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... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...
... geese, chickens, quail, pheasant, donkeys, mules and swans. Normal farm animals.
Well, we thought that initially, until we came upon what they call, "Alternate Livestock."
They give you a ride through the fields and forests area around the farm. They have some odd animals for an Amish farm. A Peacock, Macaws, blue and gold and scarlet, Cockatoo and Japanese Imperial Koi. Okay, not ...
... She ran into the trailer and told her father I was going to call the police.
Out came an angry, 20-something man who promptly told me it wasn't any of my (fill in the blank) business and to get the blank of his site and take my blanking dog with me.
Needless to say, I told him it was my business and that I will call the police if it continues. I'm not sure if he was unaccustomed ...
... fun, but driving a motorhome in the rain and wind can give the steadiest of drivers the willies.
So we hit the road, and hoped for the best. The radar on my weather app showed a big storm moving east. We were driving west, right into it. But the storm track changed and we had a sunny drive the whole trip. We did run into some construction, but who doesn't ? Its ...
The packing is finished, we've done a final weather check, located the passports, and we're as ready as we're going to be! We're looking forward to a hot day in the city tomorrow as we check out the new 9/11 Museum, grab some Tasty-D and maybe make our way to Megan's favorite bakery in Chinatown. We shall see what the week-end ...
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