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  • Avinatti’s first day in a halter
  • Belgian Unicorn?
  • White Horse in Pasture
  • Lil' trip into Amish country
  • Delicious giant donut and baked goods by the Amish
  • From Amish country to Midway State Park
  • Oat shocks
  • Marshmallow and Coco
  • My new friend Sterling
  • Landscape after planting in Spring
  • Winter Horse & Buggy
  • Aim High Cabin: Close up Fall
  • Boy & Work horses pulling lumber
  • Sven on Amish Buggy at Mystic Hill
  • Malinda's Candy Shop
  • Boy, berries and signage with buggy in the background
  • Shocks of oats on an Amish farm near Conewango, NY
  • Open Buggy on the Amish Trail
  • Horses in pasture
  • Roadside at Malinda's Candy Shop
  • Outhouse ... White-out in Amish country
  • Amish homestead in Winter
  • Wagon at Valley View Cheese Shop
  • Amish Covered Buggy in Napoli, NY
  • The Old Racetrack in Leon
  • Fun Fall Cabins at Pope Haven Campground!
  • Alpacas & bicyclists at Mager Mountain Alpacas
  • Tractor & Buggy Races ... Just Passing
  • Barnyard Buggies
  • Belgian Workhorses waiting by the barn
  • Windmill
  • Quilts Rugs Sign and Birdhouse
  • View of a Amish Houses & Barns
  • Bird houses for sale at Miller's Greenhouse
  • Oat Bundles in Shocks
  • Amish Schoolhouse
  • Amish man and horse retire after a day of work
  • An Amish Shop that offers repair services
  • Clothes in the breeze on the line to silo
  • Old photo of Toy Shop along the Amish Trail
  • Amish Horse and Buggy traveling down the road
Liked the variety of places that we visited. We all had a good time. The baked goods were excellent and reasonable.
Linda from Hamburg, NY

Fred gave a lot of history behind the area and the customs and traditions of the Amish.  He picked out shops that he thought we would like ...

Donna from Dunkirk, NY with visitors from India
This tour was just an incredible learning experience. it was the highlight of our 30th wedding anniversary trip. I would not change a thing.
Bob & Mary from Lee, Massachusetts
We liked having a tour guide with us to explain and give details. Visiting with Amish craftsman, getting to hear their processes and procedures.
Marcia from Medford, Oregon
We liked everything about our tour of the Amish countryside.
Joseph from Belfast, NY