Amish Buggy for Sale
I didn't ride my bicycle to work today and I had some time so I drove a little while. I saw this buggy for sale, which has been on this farm for a while. What made it a picture today was the wash on the line in the background. Happy Friday to you!
Reist E Mummau(non-registered)
I am a retired rancher. I don't have a lot of money ,but I was born in Lancaster of Mennonite oarents and grew up in South Dakota on a ranch. I loaded cattle in Shipshewana and I want to see if I can afford the buggy that is for sale on this page. I live in Oklahoma and could come get it if the price was not to much Please email me at your earliest convienience. Thank you!!
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Hi and Welcome to the Blog.
We try to post a picture here each day. Some days we make it, some days we don't.
The posts range across the spectrum of things that interest us, and those things are Amish-anything, old barns, old tractors, sunsets, old bridges, and outdoor animals.
I write in the first person plural because my wife Pam is a big help to me in taking pictures. Sometimes she is the shooter as we often find pictures that are on her side of the RV or truck and so she gets the shot. She does a good job at composition, but still needs some advise on setting up the camera. She would likely do just fine if I weren't sitting right there to ask.
Some folks post flowery messages about finding the soul of a building or person whose pictures has been taken. We could pretend and write something very flowery for you, but the truth is we take pictures of what we like. "Yes" sometimes we do feel inspired, but we don't feel transported to other worlds. Once we release the shutter we find ourselves pretty much where we were before we did so.
We are pretty plain and simple people who try to take good photos and continue to learn and progress.
Thanks for your visit.
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