Bluffscape Amish Tours Gives Thanks!

November brings us Thanksgiving.  Bluffscape Amish Tours in Lanesboro is thankful for a wonderful Amish tour season.  Thank you to our tour guests who spent three hours (or more!) of their day riding along on our tours learning about the Amish culture of Southeastern Minnesota and meeting Amish families at their farms.  Thank you to the Amish families on our route that teach us how to live a humble, simple life without modern conveniences and always having a positive attitude.  Thank you to the Amish for sharing your talents in woodworking, baking, canning, basket making, quilting, or cooking up a batch of sweet, buttery cashew crunch (covered in dark chocolate)!  I am amazed at your work that you share with us.  Thank you to Ada at Austin’s Mohair Goat Farm for showing me how to work with passion and live life to the fullest!  Thank you to the staff at Stone Mill Hotel and Suites for handling our tour reservations and helping our guests.  Thank you to our knowledgeable, reliable Bluffscape Amish Tour guides:  Vern, Rory, Eric, and Dave, my husband, who will drive an extra vehicle on Saturdays in the fall.   They go above and beyond in providing hospitality and a fun, educational Amish tour.  Most of all, I am thankful for my family as I am blessed with a hard-working husband, two beautiful daughters, and a new son-in-law!  Take the time this Thanksgiving to count your blessings and think about what you are thankful for this year.

Only three more days to catch a Bluffscape Amish Tour for the 2012 season!  November tours are only on Saturdays–November 3, 10, and 17 at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.  This will be an opportunity to do a little Christmas shopping or sit back, relax, and let us do the driving in the countryside to visit Amish farms and shops.

Bluffscape Amish Tours will be closing for the 2012 season in mid-November, but Lanesboro is still open for business!  Check out the Lanesboro Christmas Inn Tour on December 2.  You may see the Bluffscape bus shuttling folks from one inn to another.  Happy Thanksgiving!