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The Road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
... earplugs. Sigh. We drove about 300 miles today, stopping for the night at Echo Valley Campground in Ravine, PA. Very pretty and quiet place, forty or so miles from Harrisburg. Tomorrow we're going to see the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania,in Strasburg. Might have some more interesting pictures tomorrow. When we get to the campground tomorrow, I WILL remember to ask for the pass code for the ...
... here and in Ohio, after they were driven out of Germany and Switzerland in the early 1900s.
Our evening was spent learning about the culture as a part of the 'Amish experience' and the first task on the way to the event was to try to spot the buggies out and about on the roads. Amish people are not allowed to own cars and they get about using horse and cart, otherwise known as a buggy. They can also use other forms of transport that are slower than ...
... attraction since it's discovery. There are stalagmites & stalactites which are thousands of years old.
On our way home, we came across Cabela's - it was Russell's lucky day as he has been hanging out to see one since we've been here and all of a sudden there one was. It is the most amazing shop, an indoor paradise for hunters. It was like a museum with lots of life sized stuffed American ...
What a travel back into time. Goin to the O. Winston Link Museum was so awesome. It brought. Back many a train ride I made. My memory was when I was six years old. We lived in Zachary Louisiana about twenty miles from Baton Rouge. Mama would take me to dance class once a week by train. Some times we went by train to go shopping. I made many a trip traveling by train after I was married. ...