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Shipshewana, Indiana Across from the Flea Market
Family-Friendly Amish Buggy Tours
Buggy Line is starting it's 18th season in Shipshewana. We feel our services are educational and fun for you and your family. Some trips will bring back childhood memories as we offer you a chance to milk cows or feed calves. This is a good opportunity to visit with our Amish/Mennonite friends as we share stories and fellowship with each other.
Bill & I have been in Shipshewana since 1979. Bill was a charter coach driver for 16 years and I escorted many of his tours. So being on a motor coach is not new to us. We started Buggy Line in May 1997 and have added trips throughout the years. Our most popular one is the trip that ends the evening in an Amish Home for a meal. We enjoy stepping on a motor coach to spend the day or even a couple hours with groups. We'll help you plan you stay in Shipshewana as well as your overnight arrangements.
Bill & I have lived in the area all our lives and have Amish family. Bill being raised in Middlebury, IN (another Amish/Mennonite community) and I in Millersburg, IN. Bill & I are blessed with 2 adult children (Scott & Stacey) and 6 wonderful grandchildren (Madison, Brittany, Billy, Bethany, Joshua and Dustin) can‘t forget the great-grandsons, Joshua, Hunter and Fischer. We expect our baby girl in May 2014.
Why not? After a busy day of shopping end the evening with a memory of a lifetime. Join us as we clip-clop our way through the Amish countryside in a "Real" Amish buggy to enjoy a meal prepared especially for you and your family/friends by our Amish friends. Don't stand in line at a restaurant after your day at the Flea Market or many miles of shopping. If you don't want to go by buggy, take a 3 hour van trip ending the evening with a meal. We'll sit at their huge dining room table with them passing dishes filled with the comfort foods grandma used to make and visit with many new friends.
This is your chance to ask those questions you've always wanted to ask and never knew who to ask. It's a chance to show your children what a home looks like without a phone, television or computer. We'll introduce you to the simple way of living with many stories and experiences along the way.
2014 son Scott is joining us in Shipshewana. Stop in and meet him.
Praise God from whom all blessings flow!