I just returned from a very enjoyable weekend in picturesque Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Lancaster is the heart of Amish Country, the mecca of sexually suggestive towns, and -- for one day in 1777 -- home of our nation's capital. Let's tackle those in random order.
Our nation's capital. On September 27, 1777, after fleeing Philadelphia, the Continental Congress set up shop in Lancaster. But only for a day. The mobile capital tour moved on to York, PA.
Sexually suggestive towns. On the way... READ ON