Whoa! Ride Along with Bluffscape Amish Tours in Lanesboro, MN

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 in Lanesboro, MN

If you are making plans to venture to Lanesboro, Minnesota for a family vacation, a quiet get-away for two, or a day trip with your friends, be sure to include a Bluffscape Amish Tour in your itinerary.  Your Bluffscape guide will take you on a fun, educational tour of our Amish neighbors.  This June you may see the Amish plowing and dragging their fields with their horse-drawn equipment and planting their crops as we are experiencing a late spring with many rain showers, therefore, a later than usual planting is taking place.

With all of this rain we have been having, the grass grows fast and that means lawns need mowing.  A lawn mower some of the Amish use is pictured above.  They hitch up their horse and ride along on their “one-horse mower”!  Otherwise, many Amish use the manual push lawn mower on their yards to cut the grass.
Take a break from your lawn mowing and head to Lanesboro to ride along with Bluffscape Amish Tours located at Stone Mill Hotel & Suites and enjoy munching on sweet, buttery cashew crunch, too.  Now, I better check on my lawn . . .