Pequea, Pennsylvania High 86 Low 70
It was a lot warmer today. Last night was too warm to sleep well. We got some rain this afternoon and it really got muggy.
We saw a lot of old buildings including an Amish school house.
Tobacco must be a good cash crop for the Amish, because there seems to be a lot of it growing in the area, along with quite a few drying barns.
We also got to see a lot of the horse drawn equipment the Amish use to farm. It seems like the children even help and the Amish seem to be hard working. Any of the stores we went into in Bird-in-Hand or Intercourse had Amish ladies working in them. The little girl that helped us at the vegetable stand looked about 10 years old to me. Most of the stands are unmanned.
I’m mostly putting pictures on today.
Thanks for visiting.