We went over to Larry's mom's and took her out for a ride. We stopped at the cemetery to see the headstone that has just been put on Dad's grave.
The stone matches the one beside it of Larry's grandparents. We then took mom to Barb's and Tom's for corn pie. It was good for her to get out of the house.
We always buy an Entertainment Book for Lancaster when they go on sale for about $10.00. There were BOGO coupons for some of the museums in the area we wanted to visit.
This is a new museum in Columbia. It tells about the area and how the dairy was started.
There was a lot of interactive activities, for the kids in us. Glad I wasn't milking a real cow.
There was lots of ice cream and drinks to taste and then you used computers to make your own ice cream flavor. I even got to make an ad to sell my ice cream. Two o'clock in the afternoon when school is in session is the perfect time to go for it was not crowded and we had lots of time to do the activities and taste lots of ice cream.
I use to drive past this place everyday on my way to work, but never visited it. I had heard it was very interesting. It is an amazing place and takes about 2 hours to go through.
The store was full of toys a child would have seen when they went to Woolworth .I remember shopping at 5 and 10 cent stores.
Rooms and rooms of ornaments and Christmas decorations
An amazing quilt.
A great train exhibit viewed from a child perceptive looking at it under the tree.
Nativities from all around the world made out of every material and in all sizes.