Random, I know. But a family friend’s wedding brought me to one of the most interesting places I have ever been in the States. Certainly some beauty mixed with old school Colonialism and urban life.

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We started in Philadelphia, had some cheesesteaks, cruised the city, saw the liberty bell, etc.

We then headed to Lancaster, out in the country where the wedding was held [on a farm (: ], where we saw colonial era bridges, Amish buggies, and some domestic animal life.


One thought on “Pennsylvania…

  1. shelly

    How respectful of you not to show Amish pics. It was a great experience meeting you at the train station, covered bridges, and a fantastic hotel…yummy vanilla vodka


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