11 responses to Forgiveness Conference, Connection winners, and an odd green wagon
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    Stephanie Rollins
    Comment on Forgiveness Conference, Connection winners, and an odd green wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 06:17)

    It looks like an Amish-style concession buggy. Just thinking competely outside the box….

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    Al in Ky.
    Comment on Forgiveness Conference, Connection winners, and an odd green wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 06:28)

    I think it’s a wagon that used to sell produce, baked goods, etc.
    at some place like a farmer’s market, by the roadside, etc.

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      OldKat
      Comment on I agree with Al (September 19th, 2011 at 11:26)

      I agree with Al

      … I was going to guess a produce wagon for setting up as a portable road side produce stand. I could see some baked good and maybe some bottles of honey stuck in here and there.

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    Deb Posthuma
    Comment on Odd Green Wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 07:56)

    Odd Green Wagon

    It sure isn’t a photo booth, LOL My guess is it’s a book mobile! All areas need a moving book library.

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    edith
    Comment on green wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 08:00)

    green wagon

    This wagon was the first bus or way of travel for groups

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    Loretta
    Comment on Lancaster County (September 19th, 2011 at 08:40)

    Lancaster County

    Just returned from a refreshing 10 days in Lancaster County. The day I got there was the day of the flooding and over 100 roads were closed. What was supposed to be a 4 1/2 hour flight took 11 hours because of flights backed up to land in Philly. Then next flight was delayed, delayed, canceled…finally got off, had missed my next connection, waited on the next flight…you get the picture. What topped everything off, when I got to Lancaster Airport, ready to pick up my car from an off-site car rental, who was supposed to meet me, (and their office (in Akron) was only about 6-10 miles away), they refused to come, leaving me stranded. A very nice man I had talked to before (who works at the airport) was kind enough to leave his job and take me to Avis (an off-site location) to pick up a car.

    I said all that to say yes, everything was wonderful after that first day! Though they had some hot days, I think the weather was cooling some and fall is definitely in the air. There are still fields of corn, although I did see some being worked. Large, beautiful pumpkins lying in the fields. Apple cider for sale.

    Once place I wanted to go to was the Bent& Dent store mentioned here, I think the name of it is BBs. All I can say is if I lived there, I would shop there first then get the remainder of my groceries elsewhere. It’s a full grocery store, with a neat walk-in cooler at the back, very cold with all kinds of things there. There’s a neat gift store sitting beside it; it’s well worth the trip there to Quarryville. I left there and drove to Georgetown where a resturant has a “Amish Wedding Meal” on friday nights. It was great!

    Someone had mentioned Lantz Discount Groceries, I went there, they are a small grocery store. As soon as you walk in, turn right and check out their walk-in refrigerator with it’s old wooden door that shuts behind you. They make their cheese (I believe)–I brought home some spicy cheese for my son.

    My favorite thing that I did was, I took the “Witness” tour to the farm–loved it. It was pricey, but something I’ve long wanted to do.

    Home now, safe and sound–I know you will have a great time, Erik. There’s just something about being there in the fall.

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on If only it were true! (September 19th, 2011 at 09:56)

    If only it were true!

    My first thought about that strange wagon was, “It looks like a nice place to take a nap.” Then I read Deb’s reply and could only HOPE it was/is a bookmobile (I worked on a big one in Chicago years ago, but I’d like something like this, better.)

    It’s just one more idea (wish) for what I can do when/if I ever retire!

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    Comment on Something on my mind... (September 19th, 2011 at 13:30)

    Something on my mind...

    Hello Erik,
    I am thinking about something concerning my friends and other Amish people that I would like to tell you about privately. Do you have an email address or some other way for me to contact you?
    Thanks,
    Margie

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    Daniel Endy
    Comment on Forgiveness Conference, Connection winners, and an odd green wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 15:14)

    see you at the conference, Erik. I’ll look for you.

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    Mona G.
    Comment on Forgiveness Conference, Connection winners, and an odd green wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 17:48)

    I would say a vegetable & fruit wagon to sell their products…..

    Thanks Erik, glad I was a winner and looking forward to receiving my copy of THE CONNECTION MAGAZINE…..

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    Slightly-handled-Order-man
    Comment on Forgiveness Conference, Connection winners, and an odd green wagon (September 19th, 2011 at 21:00)

    Is it an Hearse?

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