By Kevin Williams
Change is coming slowly to the hills of Holmes County, Ohio. The traditional closed-roof horse-drawn carriage is by far the preferred vehicle of choice among the Amish for transportation. But spring weather brings out more variety. There are more bicycles on the roads than their used to be. And local officials have worked hard to convince the Amish to pay more attention to safety on the roads. Many Amish cyclists are now wearing neon green reflective vests, orange safety flags, and some are even wearing helmets now. Here are some photos of different ways the Amish are getting around in Holmes County, Ohio, the nation's largest Amish population.