This was a pretty late start for us. When we finally left, we were all hungry and wanted to eat right away.
Marc did not do our "lunch" justice. The soft pretzels were the softest, most delicious pretzels I ever tasted. It tasyed like freshly ground wheat was used and that they came right out of the oven. They probably did, as they only had 3 (we wanted 6) but didn't want to wait for more to come out of the oven. This "forced" us to buy more sweets at the bakery than we ever normally would buy. We tried 3 kinds of whoopie pies and an apple dumpling. The whoopie pies were a must since it's a local delicassy. They were pretty good. The original was the best flavor. The apply dumpling had an amazing crust. Not that I try, but if I could make crust like that, I'd have to bake a pie every week. Next the Strasburg Bakery, was a winery. I tasted a couple of wines. They were very floral which makes sense the owner/wine maker is also a botanist.. I found a sweet one that I liked and bought a couple bottles. One for us, one for one of my employees. And the last shop in this little area we happily stumbled upon was a gift shop, candy shop, and creamery. The kids had fun looking at old fashioned toys and I had fun looking a local cookbooks and history books. We shared some ice cream to complete our "lunch" and hit the road.
There was a a HUGE rain storm as we left Walmart. We stopped at that local family restaurant both to ride out the storm and because Zoe didn't want to drive anymore. One random observation...things close early around here. The restaurant closed at 8pm. I find this odd because on Eastern time, things usually open later than at home too.
Oh, that's where the the scratches on the RV came from.
The RV has both a backup camera and microphone. I thought he was using them. He did stop when I YELLED. I bet a few people looked out their windows. I was standing next to a giant tree anyway. He would have hit the tree, not me, but that would have been bad too.