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Why are barns painted red?

Published: 08/04/2016 by in Articles

Why are barns painted red?

Ever wonder why old barns are usually red in color?

Mudlarked in Historic Roscoe Village

Published: 01/05/2015 by Ken McEntee in Articles

Mudlarked in Historic Roscoe Village

Your canal boat is stuck in Roscoe Village for repairs. Whatever will you do to pass the time?

The Cool Side of Summer

Published: 06/15/2017 by John Mast in Articles

The Cool Side of Summer

These popular ice cream destinations really (root beer) float your boat!

Chuggin' Along

Published: 12/16/2015 by Beth Newcomb in Articles

Chuggin' Along

Mooney Warther’s passion for carving is the engine that drives steam evolution.

Sugar and spice and everything nice

Published: 02/22/2016 by Colleen Callahan in Articles

Sugar and spice and everything nice

People travel far and wide to experience bucolic Holmes County and its old-style bakeries. Some are visibly located on state routes, while others are tucked away off the beaten path.

Christmas candlelightings in Historic Roscoe Village

Published: 11/25/2013 by Colleen Callahan in Articles

Christmas candlelightings in Historic Roscoe Village

Guests visiting Roscoe Village Dec. 1, 8 and 15 will have the opportunity to experience a truly old-fashioned Christmas.

The New Hot Spot

Published: 02/06/2018 by Beth Newcomb in Articles

The New Hot Spot

Berlin Grande Hotel is always looking to improve your next experience

Through the Years

Published: 03/16/2015 by Beth Newcomb in Articles

Through the Years

Inside a “Heritage” shop in Ohio’s Amish Country

Rediscover the simple life at Yoder’s Amish Home

Published: 10/13/2011 by By Joanne Lehman in Articles

Rediscover the simple life at Yoder’s Amish Home

Yoder’s Amish Home is the perfect place to begin any visit to Amish Country. This 116-acre farm provides visitors a close-up view of a way of life they may only glimpse as they drive past the homes and farms dotting the hills of Holmes County.

A Town by any Other Name

Published: 05/29/2015 by Denice Rovira Hazlett with Edward Schrock in Articles

A Town by any Other Name

From Limpytown to Poochtown, there’s a story behind the history of Amish Country’s tiny burgs and hollers.


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