7 responses to Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’
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    ann
    Comment on Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’ (February 14th, 2010 at 13:21)

    Half my (very large) family spends the winter down near Pinecraft… Grandpa’s known there as the cool old guy on the 2 wheeled bike… 😉

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    Comment on Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’ (February 14th, 2010 at 17:00)

    Hello,
    Maybe you could do a post on the 4th annual “Anabaptist Identity Conference” scheduled in Pinecraft for March 12-14. Its a gathering of people from various Anabaptist groups striving to maintain the old Anabaptist spirit and teachings that got this whole thing arollin’ about 500 years ago.
    Mike

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    Comment on Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’ (February 15th, 2010 at 11:41)

    Erik – I follow a blog by a woman (Katie Troyer) who lives in Pinecraft and now contributes pictures to their local paper. A HUGE highlight down there is the coming and going of the buses. It’s a much more relaxed way of life down there for the Amish and she captures so many moments from everyday life. It’s my-pinecraft-life.blogspot.com/ I just love these candid shots ~

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    Comment on Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’ (February 15th, 2010 at 13:28)

    Beth, Mike, thanks for the heads up on those two!

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    Ann Whitaker
    Comment on Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’ (February 15th, 2010 at 22:24)

    We had 6 inches of snow in my town in MS last Friday; I’m almost ready to catch a bus to Pinecraft myself. Thanks for the interesting post.

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    Thanks Ann, I think the Pinecraft bunch has the right idea. Here in Poland, there are literally 3-foot icicles hanging of the tops of the buildings right now. Not a good idea to be walking around underneath, especially today when everything started melting a bit.

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    evelyn S
    Comment on Pinecraft, Florida – ‘Amish Country South’ (February 21st, 2010 at 07:55)

    My husband and I have been to Pinecraft and it is delightful. It is on the slow and easy side of life which we feel is what vacation is all about. Young people might be bored there but it is good to show them another way people live and learn another culture’s way of life. There are modern business’s and restaurants for those who need a worldly fix. I think if you visit Pinecraft you will be glad you did and just maybe you might want to go back.

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