If they don't use electricity, how can the Amish sometimes have water heaters, stoves and refrigerators in their homes?
First, the Amish use gas in many of these instances. Many appliances that they run on electricity can be converted to run on natural gas, propane or white gas. It's not uncommon to have their washing machines hooked up to a gasoline engine to run it. Also, some have windmills on their property which generate power. This is acceptable because it is self-reliance on a natural, Godly source of power as opposed to being connected to our power lines with their ...
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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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OhiosAmishCountry.com will be at the AAA Great Vacations Expo Jan. 16-18 in downtown Columbus Ohio spearheading an exhibit involving multiple businesses from Holmes Co., the Village of Sugarcreek and Historic Downtown Millersburg.
Visit our booth and register to win a framed Billy Jacobs painting, tickets to the Amish Country Theater, an overnight stay in Amish Country, and more. While at our booth, sample delicious treats from Main Street Fudge and Popcorn and Heini's Cheese. Also, don't forget to pickup your self-guided tour booklet H.I.T.C.H, author LaVonne DeBois will be on hand to sign it for you!
Dutchman Hospitality Group is ...
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