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Fundraiser to Support Delaware Open Carry!


We've come to that time of the year when our server lease and domain name registrations are coming up for renewal. In the past, many of you have expressed your generosity in the form of donations in order to keep the site running - I'm asking for your support again this year.

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 Post subject: Re: Possession by a non-resident
PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 12:13 pm 
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OK - you have a penchant for the unusual !! If you come through PA, go through Amish country - there's another large Amish man along Rt. 30, and some great restaurants in Intercourse, Blue Ball, and Bird-in-Hand !. Just after you cross into DE on Rt. 48 is the Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights Preserve in 'historic' Yorklyn, DE. Really big collection of Stanley Steamers and other steam cars.
For a little culture, the Hagley Museum chronicles DuPont's early gunpowder days, and former DuPont family mansions are now period museums - Winterthur and Longwood Gardens. The Brandywine River Museum (in PA) has 3 generations of Wyeth paintings, as well as Pyle, Weymouth, Schooner, etc. Revolutionary War Brandywine Battlefield is nearby. Thanks for visiting 'The First State' !


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Is it true that you have to go through Intercourse to get to Paradise? :pbjtime:


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GatorDude wrote:
Is it true that you have to go through Intercourse to get to Paradise? :pbjtime:


Only after you collect your 72 virgins.

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 Post subject: Re: Possession by a non-resident
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Ah, yes - how could I have forgotten lovely Paradise in Amish Country, Lancaster County, PA.
Be careful of the horse and buggies. You might run right up their 'Gaps" (Gap, PA, that is).
By the way, if you have not seen the movie 'Witness' with Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis (from 'Top Gun') (it's 30 years old, made in 1985), it's a good movie, and a fairly decent portrayal of Amish life.
As for other sightseeing in Delaware (or area), there's Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB, the ocean, and a gazillion +1 chickens downstate DE.


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