Lil Bro#2 and I took a mini road trip this weekend, to see some weird roadside attractions we had passed on the way home from Kentucky.
So we headed out at 8 on Saturday morning, our first stop being the world's largest miniature town along Route 78 in Pennsylvania.
It was pretty cool.
and had some fairly amusing signage
|seriously people stop throwing your money|
Obvs the wild west was my favourite part.
Lil Bro#2 was surprised at the number of Confederate flag stuffs in the gift shops. Having spent a considerable amount of my teens out in the boonies of Pennsylvania, I was not surprised. I've noticed the border between the North and South gets pretty blurred in a lot of PA....
Next we went to the antique shop down the road. I eventually stopped taking photos of all the incredibly weird stuff I found because there was just too much.
|time to block up the chimney|
|IT'S COMING FOR YOUR SOUL|
|::runs screaming from the building::|
The shop also contained several cats. I made friends with three of them.
|and made a fool of myself in general following them around the shop saying "kiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"|
After that we had lunch at Cracker Barrel, where Lil Bro#2 officially beat my Epic Fail with those peg game thingies.
You're supposed to end up with one peg left. I've managed to end up with 7. Lil Bro#2 finished a game with 10.
Then we ventured on to the Crystal Caves.
We did not actually get to go into the cave because their website made no mention of the fact that they only do tours every few hours, and we were an hour and a half early for the next one. Since the Weyerbacher Brewery's last tour was at 5.00 PM (and also free), we could not do the 4.00 cave tour.
So we wandered about a bit. Made friends with a giant spider. Putzed around in the gift shop. And walked the nature trail.
Super awkward conversations with strangers:
[[passing an older couple near the entrance of the nature trail]]
Lil Bro#2: "How far is it to the top?"
Gentleman: "Maybe ten minutes."
Lady: "There's a bench there with a nice view. You two could sit and hold hands."
Lil Bro#2: ...
Lil Bro#2: "....umm... yeah ok thanks."
Lil Bro#2: "At least they thought you look young enough to be my girlfriend."
We then ventured to our final destination: the Weyerbacher Brewery.
I forced Lil Bro#2 to sample a number of beers.
Since their beers range from 8% - 12% abv., he was rather tipsy by the time we left.
Sunday, Lil Bro#2, Stepmom, and I went to Bethel Woods to check out the Threads exhibit.
and naturally we played with the dress up clothes because we are adults.
Mum and Lil Sis left for the Shore this morning, so I have the house to myself for the next two days. I am ecstatic.