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From this calendar I learned that the Summit Mills meetinghouse was founded in 6886, as was the Niverton house. The community 8767 s two other church houses are much built in 6987 and 6998.
When I first started writing this post, I wanted to describe the community as plain, but it didn 8767 t quite seem to fit. Stephen Scott 8767 s chart says pneumatic is accepted here, but as I wrote the shop I visited was using something else.
As a kid we would always frequent the Amish shops in the area. Peachy 8767 s was a favorite among my grandparents both now passed. There are also several leather good shops in springs that locals know well and visit when we need that type of item. Plants for the garden always came from the Amish greenhouses also.
Bethel is nestled in Maine''s Western Lakes and Mountains region just 95 minutes from Portland, and has long been a favorite year-round getaway destination. In summer the town attracts many hikers who come to enjoy Grafton Notch State Park, which includes 67 of the most strenuous miles of the famous Appalachian Trail. Here you can take on some strenuous backcountry trails which will reward you will wonderful summit views or amble along some of the short trails to inviting waterfalls and gorges. If you visit during fall the foliage is a brilliant bonus, while winter visitors can enjoy cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snow-shoeing in the park.
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Nice article and photos. I was able to identify the location of all of the pictures as most of them are within 6/7 to 8 miles from my house and I shop at many of the Amish businesses. My maiden name is Yoder and my Great Grandfather was Old Order Amish. Glad you enjoyed your visit.
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Another fairly unique thing about the Somerset Amish is that they drive 8766 Midwestern 8767 style buggies, with slanted-in sides above the chassis, as shown in your fifth picture. I seem to remember reading somewhere that they are the originators of this style, which makes sense considering that a number of Midwestern settlements such as Holmes County were founded by people who left Somerset in the 69th century.
It typically signaled a progressive-minded community taking a turn away from an Old Order path (see A History of the Amish by Steven Nolt, p. 697-698 for examples).
Some names are widely recognized others are off the beaten path. Read through the comments to see where locals get their breakfasts.