9 responses to Lancaster ho!
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    Dave Carrig
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 7th, 2008 at 12:32)

    Eric –

    Let us know the exact dates once you find out. I have work obligations on the 25th but I should be able to catch your lectures on any other day.

    Glad to see you got all the bugs ironed out on the blog too!

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    Helen Parnell-Berry
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 7th, 2008 at 12:45)

    Have a good time back in the US. Let me know when you’re next “passing through” the UK and I’ll buy you a cuppa tea 😀

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    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 8th, 2008 at 10:20)

    I live in South Jersey and am looking forward to your lectures! I would love to go!

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    Matthew
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 9th, 2008 at 09:17)

    Erik,

    Glad to see you got the code issues straightened out. Its amazing how simple coding errors can create big headaches!

    Best wishes for safe travels and a profitable learning experience.

    Matthew

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    Debbie
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 10th, 2008 at 18:30)

    Erik:

    I will be in the Lancaster area and am wondering if you know of any Amish families who cook dinner for Englischers? A few years back there was such a lady but she no longer does it. I was just hoping to have some real good Amish food when I am visiting.
    Just visited the Amish community in Beeville TX. I hadn’t been there for over two years and was pleasantly surprised. There are many more houses then before. I saw more horses and a few head of cattle. Does anyone know how many people are living there now?
    Keep up the good work.
    Debbie

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    Morinne
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 19th, 2008 at 12:42)

    Please let me know the dates/times of your lectures.

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    Kenzi
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (August 19th, 2008 at 17:55)

    I’ll be heading to Lancaster for the weekend and so looking forward to it! :)

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    mahee
    Comment on Lancaster ho! (September 9th, 2008 at 04:08)

    Eric,
    I will be visiting Lancaster county and will be staying there for couple of days. i would like to stay with an Amish family and try to understand their rituals and lifestyle. is there someone i can talk to? how should i work things out.

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    Comment on Lancaster County Amish homestay (September 9th, 2008 at 08:55)

    Lancaster County Amish homestay

    Mahee, I usually recommend people to try to learn as much as they can about the Amish beforehand and then get to know someone first, form a genuine relationship with them, and then just ask if you can stay for a couple of days…if you have the time to do that it would probably be the best way with the added benefit of making friends. But there may also be short-term homestay situations in Lancaster, to be honest I am not sure and among my acquaintances I do not know anyone that does that. I am aware that there are options for having a meal in an Amish home and this may be searchable on the internet. Sorry my info is not better than that.

    I don’t know how much you have studied, but if you read up as much as you can beforehand, it will help you to understand aspects of Amish society when you come. Hope that is of some help, and best to you!

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