Also visited the towns of Upper Leacock, New Holland, and East Earl. At East Earl, one of the geocaches, "Smorgasboard C&D", was near the Shady Maple Smorgasbord, so I just had to go in to see this monstrosity of a buffet. Funny thing is I never heard the term "smorgasbord" being used until I started going to Lancaster County. It seems to be a popular thing around there. Well, this buffet is big! I didn't try the buffet today but I did sign up for their birthday offer, so we'll see. There's an extensive gift shop downstairs with a wide array of country kitsch. Strangely, there's another all-you-can-eat restaurant downstairs featuring a soup and salad bar. Wait a minute, is one all-you-can-eat not enough?
Dinner was fried fish at the fictional pirate restaurant (Long John Silver's, that is) in Lancaster. Haven't had that in a while.