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Steakburgers and Outdoor LivingMarch 9, 2018 - Log Cabin Democrat
Arkansas Outdoor Concepts, which recently opened at 1915 Walkers Trail and Hwy. 65 just past Pickles Gap on the right, will have a ribbon cutting Friday, April 6, at 2 p.m. Debbie and Tim Goodwin, who also own Arkansas Roofing Kompany and Equinox...
About 2000 expected to attend Watertown outdoor showMarch 11, 2018 - WatertownDailyTimes.com
A Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service group was at the expo to educate people about the use of ham radios. Margaret Harper has attended the show every year since she opened a wood-burning business in Sandy Pond. Her partner, David L. Hutchinson...
Outdoor Furniture Amish Manufacturing- Sensenigs
Justin give a tour of the Dutch Heritage manufacturing facility.
Amish Poly Fan-Back Adirondack Chair
This instructional how-to video is designed to help you assemble your new Polywood Fan-Back Adirondack Chair. Check out the product here: http://www.dutchcrafters.com/Amish-Polywood-Adirondack-Chai...
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More than HappySimon and Schuster. 2015
In the tradition of Bringing Up Bebe and Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, an in-depth look at the practices and principles of Amish parents and how they raise children who are self-sufficient, hard-working, and remarkably happy. The more time Serena Miller spent in Holmes County, Ohio, doing research for her popular Amish novels, the more she began to notice something—Amish children were the happiest children she’d ever seen. Despite not having modern toys and conveniences, they are joyful, serene, calm, and respectful—not to mention whipping up full meals and driving buggies before most of us will allow our children to walk to school alone. And yet, when she started asking questions about what these parents were doing differently, she was startled to learn that happiness is not a goal...
Selling the AmishJHU Press. 2012
Tourists may want a life uncomplicated by technology, but would they be willing to drive around in horse-drawn buggies in order to achieve it?Trollinger's answers to important questions in her fascinating study of Amish Country tourism are sure to challenge readers’ understanding of this surprising cultural phenomenon.