Amish Lanterns Motel
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We set out at 11ish and drove to Pennsylvania. Annette spotted a former mill she had been to with family before so we stopped and had a look around. They had interesting descriptions and artefacts, and it was a picturesque spot. I spotted a few horse drawn carriages driven by Amish folk on the way for Sunday visits, as is the custom; it is quite a sight, as they dress in traditional garb. If you ...
Bit of a sleep in and breakfast provided this morning. Didn't need to be on the bus until 8am. I told tour guide it was Aofie's 17th Birthday today and we should sing Happy Birthday to her. Livened everyone up a bit more. First stop is Amish Village in Ronks, Lancaster County Pennsylvania. An Amish farm that has been turned into a museum. Had farmhouse, barn, ...
... traditional dress is worn at all times. This is a time for teenagers to meet also. If there is a family tragedy, fire, need, etc, all families come together and rebuild, often taking only a couple of days.
Our accommodation is at The Inn at Leola Village right in the heart of Amish country in Lancaster. These are really spacious and comfortable rooms in the countryside, amongst the trees. Tonight we taste ‘Whoopee Pie" at dinner here, served by ...
Well, we did it! Today we got the RV and life just got a whole lot more interesting. Now we have about a week to get organized and packed up before we begin our adventure across the United States. So far John has driven, we'll see how long it takes before I give in and ...
... pushed it for a mile down the line at walking pace then brought it back again. There was nothing to see, the sides of the track were all overgrown with weeds, backed onto old industrial looking area of nothing in particular interest.
There was another workshop building out the back which had some of the more modern steam power inside. This was more typically ‘train museum’ – dusty hulks in tight narrow rows with little lighting! Still, the collection ...