The perfect looking piece of Shoo Fly Pie. Windmill Family Restaurant, Morgantown, PA. Spring 2016.
The back of King’s Homestead in Lancaster (the Ronks location). Inside is a country and furniture store, but out back, they have a nice fish pond which extends a lot longer than this picture shows. You can feed fish and ducks, and have a seat on their deck and relax. Summer 2017.
The exterior of the Rumspringa Brewery in Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania. Winery on the bottom, brewery, small-scale restaurant, and tasting room upstairs. Hard to believe that in a lifetime visiting the Lancaster area, this past summer was the first time I ever ventured inside. It was an awesome experience.
The simplicity and charm of the Amish roadside farm stand. Summer 2017.
When I was growing up, these cigar boxes were practically in every shop in Lancaster. They were priced at two bucks a pop. In college, my friend Brett and I would smoke these by the box. Our friend Jeff who lived out there part-time would bring boxes back for us. They were like $25 each. Now,…
Overcast skies roll in over an Amish farm in Ronks (Lancaster County), Pennsylvania.
Another view of the iconic Dutch Haven windmill in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. I don’t know—I just love this picture. August 2017.
On my way out of Dienner’s in Lancaster County for breakfast one morning, I lurched my camera through the window (with permission) to get a shot of some of the most kick-ass homefries you will ever taste.
There aren’t many places where a view like this would be possible. Lancaster, Pennsylvania. June 2016.
The historic Revere Tavern in Paradise, Pennsylvania. This picture was taken on Easter Sunday before a really hearty brunch and some excellent Seafood Newburg.
It’s rare that I ever refer to a restaurant experience as “bizarre”. Just as rare is me doing a second post in regards to a restaurant. I reviewed the Conestoga last year and gave them a solid 3.5 star rating. Will and I were there Friday night outside on the deck. It was a beautiful…
This is my first actual hotel review. I usually just mention them in passing or give a paragraph breakdown, but since TRU is a new Hilton brand, and their Lancaster location is their newest addition, I thought it should have a full-fledged review. Cleanliness There are no rugs! Let me repeat that: no rugs! No…