Ohio's Amish Country
Amish weddings are traditionally held on Tuesdays or Thursdays in later fall after the harvest. Amish wedding tradition has had to give way to practicality. Weddings are now held year round and on other days to accommodate the number of couples getting married.
Courtship among the Amish is more secretive. A couple won't announce their engagement until just a few weeks before their wedding. They keep it a secret (as long as they can). It is always an occasion for a new dress for the bride. They typically don't wear white but one of the more acceptable colors of their ...
"How do the Amish live?"
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There is something surreal about an early morning fog in the valleys of southeast Ohio. Hill tops look like tiny islands surrounded by mysterious white fluff. As the sun slowly burns off the low-lying haze, one notices small clusters of Amish homes nestled within the edges of woodlands & harvested fields. Dairymen, already finished with their early morning milking, have given leave to the cows who now slowly choose a place in the pasture to enjoy another fall day. A breeze blows through the low-lands & chases off the final wisps of any lingering haze. A new beauty emerges for ...
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Our Hannah S. Miller and Dave Mast got some beautiful photos from this past weekends 2014 Antique Festival held in Millersburg. The historic downtown had another special weekend full of food, leaves, parades and a slew of entertainment. Look for more stories and a complete wrap up in the Monday Oct. 13 edition of the Holmes County Bargain Hunter.
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