As the Amish families attended a festival, they tied off their horses in the shade. Definitely a multicultural affair.
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Interesting parking place.
11 Oct 2009 9:28am
11 Oct 2009 2:58pm
They sure made a concession about those reflectors . . a wise move, too.
11 Oct 2009 4:30pm
Jeff......the Amish are some amazing people. My father took me to PA all the time when I was small. He and my mom just loved it there.....I mean we were cruising Litz and Lancaster, Bird-In-Hand, Paradise and Intercourse 50 years ago when it was just starting to get the touristy places. We would just cruise the country side and buy off the Amish all sorts of interesting things. And every year we would come back and some of the same people would remember us. Best food I always eat is in those areas. Now they are moving everywhere. They have moved now to Maine in the Unity, Maine area.
11 Oct 2009 8:10pm
@Lambspun: These Amish are small town Amish - very rural. We are about an hour and a half from Paradise, Intercourse and Bird-in-Hand. Been there many times.
Jeff, I love this shot, what festival did you attend that I did not knwo about????? I have wanted to capture some of Amish culture , but I hesitate , not wanting to impede upon their privacy.
11 Oct 2009 11:02pm
@Denise: This was at the Blain Heritage Days. One of the greatest tractor parades ever. I have some tractors coming up this week.
12 Oct 2009 12:34am
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