ON TO INTERCOURSE!
We drove through the first snow flurries of our season to get to Intercourse,
minutes at all the bridges there that we would be short a few days on our allotted schedule! So, we
only visited a few.
“Where she takin’ us now?” he asked angrily over the walkie-talkie.
“We’ll soon be on I-81,”
If there are two things you need to trust in life it’s your compass and your navigation system. We were soon back on the road, and luckily we only paid one more toll before making it on into Lancaster, otherwise, Ron may have parted company with us in short order!
Finally, we were unloaded at the Country Inn and soon sitting in the adjacent bar and restaurant, cooling off with a Yuengling.
I would have loved to spend a little more time in the area, but you can only see so many Amish farms and covered bridges in couple of days. Everyone enjoyed walking around Intercourse and touching all the craft merchandise. While the Dragons did a little more of this than we could stand, us Knights drove around until we found a sign advertising cheese for sale.
We learned during the lecture at the Amish Village that most of the Amish cheese was made in
Inside there was a nice young Amish teenager helping a customer in his stocking feet. He was very friendly and looked nice with his “bowl-cut” hair cut, suspenders, and multi-colored plaid shirt.
“Did you all make it?” Ron asked.
“No sir,” he answered.
“Was it made in
“Oh no, we buy down at the store,” the young man said without shame.
After passing road killed deer number 50, we finally saw the
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