By now, most of my readers know that my daughters and I are attempting to complete 100 experiences during our 6 month sabbatical away from our home in Texas.
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I am super happy to report we surprisingly completed 18 awesome experiences during the month of January and I kept a running list of the events and the cost for reference.
Below is a quick summary and each one is a clickable link to more information about the experience, in case you are curious. 🙂
The Pennsylvania Farm Show (Free to attend, $15 for parking)
George’s Furniture in Marietta, PA (Free to visit, we donated $20 for the personal tour)
Cinnaholic, Vegan cinnamon rolls in Lancaster, PA ($28.04 for four cinnamon rolls)
The National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, PA ($8.40 for four tickets through Groupon)
The Turkey Hill Experience in Columbia, PA ($45.75 for three people to attend the lab class and the experience)
Burning Bridge Antiques Market in Columbia, PA (free to visit)
The Lancaster Sweet Shoppe and Stroopie Co. in Lancaster, PA (free to visit)
Lancaster Central Market in Lancaster, PA (free to visit)
Beiler’s Doughnuts in Lancaster, PA ($11.25 for 2 dozen doughnuts through Groupon)
Maymont in Richmond, Virginia ($12 for three tickets to the nature center and $15 “donation” for three people to tour the mansion)
The Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia ($24 for three tickets)
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA (free for military families, $10 for the audio tour for two people)
The Prohibition Museum in Savannah, Georgia ($32.10 for three tickets)
The Museum of Science and History (The MOSH) in Jacksonville, Florida ($30 for three tickets)
Artisanal Spice Artistry Workshop at the International Festival of the Arts in Epcot, Walt Disney World ($166.16 for four tickets)
Disney After Hours event at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World ($476 for four tickets)
What is next?!?
Many more adventures to explore in the month of February!