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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Amy Goatress, Oct 3, 2008.
I live in the heart of Amish Country! We raise Mini-Nubian goats.
Welcome to TGS!!! :wave: I took a trip to the East Coast....went to Amish country...It is really peaceful and gorgeous out there!!
Hello :wave: from Idaho!
Glad to have you here!
Hello from Idaho . . .2? :leap:
Thanks for the welcome.
KW: It is a gorgeous place to live, it's like being on vacation, there's a lot of stuff to do in Amsih Country!
oooohhhh . . . my imaginary boyfriend lives in Holmes County, Ohio . . . :greengrin:
Amy Goatress..........welcome :wave:
Welcome from SW PA!! Hope you like it here, we have tons of fun with our goaties :greengrin:
I have family in Minerva and Amanda.......How far are you from there?
That's not too far from us I don't think Liz.
Oh Amy, so glad you are here. :wink: Your blog is looking great!
Thank you Laura and thanks for stopping by my blog, I think I know you from another goat forum.
That's the first thing I thought when I saw the title of your thread! I have been into reading an Amish book series for about a year + now. I would love some day to go and visit Pennsylvania or Ohio. In the books Holmes County is mentioned quite often. I've also heard of goats mentioned in the books to. I wonder if Ohio has more of the New Order Amish whereas I bet Pennsylvania has mainly Old order.
Holmes County, Ohio is the world's most popular place for Amish people right now though! I just finished a book about Amish people right here in Holmes County, Ohio, I love living here in Holmes County, Ohio, have only been living here for 11 years though,there are a few goat farms around but it's mainly horses, cows, pigs, and sheep though, it is hard to come by a good goat vet around here anymore they only do small animals anymore there are a few that just do horses and cows, our vet bought a practice that we used in the past to a town that I grew up in, that's 45 minutes away.
Welcome from central PA, lots of Amish here too.
I know PA has a lot of Amish but there seems to be more here in Holmes County, Ohio though since we know a couple that are ex-Amish now and he said there's alot of Amish community here in Holmes County, Ohio than anywhere else in the world though and we have a Missionary that most of his support comes from Amish and Mennonites here in Holmes County.
That sounds really cool! Welcome to TGS!!!!
My mom and I also visited Amish Country! Let's see. . . . can't remember the town we were in. Warren?? Somewhere near there. . . . I can't remember it was a while ago. In 2004, my mom's sister was hit by a tree and is now quadruplegic w/ brain damage. It's very sad. :tears: My mom, grandparents, and aunts visited her many times and I went along one time. I can't remember where we stayed though but it was near Amish Country - we ate at one of the restaurants where they served homecooked, DELICIOUS food! Oh, it was so wonderful! :drool:
How neat Olivia, that's so sad about your Aunt though. My Mom and I picked up a buckling in Warren, Ohio though which is like 2-3 hours away from us though. There is alot of Amish restaurants around here that have yummy home cooked meals that we go to every once in awhile.
That is so sad Olivia! :tears: