Montoursville, Lycoming County--Back on track. Like most people here in Central PA, the staff at Snyder's Farm near Montoursville is on the road to recovery.
Amy Snyder, Snyder's Farm and Country Pet Food, says, "We're going about business as close to normal as possible. We're taking it one day at a time."
The flood filled this lot with three feet of water. And about 80 percent of the inventory was destroyed.
But Tuesday marked a new beginning, the farmers market is once again open for business.
And loyal customers came by the carload.
Gary Eisenhauer of Montoursville says, "It seems like they're doing okay and it's all coming back together. We're really happy for them."
Barbara Eisenhauer of Montoursville says, "I hope they can get back to normal okay. It seems like they will."
Along with moral support from the folks in Montoursville, the Snyders received help from the Amish community as well.
They sent much-needed manpower to get the farmers market back up and running.
Dick Snyder of Snyder's Farm says, "They sent 40 people to help us. They are truly a blessing."
A blessing that gave this farm family hope that the work load will get a little lighter and the days a little brighter.
Snyder notes, "It's all coming around. We're going to make it."