Thursday, June 9
A Drive Through Pennsylvania Dutch Country
In fact, it most likely was built to be pulled by a tractor and was adapted to be pulled by his horses.
Several years ago, my roof was replaced by an Amish roofer who went home to a house with no electricity at the end of the day. When I developed a leak after a strong storm several months later, he came out on a Saturday, removed a large section of roof, only to find it dry beneath. He discovered that the leak was, in fact, caused by hairline cracks in my stucco and a driving rain. He replaced the roof he had removed, sealed every inch of my stucco, and wouldn't accept a dime for his time. I haven't had a problem since.
By the way, I did ask before taking this man's photos. It's the polite thing to do.