Among the Amish, activity assumes seasonal rhythms just like it does for everyone else. There are zesty cook-outs, long buggy rides through wildflower-filled meadows, and time off for travel, exploring all of the touristy gems that America has to offer. Favorite close-to-home destinations this summer will include zoos, the Creation Museum in Kentucky and the Horse Park in Lexington, also in the Bluegrass State. Longer journeys will include trips to marquee national parks out west like the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone. The family seen here was riding in an open buggy in Wayne County, Indiana. They have a closed buggy but the father of the family told me on sunny summer days they'll take the one without the top so they can enjoy the nice weather.
While other Plain people were watching Plane people at the Dayton, Ohio airshow over the weekend (our thoughts are with the families impacted by the terrible tragedy there yesterday)
Meanwhile, these Amish folks were spotted visiting some of the attractions found on the south shore of Lake Erie in Ohio. This was at Perry's Monument at Put-In-Bay, Ohio. Meanwhile, keep your eyes on the road when traveling through Amish country. Watch for the "buggy signs" along roadways where there is an Amish presence, we want everyone to stay safe! While other Plain people were watching Plane people at the Dayton, Ohio airshow over the weekend (our thoughts are with the families impacted by the terrible tragedy there yesterday)