A few days ago I showed a photo of a Amish horse and buggy on the road.
You can see that post here.
At least here they had a shoulder to trot along on.
I suppose the speed limit isn't an issue for them. I wonder if they have to give turn signals?
Here in Jamestown, Missouri a specific space is set aside for buggy parking. Jamestown needs to provide horse poop bags as an incentive for the buggy drivers to clean up after their horse.
Even within the Amish though, there seems to be the occasional scofflaw.
It still is amazing to see the buggies on the road and parked along a shop. In a way it is nice US give them the freedom to live their lives. But on the other hand I am against all kind of extreme religions especially when children have to live such a limited life.
...interesting to observe it happening like you did and lovely photographs to document
Those would have to be some mighty big horse poop bags. That alone could make me give up the Amish way.
found it interesting that that particular buggy didn't have a caution-slow-moving-vehicle warning sign!
What an interesting lifestyle. I like the no hitching sign.
Always drawn to the irrelevant, I couldn't help but notice the handicap parking space. My, that blue is vibrant. They must have just striped it. At first I thought you were showing us handicapped parking for the horses. Apparently not.
Cute. You sure do travel alot and I never get tired of the adventure or your take on it. I've seen more through you eyes than I'll ever see on my own. Have a good day.
I wonder what the Amish think about the wacky guy who shares his buggy with a cat. now if you want to see dirty carriage drivers pop over to the Muslim world of Egypt not only do the horses get to crap in the streets but the drivers also because here the lowly street cleaner has to clean up after them
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