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... of the towns we went through is called Intercourse, true story. You can get all sorts of nic nacs and tee shirts with I love Intercourse on them, I have got a Amish magazine to prove my story. Am living seeing all the pumpkins everywhere, just all over the place.
did you know a grizzly bear can smell a jar of peanut past up to 3 miles away?
We learnt a lot about the Amish people today. Although they don't have any mod cons, it is ...
... Stephanie and little Danica. Our next adventure was going up the CN Tower. We decided to try and get ahead of the rush hour traffic and head for our next destination - Niagara Falls. We spent Wednesday in Niagara. Chris and Clark went on the boat cruise (formerly the Maid of the Mist) and we went and had a short visit with Grandma Brown. We met up again around noon, drove down to the Rapids and did the walk down along side the ...
... 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 ...
... to escape persecution. They do not have a churches or a formal clergy and meet for religious services in members’ homes. There is no central authority as in Roman Catholic or Mormon churches so each community sets its own rules and standards and accepts varying degrees of modernity and interaction with the broader population, so it’s difficult to generalize about aspects of Amish and Mennonite life. Most avoid electricity in their homes, ...
... around the station. There is a few shops and things, a 15” gauge (or so) Miniature railway and also a pump car you can have a turn on. El and I had fun on the pump car and then went for a ride on the miniature railway. It was pulled by a Cagney loco, it was funny to think that the miniature locomotive was much older than the other steam locos in action that day. It was good fun and by the end of our trip the 1pm train was in the platform.
We boarded our first class ...