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WOW!!!!!

Always play "What if" even with an Amish Buggy at the intersection.

Played hooky this afternoon 55 in Ohio and sunny and went for a ride out towards Middelfield area on Rt 87 and Rt 700.

Would you belive an Amish Buggy pulled out in front of me making a left turn on to 87 from a stop sign 0.
I was heading East going about 65 (limit 55) he was heading South sitting a a stop sign and he pulled right out in front of me when I was about 100 feet from the intersection (I had no stop sign)

I saw no traffic coming in the opposite direction so I dove for the oncoming traffic lane and went around him. Only missed the back of the buggy by about 2 or 3 feet.

I almost left a pile in the road but it stayed in my shorts

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Glad ya made it ok!

Gotta wonder what a prolonged horn blast may have done as you went by. I know I'm tempted to do that, but in this case - Coulda been deep ugly.

Spooked horses've been known to backup a tad when startled.

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Good lesson for all of us, Rich. Glad yours was uneventful. You can bet those buggies definitely do NOT have ABS like our bikes do!

We live near a smaller Amish community here in Fairfield County. There are a couple of roads that I have to hang near the center line as I crest a hill because there can be a buggy there without warning... and has. Also, as Tate says, I don't use a horn around horses. As a former horse owner I know they definitely don't appreciate it.

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Living in Middlefield for a few years, and still going through there quite often, I can tell you more than my share of Amish Buggy stories. Unpredictable little buggers, for sure! I always give them a wide berth and try to expect the unexpected.
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Ya, we even drive on the other side of the road to avoid those things!

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Ya, we even drive on the other side of the road to avoid those things!
That's fine... as long you don't cross the double-yellow!

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I had a close call one night in my car at 1:30 AM on a super foggy winters night. I was living in Chambersburg, PA at the time and was coming back from visiting family in CT, needed to stop off in Shippensburg for some gas. Never even occured to me that ANYONE would EVER drive a BLACK buggy, dressed in a BLACK suit, wearing a BLACK hat with a giant ZZ Top BLACK beard, being pulled by a BLACK horse with BLACK leather straps and NO FREAKING LIGHTS in the middle of the road in the middle of the night.... I thankfully was only going about 25 or so, and after screaming like a little girl at the headless horseman (seriously, first thought that went through my mind - thank you Boy Scouts leader!) running straight at the hood of my car about to cut my head off to use as his own ....slammed on the brakes and yanked it hard right.... He pulled it hard left and we missed by about 6 inches or so... I remember looking out my side window at the wooden wheel going by about a foot off the ground...
even though he lost a bale of hay, you know he never stopped to say sorry or anything. Didn't even bother to pull the bale off the road. (I did though)
I really, really can't imagine anyone ever doing something so stupid twice.
For ever going forward though I will be VERY careful in Amish country after dark.

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That's fine... as long you don't cross the double-yellow!
I wasn't going to SAY it. LOL

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WOW!!!!!

Always play "What if" even with an Amish Buggy at the intersection.

Played hooky this afternoon 55 in Ohio and sunny and went for a ride out towards Middelfield area on Rt 87 and Rt 700.

Would you belive an Amish Buggy pulled out in front of me making a left turn on to 87 from a stop sign 0.
I was heading East going about 65 (limit 55) he was heading South sitting a a stop sign and he pulled right out in front of me when I was about 100 feet from the intersection (I had no stop sign)

I saw no traffic coming in the opposite direction so I dove for the oncoming traffic lane and went around him. Only missed the back of the buggy by about 2 or 3 feet.

I almost left a pile in the road but it stayed in my shorts
Are you guys saying that the Amish make driving/riding in Ohio more dangerous than driving/riding in Southern California?!

"Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." (Some really OLD friggin' White dude who couldn't have possibly known what he was talking about!) WARNING: Official HATE speech!
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Are you guys saying that the Amish make driving/riding in Ohio more dangerous than driving/riding in Southern California?!
I wouldn't go that far: There are far fewer buggies in OH than cars in CA and the Amish won't pull a gun on you.

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Are you guys saying that the Amish make driving/riding in Ohio more dangerous than driving/riding in Southern California?!
I don't know as you can compare the two. But you have no idea how big the learning curve is riding around in Amish country. During the day it isn't as bad...but at night, you think it's a car up ahead. Until you realize it's going 15mph on a road that's marked 55 and you're going 65. They come up on you real fast! Factor in the fact that they don't always ride in a nice, straight, predictable line. It can get a little iffy sometimes. Then factor in the slippery surface they leave behind. When it rains in Middlefield, those road can get mighty slick. And in all the wrong places.

And if you don't think the Amish drink alcohol, you got another think coming. So now you have a buggy that's going 15mph, with an unpredictable beast pulling it, and a drunken Amish lad out "sowing his wild oats". It's like "Dodge Em" on a whole new level.
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I wouldn't go that far: There are far fewer buggies in OH than cars in CA and the Amish won't pull a gun on you.
I see. Well can't disagree there!

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...and the Amish won't pull a gun on you.
You best stay down we're you're at Howard. Sounds like the northeast Amish are a little rougher sect.
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....And if you don't think the Amish drink alcohol, you got another think coming....
Holy shit! I think I'd rather get in a gunfight! LOL

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Are you guys saying that the Amish make driving/riding in Ohio more dangerous than driving/riding in Southern California?!
hey lane sharing with a oversize loaded semi is nothing compared to lane sharing with a buggy and a horse. (crap everywhere)

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And if you don't think the Amish drink alcohol, you got another think coming. So now you have a buggy that's going 15mph, with an unpredictable beast pulling it, and a drunken Amish lad out "sowing his wild oats". It's like "Dodge Em" on a whole new level.
Also don't forget that the Amish have been known to fall asleep at the reins. The horse doesn't care cuz it usually knows the way. Only thing is that stop signs and left hand turns can be part of the route that the horse isn't too concerned about either!

Another rule of thumb in Amish country is - if there's fresh horse shit on the road there's usually a horse not too far ahead.

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I had a close call one night in my car at 1:30 AM on a super foggy winters night. I was living in Chambersburg, PA at the time and was coming back from visiting family in CT, needed to stop off in Shippensburg for some gas. Never even occured to me that ANYONE would EVER drive a BLACK buggy, dressed in a BLACK suit, wearing a BLACK hat with a giant ZZ Top BLACK beard, being pulled by a BLACK horse with BLACK leather straps and NO FREAKING LIGHTS in the middle of the road in the middle of the night.... I thankfully was only going about 25 or so, and after screaming like a little girl at the headless horseman (seriously, first thought that went through my mind - thank you Boy Scouts leader!) running straight at the hood of my car about to cut my head off to use as his own ....slammed on the brakes and yanked it hard right.... He pulled it hard left and we missed by about 6 inches or so... I remember looking out my side window at the wooden wheel going by about a foot off the ground...
even though he lost a bale of hay, you know he never stopped to say sorry or anything. Didn't even bother to pull the bale off the road. (I did though)
I really, really can't imagine anyone ever doing something so stupid twice.
For ever going forward though I will be VERY careful in Amish country after dark.
Strange he did not have any lights! I am almost positive hey are required by PA law to have small running lights up front, and at least one red tail light and a yellow "Slow Moving Vehicle" triangle on back. Many have turn signal lights.

Is the law not in all districts, or not enforced well?

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Another rule of thumb in Amish country is - if there's fresh horse shit on the road there's usually a horse not too far ahead.
And if you think tar snakes are slick... just wait til you hit horse shit.

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Hey lane sharing with a oversize loaded semi is nothing compared to lane sharing with a buggy and a horse. (crap everywhere)

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....Another rule of thumb in Amish country is - if there's fresh horse shit on the road there's usually a horse not too far ahead.
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WOW! Now that's something I never even thought of!!

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Strange he did not have any lights! I am almost positive hey are required by PA law to have small running lights up front, and at least one red tail light and a yellow "Slow Moving Vehicle" triangle on back. Many have turn signal lights.

Is the law not in all districts, or not enforced well?
I do remember him having a small white reflector like the ones used on mailboxes on the front, I didn't actually see that though until well past the horse. There was one of the red triangles on the back. I saw that when I turn around as I was sure he was upside down in the ditch, and wanted to shine my lights up the road to look for him. No lights though, maybe he had them off so his neighbors didn't see where he was coming from of going to? I always heard they would have the most ludicrous barn parties, (although I was never lucky enough to get an invite) maybe he was coming back from one of those and was too lit up already!
I don't know what the law is for the buggy's but I have seen some with car headlights and plain running lights on the sides. They must wire them to a car battery or maybe they run a generator like those old ones we used to use on our bikes? If so, I feel for the horse since I remember how much drag those little ones put on a bike!

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----------------------------------------- I have seen some with car headlights and plain running lights on the sides. They must wire them to a car battery or maybe they run a generator like those old ones we used to use on our bikes? If so, I feel for the horse since I remember how much drag those little ones put on a bike!
They use a car battery, some in sight under a seat, some in nice built in battery boxes.

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Strange he did not have any lights! I am almost positive hey are required by PA law to have small running lights up front, and at least one red tail light and a yellow "Slow Moving Vehicle" triangle on back. Many have turn signal lights.

Is the law not in all districts, or not enforced well?
Around these parts, most if not all of the buggies have lights and triangles and such. But you still have to teach yourself that they are going WAY slower than you are. You're just not accustomed to a 5-10mph vehicle. And then there's the occasionally "other vehicles" that the young Amish kids use on the back roads. Those are typically NOT marked at all...with no lights. Yea, those make life a little interesting at times.
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Around these parts, most if not all of the buggies have lights and triangles and such. But you still have to teach yourself that they are going WAY slower than you are. You're just not accustomed to a 5-10mph vehicle. And then there's the occasionally "other vehicles" that the young Amish kids use on the back roads. Those are typically NOT marked at all...with no lights. Yea, those make life a little interesting at times.
Good point.

The funniest/cutest thing I've seen in Amish country in awhile was a very young kid driving (operating?) a very small toy-size Amish wagon with a leetle pony pulling it. I thought at the time "This guy is just like us, when we got our first minibike".

The good news is there was no other traffic, he was on the shoulder and we had plenty of room to see him. Hate to think of him riding that rig over the crest of a hill.

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Uphill, no. Downhill, yes. He's got twice the HP of that little thing.

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