14 responses to Autumn Scenes From Snyder County, PA (20 Photos)
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    Alex Knisely
    Comment on How homesick you make me! (October 30th, 2015 at 09:11)

    How homesick you make me!

    Lovely pictures…

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    Comment on Autumn Scenes From Snyder County, PA (20 Photos) (October 30th, 2015 at 09:14)

    Gorgeous pictures! I especially love the one of Merle’s Custom Furniture. It belongs on a wall in a frame!

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    Comment on Autumn pictures (October 30th, 2015 at 10:57)

    Autumn pictures

    Wonderful captures of Fall market time in Amish country!

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    Comment on That Barn!! (October 31st, 2015 at 00:28)

    That Barn!!

    Whoa! Is it an optical illusion or is the barn in the photo with the horse and buggy riding toward it – leaning at an impossible and alarming angle?

    The photos are so beautiful, I love fall back east. Thanks for posting them.

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    Jeff Baker
    Comment on Great memories from Fall in the north (October 31st, 2015 at 05:08)

    Great memories from Fall in the north

    These pictures bring back great memories from the Fall in the north.

    I miss not having a garden anymore(No time to get a rented plot somewhere and we live on the fourth floor of a condo building in south Florida with mosquito netting on the balcony)and I miss apple picking.

    I like summer all year round and do not miss the days of professionally removing snow.

    My Amish fix comes from visiting Pinecraft- Florida a few times a year now.

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    Randy A
    Comment on Beautiful Colors (October 31st, 2015 at 06:53)

    Beautiful Colors

    What beautiful autumn colors. This my favorite time of the year.

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    Comment on Autumn Scenes From Snyder County, PA (20 Photos) (November 2nd, 2015 at 06:35)

    Wow! Some beautiful scenery there! I’d love to send some pictures from this way! We are bare for the most part now…but it was beautiful for a short while. Thanks for posting!

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on Autumn Scenes From Snyder County, PA (20 Photos) (November 2nd, 2015 at 12:32)

    I wish I could “shop” from these photos—lots of things I’d like to “order”!

    I love the ideas with the gourds/nests/chicken coop! I’ll keep them in mind for next year’s Fall decorating.

    I need to ask, about the last photo (Merle’s Custom Furniture), is that black spray-painted graffiti on the right side, behind the shovel and along the bottom of the building? It doesn’t look like shadows. Curious!

    Fall is my absolute favorite season, as well. In my county (Northeastern Illinois), fall colors have been lasting longer than I thought they would. My burning bush is still not totally red, neighbors trees (red maples) still holding most of their red leaves, as are other vines and bushes(I have a forsythia that thinks it’s spring and is blooming!) Yes, we’ve had frost & freezing temps, but today (and most of this week) it’s supposed to be in the low 70’s! Scary, as more than once in the past, this warmer spell preceded a severe cold snap with lots of snow. Fingers crossed!

    Thanks for these photos, Jerry!

    Alice Mary

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      Comment on Fall colors (November 2nd, 2015 at 15:23)

      Fall colors

      The paint on the furniture shop……It’s over-spray from something he was painting. It’s not graffiti. I’m thinking it was a saw blade that he spray painted black.

      The leaning shed? It’s not an optical illusion. That shed has been leaning for 20 years. About 10 years ago a Nebraska order family bought the property. They use the barn but just never got around to taking care of the shed. The house with the trees in front is just across the road from the shed. These folks are on the extreme outside boarder of a huge OOM community. I’m not sure if they mingle much.

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    Jim Kramer
    Comment on Snyder County (November 2nd, 2015 at 18:06)

    Snyder County

    Super Bilder-mir gefallen sie ja wirklich sehr! Sie erinnern mich an die vielen kleinen Reisen, die ich nach Somerset Co., PA gemacht habe. Nochmals besten Dank!!

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    Al in Ky
    Comment on Autumn Scenes From Snyder County, PA (20 Photos) (November 3rd, 2015 at 16:09)

    Really enjoyed these pictures — especially of the produce auction.
    I’ve been to about ten different Amish/Old Order Mennonite produce
    auctions, but this one looks much bigger than any I’ve been to. If an Amish settlement has a produce auction, I think that’s a good place to begin your visit, especially in a settlement new to you. I’ve found that there usually are people there who will tell you where the Amish stores are in the settlement, as well as other interesting places to visit.

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