I did take a few photos. Not very many but just enough to prove I suppose that I was there!
Here is myself with my sister a top a hay round. I am on the right of your screen in red, and my sister is in brown. Proving, I need a diet. (which I am embarking on like, today. ick!)
There is not too much to do in our neck of the woods. Lots of walking and observing of the local Amish/Mennonite/Hudderite populations.
They seem to be quite social, as the buggies and wagonloads of folks never really stopped coming at all hours of the day and night. I remember this from childhood, but because we lived “in town” seeing the buggies was less common.
Fairly Bucolic, really. and very peaceful.
I can see why people enjoy the scenery of Pennsylvania.
And we also remember exactly why we don’t live there anymore!!!
Indoors there is the main attraction…the new 7 months old mow, Kitten!
That has got to be one of the more tolerant kittens out there…
I will admit, despite the mild weather and all, up there, it really is good to be home. Home is very very quiet.
Oh oh I did run while I was up there. New Distance record since surgery was able to run 1.5 miles in 17 minutes. I am actually thinking hard about a small local 5K on December 10th. we’ll see. I mean 1.5 is half the distance!