It’s still one of our favourite places to go. We just love the Lancaster PA area – the slow pace, the wonderful food, the entertainment and the way in which we just seem to slow down for a few days whenever we go.
This time we returned to the hotel we stayed at years ago when we first vacationed in this area with the boys. We took in “Jesus” at Sight and Sound and also “Swing” which was a dinner theatre featuring music and dance from the 1930’s and 40″s.
Here are a few photos from our time away!
Has there ever been a person who didn’t look forward to a restful vacation? Perhaps there has been but it wasn’t me, at least not this year! I could hardly wait!
Our trailer continues to age and each year I open it up in spring while holding my breath! Will the roof be leaking? Will the fridge start? Will the propane system be safe?
We are well into summer 2017 and enjoying our getaway spot. Here’s a few photos to make you wish you were with us!
Summer is a wonderful time! Join us at the lake….
It was a busy week…well, 10 days, in St. John’s as we journeyed for the NL Congress and the territorial commissioning event. My first NL Congress was in 1975 so in 2017 it was a very different experience. That Congress featured General Arnold Brown. You can find my earlier post about Arnold here. What also made this such a great visit, of course, was being able to spend time with Jason, Susan, Rachel, Ted, and Beth.
Of particular delight for us was being able to bring Rachel and Susan to one of the meetings. The children’s program through the weekend was amazing, and above is a slide of the opening platform image geared for the kids…I played a small role as Colonel Courage. It was great fun.
The days with Ted and Beth saw a marked development in their interaction and play. Ted is extremely cuddly and loves nothing more than to climb up on your lap give you a big hug and kiss and say “I love you Wampa!” He shows signs of a tender heart and is genuinely concerned about his family – especially Beth.
Beth could be summed up in one word: rascal. She’s full of fun and vigor. She’s got energy and runs whenever possible. She loves to play but can turn on the tears in a moments notice. Her smile is wonderful and she too loves to give you a hug…but then needs to run!
Rachel is growing into a lovely young girl who is anxious to be heard – she’s got stories to tell – and watches out that the rules get followed. More than once she informed me “that’s not the way we do it Grandpa.” We had two sleepovers with Rachel. She also joined us at Starbucks…”I like ice tea” she said!
It was a great time and here’s two little videos to bring you a smile.