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This article caught my eye, because we have the Amish near Fremont (Newaygo County) and my wife shops at the Troyer's store. I also noted that they use a four team horses to pull a gas hay bailer around the fields. Strange sight. Earlier this week their pallet factory burned.

The Amish kick back: Little-known Florida getaway welcomes the horse-and-buggy set

Welcome to Pinecraft, a little-known getaway for the horse-and-buggy set that defies their somber stereotype.
Here the Amish go deep-sea fishing. They play volleyball and shuffleboard and golf. They cluster at street corners, speaking German and English.

http://www.sltrib.com/2004/Mar/03272004/saturday/151590.asp
 
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