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    1. Anne Arthur


      Riding shotgun?

    2. Robin Wyatt

      BuggyPooling, (amish version of Carpooling)

    3. Tagging along. We used to do this on the sleigh.

    4. Priscilla Daniel

      Hitchin- a- ride.

      1. Diane Paulson


        That’s what I was going to say!

    5. Joan

      Photo Caption

      So, Rebecca, does your Dad have to come along on EVERY date?

      1. Joan, that was funny! 🙂

      2. Nancee
    6. Esther
    7. Slightly-handled-Order-man

      “Amish Global Positioning Unit”
      “Mrs Yoder, despite her beliefs, really wanted a ‘Garfield’ window suction cup doll, but this was a compromise”
      “Eventually Jacob got use to his role in his family’s travels as counter balance for the horse”
      “The Strasburg Amish Bus Company”.

    8. Marilyn from NY

      Strasburg, PA

      My Old Order Mennonite Friends have a horse drawn wagon that comes around and picks up the children for school. They kiddingly call it the horse bus. For this picture how about the horse cab?

    9. Lee Ann

      Im with Magdalena for the title. “Tagging along”
      Reminds me of being a kid and jumping on the back of someone’s bike. Standing on the spokes.

    10. Lin

      Always room for one more!

    11. Linda

      If he’s standing on the springs, it could be a “Spring Ride.”

    12. barb baker

      hitchin a ride brother!!

    13. Robin M.

      Hey, Wait For Me!

      Strasburg is one of our very favorite places and our first choice when we start that search for our retirement in Lancaster County. I have dreams of living right outside of town and being able to stroll in whenever I want to! I think my husband would really enjoy being a volunteer at the rail road.

    14. Margaret

      Just pretend he isn’t there, and he’ll go away!

    15. Nat

      Tailgating allowed in Amish Country!

    16. sharon cawley

      MIND IF I “HOP ON”?

    17. Tom

      The ride

      “Hey Mervin, I really appreciate the lift into town”

    18. Viginia Compton

      Shhh! They don’t know I’m here!

    19. Alice Mary

      Where's the SMV triangle?

      In an instance like this, he oughta slap the SMV triangle on his back, rather than block it…you know, for safety’s sake. 🙂 (Maybe a helmet would be wise, too, but it’s probably too English.)

      Alice Mary

    20. Alice Mary


      He’s a WAAAAAY back-seat driver. (“Slow down, Jacob! I almost fell off back there!”)

      Alice Mary

    21. Betty Hamilton

      Clean up

      “So, does this mean that I get to clean up after the horse?”

    22. Nancee

      “Thought you’d leave the old man behind, eh? Don’t look back.”

    23. MaryAnn Pepe

      Big Brother is watching!

      Amish version of George Orwell’s book 1984! LOL

    24. Carolyn B

      Thank you to all the above posts

      A great big thank you to all of the above posts!!!
      With everything black, I had a difficult time seeing the contrast of the man and the buggy. Everyone else’s sharper eyes & wonderful descriptive captions helped me clarify what I was supposed to be seeing. Thanks again to the Amish America community of friends!
      Great shot, Erik. Dumb question, the tag-along’s hat looks a little English to me….any chance that’s you? 😀

      1. Not me Carolyn, but you must know me a little bit by now to ask that good question 🙂

    25. Comment

      As a chimney sweeper, I ask good lad, which chimney down the road is it?

    26. Yoder

      From the other comments, I like Tagalong, Back-seat driver, and Big Brother is watching!

      Thanks for the fun, Erik! Some of the sayings below are from the book, POPULAR PROVERBS & SAYINGS, by Titelman.

      Reuben’s Last Stand.
      Standing Room Only.
      Where’s the horse?
      Extra! Extra!
      Johnny Jump-Up.
      Johnny come lately.
      She’ll be comin’ round the mountain.
      If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.
      Here I stand. I can do no other.
      Stand on your own two feet.
      Stand up and be counted.
      Stand for something or you’ll fall for anything.
      A journey of a thousand miles begins with one single step.
      Slow and steady wins the race.
      There’s no such thing as a free ride?
      I have a dream.
      Take it easy.
      There’s always a first time for everything.
      United we stand.
      What goes up, must come down.
      I wouldn’t want to be in his shoes.
      And miles to go before I sleep.
      Give him an inch, and he will take a mile.
      Let’s get the show on the road.
      Hold your horses.
      The end justifies the means.
      Don’t let your left hand know what your right hand is doing.
      Let’s get America moving again.
      Would you buy a used car from this man?
      Living on the Edge.
      Behind every great man…
      The Carriage Whisperer.
      Don’t put the cart before the horse.
      He’s On.
      Not holding on to his hat.
      All around the town.
      Hand free.
      Feet first.
      No turning back.
      The tail end.

    27. Dena

      Bringing up the rear!

    28. Porky Jim

      From this position, I can whip the driver.

    29. Colleen

      “Hey”, “At least I’m not in the trunk!” (seeing the open buggy, we can assume that these are some of those crazy young’uns!)

    30. Funny stuff

      Wow I’m really enjoying all these creative entries from you all 🙂 So much so that I’m going to pick 5 finalists from these captions, and we’re going to do a vote for the best. Look for that tomorrow!

    31. Beverly Cregger
    32. yonie wondernose
    33. Brad Igou

      Strasburg, PA

      The Amish “Ben-Hur”

    34. Everett

      Amish Driving Instructer: “Easy now. Give ‘er just a little more rein”.

    35. Slightly-handled-Order-man

      More from me

      “Samuel’s idea to have a sweet stereo system for his Rumspringa ride didn’t work so well, especially since Isaac had a singing voice like a frog”

      “Dad was strict about monitoring his daughters’ courtship activities, maybe too much so”

      “This brings old meaning to rumble seat!”

      “On the bright side, dear, he provides a reasonably cheap security system for the buggy”

      “Bishop Ira too the idea of ‘looking out for ones flock’ a little too far”

      1. Slightly-handled-Order-man

        Obvious correction

        I should have wrote “Bishop Ira took the idea of ‘looking out for ones flock’ a little too far”

    36. Slightly-handled-Order-man

      Another and I’m done for the night

      “Remember, Enoch, the horseshoes are quite worn down, unfortunately, so you’ll have to help us break when we have to, so pay attention”

    37. Loretta

      Whee! Whee! Whee!
      (like the little piggy in the Geico commercial)

      (PS Hiding my face after that comment)

    38. George

      “Are we there yet, this is uncomfortable!”

    39. Elizabeth Snoke


      This is what I get for hitchhiking!

    40. Char

      When the Amish visit Taco Bell…

    41. OldKat

      Catching up on old threads

      Reminds me of the guys that ride on the back of garbage trucks; an Amish Garbage Truck!