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    Sue Griffith
    Comment on Nappanee, Indiana Amish (May 21st, 2010 at 15:28)

    Going through northern Indiana in horse and oxen drawn wagons, staying on Amish farms along the way, was the best experience of my life.

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    James Turner
    Comment on The lord God (August 8th, 2013 at 17:10)

    The lord God

    I love God, and the word of God. It is nice to see a people that Believe in living there lives in purity and they seem to be a good honest hard working folks. I hope one day I can spen some time there to visit and get to learn more about them. Hands on is the best way to learn.
    James in Texas

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