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Amish store opens on Trabing Rd.

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A new Amish store has opened on Trabing Rd. featuring all hand made goods and hand grown foods made both locally and by other Amish communities around the country. The store is run by three families and includes everything from baked goods to rocking chairs to bird houses to clothing. 

A cart sits near the edge of the new store building

A cart sits near the edge of the new store building on Trabing Rd. on Thursday, August 13, 2020. The porch of the store houses hand made chairs, a collection of birdhouses, and a number of decorations. 

Fresh pies were one of the many baking items on the agenda

Fresh pies were one of the many baking items on the agenda in preparation for the opening day on Friday, Aug. 14. A variety of pies were made but the crusts were prepared in stacks in advance of the filling. 

Fresh, homemade doughnut are a special offering

Fresh, homemade doughnut are a special offering on Saturday’s at Yoder’s Market. Doughnut flavors regular glazed, lemon filled doughnuts, and powered doughnuts, among others.

Shoes were few and far between as the shelves

Shoes were few and far between as the shelves were being stocked by everyone in sight on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020. The building was still being organized and stocked the day before opening. 

Homemade soaps fill baskets under a window in the new Amish store

Homemade soaps fill baskets under a window in the new Amish store on Trabing Rd. 

Yoder’s Market, the new Amish store on Trabing Rd.

Yoder’s Market, the new Amish store on Trabing Rd. opened on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020. The owners say they have been fairly busy in the first two days. While there, there was a constant influx of new customers to replace others as they left.

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Bulletin photo by Jessi Dodge A Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy sleeps at the foot of one of the baked good shelves as customers move around it on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020. Many people didn’t even realize the puppy was there because of its tiny size. This is one of several other corgi puppies.

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Canned fruits and veggies lined several full shells in anticipation of opening. By their second day open, much of the shelf had been emptied. 

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Potholders cover the divider wall that separates the store from the kitchen and the closed off part of the building. 

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Handmade dresses hang above cutting boards in one of the rows of goods at the Amish store. 

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Rows of chairs line the far edge of the new store before the opening weekend. 

Angela Hansen holds up a box with multiple drawers

Angela Hansen holds up a box with multiple drawers for her daughter Erin Stroup, son-in-law Justin Stroup and husband DeLoy Hansen to see on Saturday. The parents were visiting their daughter and son-in-law, who live in Sheridan, from their home in Denver.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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