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... a Strawberry Margarita. Gabrielle had the same steak as Marie with sweet potato and applesauce, the girls had steak bites, Chey with fries and Mackenzie with applesauce. The Margaritas were HUGE - literally couldn't pick them up. The staff come and sang to anyone who is celebrating a birthday - we heard 5 including Cheyenne. $90 all up.
We took a longish way one buying gas, looking for a mag for Dixie and taking Mackenzie home. Got home about 9.30.
... in time for dinner where Jeff’s wife Jane and her new daughter-in-law Kayla put together a beautiful spread of salsas, guacamole, fruit salad, black bean quesadillas, and homemade cherry chocolate-chip ice cream! They live next to quite a few Amish farms that have been in that area for decades. Jeff and Ann took us on a driving tour through the rolling hills of farmland that passed through two covered bridges that we stopped and ...
... boys, women next and girls last. Women sew all clothing for the family except some underwear and work in the home an average of 15 hours a day! I don't think I want to convert. Also stopped at Kettle Kitchen in the town called Intercourse and browsed the markets there. It was music day and their 60th anniversary. Saw a few Amish folk including a three piece band and many horse-drawn carriages in the ...
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 ...
... with lots of tacky souvenior shops, t shirt shops and tours that are obviousy not authentic. We stayed overnight in a rather dodgy place called Old Amish Inn. We stopped in as it was convenient. Only the first word in the name was accurate. The main drag is just like any street in a big town with the usual shops, lots of outlet malls and restaurants. That night we had dinner at another american chain that my mum recommeded-Cracker ...
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