Enjoy your visit to Amish country, but be sure to follow the 'golden rule' and treat the Amish and their property the way that you would wish to be treated. This statement from a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Visitor's Bureau brochure sums it up well: "While you talk and mingle with the Amish, please remember that they are not actors or spectacles, but ordinary people who choose a different way of life."
Whether you shop for local Amish-made goods and furniture, stay overnight at a quaint bed and breakfast tucked under an authentic Amish quilt, stop by local roadside stands set ...
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Dave here, enjoying the fall beauty, and thinking about chickens and eggs. My usual four-mile walk takes me
past a farm that is close enough to the road to get a good view of the cows, hogs, sheep, and chickens that roam around the pastures.
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Walnut Creek Cheese was founded on the principle that we should treat each other the way we want to be treated. For Walnut Creek Cheese, it’s worked. Over the years the company has developed a reputation for honesty and integrity. Their commitment to their customers has allowed the store, steeped in nostalgia to become a destination for visitors as well as a regular stop for locals who might need to pick up a loaf of bread, a gallon of milk or stock up on groceries for the coming week.
Walnut Creek Cheese offers a unique shopping experience that ...
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