I learned that I must be really allergic to horses. Almost as soon as I got in the buggy I started sneezing. Then I wanted to scratch my eyes out because they itched so badly. Then it looked liked I had been crying for days because my eyes were watering so much. Finally I could barely breathe. I liked the ride, but wasn't sad that it ended either. Thankfully my kiddos were fine.
The day was cloudy so my pictures did not come out well. Lancaster County is beautiful.
I was very impressed with how much information the kids remembered. At lunch I asked the kids questions about our morning and it was like listening to our tour guide. They loved that kids are finished with school in 8th grade. They weren't big fans of beginning to work in the fields or in the house at age 2. They were fascinated that phones have to be at least 50ft from the house. Jonah was amazed that one buggy takes 9 months to make. Samuel was fascinated that the houses have no electric and only use propane. Elena couldn't believe the kids don't wear shows from April to October. We learned tons of information.
I am so thankful that my kiddos like learning about whatever it may be. Their curious minds are an awesome thing.