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    Most of PA (the Lancaster region) is sadly still in lo-res..so no Amish to find there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bc219 View Post
    I'm not sure if those are actual buggies. They always seem to be 100% black unless recently they have been putting white tops on them for cooling purposes however I don't think so.
    Have a look at the attachment, a white-topper among 19 black-toppers...

    Speaking of white, it's easy to identify Amish structures (esp. houses) because they are almost always white, the families will also keep the same house through generations and keep adding on, always in white.
    Unfortunately, from overhead, grey roofs are the standard!

    They say that Pennsylvania also has a lot of Ammos... Especially in Lancaster.
    Yes - went to Lancaster a couple of days ago - low resolution!!
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    Default More Amish Transport Sightings

    I thought this thread had died so I started posting over in GE Community. Now that thread seems moribund so here goes (see attachments).

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