We awoke to another rainy day. Not only rain, but also fog, which never seemed to lift throughout the day. Tim and I are growing a bit tired of the wet weather, with more rain than usual for this time of year. The tradeoff, I guess, is that temperatures in the Northeast have been much warmer than usual this month. That’s been a very good thing. A freeze warning, however, has been issued for tonight, which will be our coldest night so far. Snow is even predicted for Saturday, although it’s not supposed to last. We’re going to have to think about heading south before too long.
But enough about the weather. Today was all about chocolate. We spent much of the day in Hershey, Pennsylvania, at Hershey’s Chocolate World. We took Hershey’s Great American Chocolate Tour, which was a real hoot. The tour was a ride that followed the cocoa beans on a journey from the tropical rainforest to the processing plant at Hershey. The ride explained the process of making chocolate and was really a lot of fun. Yes, I know that’s hard to believe, but I really had fun on the ride. Go figure! Who knows what I’ll have fun with next.
|Welcome to Chocolate World|
|Tim and Sarah Go For a Ride|
|Gabby, Harmony and Olympia, the Singing Hershey Cows|
|Reese's Peanut Butter Cups|
|The Fountain Lobby|