Sunday, November 30, 2008

>Update< Amish Boy Bags 30 Point Buck

The following was posted November 4th, 2006 David King - King's Outdoor World
It will be tough to beat this great buck in 2006. This buck was taken by Amish hunter Jonathon Schmucker in Adams County, Ohio. The buck was taken with a crossbow and has 36 scorable points, green scored 304 gross and 294 7/8 net non-typical with a 24-inch inside spread. The buck was nicknamed “Amish Lucky Buck” due to the monster whitetail deer eating the Lucky Buck mineral feed. Click here to read the story and how it grew on King's Outdoor World Blog.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Amish Boy Bags Thirty Point Buck

This buck was taken by a 14 year old Amish boy near Dalton WI . He used a hand made long bow and made the killing shot by stalking the huge buck using corn shocks for cover. The boy's family would not allow him to pose with the trophy animal for pictures so a nearby neighbor, A Spokesperson for the family posed with the buck and is also acting as spokesman for the Amish boy. For more information click here. Anyone who knows the name of the boy who bagged this big Buck please email Glen Beachy editor of this site.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Abram Peachey Riceville IA

Peachey Family Market Riceville IA
Abram Peachey will be the new manager of the store, owned by Curvin Zimmerman.
Peachey came to Riceville with his wife, Saloma, six daughters and three sons, before the store had been bought. At first, he did construction work before working on the store. Prior to coming here, Peachey owned a grocery store in Pennsylvania, which he had for about two years.
"Then this came up, and we thought it would be a good opportunity for our girls - to work with them," Peachey said. Click to read more about the Peachey family and the store by Casandra Leff Editor picture credit Riceville Recorder.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


ROBERT BEACHY Born March 30, 1935. Parents Samuel (Jinx) and Edith Miller Beachy. The information from the 'Family Record of Noah S. Beachy and Catherine Plank' page 137. States that Robert was last living in Constantine, Michigan. The above picture is of Robert when he was a young man. This message is to Robert or anyone who might know him. There is family and many cousins who would like to hear from you. After all these years you must have a lot to contribute to your family and cousins. Please contact your family or the owner of this blog site.They would all like to hear from you. REALLY!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Beachy Game #1: Beachyopoly

Now there are a new series of games just for Beachys (and aberrantAmish) The first game to be released is Beachyopoly. The object of the game is to gain bishop oversight of as many influential Beachy churches as possible, then jack up the tithe demands and smack Sunday visitors with the fees, or else a guilt trip. Build storage barns and affluent custom-built starter-castles for your members and charge even more in tithes. But watch your step in the house of the Lord, or you may end up being put on proving! Click here on The Beachy Complex for more details

Monday, November 10, 2008

Crystal Beachy

Crystal Beachy of Springfield TN, pictured here with a deer she bagged. One antler missing, wonder what happened????

Marvin Fay “Marv” Beachy

FREDERICK MD— Marvin Fay “Marv” Beachy, 67, of Frederick, died Friday, Oct. 24, 2008 in his home.
Born March 24, 1941 in Grantsville, he was the son of the late Vernon Clay and Bessie Gertrude (Wilburn) Beachy. Click to read the complete article in the Cumberland Times-News

Grandson Luke in South Africa

Luke is the son of Kurt and Jeanette (Beachy) Saffarek in Smithers BC. He is working with Flying Missions in Botswana. He tells about his fishing trip where he caught the famous Tiger Fish.
Luke posted the above picture. He said, "One of my first tiger fish on the fly rod. Note the teeth and the fact that this fish, when first hooked, swims about 60-70km/h.The Tigerfish is regarded as the hardest fighting fresh water fish in the world! If you are a fly fisherman you've Gotta to hook into one of these!"
Thanks Luke.