Amish Country on Facebook

There are lots of websites and Facebook pages about the Amish. However, only a small percentage of the Amish use these technologies. One exception to this rule would be Amish young people who, before they join the Amish church, would be allowed to have cell phones and other modern devices. I personally know quite a few Amish young folks who have Facebook accounts. We currently have two Facebook pages for information about the Amish:

www.Facebook.com/AmishLeben
www.Facebook.com/OhioAmishCountryInfo

Here are some of our most popular and favorite posts and videos:

I love Snitz pies. ("Schntitz boy" in PA Dutch) These are home-made with no preservatives and sold at auction this…

Posted by AmishLeben on Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Here's come Paint. I love this breed of horse. I only see them occasionally in Amish country. I found this on wiki: The…

Posted by AmishLeben on Saturday, March 19, 2016

BEAR YE ONE ANOTHER'S BURDENS AND SO FULFILL THE LAW OF CHRIST. This morning I saw this man with his team of Belgians…

Posted by AmishLeben on Saturday, March 5, 2016

I awoke to a lovely white surprise this morning. It's beautiful in Ohio Amish Country. JD

Posted by AmishLeben on Friday, March 4, 2016

To market we go, the old fashioned way. JD

Posted by AmishLeben on Thursday, February 18, 2016

I know I've posted a few "snow" pictures recently, but I'm going to post just one more before we move on to something…

Posted by AmishLeben on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Miller Farm Corn Harvest

Over a week ago I posted a pic of one of the Miller boys harvesting corn on the family farm in Amish Country Ohio. Here's a short video clip of the harvest. JD

Posted by AmishLeben on Thursday, October 29, 2015

TODAY IN AMISH COUNTRY INDIANA. I arrived this morning in Shipshewana, Indiana. Will be here four days; the weather…

Posted by AmishLeben on Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Good Morning. Monday Morning Moonset in Amish Country Ohio. JD

Posted by AmishLeben on Monday, May 4, 2015

LOL. My wife and I chuckled when we saw this today. The Amish don't drive cars but just about anything else with a motor can be turned into a ride. JD

Posted by AmishLeben on Tuesday, March 15, 2016