Olde Amish Inn
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... King and Queen Seat. This huge rock outcrop above Deer Creek provided great views in the waning daylight. It’s believed to have once been a ceremonial meeting place for the Susquehannock people and was suggested to us by Sandy’s uncle. We climbed around on the rocks for a bit and got some pictures then headed back. We had dinner with her family again and started getting our stuff packed ...
It had not been a very good night. Neither of us could get any sleep. A big trailer had parked right next to us in the Wal-Mart and it spent the whole night idling. At around 2am, Chris got up and actually moved our Westy farther from it but the damage was done and our night was shot. The Wal-Marts are really well lit but usually they close the parking lot lights after the store closes. ...
... br> process of making chocolate bars, kisses and pieces. This takes about 10
minutes and you disembark where you got on then are lured into a large store
with all the candies made by Hershey and a plethora of kitschy flotsam like key
chains, footballs, shirts, coffee mugs ....... Everything!
We then decided that we would head to our camping site - Hershey
Campground. It was raining when we left and it ...
... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...
... heard of before and apple flavors I’ve never experienced.
The Amish practice old-fashioned small scale agriculture rather than plating huge monoculture fields. The crops are rotated regularly, and crops are still planted to follow the contours of the hillsides. The silos on the farms remind me of those I used to see when we traveled when I was a child but I rarely see elsewhere anymore. From the smell of things it appears the Amish still ...