Diane is enamored with the Amish and while she knows they don't want or like to have their photo taken, she tried to get some without showing their faces - like while they were driving their buggies down the road. We were in a moving truck, so none of those photos turned out. However, we did stop at a hardware store and a horse & buggy was parked in the lot she got that photo.
I bought a few things for myself there, and surprisingly, they are not primitive or hand made. I am also falling in love with Shabby Cottage Chic and bought these items separately at different shops and put together this 'gathering'.
I love going into Kings Acres and Kings Impressions where they have a real knack for their display gatherings. Just beautiful. Their bedroom furniture is to die for (sigh).
My sister and I at Kitchen Kettle Village facing the farmland.
We also took Diane to Hershey World. Believe it or not, we did not buy any candy but she did buy a tie dyed sweatshirt for her little grandson. Look at us...we do NOT need candy :/
Another stop we made was in the Harrisburg area where we spent the night at Howard Johnson's. Next door is the Lancaster Brewing Co. where we had dinner and drinks. I love the Strawberry Wheat which is what both Diane and I had and Tom prefers Milk Stout.
On the boardwalk in Atlantic City
Until next time