Penns Woods Inn Manheim
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... have a phone box across the road, that amused me. As teenagers they can go and sow their wild oats before they decide if they want to stay Amish and if so get baptised into the church and adopt the lifestyle. So is not unusual to see young ones out having a good time!! They are also not averse to asking for a lift in your car if it suits them. Funny people.
we had an traditional Amish feast tonight, just the best food, I feel like a ...
Our driver and friend, Bill Krouse, picked us up at home and drove us to Dulles Airport in Virginia. We left home about 2:30 pm and arrived at Dulles Airport at about 5:00 pm. The traffic wasn't too bad. We ate dinner at Old Dominion Brewing Company in the airport. The next stop is ...
... surprised at how quickly the landscape changed into rolling hills and wide open fields with predominantly corn crops grown by the Amish people. We had supper at the local Texas Roadhouse and called it a night. Our first day (Friday) was more than a full one starting with a two hour horse and buggy tour which stopped at two Amish run businesses which showcased the Amish quilting talents and other handcrafts. Our guide Ben was a proud ...
... guides so I jump in one led by Lonny the pony driven by Daveid, my Amish guide. I don’t know if Daveid was having an off day, or if he thought I wasn’t interested, or if the American reviewers didn’t want as much information as me… but I DID notice the cows he pointed out to me already. And that there was a dairy farm ahead. And that we were passing corn. I didn’t know there was tobacco in the barn we passed though. So ...
... expression, we learned how to relax and just “chat”, we learned many details about many random people’s lives – some details solicited, others not but packed away for possible future anecdotes! We’re fixin’ to be friendly and chatty when we get back!!
We’ll miss US schools. The kids were challenged and they grew. We had so many fun evenings discussing school and school politics and observing ...