Where the Amish Go on Vacation – The New Yorker

Absolutely stunning photography by Dina Litovsky for The New Yorker. Great untold story as well.

Each winter, for close to a century now, hundreds of Amish and Mennonite families have travelled from their homes in icy quarters of the U.S. and Canada to Pinecraft, a small, sunny neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida. Arriving on chartered buses specializing in the transportation of “Plain people” from areas such as Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Holmes County, Ohio, they rent modest bungalows and stay for weeks, or sometimes months, at a time.

Source: Where the Amish Go on Vacation

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