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Travel Blogs from Zoar
... along the way and we all had a fantastic time catching up and hanging out.
The shows were phenomenal...Christa and her crew did an exceptional job advertising and selling presale tickets and the proof was in the packed tent. We had a large group of protesters who were trying to keep people from coming, but they had no effect at all. Word had it that a naked protester even made an appearance until the police became involved. ...
The sound of the big Standardbreds trotting down the road carries so that you can hear them coming long before you see them.
We were able to talk with several of the Amish that were in and around then campground. One night we ate at Mrs. Yoder's Restaurant, one of several places to ...
... place in the world’s largest Amish community where farming is still done with horses.
Most of the local farms are horse-powered. This is like a trade show for finding everything that goes along with working horses.
Equipment and carriages, straw hats and ox bows, harness and tack, collars, feed, farrier and health products; all can be found here. Even the the local traffic ...
... She ran into the trailer and told her father I was going to call the police.
Out came an angry, 20-something man who promptly told me it wasn't any of my (fill in the blank) business and to get the blank of his site and take my blanking dog with me.
Needless to say, I told him it was my business and that I will call the police if it continues. I'm not sure if he was unaccustomed ...
... open sites, no next door neighbors within feet of you.
Even more interesting, we are right in the middle of Ohio's Amish country. In fact Holmes County, Ohio is the home of the world's largest Amish settlement. We saw our first Amish horse and buggy trotting down the road as we drove up to the RV park.
A good day all around.
Bye for now and stay ...