A typical summer morning in Lancaster County. Hot, humid, and hazy.
Chiques Rock overlooking the Susquehanna River. This is where the story began in Michener's novel "Chesapeake."
Canoes at Speedwell Forge State Recreation Area.
An early morning fisherman on Speedwell Forge near Lititz, PA.
Kauffman's Bridge ~ Manheim, Pa. There are more covered bridges in Lancaster County than anywhere else in the US.
A covered bridge over Chiques Creek near Kinderhook, PA
Forrey's Mill covered bridge.
Cornwall Church. The nearby Cornwall Iron Forge supplied cannon balls to Washington's Army during the Revolutionary War.
Moravian Church and Linden Hall ~ Lititz, PA. Linden Hall is the oldest girl's boarding school in the US, established in 1746.
Millport Conservancy Visitors Center near Lititz, PA. Generously donated to the public by Robert and Carolyn Wohlsen.
The boathouse at Millport Conservancy.
A spring house near Millport Conservancy - Lititz, PA
An expansive horse pasture inside the Millport Conservancy.
Millport Conservancy boundary road.
The old grist and roller mill at Millport Conservancy.
An Amish barn raising. A barn in a day. Not from a kit. Constructed entirely from original materials.
A replica of the Lititz RR station on the Reading Columbia line, originally built in 1884.
An original station on the Reading Columbia line in Manheim, PA, built in 1886
The Road to Paradise - an operating passenger and freight steam railroad in Strasburg, PA
Steam engine approaching Carpenter's Crossing on the Strasburg Railroad.
The character of stone barns in Lancaster County. Many of the original structures are almost 300 years old.
An old stone garden wall on the Fruitvale Pike near Lancaster, PA