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Amish Volleyball Tournament    Girls playing volleyball at a volleyball tournament at the Mt. Hope Auction grounds. Mt. Hope is a very large Amish center found in Holmes County Ohio. Suprisingly volleyball is huge among Amish children and teenagers. These teenagers even had kneepads and tennis shoes on!

Amish Volleyball Tournament Girls playing volleyball at a volleyball tournament at the Mt. Hope Auction grounds. Mt. Hope is a very large Amish center found in Holmes County Ohio. Suprisingly volleyball is huge among Amish children and teenagers. These teenagers even had kneepads and tennis shoes on!

In Seymour, Missouri

In Seymour, Missouri

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jamesport-missouri-amish-carriage

Turn left just before crossing the Big Piney River to take the older alignment through  Devil’s Elbow. Here  you truly feel as if you have stepped back in time. Sheldon’s Market, which also houses the post office, first began as Miller’s Market in 1954.The Elbow Inn Bar and Barbeque Pit was established in 1929 and is one of the oldest original buildings on  Route 66 that still operates as the same type of business.

Turn left just before crossing the Big Piney River to take the older alignment through Devil’s Elbow. Here you truly feel as if you have stepped back in time. Sheldon’s Market, which also houses the post office, first began as Miller’s Market in 1954.The Elbow Inn Bar and Barbeque Pit was established in 1929 and is one of the oldest original buildings on Route 66 that still operates as the same type of business.

Earliest known photo of Lebanon, MO in Laclede County. Lebanon really came into its own as a town in the 1850s. It took its name from the Tennessee hometown of one of its leading citizens, the Reverend Benjamin Hooker.

Earliest known photo of Lebanon, MO in Laclede County. Lebanon really came into its own as a town in the 1850s. It took its name from the Tennessee hometown of one of its leading citizens, the Reverend Benjamin Hooker.

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