Happy Monday everyone!
Hope you had a great weekend. It was an enjoyable one here in the Mid-Atlantic region and I was happy for the break and opportunity to get in some family time. One of the things accomplished this weekend was a trip to the Tanger Outlets in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. This particular county is one of my favorites to visit with it’s timeless communities, deep history and all sorts of things to do. We’ll be having a look at a ton of images from Lancaster in the coming months but today I wanted to share just a few from the outlet and surrounding area.
Tanger Outlet is surrounded by many of the small towns and farmland of Amish country so it’s only fitting that the main sign would consist of silo or grain elevators. There are 30 or more outlet stores here representing many of the major consumer brands of goods. Additionally, I’ve always found the prices here to be 50% and more of what one would normally pay elsewhere, a huge plus for visiting.
One of the things I really like about this place is the architecture and lively colors of the various stores and buildings. The Polo Ralph Lauren store did not disappoint in that regard.
Shown below is a sign on the side of the store which had me interested in the light fixtures.
Parked not far from the outlets was this Amish buggy, a common sight in these parts.You can see the clash of time periods with this old buggy backed by modern-day traffic lights.
Next we have a typical farm scene from the nearby town of “Bird in Hand”.
After a day of hanging out I spotted this sunset off in the distance.
Have a great week and we’ll see you soon.
Thanks for visiting!