Inn at Kitchen Kettle Village
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... for. The streets were clean and the gardens well tended.
Wilmington's Market Street was quite attractive and there were a number of buildings related to Du Pont. We stopped at a shopping centre and bought cheese to add some variety to our rolls for lunch - today will be ham,tomato and cheese!
Decided to head for the Lancaster region. The Lancaster Pike goes through a residential area with greenery along the sides. It was a very pleasant drive along Route 41 ...
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 ...
... smelting pig iron located near iron deposits and the largest forested area in southeastern Pennsylvania. Abandoned for about five decades, the historic site became part of NPS in 1938 when it was fixed up by the Civilian Conservation Corps while it was replanting the area’s denuded forests.
The park includes the historic buildings like the industrial facilities, workers’ housing, barns, and the large ...
... a bit of produce and fruit!
It is now 88 degrees and humid so we head back to campsite. At 3pm we head over to see the musical play Noah. It is quite religious but probably the most dramatic scene set we have ever experienced. With the animals and the surround setting of the Ark stage this is a must see!
After the show we go for a traditional Amish dinner and have Meat loaf and mashed potatoes and roast beef and mashed potatoes! Good meal and cheap!
... town full of craft stores selling exactly the same things you might find in Olinda. Although at $900 the quilts were a little pricier. Sad to discover that :( After our first Reuben sandwich and a taste of shoo-fly pie (ingredients; flour, sugar, butter in various combinations), some cookies for the road we high tailed it outta ...