ...
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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 ...