11 responses to Ethridge Amish photos

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    Sharon
    Great Photos (September 20th, 2011 at 07:39)

    Great Photos

    Oh these are very good! Thanks for sharing. Especially like the one with the little boy and his father (?)on the work wagon. So cute, and the little boy is learning a farming chore. I also enjoy learning about the different districts and seeing photos!
    Sharon

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    linda saul
    Ethridge photos (September 20th, 2011 at 09:02)

    Ethridge photos

    Great pictures. Just makes me wish I was there. I am from Ontario and we are getting more and more Mennonites moved to this area. Which is great. Keep those pictures coming.

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    Ethridge Amish photos (September 20th, 2011 at 09:31)

    I always enjoy the photos you send. I think that little guy’s boots were bigger than him:) I’ll be in Lancaster this week too, Erik. Who knows, maybe we’ll cross paths:)

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    ann
    Ethridge Amish photos (September 20th, 2011 at 10:38)

    Love the pictures especially the one with the little boy on the wagon.

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    Alice Mary
    Shadow (September 20th, 2011 at 17:50)

    Shadow

    I was especially taken with the shadow of the windmill on the barn—like a ghost (I’d like to paint it on to keep it there permanently…don’t know why).

    Thanks for the photos, Adair! I enjoyed each one.

    Alice Mary

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    Lois Morgan
    Peace In the Valley (September 20th, 2011 at 18:53)

    Peace In the Valley

    This takes me back to my childhood in the farming area of New York State. I miss it, and all it contained. It is not far from Lancaster County,in PA. where I was born.

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    Slightly-handled-Order-man
    Plain attire Ethridge Amish style (September 20th, 2011 at 21:30)

    Plain attire Ethridge Amish style

    The men in these pictures don’t look very hard to emulate in terms of plainness, in fact their clothing looks quite off the rack, except for the straw hats. I don’t know about anyone else, but I can dress like them quite easily, including my straw hat.

    In a way, it would be great if they were the standard, but it’s obvious its not always the case, eh?

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    kristin jager
    Ethridge Photos (September 23rd, 2011 at 13:58)

    Ethridge Photos

    I really enjoy looking at photos of the Amish homesteads, barns, farms, and horses and buggies. The photos are beautiful. I almost feel like I am right there…present in the picture. I especially love the photo of the red barn and the dad and little boy driving the horse-cart. Thanks for sharing these great photos. It is nice seeing photos of different Amish communities.
    Blessings. I hope you are enjoying your stay in PA. It is one of my favorite places:-)
    Kristin J.

    Ethridge Photos

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    Melissa
    Amish photos (September 29th, 2011 at 14:19)

    Amish photos

    I love these photos, these are so beautiful and so filled with real life, not the life of what most people live today. But the living and breathing life of really working hard and seeing what you worked hard for.

    I love pictures of their homes, their barns and their life, Thanks for sharing!

    Melissa

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    Theresa Ledbetter
    Basket maker passes on to his great reward (February 12th, 2014 at 02:43)

    Basket maker passes on to his great reward

    This past weekend I made one of my regular trips to visit as many friends in the Amish area as I could fit into one weekend. I was saddened to learn that Mr. Mahlon Gingerich had passed away on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. Mr. & Mrs. Gingerich are basket makers and their place is pictured here (5th picture down) with the gray sided shop building. I’m glad I was able to purchase several of his baskets over the years…keepsakes for me, my children & an Easter basket for my grand-daughter. Sweet memories of this man, for sure! This is the 1st time I have ever experienced a death/funeral in all of my years visiting this community. I must say it was a very touching experience. I believe there were very few Amish that didn’t attend the gathering at younger son’s farm next door. I think there were more men, women & children there than I’ve ever saw at one time….and I thought there was a lot at the auctions & sale barn! Such a heartwarming site to see.
    Theresa in Alabama

    Basket maker passes on to his great reward

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