By Kevin Williams
When visiting the midwife last week in rural Wayne County, Indiana, I captured some pretty scenes. The Wayne County Amish have their roots in Lancaster County, PA, which means their buggies are a distinctive gray and their dialect is slightly different. But what really caught my eye was a quilt hanging on the line to dry. What I really liked about it is that it would be authentic Lancaster County quilt, not a tourist token. I am sorry I couldn't get a closer shot, but you can probably zoom in on our own computer. Excellent example of an authentic Lancaster County Amish quilt!