8 responses to Amish in Delaware
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    Alice Aber
    Comment on Amish in Delaware (July 27th, 2011 at 12:40)

    Erik, glad you are on your way back home. 🙂 Safe travels to you!! I did not know you could do much of anything with Kindles except read books. Well at least you can make some posts with it, that is good.

    Blessings, Alice

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    Robert Gschwind
    Comment on Sure is versitil (July 27th, 2011 at 12:56)

    Sure is versitil

    I have two and my wife has one. All sorts of little goodies. It will even read to you. No need for an audion book (it is sort of monotone though). E-mail too. Heading to the OBX next week so I will be taking one with me. I wonder the same thing. It would be interesting to find that out if any Amish have them.

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    Alice Aber
    Comment on Amish in Delaware (July 27th, 2011 at 13:01)

    Thanks for the information Robert. I might check in to getting one. Sounds like they can be pretty handy when away from the computer.

    Blessings, Alice

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      Mary Miller
      Comment on Look into Nook (July 27th, 2011 at 14:09)

      Look into Nook

      I’ve heard good things about the Nook, too!

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    Lee Ann
    Comment on Amish in Delaware (July 27th, 2011 at 15:46)

    you can put recipes on the kindle and take it in the kitchen to cook! You can do so much with the kindle.

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    Comment on Amish in Delaware (July 27th, 2011 at 16:40)

    Welcome back home Erik. And id like to look into those myself, i admit i know really nothing about them other than you can read book on them. So it sounds like it does have some internet access, if so do you pay for it and is it something like 3g speed on a cell phone. And can you view web pages. Richard from www.Amishstorys.com

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    Comment on Amish in Delaware (July 27th, 2011 at 21:36)

    Cheers to the Amish State Guide and it’s completion, however, I have a feeling, inkling and hope that these 28 States of Amish America will never be complete because there is always so much more to be known and written about, even if the “thumb nail sketch” is completed. Excellent work, Erik!

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    Comment on Delawarean (September 21st, 2015 at 13:05)


    I know this article was posted a long time ago, but I thought you should know there’s an Amish shop in Laurel, Delaware in Sussex county. At lest I’m pretty sure it’s Amish. The young girls are definitely dressed Amish. I think it’s called Dutch Country something-or-other. It’s right off 13 by Johnny Janosik furniture store and the Laurel flea market (not Bargain Bill’s). They sell some dry goods but they are mostly known for their hot food. They make up what they plan to serve for the day and keep it under heat lamps and when it’s gone, it’s gone. They also sell deli meats and cheese and very delicious (but expensive) beef jerky.

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