We did a lot of driving, including into and through New York City . . .
But we did stop and play along the way. We believe in the philosophy of “Adventure & Retreat,” so we did a good job of balancing those two joys . . .
When we saw this sign as we headed out through Amish Country in Pennsylvania, we couldn’t pass it up . . .
Buggy after buggy drove by us on the road. I told Andrew I wished someone would do a documentary on what it was like to grow up Amish. He told me he thought someone had . . . got to find out the name of that.
I always think of myself as connected to the Amish . . . because I was an extra in a movie in high school (not a very interesting movie; I am in it for under 1 minute movie called The Wizard of Loneliness). The movie is not about the Amish, but it stars Lukas Haas, who was in a movie about the Amish, called Witness . . . I digress
We went on a buggy ride. Colton loved it.
What a lovely road trip.