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Framing the Amish Farm and House Pavillion

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It is so COLD today!        Sure, not quite freezing, but so much wind!  With gusts up to 25 miles per hour, the guys are finishing framing-in the Amish Farm and House Pavillion and installing the first sheets of plywood on the roof.  Here’s hoping they stay warm and don’t blow away:  

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Federal Taphouse Lancaster

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Construction has officially begun on the much anticipated Federal Taphouse restaurant in downtown Lancaster, and the restaurant’s reputation precedes it.  The original bar in Harrisburg, which boasts over 100 beers on tap and a menu of gourmet, wood-fired pizzas and live music, generated a great deal of buzz by bringing much-needed improvement to Harrisburg’s languishing […]

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35 Yards on the Ground at Amish Farm and House

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It’s a beautiful day for pouring concrete – 35 yards of it – at the Amish Farm and House, where things are progressing steadily on the new pavilion.  This kind of work is pretty intense, and never seen in the finished product photos, but you can get the idea from the slides below.   

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Breaking Ground at the Amish Farm and House

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It is a deceptively beautiful sunny day in Lancaster, but if you step outside you may be blown sideways by strong gusts in what “feels like 23˚.”  It could be worse- breaking ground requires at least some shelter inside the cab of the excavating machinery or the dump truck, and this is what Dave, Bob, […]

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