Have you ever thought of blogging? Do you have a passion for Lancaster County food, outdoors, or another unique aspect of Lancaster? Why not become a guest blogger? We are interested in hearing from people that live in, work in, or just love to visit Lancaster County, PA. If you qualify and feel you have some great stories to share, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the current bloggers:
Sarah grew up in Philly, and moved to Lancaster permanently after meeting her husband. Sarah loves being outside, and is enjoying viewing Lancaster from a new-comers perspective. She finds joy in little wonders, taking her son for a stroll downtown, and is always up for eating some grub. Sarah’s learning that despite what people say, Lancaster County DOES have things to do at night, you just have to know where to look! She is often teased for being the youngest member on staff, as the Social Media Manager at the PA Dutch CVB. If you’re familiar with Lancaster County at all, and have been to Central Market, you may run into her father-in-law, as he’s the owner of Long’s Horseradish!
Having lived in New England for most of the past decade away from Lancaster County, Brian moved his family back to the area a few years ago and is re-discovering south central PA from a family man’s perspective. He has a passion for his kids, food & photography, which makes Pennsylvania Dutch Country a perfect place for him to live! He lives in the quaint historic town of Lititz, where he and his wife first lived after they got married. In fact, he can see the back porch of his old house from the front porch of his new house. Having been raised by parents who ran a local pizza shop in his hometown, Brian is pretty passionate about supporting local home-grown businesses and restaurants. From Dutch Wonderland to the Strasburg Railroad, he’s learning there’s plenty for Dads to do with their young’ins in Lancaster County.
Adrian fancies himself as North Caronlina’s Ambassador to South Central Pennsylvania and an honorary citizen of Lancaster County. He has been visiting Lancaster County since 1976 at the tender age of three. He estimates he’s visited the area somewhere between 50 and 60 times. He luckily married someone who shares his love for the PA Dutch Country. Adrian is friends with several Amish families in Lancaster County. Among his favorite things to do while visiting are enjoying Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine, driving the backroads of the county and taking in the views, and taking advantage of no sales tax on clothing. Adrian’s dream is to move to Lancaster County ASAP or at least retire there.