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What was written in our itinerary as a night in Baltimore turned into an unexpected overnight stop in Lancaster, PA. I have cousins from Grayslake who moved out west when their dad (my Papa Wes's brother) was transferred that way to work. Jeff and Ann, my dad’s cousins, reached out to us when they heard we were traveling the east coast and we are very happy they did! Blake and I did a quick 2hr stop in Philly on our way to Lancaster where ...
Arrived in Elizabethtown, PA, at our campground Thursday mid-afternoon. The travel down from Scranton was actually pretty short. It's a little deceptive travelling in the east. You look at the map and it seems to be such a long distance from place to place, but then it really isn't. What you think will take all day is about 3 hours drive time.
We got in early enough that we were able to get camp set up, then head into Hershey ...
... men working to build a rather large hothouse on one of the farms. It sprinkled from time to time. We also went inside the rail museum, which was across the street from the train depot and gift shops. Well, big trains, what can I say? They really were beautifully displayed. And as Greg said, when we left the museum, most of the children had left the area, because the Thomas the Tank Engine activities were over for the day. I will have more pictures ...
Saturday was delightfully warm and sunny. We headed to downtown Lancaster's famous central markets. It was so nice to see the fresh produce from the area including some of the wares of local Amish folk. The kids enjoyed an authentic peanut butter or shoofly whoopie pie (two 'muffin tops' joined with creamy frosting). In the afternoon we visited with Tim & Heidi Hodge and 3 of their children. ...
... houses and how generations live together with each generation building onto the back of the house for the oldest generation to live in. So we saw some 3 generation houses. We heard how their schooling system works and how they have special permission for children to stop school at 12 and fill in log books as they learn their parents farming life or skill. The telephone sheds were ...
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