We saw lots and lots of these:
We also drove through the city of Lancaster. The only picture I have of that is this:
|The county jail. No joke!|
And then there was this REALLY touristy place:
And this REALLY yummy sticky bun cart that Paul happened to see on a map:
We also went to a car show/swap meet in Carlisle:
This was my kind of place because they had:
|That actually says "Women's Oasis"|
On the way home we made a stop at Hershey's Chocolate World:
Mmmmm. Chocolate. Needless to say, we came home with a lot of it. Paul resisted the urge to buy the HUGE five pound bar. He got two half pound bars instead.
We went on the cheesy (chocolatey?) ride that tells you how chocolate is made:
Of course there was knitting in the car on the ride there and back. I already changed my mind about my Knitting Olympics project. I couldn't stop thinking about my Tudor Henley, which I had chosen to finish as my project. And since it is supposed to be my "vacation knitting"....
Now I have to come up with another project for the Knitting Olympics. Oh, and have I mentioned the Tour de Fleece? It goes along with the Tour de France cycling race! Similar to the Knitting Olympics, you pick a spinning project to do during the time frame the Tour de France runs. So, this might be where i spin some yarn that I will submit for judging at the fair. We'll see. I may or may not have been practicing my spinning the other day and I may or may not post a picture of my yarn at some point.