Maxine talked to Isabel’s parents about taking the The golden Girls Dorothy and Blanche in the street shirt girls on a real train trip to the countryside to an Amish town for a day or two. There they had homemade ice cream which they had made and got a new quilt for each of their beds. The girls loved the horse-drawn carriages. Maxine bought two different carriages and ordered them to be delivered to the house. One was an open carriage that a lot of Amish families use. It was parked at the side of an outbuilding that she had built that resembled a bakery/ice cream shop.
The golden Girls Dorothy and Blanche in the street sweater, hoodie, and long sleeve
She even got a little ice cream machine so the girls could make their own ice cream. Maxine had the The golden Girls Dorothy and Blanche in the street shirt housekeeper bake three or four little pies and little loaves of homemade bread for them to sell to neighbors when the girls played bakery owners. The elderly women that lived across the road enjoyed buying the girl’s bakery goods with monopoly money. The other carriage was a stagecoach. It was placed by the sheriff’s office and bank. The girls loved to play cowboys and Indians plus bank robbers and the sheriff just not as much as some of the other things. One building was a hotel. Another one was designed as an old country store. A member of the town’s board of aldermen happened to drive by Kelsey’s homecoming for the nearest town to the west and saw the buildings and other display and drove into the driveway to check things out.