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Sunday here in Lancaster is a pretty quiet day. We knew that none of the Amish attractions/businesses would be open, so we planned to have a bit of a quiet day as the last two weeks of the trip are the busiest.
After a day in the car yesterday, I got in an early morning run this morning before breakfast. We decided that it would be a good idea to do a bit of a self guided tour among the farming communities. So ...
... smell in the air is the smell of horse ****. From the buggy horses dropping it all the time, to the natural fertilizer that the Amish use, the air is thick with dung. That's country living for you.
We have decided to do two nights here and have booked a tour of the Amish community for Monday Morning first thing. We have Monday and Tuesday already booked in Washington, and Friday booked for Savannah so we have a bit of driving to do Wednesday through to ...
... out a bit of information about the surrounding countryside. They suggested we would get a good understanding of the Amish and Mennonite people if we went to their information stop and watched a film then we could visit their farms and the surrounding countryside. We followed their suggestions and in the process and even with a map we managed to get lost down many of the country roads. We ended up in a small town called Intercourse, where we had ...
The way out of DC was a nightmare due to road blocks and heavy storms. Late in the evening we finally arrived in our B & B in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The reward for the tiring ride was a very warm welcome by the friendly host family and a spacious, lovely room. After an amazing home-made breakfast the weather got friendlier at last and we explored the thriving Amish community in the area. The traditional lifestyle is ...
... or powered machinery. The horse is their source of power... God too, I'm thinking, for sure.
The terrain is rolling hills with hardwood trees between farms. We went through a portion of York, PA on a two lane road and then over the Susquehanna River. It's a very broad stream of brown, slow-moving water. Traffic was rather heavy, in spite of the time of day and the fact that it's Easter.
Our campground today is ...
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