16 responses to Eastside Harness & Tack Shop (Topeka, IN)
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    Comment on Eastside Harness & Tack Shop (Topeka, IN) (October 24th, 2011 at 07:09)

    Oh man, I have some pics that look a lot like this from a harness shop in Daviess County, IN!! If I can figure out how to send them to you, I will. Have a great week, Erik ~

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    Sharon R
    Comment on Harness Shops (October 24th, 2011 at 07:28)

    Harness Shops

    OH How Cool!!
    Thanks for sharing this small piece of Indiana! I bet these items are very well made, as well!! Yes, when I spotted the FAN, I was thinking there must be a generator someplace!! :)
    SharonR

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    Comment on Eastside Harness & Tack Shop (Topeka, IN) (October 24th, 2011 at 09:33)

    The smell of a tack shop is something special! I noticed the supplements and the various bottles and such of treatments. We shepherds sometimes make use of the more common horse treatments for other four footed animals.

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    Comment on Amish energy and Sunday (October 24th, 2011 at 10:55)

    Amish energy and Sunday

    Hi Erik,
    Interesting post and great photos, as always.
    Some Amish folks are using solar panels to charge batteries, then they hook up an inverter and run sewing machines and even fax machines off of them.
    I know the Amish take the day of rest very seriously so I wonder if the Amish cook on Sundays?

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      Rudy
      Comment on Harness shop (October 24th, 2011 at 12:06)

      Harness shop

      They have some of the best meals u will ever taste

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      Comment on Eastside Harness & Tack Shop (Topeka, IN) (October 24th, 2011 at 15:06)

      Sundays is usually a leftovers day, or day to eat something prepared in advance. You wouldn’t get down to a whole lot of baking or cooking that day.

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      Lee Ann
      Comment on Eastside Harness & Tack Shop (Topeka, IN) (October 24th, 2011 at 21:25)

      No the Amish do not cook on Sunday. They cook everything on Sat. and just eat like sandwiches and salads on Sunday. Sometimes cold chicken.

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    Comment on Eastside Harness & Tack Shop (Topeka, IN) (October 24th, 2011 at 14:08)

    @Rudy – Uhhhh, what???

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on Sniff! What's that smell? (October 24th, 2011 at 14:21)

    Sniff! What's that smell?

    Too bad these emails can’t be “scratch and sniff”. Is the smell of an Amish tack shop anything like that of an old fashioned cobbler/shoe repair shop? THAT I’m familiar with!

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    Lois Morgan
    Comment on Harness Shop (October 24th, 2011 at 14:23)

    Harness Shop

    Say, while thinking about various forms of transportation including the horse. I wondered whether or not the Amish can ride on trains?

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    Shawn
    Comment on Harness Shop (October 24th, 2011 at 17:08)

    Harness Shop

    This looks more modern than my friend in New Wilmington’s Harness Shop. Theirs is in a barn. But it still has lots of bridles and stuff.

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    Jon Rahaley
    Comment on Price list ?? (June 16th, 2012 at 19:33)

    Price list ??

    Is there any chance of you supplying a price list for harness sets, ranging from full to heavy. I reside in Australia and am looking for to purchase a number of harness sets. Thanking you in anticipation, Jon

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      Comment on Eastside harness prices (June 17th, 2012 at 07:26)

      Eastside harness prices

      Jon, probably not so convenient for you in Australia but your best bet is to either write them or ring them. The address is above.

      I don’t know what the phone situation at Eastside is (some Amish businesses have particular times for calling), but the number, which I found online, is: (260) 593-2646. Happy hunting.

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        Jon
        Comment on Thankyou (June 17th, 2012 at 08:04)

        Thankyou

        Erik,Thanks for your time.Regards, Jon

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