The Amish are averse to any technology which they feel weakens the family structure. The conveniences that the rest of us take for granted such as electricity, television, automobiles, telephones and tractors are considered to be a temptation that could cause vanity, create inequality, or lead the Amish away from their close-knit community and, as such, are not encouraged or accepted in most orders. Most Amish cultivate their fields with horse-drawn machinery, live in houses without electricity, and get around in horse-drawn buggies.
It is common for Amish communities to allow the use of telephones, but they do not allow ...
"How do the Amish live?"
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Fall is a great time, perhaps the best time, to visit Ohio’s Amish country. There is a lot to see even before the leaves begin to change.
Though less than 10 percent of the Amish actually farm today, harvest time is still a highlight of the rural culture. Whether picking the season’s last produce, baling the year’s ...
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Grand Opening Sat. Nov. 22 - 1:00-8:00pm reduced admission $5.00 one day only
General Tours Nov. 15 - Dec. 31
Sunday thru Thursday 1:00-4:00pm and Friday and Sat. 1:00-8:00pm.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
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