True to form, Dylan and I took a mini-honeymoon the way an 80 year old couple might - we spent a few days in Lancaster, PA. We went to strange little museums and sampled Amish-made pickles, did a little antiquing, and got unnecessarily excited over bits of history. One of my favorite stops was the Choo Choo Barn. What started as a humble train set in 1945 between a father and son grew into a 1,700 square foot tiny world, with over 150 hand-built animated figures and vehicles and 22 operating trains. I have the feeling that you could visit the Choo Choo Barn 50 times and still find something new - there are so many tiny details and scenes. Here were a few of my favorites. You can view the full set of photos at Flickr.