Beautiful pond with the Hershey Castle/hotel in the distance.
On this hot day I really wanted to jump in the lake and play under the fountain....but they would not let me!
The Butterflies were really hungry
The Butterflies flitted here and there gathering pollen
A very tranquil place
Oh No! I think they are coming for me!
Let's talk! —
Now those must be zebra butterflies!
We just took a peek.
Kinsey sat on the biggest butterfly I've ever seen!
Rose bushes were nearly 7' tall.
Pretty contrast of colors
Lovely, the rose looks like it had painted petals.
Is it pink or is it red?
I wanted to pick some roses for Valerie, but she told me, just 'pick them with your eyes'.
We took lots of time to smell the roses! I did not sneeze at all.
Mr Hershey had a beautiful wife and he was quite handsome too
His passport does not look like mine
I am happy he was an inovator!
It began in 1908....and sure has changed
The timeline showed me the progress of the Hershey Company
A chocolate TUB - I could just dive in, oh darn, it is not full. This is how they moved the milk chocolate from one area of the factory to the other.
Mum, I want one of these machines!
Chocolate bunny molds
Cocoa tins and the old grocery store.
Ah, two of my favorites; flowers and kisses
Mrs Hershey served cocoa in fine china
And she loved fancy crystal in her castle
Kinsey was not sure about this type of telephone — with Kinsey Emerson at The Hershey Story, The Museum on Chocolate Avenue.
Hello, Mum? Hello!
Oh horrors....I thought a scale in the chocolate museum was for weighing the chocolate; not me!