are you sure their Amish and not Mennonite? a lot of people get them confused
I'm sure that they're probably Mennoites, since they do use autos. It's confusing down here, as many of the folks coming to winter here in their RV's across from the fruit and veggie places (like Yoder's) have someone else drive them here. They dress like the traditional Amish, yet they have electricity in their homes and have cars. The signs in front of their restaurants and grocery stores say "Amish". So I'm never quite sure.
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