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The Horse and Buggy

One of the best known icons of the Amish community is the horse and buggy. But it is much more than an icon. The horse and buggy is a foundational component of Amish identity and culture.

The buggy is considered vital to Amish survival; many Amish believe that the use of motorized vehicles would usher in worldliness and ultimately destroy the purity of their simple way of life.

Buggies come in a variety of sizes, but not as many colors. Probably the most common buggy is the gray-topped buggy, as seen regularly on the roads of beautiful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Another common buggy is the black buggy. Buggies can even be a specific color designating the particular sect to which its owners belong.

There are two basic types of buggies: open and enclosed. Open buggies are usually either wagon-like (for hauling and trips to market), or a two-seater, often referred to as a “courting buggy” (for its regular use by Amish sweethearts).

The Amish and the buggy are nigh inseparable. While the world goes speeding past, the horse and buggy ensure a slow and steady support to the fabric of the simple way of life.

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Pergolas start at $2,000 and average about $5,000.
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