Would anyone have any photographs from TAF&H from the summer of 1988? I'm looking for any photos of the young Amish fellow who used to give the wonderful buggy rides around the farm. I think he was only there that summer. Does anyone have any photos? It would be the same time they re- shot the tri-fold flyer/ad, with a guy that worked there named "Roger" as "The Conestoga Wagon Driver"...in the picture, they dressed him up like an Amish for the brochure. Anyway, does anyone have any pictures of this Amish guy from here in 1988?
pamela said:January 9, 2013 8:18 am PST
we have many amish friends and enjoy their company very much.
kim buckley said:November 13, 2012 12:14 pm PST
we had sooo much fun and are 2dogs did to
sheila said:July 31, 2012 9:38 am PST
i would like info from the amish people how i can build my amish home
Nathan said:July 23, 2012 3:03 pm PST
I am Adolph Neuber's great grandson, and last weekend, our family celebrated my grandfather and grandmother's (Pappy Neuber's son-in-law and daughter respectively) 50th wedding anniversary with a family reunion in Lancaster. One of the things we did was visit the Amish Farm and House, which Pappy Neuber founded in 1955, jumpstarting Lancaster County tourism. The staff were very friendly and engaging, and learned. The tour was excellent! As was the case with my Pappy Neuber, I'm concerned with portraying the Plain People in a gracious and true light, and the Amish Farm and House did that to a T. Thank you for your heritage and your service. Keep up the good work!