We were there yesterday for at least four hours, including lunch. The place is so much bigger, and modern, than I had expected. I guess I was thinking small country store. Wow, was I ever wrong! I thought we'd looked at everything, but once we got home we realized we forgot to go back to this or that section for a second look, so of course we'll have to head back for another trip.
There are a lot of neat shops in the area, as well. We visited a nice antique shop right across the street and a bulk foods store just down the road. Just behind Lehman's is another row of shops we plan to hit next time.
Little Sis was transfixed by the rows and rows of Amish buggies. Sure, we see one now and then drive right past our house, but we'd never seen so many in one place. They were all next door to Lehman's at the auction building (livestock, judging by the smell).
Did you know Lehman's also has their own brand of soda? Little Sis was thrilled to get a bottle of that plus some 'penny' candy, and then a bit more candy from the bulk food store. Add all that to perusing Lehman's awesome toy section and she had the time of her life. She can't wait to go back!
It's a Roma Food Mill. I got the accessory package, plus extra gaskets. I can't wait to use it. I have a friend that has something similar, and she put up 80 quarts of tomato juice in one day, all by herself.
Now if the weather would just warm up so I can get the garden in!