Ephrata Cloister

A serene day at Ephrata Cloister yesterday – we were the only guests!

Snowing in NY this morning, on my way to CT! More photos coming this week as I make my way East!

7 thoughts on “Ephrata Cloister

  1. Hi Jill from Monopoli, Italy!! Love these photos from your visit and hope they will be in a feature coming up in ASL. These days, when we look at prims, it is from homes and cities from the Middle Ages!!!LOL!! I find it interesting to see the farm and kitchen items that preceded some of our favorite prims. And it is amazing to see old wooden bowls and eating plates from centuries ago. One thing for sure, the hearth was the center of everyday life .

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