8 responses to Lancaster Happenings, part two
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    Monica
    Comment on Lancaster Happenings, part two (September 7th, 2009 at 16:23)

    Like clockwork, I miss the Stoltzfus dinner every year. :-( Perhaps a good chunk of my 999,999 cousins made it.

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    Rick
    Comment on Lancaster Happenings, part two (September 8th, 2009 at 13:41)

    Do I get a reduced rate since I only ‘borrowed’ the name ‘Gideon Stoltzfus’ when I did that presentation I told you about?

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    Mitz
    Comment on Lancaster Happenings, part two (September 9th, 2009 at 09:47)

    Off Topic: Check this link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125244227154093575.html#articleTabs=article

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    Comment on Lancaster Happenings, part two (September 15th, 2009 at 08:09)

    Could be Rick! Monica you may have had a few cousins, there were a few dozen in attendance, probably around 50 people. And Mitz thanks for the link, I checked it out, Amish fiction is an interesting topic right now especially.

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    Beth
    Comment on Lancaster Happenings, part two (July 29th, 2011 at 15:48)

    What a beautiful home it turned out to be. I’ll have to look for it when I go to Lancaster!

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    Carolyn B
    Comment on Stolzfus link from 2012 Post (May 8th, 2012 at 12:08)

    Stolzfus link from 2012 Post

    Erik, thanks for including this link in today’s Amish America blog on Mose Smucker. I really enjoyed getting this background info. And, as you know ’cause I’ve said it before, I do get a kick out of stumbling across old Amish America blogs to get a better sense of the Amish America community of followers.

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      Comment on Lancaster Happenings, part two (May 8th, 2012 at 18:18)

      Thank you Carolyn, this “Lancaster Happenings” series was definitely a lot of fun to write. My father was up visiting with me and it was a nice time “roughing it” with Amish friends.

      When it comes to the older stuff, as of right now the site has over 1,000 posts, and I think you’ll find there are a wealth of very interesting comments if you poke around a little bit :)

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    Donald Groff
    Comment on Don G. Older may be better (February 11th, 2014 at 14:58)

    Don G. Older may be better

    This takes me back to Leola where work on Grand Pa’s farm was tough but rewarding. There’s much to admire about the Amish culture, whose focus is family and faith.

    Don G

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