Scottish Inn Shartlesville
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We had a fantastic day yesterday meeting some Amish people. We went to 2 families's farms. They are very hard working people who live a simple life. The countryside is gorgeous and our hotel is surrounded by ...
The American National Park System has over 300 units which range from the famous major national parks to smaller national monuments and a large number of historic sites such as Civil War battlefields and presidential homes. There's one unit in southeastern Pennsylvania that shows up on the list and maps that I’ve long wondered about but heard nothing – Hopewell Furnace National Historic Park.
The name les me to ...
... 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 ...
... animals. A very large aquarium, so many types of large fish.
Dinner out again that night to the same restaurant as last night because it was so good. A most unfortunate thing happened to our waitress on her first night, her drinks tray over balanced and she wore the red wine down her front and spilt the beer over Georgie and broke a glass. Poor girl, who was probably in her early 20's, was ...
away. Now our eyes won’t leave her for a second.
After vavo and vavoo, Al’s mom and dad, settled
down, it was a lobster fest at vavo’s house, sort of like the last supper with
Al’s daughter and aunt. Belly’s full and naps taken, I was still shaken up and
full of nerves that needed release, so I decided to go for my 3-mile walk.
Walking does relieve stress, so off I went to distress. Nevertheless, did I