Lancaster Amish Country Travelodge
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... butterflys. Unfortunately we had only been there about 10 minutes when there was a flash of lightning and security said we had to evacuate. We explored the garden a bit more (including finding a Kangaroo Paw) until it started raining again. We sheltered in the gift shop for a while but eventually decided it was unlikely to stop long enough to reopen the Butterfly House so we headed home. The kids can come back for free another time to complete their treasure ...
... two rivaling spots. I parked and let him walk around to check out both places (Geno’s and Pat’s, see pics below) before making a final decision on Pat’s which looked more local then touristy like Geno’s. Your choices when ordering are "wit onion or wit-out" and “wit provolone or cheese whiz”. Blake went wit onion and wit cheese whiz and devoured it before we even made it back on the highway! We made it ...
... boys, women next and girls last. Women sew all clothing for the family except some underwear and work in the home an average of 15 hours a day! I don't think I want to convert. Also stopped at Kettle Kitchen in the town called Intercourse and browsed the markets there. It was music day and their 60th anniversary. Saw a few Amish folk including a three piece band and many horse-drawn carriages in the ...
We left Front Royal early to visit Bill Havlik, a friend of Michaels. He lives near Leesburg, and on our way to Lancaster. After spending the morning with Bill we grabbed some lunch in Leesburg then drove onto Lancaster. We arrived late in the afternoon. Our hotel was in the middle of town so we wandered around then had dinner at an Irish Pub close to our hotel. Next morning we strolled across the road to the Farmers Markets, the oldest markets in ...
... on a trade by age 15. As a teenager there are a few years where they can 'check out the real world', and decide whether they want to leave the Amish way or remain to be baptised into the faith to live by Amish laws for the remainder of their life.
90 of teenagers choose to stay!
Its our first day of constant rain as we began our road trip from lancaster to pittsburgh. There's a ...
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