Then, there is the artsy horsey in the window of a local gallery on Prince Street.
And, as I waited for the light to change at Walnut and Duke Streets, I quickly snapped some pictures of a very historic stable. This long building
was used as military stables during the Revolution. On the opposite side of the street, stood the Barracks where British and Hessians were imprisoned.
And then I remembered theHorse Inn, one of Lancaster's best kept secrets. You seem to be on a treasure hunt as you follow the directions, hoping to find this little place. The second floor restaurant, once a speak-easy, exudes history....and the food's really good too.
Whoa!!!!! This post IS about historic stuff
Not to forget knitting, here's a photo of my Hollyhock cap-sleeved top in progress...to quote from the book, Knitting in the Sun, this top has "stylish architecture and modern ornamentation like its namesake, Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House in Los Angeles, California, which was built for an independent woman with a passion for the arts."Now if only I was better at inserting pictures, you all wouldn't have to read this post sideways to see the Hollyhock!