Tuesday, between the rains, we moved 90 miles east to Lancaster County, PA. What a beautiful community! This is Pennsylvania Dutch country with the countryside covered with Amish and Mennonite farms. Lancaster county has one of the highest concentrations of Amish and Mennonites in the country. There are several quaint little towns, all very close to each other, with some pretty interesting names. We have Intercourse (where we are staying), Bird-in-Hand, Ronks, Blue Ball, Lititz, Paradise, Mount Joy and more. I’m sure there is a story behind some of these names, but I haven’t gotten that far yet :)
We are staying at Beacon Hill Campground, a beautiful place surrounded by farms yet within walking distance to town. Here is our view from the front.
The owners did an excellent job of cutting these sites into a hill and making them level.
Now that you know where we are, we are off to explore!
See you next time and thanks for stopping by.