Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Somerset
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Stopped at an Amish Farm to shop. They let the venders set up and sell their stuff along side the Amish goods. We even saw them giving rides to kids on the pony pulled cart. We had fried peach pies and pretzels, and an Amish Boy tried to sell us a bunny. The Horse was churning ice cream he looked so bored. The stoves were powered by propane and they made all the food while you waited. Allana said the pretzel was the best she was ever eaten. My peach pie was to die for ...
... just about wore us out! But it was a great afternoon experience, and the weather was beautiful (around 80 degrees). Then drove on to our stopping spot for the night (London, KY), and had dinner at a local restaurant. We had some of the local fare...fried catfish, fried okra, sweet potato fries!! All delicious! And no, not EVERYthing we ate tonight was fried. ...
... for us.
I had the best large Chicken Pot Pie for $4.49 at a Mom and Pop eatery while travelling North this evening to Lexington. Our 6 full days in Jamestown just raced by and we are now overnight in B & K's Condo ready for another drive tomorrow on our South to North journey of Kentucky, into another state . Ohio is where Ken is working on the totalisator for a Country race meeting and fair. Oh my, Barb ...
... br> I had the best chicken pot pie for $4.49 at a Mom and Pop eatery while travelling North this evening to Lexington. Our 6 full days in Jamestown just raced by and we are now overnight in B & K's Condo, ready for another drive tomorrow on our 'South to North' journey of Kentucky, into another State . Ohio is where Ken is working on the totallisator for 2 days at the country race meeting and fair. Oh my!! Barb says she and I are going dressed ...
... Carolina. We stayed in a town called Gastonia, just west of their capitol city Charlotte. I think the only thing North Carolina is famous for is farming peaches. We didn’t get any peaches.
Saturday was a drive north west into the Great Smoky Mountains. It was a ripping drive and we got to pull over and take some close up shots of elk on the side of the road. We had other stops along the way, including at the state border between North Carolina ...