Adventures With Two Dear School Friends, part 2

In my last blog post, our adventures took place in my hometown of Toledo. But I wanted to take my friends to see places dear to my heart southeast of where I live.

I come by it, honestly. My parents loved to escape the city by heading out to the rolling hills of Amish country whenever an opportunity allowed. Some of my great-grandparents are buried in Dover, Ohio, and from Dover, Amish country is but a hop, skip, and a jump.

I’ve written about them before:

Dr. Elton Lehman Amid the Amish of Wayne County Ohio

July 5th — Ohio Adventures

Perhaps you have been there: Millersburg, Berlin (pronounced, unlike its German counterpart, as Bur-lin), Walnut Creek, Sugar Creek, Coshocton County, Tuscarawas County, Holmes County. The list goes on. But it was to this area where my friends and I traveled recently.

My parents always loved this neck of the woods. But in my father’s case, I have long suspected that delicious Amish-made pies called out to him often!


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4 Responses to Adventures With Two Dear School Friends, part 2

  1. Michael T Carr says:

    Read your post from 2021 about your visit to the towns in Amish country. That was a wonderful blog! I enjoy seeing your photos and reading your comments.

  2. AECRM says:

    Thanks, Mike! Glad you enjoyed it.

  3. Jan Seibel says:

    Love it! Favorites of mine as well!

  4. AECRM says:

    Jan, perhaps we can make a day trip one of these days!

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