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An Amish Barn Raising

Published: 03/06/2017 in Articles

An Amish Barn Raising

The Amish may handle their tasks the hard way, but they definitely do get them done.

The old Amish house

Published: 08/19/2016 by Meghan Millea in Articles

The old Amish house

After 24 years Alma Hershberger considers the guest house at Schrock’s Heritage Village a second home

Not Your Average Cup of Joe

Published: 04/20/2017 by Bruce Stambaugh in Articles

Not Your Average Cup of Joe

Coffeehouses with a mission offer visitors great options and cozy atmosphere to nurse their caffeine crush.

Old Glory

Published: 08/04/2015 by Bruce Stambaugh in Articles

Old Glory

Bring pride back from MADE IN THE USA.

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?

Cruise the historic Lincoln Highway

Published: 06/18/2012 by Ohio's Amish Country in Articles

Cruise the historic Lincoln Highway

What better way to spend a few summer days than cruising along the historic Lincoln Highway? Originally running coast to coast and connecting many cities, towns, and villages, it was a major factor in bringing prosperity to small locales.

That Warm and Fuzzy Feeling

Published: 10/24/2018 by Ken McEntee in Articles

That Warm and Fuzzy Feeling

Experience the warmth of small-town America in Historic Downtown Millersburg

Amish & English

Published: 03/16/2015 by Sharon Strouse in Articles

Amish & English

As they live side by side in Amish Country, are they really all that different?

It's About Time

Published: 08/11/2016 by Denice Rovira Hazlett in Articles

It's About Time

to visit Sugarcreek, the Little Switzerland of Ohio

Visit the town that doesn’t exist

Published: 02/27/2012 by Ohio's Amish Country in Articles

Visit the town that doesn’t exist

Kidron, a tiny village tucked away in the idyllic farm country of northeastern Ohio, was never legally incorporated and therefore doesn’t exist. Which is why Lehman’s is often difficult to find using today’s technology [see adjacent article].


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