We Salute our Tourists

Not much surprises me these days but being given the finger by this Amish boy who was hauling pumpkins with his younger sister made me do a double take. I was simply driving the backroads when I rounded this bend and saw a wagon of pumpkins headed my way. I pulled over to watch it pass and we each nodded to the other and I snapped a few frames as it climbed the hill. As I was ready to leave, in the rear view mirror I see another wagonload heading my way. Once again I waited and took a few shots of this crew heading up the hill,and all of a sudden he turns and flips me off. I wondered what pop on the first wagon might have thought about that. Times, they are a changing. Maybe its the new welcome to Lancaster,county gesture?

15 responses to “We Salute our Tourists

  1. Don’t you think itโ€™s connected to that guy who killed all those kids. The Amish community now knows that they are vulnerable to people who are interested in them for whatever reason.

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  2. That’s Wild Don!

    It reminds me of the Amish family we saw at the theater – – that’s unusual in it self…. But it was also a Sunday!

    On Mon, Nov 4, 2019, 3:21 PM Donald Reese Photography wrote:

    > reesephoto posted: ” Not much surprises me these days but being given the > finger by this Amish boy who was hauling pumpkins with his younger sister > made me do a double take. I was simply driving the backroads when I rounded > this bend and saw a wagon of pumpkins headed my” >

  3. I know the world is in a turmoil, but to see a Amish boy do this is not the Lancaster Co I know. His parents would be so ashamed.

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