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One day Ben and I drove out to Ronks, Pennyslvania which is southeast of Lancaster. I really wanted to get out of town and explore the Amish in their element.
We went to a touristy place called the Amish Village. We did a short tour of a former Amish home, viewing their kitchen and learning about what kinds of appliances they could use. There were gas lamps, cast iron stoves that burned wood for fuel, a refrigerator ...
... more like body wash and deodorant lol, so found a Kmart people looked at me like I was lost or something but got what I needed and left. Found an indoor food market run by the Amish so grabbed a pretzel , and a massive cheesecake and headed back. Booked up some excursions , Niagara Falls for 3 days , camping in a national park , going to a beach house for a party , heading up to Syracuse , New ...
... to the art museum, and I was looking forward to running up the steps like Rocky, but they were closed to set up for a concert next week. At Tracy's recommendation, I went to a place called the Reading Terminal Market, which was very similar to the Milwaukee public market that I wrote about while I was there, only the Philadelphia version was a lot bigger and a lot busier. I got a sandwich from a stand that ...
... in and got into our room. The room was tiny compared to the last Mexican hotel. We got settled and got to bed. Through the night I kept waking up to heaps of noise though the hotel, our window opened out into the centre courtyard and you could here voices like they were in our room. After the first nights noise I was sure we would move on quickly but we had not noticed our window was wide open the whole night letting all the noise of the hotel into our room. Silly us for not even ...
... travelled back to that garden to see it overflowing with green plants! There was still work to be done – we mulched pathways, planted more flowers and thinned out the corn that was growing thick and green – but to see such a project from start to "finish" with an enthusiastic community support infused us with the greatest feeling of accomplishment. It was an epic way to end a project round. Then tool check-ins, wrap up with the Office of Civic ...