On Sunday we had some time off from all that academic stuff, and decided to take a ride to the edge of Maryland where there was a Mennonite restaurant and craft village plus a historic bridge of interest. Let’s start with the bridge
And just in time for Halloween there are some interesting ancient gravestones—
Of course man cannot live on history alone, so we ate the Gospel bird (i.e. fried chicken) and numerous yummy vegetables at this restaurant—called for no good reason the PennAlps restaurant— it’s neither in Pennsylvania, nor near the Alps, but perhaps the Mennonites are just wishful thinkers….
Three guesses as to what type of food this is—– No, it is not bird’s nest soup. The entire weekend was grand, thanks to A+K Gale, and the Fall was not so far along that there weren’t still plenty of beautiful flowers around. A good time was had by all!