The Waynebrook Inn
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... needs of two senior dogs who have never done their business outside their own backyards ,even on frequent walks. These same two dogs have never been anywhere overnight except in the kennel owned by their groomer about 11 miles from home. Sincerely hoping that I will be pleasantly surprised with their reaction to traveling such a distance and so long a time ...
... called the Amish Country. Amish and Mennonites live in many states and their populations in northern Ohio and northeastern Indiana are of similar size to Pennsylvania, but the Amish Country in Pennsylvania is the best known.
The Amish were pacifists and early Anabaptists (believers in adult Baptism) at odds with the military authorities and state religions in Lutheran and Catholic principalities in Germany during the 1700s. Many migrated ...
... through, and there's plenty still to be seen as I travel.
This is a light day, just Watkins Glen NY to Lancaster PA, I chose a scenic route which paid big dividends for Sunday travelling in a fairly busy part of the country. Through to Elmira was pleasant driving...
I stopped at Horseheads to have a bite to eat and then pointed the van south into Pennsylvania. I was to be ...
... wash all those clothes without a washing machine or dryer! That on top of harvesting their fields without a combine harvester but using horses and ploughs. The Amish people are so busy working they get up at 4am in the morning!
The Amish make a living from farming, growing crops to feed their families, some of which they sell plus the growing of tobacco as a cash crop. The whole family work from a young age be it working on the ...
... departures of the campers. I and a few others were leaving at 5.30am to help Penn with their airport runs so since I was on duty until 1am it meant 4 hours sleep…yay! I had to be packed up completely so my stuff would be taken to Haverford where we were moving for the night as Villanova had us out the minute camp finished. At 5.30am I went down to the lobby and waited with Mandy but it took 30 minutes before the guy taking us (who was the same guy ...