All you need to do is flag down the horse and buggy service. So, keep that phone aside
God manifests himself in several forms. He can be a traveling mendicant, a surgeon, your cleaning lady, a bank manager or your grandmother. In this case, he may as well be the Amish man who started a taxi service with his horse and buggy. Perhaps, he wanted to provide us a glimpse of what life used to be before being constantly relying upon technology.
Timothy Hochstedler, who started a horse and buggy service in Colon, Michigan likes to call it the “Amish Uber”. It is designed to give you a ride back in time to a simpler life.
It allows its riders to experience the town of Colon without the distractions of driving a car.
It is easy to understand people who would trade their car engines for the experience of a real live horse engine.
All Timothy charges is $5 which is well worth the experience of riding the “Amish Uber”.
Wouldn’t you want to ditch the Uber for a ride of this “Amish Uber” where you are? I know I’d want to. Imagine the picture you’d cut disembarking from a horse drawn buggy at your office/friend’s place. Sadly, this service is only available in Colon, Michigan for now. So travel if you can for chance to time-travel.