I grew up in southeastern rural Arkansas–way out in the woods. Sewing, cooking, church and 4-H Club were an important part of my life. After getting married in 1972, my husband and I loaded a 1966 VW Camper Bus and headed to Berkeley, California for grad school.
We spent a year in Berekley and traveled throughout the west in the VW Camper. After Berkeley, we returned to Mississippi where we were living at the time, then moved to southeasteastern Pennsylvania in the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Different assignments with my husband’s job took us to Oak Ridge,Tennessee, Germany for a year and South Korea for two years. In between assignments, we returned to the house on the hill in Pennsylvania. A change of jobs took us to Augusta, Georgia for 13 years. Six years ago, we once again returned to the house in Pennsylvania.
Our area of Pennsylvania is filled with dairy farms, the Amish, Old Order Mennonites, and many historical sights. This blog serves as a scrapbook of things that I enjoy including travel, nature and recipes.
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