When ten hours and 500 miles separates friends, what makes sense? Meet half way. Andrea and I did just that when we met this past Saturday in Lancaster County, PA.
"Home" for us was the Walnut Inn Bed and Breakfast; Beth, our warm, wonderful, and soulful Innkeeper. Guess what? She sews. It was absolutely NO PROBLEM for Andrea and me to pull out machines out Monday night and whip up four new pillows for her couch Trust me. It needed COLOR.
Tuesday we headed over to Intercourse for the true tourist trap: Kitchen Kettle Village. From there we went to Weaver's Dry Goods in Denver.
"It's thirty minutes away," navigator Andrea advised.
"That's fine, what else are we going to do?" said I as I waited for the glow plug on the TDI to turn off.
Monday we had decided that Weaver's would be THE PLACE TO GO when we saw a yard stick in Hannah's Quilts, a GENUINE, AUTHENTIC Amish quilt shop.
When we arrived at Weaver's... more authentic Amish.