3 responses to Yoders Celebrate 300 Years In North America
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    Juanita Cook
    Comment on Yoders Celebrate 300 Years In North America (September 7th, 2017 at 08:10)

    I have been to Yoder. Ks. a couple years ago. They have a wonderful restaurant there and a lovely gift shop in the restaurant. The town is very small and most of the stores were closed when we were there. Would go back again to eat at their wonderful restaurant. At this moment I can’t remember the name of it. But you can’t miss it. It is right before you go into the main part of town.

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      Comment on Yoders Celebrate 300 Years In North America (September 7th, 2017 at 09:33)

      Sounds like a nice visit, Juanita. I noticed Yoder is described as an “unincorporated community” which usually means pretty small. If I make it out there I’ll know where to grab a bite 🙂

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    Comment on Yoders Celebrate 300 Years In North America (September 7th, 2017 at 13:12)

    I live on east coast of Florida and have wanted to go to Pinecraft. I figure I will make a trip in off season so I wont have to stand in line at Yoders.

    I wonder how they are preparing for the hurricane. Praying everyone stays safe.

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