Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Along the Susquehanna

Two herons in the Susquehanna River.
Lunch at Accomac Inn: it was such a warm day that we ate outside
on the screened porch overlooking the Susquehanna.
An inn first stood on this site in Colonial times, when a ferry crossed the river at this point. The current inn, which has been in business for around a century, serves vegetables from its own garden.

The last tomatoes growing in the chef's garden.
Len and Arny leaving Accomac Inn
Not far from the Inn is a farm stand with these beautiful onions...
huge cabbages...
and lots of gourds and pumpkins.
Railroad tracks near the river, with a couple of windmills in the distance.
Lancaster County farmland.
Notice the symbols on the silos.


~~louise~~ said...

Hi Mae!
So, you were in Pennsylvania lately, lol...It always amazes me how many historic towns are connected to the Susquehanna River one way ot the other.

Sounds like you spent a few wonderful days!!! Thanks so much for letting us enjoy the ride:)

Jeanie said...

Fabulous food porn here. Those onions, pumpkins, the last tomato -- sigh!