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    Comment on Family Time (July 9th, 2007 at 08:43)

    You get to do some amazing things. I am learning a lot. So the Amish are OK buying that book from a non-Amish.

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    Natalya (talj)
    Comment on Family Time (July 9th, 2007 at 06:14)

    What an interesting post! I am learning so much from your travels it really is exciting to see what you have been upto! The photos are lovely and I look forward to your next post! :o)

    Have a good week :o)

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    Comment on Family Time (July 11th, 2007 at 19:45)

    Thanks Natalya!

    Rhea thanks as well, good question, they are fine with doing business with English people on just about anything, as long as it’s not Sunday. An important thing is that a lot of them have had the books before and know them in the community.

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