6 responses to Thursday Round-Up: The Camels are Multiplying
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    Comment on Thursday Round-Up: The Camels are Multiplying (June 19th, 2014 at 06:45)

    I can’t wait to see a buggy rolling along behind some camels. Wonder if you could use a single hitch or if you’d need a two-camel hitch….

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    City Slicker
    Comment on Amish Camels ... (June 19th, 2014 at 07:52)

    Amish Camels ...

    … for some unknown reason are probably only hitched to the buggies on Wednesdays …

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    Comment on Great article! (June 19th, 2014 at 09:55)

    Great article!

    Great article. And love the pictures.

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    Comment on Thursday Round-Up: The Camels are Multiplying (June 19th, 2014 at 11:45)

    David Arment has some wonderful photos, I’m glad to see he is sponsoring AmishAmerica.com

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    Alice Mary
    Comment on Camels & poound cake (June 19th, 2014 at 13:50)

    Camels & poound cake

    My mother used to buy and bake Dromedary pound cake mix. It must have been sometime in grade school when I realized “Dromedary” had to do with camels–those with one hump, rather than two. The pound cake DID have “one hump”. I ALWAYS think of pound cake (I’m over 60) when someone mentions camels. Or—Clark Bars (“I want a Clark Bar.” I recall the camel in the commercial saying). Can you tell it’s time for lunch and I’m hungry?

    I’m sure camel milk will have many uses, like donkey or goats milk–especially cosmetic ones (goats milk lotion is great for dry hands).

    I can imagine Amish teens (males, anyway) opting for camel races during Rumspringa…

    Oh—I just heard the same triglyceride/gene info on the radio this morning! I’m on a statin for high triglyceride, so the story is of interest to me, for sure! Also, I often wondered how the Amish could eat all that lard, cream, butter, bacon, etc., and yet still seem to live healthy lives (one would think heart attacks would be rampant).

    Alice Mary

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