On Sunday we wrapped up our trip to the farm. I should give credit to our great hosts. We stayed at Olde Fogie Farm in Marietta, Pennsylvania (near Lancaster). Even with massive amounts of rain, we had a wonderful time. The girls helped with farm chores again on Sunday morning, so I must add a few more pictures of their tasks.
After leaving the farm (which was sad for all of us), we headed to the Strasburg Rail Road. What fun this was. Meg is very into all things Victorian right now, so this Victorian train ride was perfect. The train cars are beautiful with their brass fixtures and plush seats. The heavy, cold rain pelted the windows as we stayed warm inside the coach car and enjoyed the Amish country scenery all around us.
We unfortunately had to drive through an ice storm on our way home, which is a little ridiculous on March 30. If you think I am overstating things, I will simply say that cars were spinning out of control and going off the road. We moved slowly but made it home safely (though Clare was begging me to go back to the farm).