6 responses to Back to Holmes County
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    Comment on Back to Holmes County (September 5th, 2007 at 06:29)

    Holmes County is less congested than Lancaster County. I was terrified the whole time we were visiting Lancaster due to the number of Amish children on these sort-of pedal-scooters(?) on the roads and self-centered SUV drivers flying around them over blind rises in the road. By comparison biking the off-road dual-use trail from Danville to Brinkhaven near the Holmes County is much more serene. Danville was my first first-hand encounter with Rumspringa youth though I had heard of it previously.

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    Comment on Back to Holmes County (September 5th, 2007 at 08:34)

    I love that part of Ohio, too. Hoped to get out there this summer and perhaps even meet you, but it didn’t come to pass. How long are you there?

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    Emma
    Comment on Back to Holmes County (September 5th, 2007 at 12:34)

    Ahhh! Holmes county! I’m jealous! Three years I didn’t go and I just feel homesick!

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    Comment on Back to Holmes County (September 5th, 2007 at 14:55)

    So you’re back in Holmes. If you get on down to Maple Valley Fence south of Charm within a week’s time, we could meet. I am moving to Quaker City before the 15th. Be interesting to chat with you. If you want a job, I could set you up to take over my Amish taxi service that I am leaving. :-) Mike Atnip

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    Comment on Back to Holmes County (September 6th, 2007 at 18:47)

    G’s you are right. I plan to get out and enjoy the Holmes County trail which I’d always heard about but never had the chance to bike.

    Rhea, I am here for a few more weeks. Every day is a treasure.

    Emma you should still come, it’s as good as you remember.

    Mike that is cool. You are leaving pretty soon! Here’s my email: ewesner@gmail.com, maybe I will be able to pop in to MVF when I’m down that way!

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    Marie
    Comment on Back to Holmes County (May 18th, 2010 at 08:55)

    Love all the pictures and information!
    Thank you!

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