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  • Linda Gorrell

    Spent the weekend in Lancaster PA touring Amish farms and enjoying the scenery. Absolutely beautiful!

  • Colleen

    I had the privilege of visiting an Amish community in Pennsylvania. I have never seen such beautiful farms. even the windows in the barn sparkled.... and there are always flowers even around the Barnes.

  • RomANikki

    Amish Life

  • Janet Garber

    The simple life

  • Jamie Streck

    Amish Country, Pennsylvania.

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I grew up seeing the Amish buggy's rolling up and down the roads. Mrs. Graber used to sell her eggs door to door. I love their lifestyle of simplicity and God. The tv show about them is a lie and it angers me. They are joyful, God loving people.

Lancaster, PA Clothes Line These people have no electricity connected to their houses. It amazes me how they get so much done. I have to admire their faith!

madamescherzo: Yesterday, my husband and his brother went canoeing along the Susquehanna River and came upon a group of Amish boys who’d taken their horses along an abandoned railroad line from Christiana to the opposite side of the county.  They’d been trekking since midnight and were tired, thirsty and looking for a store and a way back. The battery in their GPS was dead. Rumspringa.

Amish parking - there is no link to say whats going on but this is across from Lehman's store in Ohio

Yoder's Amish Farm in Millersburg, Ohio. (2 hours from Cleveland.) $12 with tour and buggy ride. Also have bakery there.

Say hello to the little one watching from her buggy. CLICK HERE for more about Ohio's Amish Country at www.OACountry.com! #Amish #Ohio #Tourism (Doyle Yoder photo)

I love this sense of Community working together

From what I hear, Spring actually follows Autumn in Pinecraft. Taken by Katie Troyer. See more Florida Amish photos at Katie’s blog.

Amish carriage..see these frequently in our area.....when riding our bikes we pass slowly so as not to scare the horses

Amish Country, Ohio - When we lived in Kirtland, Ohio, we were next door to the Amish and Menonite people.