6 responses to Ira Wagler on South-End Lancaster County
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    Comment on Ira Wagler on South-End Lancaster County (October 10th, 2009 at 14:43)

    Yep, I’m a faithful Ira Wagler follower – not as long as I’ve followed Amish America, but probably pretty close. How disappointed I was when he said he was going to forego his weekly posts to take a break and just post here and there. I think since he said that he’s still posted a few times – and that was just like in the last month or so. It’s hard to stay gone too long I think!! I’m so glad you linked to him. I’ve noticed you’re posting a lot more, too, and I’m THRILLED about that!! Have a great weekend ~ ☺

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    Janice
    Comment on Ira Wagler on South-End Lancaster County (October 10th, 2009 at 20:00)

    I, too, am very happy to see more posts from you, Erik, although I did understand you were chained to your books and unable to post very often. I always enjoy your humor and your photographs and usually learn something to boot. I’m very eager to read your Amish business book, most especially because I am hoping to open a small business in Lancaster County in the near future that will cater primarily to Amish. So bring on the blogs and bring on the books … we’re all eyes!

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    Comment on Ira Wagler on South-End Lancaster County (October 10th, 2009 at 20:05)

    That was great, Erik. Thanks for letting us know about him.

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    Comment on Creative process of writing Amish books (October 10th, 2009 at 15:13)

    Creative process of writing Amish books

    Hi imPH, I’m not surprised to hear you enjoy Ira’s blog–really standout writing, and I always enjoy it. And I am thrilled to hear you are thrilled about the upsurge in posting–I plan it to be that way from now on, back to a regular schedule at least.

    Writing, editing and polishing the Amish business book and the Polish Amish book over the past year have required a lot of creative energy that would have otherwise gone into the blog. I like to think I’ve crammed at least 2 or 3 Amish Americas’ worth into each book. It was a loooooong process, but a lot of fun and I hope that readers will enjoy them. Thanks for being in touch.

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    Comment on Ira Wagler on South-End Lancaster County (October 10th, 2009 at 20:15)

    BTW, regarding the Amishman who may once have had a run-in with a zoning officer, I am reminded that when I stop on my bike rides to take photos of houses and farms along the way, the places where I’m likely to have someone come out of the house yelling at me, asking what I’m doing, are the places that are somewhat rundown. I don’t know for sure why that is, but given that I myself live on a place that has sometimes been in a state of suspicious compliance with state and local ordinances, I can understand. BTW, these people who confront me also tend to be some of the more interesting characters I meet, too.

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    Comment on Ira Wagler on South-End Lancaster County (October 11th, 2009 at 17:46)

    Hey Janice, Spokes, thanks for touching base! Am more than glad to be back…and that’s an interesting observation Spokesrider.

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