Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Horses & Carts







I understand all the carts were constructed by the Amish here in the United States. I presume, however, all the magnificent horses are homegrown (and speak Gaelic). :-)

15 comments:

  1. ...ah, life in the slow lane!

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  2. Charming photos. Horse drawn carriages are always a must for tourist. That is just my opinion.

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  3. A view from the past, I like the "socks"of the horses!

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  4. I am sure that in Ireland they also know how to make carriages but very nice to see.

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    1. I wondered about the same thing, s.c. I can only assume that the Amish have more of a market for their cart-making industry here in the United States.

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  5. I'm a great fan of horse-drawn carriages...but I've only seen them in a couple of places in the U.S. - Central Park in New York and St. Augustine, Florida. Oh, and Savannah, Georgia. Nice photos of these fine carriages and gorgeous horses!

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  6. Beautiful horses, especially in your last 2 photos.

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  7. Wonderful and I had no idea the Amish made carts and carriages for the Irish!!
    I think that's a Shire horse in your last photo - probably not a native Gaelic speaker!!

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  8. Precioso carruaje que nos recuerda tiempos antiguos

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  9. Oh yes, this is just what we all could use! These horses all look very eager to carry on too! They must be well cared for!

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