Country Hearth Inn Lancaster
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... we have been warned to expect up to five inches of rain. Oh well what can I do, nothing other that stay put.
off to Washington for a couple of days tomorrow, with a bit of luck should be my turn in the front seat. After getting over my malaise I have really got back into it the last couple of days and loving it all, such beautiful country Canada and America, just love it, don't want it to end.
Our driver and friend, Bill Krouse, picked us up at home and drove us to Dulles Airport in Virginia. We left home about 2:30 pm and arrived at Dulles Airport at about 5:00 pm. The traffic wasn't too bad. We ate dinner at Old Dominion Brewing Company in the airport. The next stop is ...
... surprised at how quickly the landscape changed into rolling hills and wide open fields with predominantly corn crops grown by the Amish people. We had supper at the local Texas Roadhouse and called it a night. Our first day (Friday) was more than a full one starting with a two hour horse and buggy tour which stopped at two Amish run businesses which showcased the Amish quilting talents and other handcrafts. Our guide Ben was a proud ...
... or crops, it was very interesting watching fields been ploughed by a crew of 4-6 horses very carefully managed by the farm hands. A teenage girl guiding a team of horse with a large trailer full of maze. Had some homemade ice cream very yummy. Well folks you are not going to believe this the the dairy farm has a drive through window where the locals get milk, butter, cream etc quite a weird thing to see on an Amish farm. We explore the country kettle centre in the town ...
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