We needed to have our new recliner repaired and took it back to the Amish gentleman who built it. One of the springs in the chair was defective so he replaced it and we were good to go.
His factory was in the middle of a very populous Amish community and I was able to take these pictures as we were driving down the road.
I especially liked these two buggies. They were on the road just as we pulled up to the stop sign and we then turned to follow them.
One of them was definitely in a hurry because he caught up with the one in front and then passed it.
This is just so beautiful. I loved going to Amish country when we lived in Ohio. I read a ton of Beverly Lewis' books. She does a wonderful job of educating me on the Amish ways. Glad you are enjoying the ride.ReplyDelete
You took the most respectful pictures of the Amish I've seen. They don't believe in graven images so don't like to have their pictures taken but yours didn't have any faces in them. Good for you.ReplyDelete
One of these days I want to visit the Amish country again .. one of these days.ReplyDelete
We had hoped to see Amish but the best I could do was two very old women at the outlet mall (why?)in Gettysburg. The funny part was that they were absolutely identical twins.ReplyDelete