We had to decide on one of a number of buggy rides, but decided on AAA Buggy Rides - because of the Covered Bridge tour. When we got there we were told the Covered Bridge was closed so we could not go over it so we decide on the farm tour. Having spent the night at a modern farm the girls felt this would be a great way to compare the two cultures. Two of the girls were asked if they wanted to sit up front and of course they did, and there was a third girl who also wanted to sit up front and they made room for her. Our guide, an Amish girl was wonderful. She answered any questions the girls had about the life style and her feelings about being Amish. When asked about if she got a horse and buggy at 16 like the boys, she was clearly disappointed that girls did not get them at 16 but got dishes instead. She did tell us that she does not have 2 horses and a buggy. She talked about getting a job and working to support her family. She told the girls that her life is not much different then theirs except she only had to go to school till 8th grade. She told them how she has to help with chores but does them quick so she could help outside. Very friendly and fun. Very glad we took this tour. It was a great experience. And the Lemonade at the Farm was wonderful.