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... those vibrating things to tell us when it was out turn. At TRS while you are waiting for a table you eat peanuts out of the shell and throw the shells on the floor. WE had done that for about 15 minutes when Our thing vibrated and we had a table. The steaks displayed on the way in were huge. I had a half set of barbecued ribs with a salad and fresh steamed vegetables and a Sangria Margarita, Marie had an 8oz sirloin with fresh vegetables, mashed potatoes and ...
... in. It was about a 10 mile loop of some of the best scenery we’ve seen so far and it was right at sunset which made for perfect picture taking. A few beers and some good patio conversation made for a lovely evening. Jeff and Jane’s sons Josh and Jon were nice enough to join us as well and we really enjoyed hanging with them (I haven’t seen them since I was very young!) They also have a huge mastiff named Nero who was a lot ...
... their whiskers shaved and once they marry they grow and never cut their beard - but never have a moustache. Once girls turn 12 they no longer use buttons and have to pin themselves into their clothing every day with straight pins - the ones you might use to hold material together before sewing! Each family may have six to eight children and at gatherings, as space is limited, they eat in shifts - men ...
... key fob for a 1999 Landcruiser, so need to order one. Won't be in until Monday morning. So until then we'll have to keep fussing with the two pieces of the key. Note to self: bring extra car key on future road trips!
So on Saturday we got up and running to a town called Morgantown, which is located up near Reading, which is northeast of here. On the way, we drove through New Holland, which is not only the city where the ...
... alive and apart from their farms, they run plenty of antique and handicraft shops (their quilts are famous!) as well as restaurants and bakeries. Amish cuisine is hearty and rich and they are experts in preparing pickles, jams, meats and pretzels. Also the people are helpful, friendly and very religious - the world seems still ok in a simple, old-fashioned way.
We were the first visitors of the year at the historic ...
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