The first Amish farm inhabitants arrive.


Last week we arrived at the Farm from Stonington to see our first Amish inhabitants. They were in a newly created pasture fenced off with barbed wire. The smaller horses are used for tranportation while the draft horses are for farming.

Our new farmers, Enos & Barbara Miller, are now in a race with the weather. They are busy cutting the trees (from the Gingerich property down the road) and milling the lumber to build the structures they need. Right now they will build a medium size building that will house winter shelter for the horses, their farming equipment and a small 24′ x 24′ dwelling space for themselves. The outhouse will also be under the same roof. Since they will not need electricty or plumbing of any kind, building the dwelling will go fairly quickly.  In the Spring they will have a barnraising for the larger barn structure.





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2 Comments to The first Amish farm inhabitants arrive.

  1. Rustico says:

    I stayed at your motel last year with my daguethr and grandkids,we loved it, so clean and affordable. What is your rate in Aug 2011 for two adults as I would love to stay there with my husband.

    • christina says:

      I am so glad you had a nice time last year! It would be nice for you to share this with your husband.

      In August, water side rooms begin at $159 single/double occupancy. Village side rooms begin at $149. I invite you to visit our website, There is an availability chart as well as photos of the rooms. I would also be happy to help you if you would like to call–800-942-2420.

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