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they were riding a train.
i don't know.
the second is an orthodox jew?
anyway, i'm not. i've seen plenty of those as well though.
and clothes that don't show much skin, don't they? My sister went to school with some Plymouth Bretheren people, they're similar, I think.
live as they would have done in the 18th century. no electricity, no motorised transport, no zippers on clothes.
for further information, consult the film 'witness' or wierd al's musical smash hit 'amish paradise'.
if you're a fan of trashy books.
They were going as "indie kids" for halloween.
amish country at the time, i assume that's why. but it was still a bit surreal for me, anyway, especially as it was about six in the morning and i'd been half asleep through the night, to see these people dressed in 18th century clothes walking down the carriage was a bit much...
I really can't be bothered to go to work this week.
Are you heading anywhere in particular or just travelling about?
works under the philosophy of "as far away from London as I can get".