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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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    Tammy Rutar

    Perhaps someone went to an Amish auction and purchased the buggy for a lawn ornament. Maybe it belongs to an Amish that is practicing (rumspringa) running around. My last guess is an Amish family went to town to do business and their horse ran away, so they called a driver to take them home…lol. Who really knows unless you go to the nearest Amish settlement and ask.

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      Kevin

      Or better yet, go to the business-owner and ask:) But those were good guesses, we’ll see who turns out to be right!

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    Eleanor

    You got me interested! Will be looking for your update.

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    Wendy

    Hmmm. If it was bought merely for decoration, I would think it would be positioned out in front of the building. But of course, you saw it…

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    Lisa Combs

    since I too live in Middletown, I won’t spoil your question….but I have often wondered myself why that buggy is there….maybe I’ll get brave and go in and ask!!!

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    Jan Landwehr

    Kevin, it’s quite possible that the owner uses that buggy in the Lebanon carriage parade that is held in early December. There is a club of carriage owners that put on parades etc. I don’t know the name of it but my cousin belongs to it.

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    Christine

    What kind of business is it in front of. Maybe they want people to come in and ask why the buggy is there.

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