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A Bucks County field in harvest

A Bucks County field in harvest

A relaxing trip to Lancaster County Pennsylvania with covered bridges, train rides, beautiful fields, and Amish farms. Can't wait to go back!

A relaxing trip to Lancaster County Pennsylvania with covered bridges, train rides, beautiful fields, and Amish farms. Can't wait to go back!

Amish Country Lancaster County Pennsylvania Farm Farmland Barn Silo Field Crops Fences Haze Fog Morning Dawn Clouds Sky Wooden Landscape Photography Serene Idyllic Rural Countryside School Children Playing Recess Boys Girls

Amish Country Lancaster County Pennsylvania Farm Farmland Barn Silo Field Crops Fences Haze Fog Morning Dawn Clouds Sky Wooden Landscape Photography Serene Idyllic Rural Countryside School Children Playing Recess Boys Girls

lancaster county, PA  (For more on author #Sharon Desruisseaux or #sharondnovels, check out www.sharondnovels.com. Also on Facebook and Tumblr under sharondnovels and on twitter @Sharon Dayan)

lancaster county, PA (For more on author #Sharon Desruisseaux or #sharondnovels, check out www.sharondnovels.com. Also on Facebook and Tumblr under sharondnovels and on twitter @Sharon Dayan)

Ringing Rocks State Park in Pennsylvania. Field of diabase boulders formed by thousands of years of frost-wedging. Some of the rocks, the "live"ones, actually ring when struck. It is a mystery why some ring and some don't and an even bigger mystery why they ring at all. Many attribute it so something supernatural or energetic. Many people travel there with hammers to make music in the mysteriously lifeless field. Talk about a rock concert.

Ringing Rocks State Park in Pennsylvania. Field of diabase boulders formed by thousands of years of frost-wedging. Some of the rocks, the "live"ones, actually ring when struck. It is a mystery why some ring and some don't and an even bigger mystery why they ring at all. Many attribute it so something supernatural or energetic. Many people travel there with hammers to make music in the mysteriously lifeless field. Talk about a rock concert.

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