So R & M has added a new stop to our tours. There is a 14 year old boy that does wonderful wood work. We enjoyed spending time getting to know the family and the young man that has a very big talent. The weather is warming up and the Amish are spending a lot of time outside doing their every day work. Come join us for a tour and see the wonderful things that this young man can do as well as visiting other Amish family's. Have a great Memorial weekend and a wonderful summer.
I think most of you will agree that this winter just seems to never end. The past week and a half the weather has been nice. The Amish are doing a lot of cleaning and preparing for the up coming summer. They are starting seeds for fruits and vegetables in the homes and waiting for the fields to dry up a little more so they can start plowing and planting them. It is a wonderful time to go on a tour to see and talk to the many Amish that are out and enjoying this wonderful weather.
It has been a very busy season for us and I wanted to get a new post out well a have a few moments to do so. So enjoy and call as for a family get together or any other Amish tour needs.
As the weather continues to change, and the Amish are starting to get wood and canning done preparing for winter, it would be a great time to come out on a tour with R & M. The Amish have slowly been starting to harvest the fields and are putting up new buildings. It is a fun time of year to be able to watch the kids in school as well as all the other things that are going on. Call and schedule a tour today for a fun and educational and interesting time. Have a great fall season and enjoy the weather well it is still nice out.
So to start off this has been a very interesting winter. It just seems like it will never end. Right now the Amish have been working extra hard the past couple weeks trying to catch up on all the cultivating and planting that needs to get done. We have been seeing multiple Amish in one field working really hard. The women have tomato's, lettuce, and other vegetables starting to get planted in the ground as well. A lot of work is going on just trying to play catch up.
Well some work is still being done, come out on a Amish tour with R & M and enjoy a educational, information,and fun tour. Hope to see you soon.
From our family at R & M Amish Tours to yours, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday season, and we will hopefully see a white Christmas. Enjoy time spent with the family and all the traditions that go along with them. And we will see many of you back next year.
As the season is slowing down. There is still plenty of time to take a tour. We are watching the leaves turn colors and right now all of the Amish are cutting wood to prepare for the upcoming winter. Most fields have been harvested do to the very interesting summer that we have had, as well as most of the gardens. Canning has been started and some have finished grape juice, pears, peaches, as well as other fruits and vegetables. There are many interesting things happening in the Amish community. So come take a tour and see what is all going on.
The season is in full swing and we are seeing the Amish cutting and collect Hay and Oats. It is a very beautiful time of year to come and view the area and visit our Amish friends as well. The baked goods at the Farmers Market are tastier then ever, and baskets, quilts and other items are nice to view on a tour as well.
There are many other things to do around the Lanesboro area as well, so check out our recommendations page and see what a fun weekend or week you could have.
R & M Amish Tours
As the season is starting to pick up, we are going to offer a Memorial Weekend Special. If anyone is interested in taking a tour and learning about the Amish community give us a call and we will let you know on the details. Call a head of time to reserve a seat.
R & M Amish Tours
R & M Amish Tours has created a new website. Something a little more modern and up to date. If you have been on the other website previously you will notice new pictures and items you will see throughout the tour.
On a tour with R & M you will see many different things. At this time of year you will have the opportunity to see the Amish cultivating the soil and planting their crops. Many have started planting for the upcoming season, some have started them in containers inside their homes, while others have planted items such as cabbage, radishes, and tomato's in the garden and has covered it with garden fabric to keep them warm during the cold days that we have been experiencing.
Another new addition to the R & M family is we have recently hired two new guides. Both of which lived and were raised in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. One of which was formally a Amish and the other was his English neighbor. Please join us in welcoming Lloyd Riehl (former Amish) and Joel Hulsing who was the last family on electrical service surrounding the Amish community.