Coshocton Village Inn & Suites
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Donelle had an interest in the Amish people and considering one of the world's largest Amish communities was within a couple of hours we had decided to make a trip. We didn't have anything in particular planned, just some accommodation booked for a couple of nights. However we were aware it had become a significant tourist attraction and while there wasn't many tours running and some attractions closed, there was still potentially a lot to see.
We first got ...
... like to be sketched or photographed. Many artists create reproductions of the Amish people without faces in respect of this conviction" (it was on a slip of paper in the shop). I also found the "Original Quilt shop" which has all locally hand crafted patch work products. While I was in there making a purchase, an Amish family came in with a big plastic bag with their hand made products in it which they put in the shop on consignment! I found a couple of nice patchwork table centre ...
... table. We had a special table cloth, party plates and cups etc. She gave us some bonus tokens which we'd earned by booking a party online and by booking a party on a Sunday, 120 extra tokens!!! Awesome!!!! Each of the 4 party kids were given another 30 tokens each. Sam was given a special inflatable crown to wear which also had 8 tokens embedded in it. He proudly donned his crown for his whole party. He was also given a blow up foil balloon guitar. The boys (of all ...
... us use the boiling water in the coffee machine to fill up a couple of noodle bowls for lunch, we bought a couple of drinks and some beef jerky, used the bathrooms and again, back on the road!! We just got back onto the 30 after going around Fort Wayne and have just now crossed over the border into Ohio. It's open farming pasture land here and to the left of the highway just 100s and 100s of giant wind turbines, they are just HUGE and they go as far as ...
... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...