Headed to Lancaster!

Looking forward to a trek out to Lancaster next week. It’s been a while and I need a jolt of the Plain life…a time to reflect about so many different things. I love when I travel to the Amish and can feel the worries of the world start to ease away. It’s a time to relax and enjoy simple things such as a sunset in the sky or children walking along the road, a simple lunch pail in their hands as they head to school. I’ll be posting pictures and stories along the way. Join my journey!

6 thoughts on “Headed to Lancaster!

  1. Can I go to? I know when I go up north to Amish country it’s the most relaxing and it takes me back to what’s important in life! Some day plan to live near the Amish. Enjoy your trip!

  2. Sarah, have you ever traveled in Mifflin County to Kish Valley, aka Big Valley? We have 3 different sects of the old order Amish (different colored buggy tops-black, yellow & white). The area has not become the tourist attraction as Lancaster County has become. I’d love to welcome you to the valley and provide you with a couple free nights to get to know our Amish. My husband was born and raised in Lancaster County and still does business with Amish farmers there, so we’re very familiar with their ways. Here you will find the one suspender Amish, which even people from Lancaster County come up to see. I love it here, to view their simple life everyday, it brings one back to what life should be!

  3. I love, love, love the way of the Amish. Wish we had some way down south here in Alabama! I get so homesick for PA. but traveling back anytime soon will be out of the question since my hubby is sick. I know the feeling when being in Lancaster or any other Amish area. A sense of peace and calmness settles the soul. Why is that I wonder? Enjoy your trip.

    1. I sure will, Janice. You can follow my adventures on the blog this weekend. Live vicariously through me, OK? 🙂

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