Summer vacations are winding down and school is back in session, but Bluffscape Amish Tours in Lanesboro is still offering fun, educational Amish tours. Take a look at the photo above. Can you imagine yourself sitting on a porch this fall in an Amish-made hickory chair? While out on our tour you will have a chance to sit in one of these chairs to feel how comfortable they really are to relax in.
Whoa your horses! Stop in at Stone Mill Hotel & Suites in Lanesboro, MN to reserve your Bluffscape Amish Tour to learn about the Amish of SE Minnesota! It’s like stepping back in time when you see the silhouette of a horse and buggy in the distance while on our Amish tours. If Amish buggies are parked in the farm yard, you will have the chance to see the buggies up close. Many Amish farmers will have their horse-drawn field equipment set out to view as well. Guests on our tours have commented that it brings back many memories from their childhood or have heard stories from their parents or grandparents when they used to work with horses in the field while growing up on the farm. Work is more intensive on the Amish farm as it used to be in our family’s past, but it is very rewarding and humbling.
Whoa!! Pull on in and ride along with Bluffscape Amish Tours in Lanesboro, MN! You will be glad you did.
Bluffscape Amish Tours are once again driving down country roads to bring you to Amish farms filled with Amish-made crafts, furniture, quilts, and, of course, sweet, buttery cashew crunch! Winter wants to hang on here in Minnesota in mid-April, but we will gladly take you out to learn all about the Amish culture to get your mind off the rain and snow that seem to plague us this Spring. You may want to wear shoes that can get a little mud on them, as we do get out at each farm to enter the Amish retail shops.
One change in our tour this year is the absence of our non-Amish stop at Austin’s Mohair Goat Farm. Sadly, Ada, passed away last November. Ada was an inspiration for many as she always had a smile and greeted everyone like they had been friends for years. I believe you can still order her famous Mohair socks from her daughters.
Keep warm thoughts and maybe Spring will finally arrive to brighten our days!