Yogi Bear'S Jellystone Park Camp-Resort
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It had not been a very good night. Neither of us could get any sleep. A big trailer had parked right next to us in the Wal-Mart and it spent the whole night idling. At around 2am, Chris got up and actually moved our Westy farther from it but the damage was done and our night was shot. The Wal-Marts are really well lit but usually they close the parking lot lights after the store closes. ...
... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...
We are finally getting to use our newly purchased used motorhome. We purchased a motorhome to make it easier to travel with our 16 year old cat, Ember, who has a number of health issues and needs daily medication. Hopefully she will be comfortable in her home on wheels, and enjoy being with us.
All that is left is the final packing of the motorhome before we set out tomorrow morning.
This is our shakedown journey, so we hope all goes well. ...
... 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 ...
... easy work – except for the black flies that decided to start their 3-week assault on the Maine coast that day. And they LOVE scented shampoo, so guess who had them all over my head! That long hair came in handy though, shielding my face, even if it did look silly. The sun and a light breeze thinned them out later in the morning, but I did get bit a couple times. Poor Jen still got the brunt of it when she arrived, as they apparently like dark clothing as well and ...