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... small and it is difficult to tell them apart from other farms until you see the horse drawn buggies and farm equipment.
I had found a website which gave driving routes for covered bridges and joined into one of the trails at Strasburg. Most of the bridges are still in use. Many that we saw were badly affected by the flood waters caused by Hurricane Agnes in 1972. Most have now been raised above the flood height.
Zook bridge roadway was 6 1/2 feet under water but ...
... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
More Amish photos to come
The American National Park System has over 300 units which range from the famous major national parks to smaller national monuments and a large number of historic sites such as Civil War battlefields and presidential homes. There's one unit in southeastern Pennsylvania that shows up on the list and maps that I’ve long wondered about but heard nothing – Hopewell Furnace National Historic Park.
The name les me to ...
... vengeful, angry, mean God or gods reveal something about themselves. But the Amish, despite their old-world ways, have always seemed peaceful and innocuous enough, neither trying to convert you to their ways nor condemning you to hell for not being part of them.
The Amish are a popular tourist attraction and the area has a bit of a theme park atmosphere in summer with lots of Amish farm attractions open for visitors, horse-n-buggy rides, petting ...
... market and craft shops (plus more buggies). We bought a Shoofly Pie to take home for Tudor and Meg. After that we went in search of the covered bridges and back up to the main road again. One more rainy stop off at Intercourse (doesn't matter how many times you hear the name, it's still funny) where we spent far too long in one shop sampling all their relishes and jams. Today Dean and I walked around to The Mill at Anselma. Just a half hour ...