4 responses to Amish snowbirds
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    Comment on Amish snowbirds (May 26th, 2008 at 02:20)

    My Old Order Amish Grandpa, among other things, roller blades in Pinecraft when he’s there for the winter… I’m still waiting to see it myself!

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    Comment on Amish snowbirds (February 25th, 2009 at 04:25)

    I thought that Amish were a simple people , stearing clear of modernd day accessories such as Cell phone. I visited the YODERS market in sarasota FLorida, when , and I remind you in full *amish* dress, two young Amish (or mayhaps Mennanintes>) girls came into the farmers market, dorning Blackberry Cell phones. It seemed quite contradictory to me, and a bit hypocritical to all of the stories and reading I had previously encountered. Are there *rules* of social behaviors that have changed with the times? Just curious. It was like a step back in time , untl the cell phoned teenagers arrived.

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    Comment on Amish snowbirds (February 25th, 2009 at 04:45)

    Good questions Mishel, for further background you might enjoy reading some posts under the ‘The Amish and technology’ category found on the left side of the blog, also the ‘Rumspringa’ category.

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    Ron Lyscas
    Comment on Amish snowbirds (July 9th, 2009 at 12:23)

    I am looking for a well built or a Amish builder to build a classic style Amish shed/chicken coop. The size will be 8×10 and there are many examples on the Lancaster Amish website of this coop.

    If you are familiar with these buildings and are very much a perfectionist, like the Amish are up north, please call or write to me. I need this built today or sooner, but that’s unlikely, but definately built by Amish workers, no matter when it gets built. Thanks, Ron

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