Yogi Bear'S Jellystone Park Camp-Resort
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... br> We visited Crystal Cave which was discovered in 1871. The countryside around it is rolling country with fantastic trees, very European - Pennsylvania is historically Dutch. Crystal Cave is named for the salts that are found on the walls, these were mistaken for diamonds when the cave was discovered much to the disappointment of the two farmers who were originally looking for Limestone. The cave has been ...
... a second boat ride, it was a great way to see the harbor and the kids loved it too! After a target run and bike riding on Aunt Linda's street we had dinner and then sang songs and played guitar by candlelight, it was a fun evening! We're now on our way to Atlantic city with only 3 hour ...
Our weekend at Beth and Darrin's - both profs at University of Delaware - was filled with outside activities. It is beautifully green everywhere! We took a walk along the creek (crossing PA, Delaware, and Maryland on the way), went cherry picking (Maryland), had a picnic and kickball game at a nearby park, and of course, the kids were in the backyard rest of the time. Max (eldest son), Beth, and Shalabh ran a ...
... The lifestyle they live is very similar to that of those in the 1820's.
The community is closed to a certain extent as in order to maintain their way of life, they like to marry within their community. Also many do not like their photos being taken or too much outside interest. They live throughout Lancaster County, not in a specific area, which means they are seen around and about.
The Amish are well known for their ...
... of us were wearing our grey and khaki uniforms! After work, all of us headed for a last tourist stop at Pemaquid Lighthouse Lighthouse and then on to our last ISP of the round a the Neighborhood Café. It was a bit of a bittersweet evening, as we had become a piece of that community for the while we were there, a little piece of a home Pat, the volunteer Colleen and I had first run into at Mass and who’d gotten us involved, gave us a big thank you during the ...