Keith and I had a neat experience at GiGis in a the small river town of Bainbridge. When I was a kid this place was the local bar, it is now an ice cream shop with the flair of the 50s. Where did she find all those old Formica tables and chairs? They are in great shape. We had a sandwich and a Falmouth fudge split. Wow, large portions and very good. You could go to this place when you go to Falmouth Goat Races on September 24, more about that in the future.
Keith and I took an afternoon and went to see Joseph. We have seen numerous productions at Sight and Sound and found that Joseph was spectacular. The message on forgiveness is something everyone can afford to hear often. I would encourage everyone to see this show. Next year it will be Jonah. www.sight-sound.com
Saturday night we went to Miller’s for dinner. We had not been there in quite awhile and found it to be wonderful. The food was fresh, appealing and very good. It is hard to keep a buffet fresh and appealing because it goods from the cooking process to a middle step before it gets to you. That step being – setting on a hot table. The executed this with quality food that tasted of Lancaster County. www.millers1929.com
Many of you just think of the train ride but they also offer wine, cheese and crackers as they roll down the tracks. I recently had guests that did the dinner ride as well. You can look into this at www.strasburgrailroad.com. If you like wine we have many wineries in the area that I will be able to help you find.
We just returned from the Finger Lakes area and saw some of their wineries as we traveled around the lakes.