We made another visit to the Amish community of Ethridge, Tennessee. We’ve made a few visits now — our first, in 2008, is here. This is a map I made of some of the routes we go through it, which makes it through many of the best places.
This is a home in the Amish community outside Pontotoc, which better shows the features. Very simple, plain…which is the idea. The homes that have signs at the end of the driveway most of the time will either have a little shed by the house where they sell things, or will be like this one, where there are tables on the porch where items are put for sale.
One of the families we wanted to be sure to visit was of the gentleman who made our pair of these rocking chairs. When we ordered these, we gave him our money and address, and he sent us a letter (no phones) weeks later to let us know we could pick them up.
Not Amish, but there’s a Mennonite restaurant in Danville, Alabama (close to Decatur) that’s open three days a week, a Mennonite bakery in Livingston, and the Mennonite Dutch Oven in Falkville.