If there’s a historic and rumored-to-be-haunted hotel restaurant in a quaint river town, you can always count me in. Despite many years of visiting New Hope, I have managed to avoid its landmark: the Logan Inn. That all changed last week. My mom and I took a day trip out there in what would be…
Normally, something like this would be reserved for my “Photo of the Day” series, but since that’s on break until November so I can concentrate on Halloween on my other blog, I’ll share it here. Last week, I went to Fright Fest at Six Flags for the first time. Actually (and here’s a confession) it…
Overcast skies roll in over an Amish farm in Ronks (Lancaster County), Pennsylvania.
The bridge into Pennsylvania from Frenchtown over the Delaware River. Summer 2017.
Nothing beats an old-fashioned candy shop. From the aromas to the selection, it just takes you to your childhood. Minette’s, Frenchtown, NJ. Summer 2017.
Will and I walked into Cafe Paris right after dinner at Hailey’s Harp and Pub, which is across the road and a little farther down Main Street in Metuchen. The place was empty since it was near closing time. Only one table taken inside. It was a couple, sitting next to each other, having dinner….
Let’s stick with Frenchtown, New Jersey. This item was spotted in the window of a shop on Bridge Street. I’d say that’s just about right. Summer 2017.
Who doesn’t love a bar in a historic building? Just look at gorgeous woodwork and ceiling inside Frenchtown’s National Hotel. Summer 2017.
Another view of the iconic Dutch Haven windmill in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. I don’t know—I just love this picture. August 2017.
Ghost walks and tours around Gettysburg are a dime a dozen, and all very similar to each other. As hokey as they can get, even a paranormal investigator like me still manages to get enticed to take a tour when I’m in town. There’s just something about the atmosphere that makes it perfect for ghost…
Drinking a craft beer is even better when you are in the same locale. Strawberry Wheat has been my favorite product from the Lancaster Brewing Company. Strasburg Pennsylvania, June 2016.
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.