Tennessee has really been a “new” state for us in many ways and being around the Amish is just one. I don’t know that we could find a section set aside for horse and buggy at the local grocery stores in Washington State. I find it comforting that the Amish have followed a life style that really works for them. Louise and I have driven out into the farm areas where the Amish and the non-Amish work hard to produce their crops and maintain their livestock for sale and their own use. As we drove the roads around the farms, we knew we were in Amish territory by the droppings on the road in front of us, the blue laundry on the clothes lines, and the lack of electricity going to their homes. We did stop by a couple of “Amish Stores”, but we were totally disappointed because of the “Antiques” (JUNK) that the non-Amish were peddling. We found we could find the Amish goods at their farms and all of that was to be of the Amish quality we would expect.