Wednesday, August 21, 2013

a postcard from Lancaster, Pennsylvania ...

We have spent several weeks on the road...
logged over 8000 kilometers...


...and passed by many fellow travelers along the way.

At times we would stop and chat.
For the most part...
they are a friendly lot!

Earlier this week...
we had the chance to meet up with a good blogging friend of mine...
to meet her husband as well...
and be the recipient of their very warm hospitality.
What a treat along the trail!
I'll tell you all about it...
once I'm back at home.

Today we are off to see Philadelphia.
Before long this leg of our 'Road Trip USA' will be over.

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19 comments:

  1. Wonder what Amish thought of you "English" hauling around your house on wheels.
    Seems like it was a fast trip!

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  2. I really want to visit Lancaster, PA {sigh} maybe someday! Enjoy the rest of your journey!

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  3. Judy - that is a great picture!!!! Can't wait to hear all about your encounter with a blog friend :).

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  4. Take me along on this leg of your journey. That scene is so peaceful to me. I sure hope to make that one of our destinations one day. Isn't it nice to have friends along the way!

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  5. The perfect postcard shot! Love it...

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  6. Great photo, complete with the horse droppings on the road. Very realistic. What fun you are having on your trip - lots of miles, lots of visits.

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  7. And now you get to come home via 'Road Trip Canada'? Looking forward to more pics!

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  8. Great photo! Isn't it nice to meet blog friends!

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  9. I wish I were with you...have not been in Amish country for years!
    Lucky girl, you!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  10. You pack a lot into a vacation! You will surely need a vacation to recover from this one. Love Amish country...so beautiful there. Enjoy Philadelphia.

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  11. And you have miles to go before you sleep...I'm thinking you might be heading back home through Canada? I'm sure you'll keep us posted. Enjoy the rest of your journey!

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  12. Lovely postcard, Judy! People travel for miles or kilometers : ) to see this kind of scene and I get to enjoy it every day. I'm slightly disappointed I didn't have an opportunity for you to sign my Celebrations. Continue enjoying your travels and thanks for sharing your adventures via postcards.

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  13. That is a great photo Judy. Nice to capture a full buggy on the road. Enjoy the journey.

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  14. What a great photo Judy! I want to go on a road trip!! You must be having a great time and so many wonderful photo opportunities to remember your trip by! Awesome!

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  15. I can't wait to hear more about all your travels. Your postcards as always...are lovely. Thank you for sending them.

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  16. The picture made me smile this morning. I like how your postcard pictures capture more than just scenery. Thank you for sharing bits of your fascinating trip with us. Praying for safety in the remainder of your journey.

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  17. Have just read your postcards. Sounds like you are having a wonderful trip and covering a lot of ground. Will stay tuned for the lovely details.

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  18. I loved this portion of Pennsylvania and we visited it often when our children were growing up, as they enjoyed seeing the farms and the Amish way of life.

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