5 responses to Part three of Lancaster Happenings
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    Janice
    Comment on Part three of Lancaster Happenings (September 15th, 2009 at 04:59)

    Love your posts, your photos, and your sense of humor! Can you tell us the location of the new market in Maryland, please?

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    Comment on Part three of Lancaster Happenings (September 15th, 2009 at 08:07)

    Thanks Janice! It is an established market but was new for me–off of I-83, exit 20 at Cockeysville. If you’re in the mood the Markets at Shrewsbury just a little ways up across the PA border is another good one, and a good bit larger–exit 4 (or 8) off I-83, and follow the signs.

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    Janice
    Comment on Part three of Lancaster Happenings (September 15th, 2009 at 19:13)

    Hey, thanks! It’s a new one for me, too — actually both of them will be — so I’m looking forward to trying each one … thanks again!

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    Bill
    Comment on Part three of Lancaster Happenings (September 17th, 2009 at 18:47)

    Good posts here from the Lancaster area, Erik.

    A very well done restoration to the “Stoltzfus House” from what one can see from the photos.

    And speaking of photos, the photos you post here aren’t so much “poaching”,(your quote), as they are a “respectful chronicle”,(my quote). :)
    I may be mistaken but I don’t think most Amish would have a problem with the photos you post here. What do you think?

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    Comment on Amish on 18 Kids and Counting (September 18th, 2009 at 07:47)

    Amish on 18 Kids and Counting

    Thanks Bill, I agree with you. Most Amish probably wouldn’t have a problem. Posing for photos is usually the big issue, and these friends were fine with these photos being taken; I actually have others with the kids smiling for the camera (dad stood to the side observing, out of view of the lens). One of my Amish friends recently shared the sentiment that some Amish are going to have a problem with any attention whatsoever given by the outside world, even including, for example scholarly books. On the other hand, you have the Ohio New Order family that were on the “18 kids and counting” program the other night, giving a tour of their home for the cameras.

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