Amish people selling hot apple dumpling. Very delicious!
The Amish still use water wheels to help pump water to their farm animals and for other purposes
Mom enjoyed her (2 minute) tenure as a teacher in the one room Amish school.
This one room school would provide education for grades 1 - 8, which is all Amish children receive.
The Amish choose not to use electricity, but do use propane and other sources of fuel. The propane light is on wheels and can be moved around as needed.
This basement kitchen would be used for cooking in the summer or canning large batches of food. The wooden cask is a butter churn. Old wringer style washing machines are still converted to use gas engines.
The building on the right is a 'Spring House' and actually has a small, running spring in it. The house is from the 1800's and was used until 1968.
This reflects a turn of the century train station ticket office. There is roll top desk on the right.
Booth at Burkholders Dutch Village, getting ready for the Apple Festival in Nappannee, Ind. and Middlebury.