By Kevin Williams
It's impossible to distill Lancaster County, Pennsylvania into a single post. It's a place full of 21st century fun that lives alongside farms scarcely changed for 200 years. You have buggies clip-clopping on the road, an Amish businesses equipped with the latest computer technology. There are some real juxtopositions in Amish country and you find them plentiful in Lancaster. All-you-can-eat buffets serving heaping helpings of Amish style food compete with McDonalds for diners.
I visited Lancaster County for the first time back in the summer of 1991. I brought my bike and just biked through the beautiful countryside, a countryside that is now under much more attack by suburban sprawl. I doubt I'd want to go biking today amid all the car-clogged, tourist-bus filled roads.
But I can better describe it all in photos, so join me below: