Francine In Retirement
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LANCASTER AND JONAH

Over the weekend I traveled to Lancaster, PA with a tour group from Lenzer tour and travel to visit Sight & Sound Millenium Theater’s presentation of “JONAH“.  We were transported back in time and witnessed the Bible come to life on stage.  We experienced a spectacular special effects, beautiful epic sets, and dozens of animals, all surrounding us on a 300ft. wraparound stage.

Included in our trip were stops at the Kitchen Kettle Village, Bird-In-A-Hand Farmers Market and Kreider Farms.

While in Lancaster we stayed at the Cork Factory Hotel.  The buildings were built in 1865 and was the home of the former Armstrong Cork Co. and Kerr Glass Company.  The hotel is Pennsylvania’s newest upscale boutique hotel.

Please click on above links ( especially Jonah – no pictures were allowed ) for more information on each of my stops on this amazing tour with Lenzner Tour and Travel.

Today’s video is an overview of my trip with individual focus on each area visited to come in later posts.  I hope you enjoy this video.

BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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5 Responses to “LANCASTER AND JONAH”

  1. Just from the little bit they show in the video, Jonah looks amazing. I wish I could see it..

  2. What a beautiful farm, Francine. I know dairy farming is a hard job, with long hours. But this farm is obviously set up to maximize production, and the animals all look healthy and well cared for. The little farmers market looks like a treasure to behold, as well. I love visiting places like that. I can just taste all of those homemade goodies now. Nice share, dear. 🙂 Have a lovely week.

  3. You are so fortunate to visit this beautiful place, Francine. Thanks so much for sharing your experience with us. 😉

  4. I’ve taken that trip before, we saw Daniel and the Lions Den. It’s also a nice town to visit! I love the video from the farm. Thanks. 🙂

  5. The cow carousel was fascinating! I’ve never seen one! Great shots!
    God Bless You!


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