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Amish Original Furniture


amish original furniture
    furniture
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
  • A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
    original
  • Present or existing at the beginning of a series or process; first
  • Created directly and personally by a particular artist; not a copy or imitation
  • Used or produced at the creation or earliest stage of something
  • preceding all others in time or being as first made or performed; "the original inhabitants of the Americas"; "the book still has its original binding"; "restored the house to its original condition"; "the original performance of the opera"; "the original cast"; "retracted his original statement"
  • (of e.g. information) not secondhand or by way of something intermediary; "his work is based on only original, not secondary, sources"
  • master: an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made
    amish
  • The various Amish (, ) or Amish Mennonite church fellowships are Christian religious denominations that form a very traditional subgrouping of Mennonite churches. The Amish are known for simple living, plain dress, and reluctance to adopt modern convenience.
  • Relating to this sect; A strict Anabaptist sect living mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana
  • The members of a strict Mennonite sect that established major settlements in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and elsewhere in North America from 1720 onward
  • an American follower of the Mennonite religion
amish original furniture - Heat Surge
Heat Surge Fireplace with Amish Made Mantle Oak
Heat Surge Fireplace with Amish Made Mantle Oak
Save big on your heating bills and stay as warm as you want this winter! The Original Roll-N-Glow Electric Fireplace with Authentic Amish Crafted Premium Wood Mantles. What is the Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow Electric Fireplace? The Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace with Amish made real wood mantle, is the best and easiest way to: save money on gas bills by heating just the rooms you use the most, have a beautiful real wood mantle handmade by the Amish, the ambience of a real fire, and have the convenience to simply move your fireplace from room to room. Essentially anywhere there's an outlet you can place a Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace. Perfect for any house, apartment, condo, dorm, mobile home, cottage, office, hotel, or garage. That spare bedroom that's drafty, or "just doesn't get heat", plug a Heat Surge Roll-n-Glow electric fireplace in and notice the difference. Save Money On Your Heating Bill Everyone hates high heating bills. But we're all sick and tired of turning down the thermostat and always being cold. There is really no need to heat every room in your house if you are only occupying one of them. This concept is called Zone Heating. The beauty of Roll-n-Glow Fireless Flame is that it can easily roll from room to room so you can take the heat with you anywhere you go. For every degree you turn down your thermostat for 8 hours, you can save 1% on your monthly heating bill. Take it down 5 degrees for 24 hours and you can save 15% for that day. When the Roll-n-Glow is turned down to the medium setting, 750 watts, or 2555 BTU's it can easily heat a average size bedroom for about 8 cents an hour.* On the high setting, 1500 watts, or 5110 BTU's it can handle a 325 sq. ft. room for about 16 cents an hour.*

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Alverna at Country Originals
Alverna at Country Originals
Picture Specifics: Alverna sitting on the front porch at Country Originals/Country Decor, Amish Furniture and More located at 3565 Lincoln Hwy., Schellsburg, PA. On a bright and sunny Sunday morning my friend Alverna and I headed off on our first photoshoot together. We headed to Bedford County, Pennsylvania to do the "famous" covered bridges of Bedford County driving tour. During our drive we were able to photograph the following covered bridges: Claycomb, Snook's, Dr. Kniseley, Ryot, Cuppett, Colvin, Turners and Herline. I have not included all the bridges here on my Flickr photostream. During our drive we also stopped at Gravity Hill, Sleek's Orchard, Bison Corral, Country Originals, The Old Log Church and the Bedford Diner (for dinner). We spent every minute venturing around the county looking for sites and scenes to photograph. At the end of the day I think we were both pretty pleased with our adventure and headed home with our memory cards full of photos and our bodies tired from the long day on our feet.
Nancy at Country Originals
Nancy at Country Originals
Picture Specifics: Me sitting on the front porch of Country Originals/Country Decor, Amish Furniture and More located at 3565 Lincoln Hwy., Schellsburg, PA. On a bright and sunny Sunday morning my friend Alverna and I headed off on our first photoshoot together. We headed to Bedford County, Pennsylvania to do the "famous" covered bridges of Bedford County driving tour. During our drive we were able to photograph the following covered bridges: Claycomb, Snook's, Dr. Kniseley, Ryot, Cuppett, Colvin, Turners and Herline. I have not included all the bridges here on my Flickr photostream. During our drive we also stopped at Gravity Hill, Sleek's Orchard, Bison Corral, Country Originals, The Old Log Church and the Bedford Diner (for dinner). We spent every minute venturing around the county looking for sites and scenes to photograph. At the end of the day I think we were both pretty pleased with our adventure and headed home with our memory cards full of photos and our bodies tired from the long day on our feet.

amish original furniture
amish original furniture
CHI 1" Original Ceramic Style Flat Iron by Farouk
Product Description This is the ORIGINAL Undisputed Champion of Ceramic Hot Irons! NOTE: This device is a 120v AC Standard American Plug. CHI Irons reach an operating temp of between 350F and 410F. "Flash Heating" Instantly heat up to 150-180 F in 6-10 Seconds. 360 degree Tangle Free Swivel Cord. The heat plates are recessed from the edges to prevent skin burns. Moist Ceramic Heat with Ceramic Plates and Coils will maintain even temperature throughout the plates and prevents "pulling" of hair. Squeeze sensitive means a tighter squeeze will direct more ceramic heat to the hair. Ceramic heat will not only help maintain moisture levels in the hair, it also produces Negative Ions. These negative ions will help to push the Silk Molecules permanently deep inside of the cortex. The results will be improved hair structure and sealed cuticle layer Create silky shiny hair instantly, locks in hair color and retards fading. The Chi Iron also uses the power of positive ions to help repel humidity & particles from the air so your hair stays cleaner and healthier. Ergonomic design allows the user to flip hair up or curl it under with a twist of the wrist. On-Off switch on the inside to prevent accidental turn off. Versatile "all in one" design, light weight fits in standard curling iron station. Saves energy - CHI only uses 20-25 Watts of Electricity. Space age insulation = heat is only produced to the Ceramic plates. The ceramic coated paddles help prevent scorching hair color and help reduce styling product build-up.

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