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We also got to tour the one-room school house, which is still how schools are run in the Amish communities. Children would only attend school until 8th grade and then what schooling they did have after that was all vocational in order to teach them how to do various jobs on the farm or around the house.
We learned A LOT!
The Amish had fled Europe from religious persecution (Catholics and Protestants thought the ...
... was held in a really cool old wooden fairground stadium type place , horses were ok but the highlight was the fact there was a stall selling deepfried cheesecake , Oreos and peanut butter And a jaguar xkr in full Union Jack livery ?!! So the evening we had a meal in the sunshine outside and a few beers watched some tv and I'm fading fast so I'm now going to get some sleep. Til next time Night y'all . ...
... a daughter into college the same day). For dinner I ate some stuffed tortellini with Vodka sauce, with 2.5 chicken sausage links cut into it, almost a whole roll of cheese focaccia bread that was about 12" across, and a chicken breast left over from Mike & Jeannie's dinner. It was a lot. Tomorrow I'll bike about halfway to Baltimore, and I don't expect it to be too eventful, about 50 miles. Enjoy the ...
... experienced what happens when the fire alarm goes off during a theatrical presentation at the Constitution Center. Today was a lot of fun, we spent the day walking around Old City Philadelphia, saw Independence Hall and ended up at the Seaport Museum at Penn's Landing. The last two days have also prompted us to revisit the classic movie musical 1776 as well as the PBS show Liberty's Kids. After having the soundtrack of the former stuck in my head all day. I would like to ...
... a dirt-walled fortress) and George Washington's headquarters, where he and Martha lived during that winter. However, besides the house that Washington used for his headquarters, there is almost nothing original in the area. During the height of the encampment, there were thousands of huts, a blacksmith shop, a commissary, etc. Within 10 years after the troops departed, everything was removed so the farmers could farm once again.
After Valley Forge, it ...