Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Labels: Exciting Travels
Jim wrote that he took a bike trip through the "Gaspé Peninsula, a part of Quebec that comprises the south coast of the St. Laurence Seaway and curves several hundred miles north of Maine. "I wrote a daily blog that you can see at http://www.blogspot.ezwing.com. It has a few pix and daily stories of our travels."
Thanks Jim, Amazing blog site you have! Great pictures and interesting description of your experiences along the way. Especially the conversation with the big rig truck drivers. Click here to view Jim's blogspot, "Tales From The Road"
Posted by Watchman at 8:41 PM
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Diane bought this recipe book last July while visiting in Pennsylvania. She used the recipe by Mrs. Chris Beachy of McIntire IA. It is shown on page 98. Diane and her husband Garry live in Smithers BC. I was there visiting when she baked the pie and I know how good it tasted. It is a winner!
Posted by Watchman at 5:17 PM
Kyle Beachy, who taught in the 2009 Iowa Summer Writing Festival, will return to Iowa City to read from "The Slide," his debut novel, in a free event at 7 p.m. today at Prairie Lights Books, 15 S. Duuque St. in downtown Iowa. Click here to read the rest of the article about what Kyle is doing. Iowa City Press Citizen
Posted by Watchman at 4:57 PM
But why a meadow and what benefits does a meadow bring? Meadows are an unusual and captivating landscape feature. Sara Beachy said, "I like to frolic in the meadow, the squirrels just make my day sometime. Click to read the article
By Wilson Roth, The Weather Vane student newspaper; posted September 28, 2009 Eastern Mennonite University. EMU is a liberal arts Christian college with core values of peace and sustainability.
Posted by Watchman at 9:27 AM
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Homer Middle School Huskies competed in a cross-country race in Kenai over the weekend and turned in some impressive finishes in the effort. On the boys’ side, Brandon Beachy finished ninth, Click to read it all in the Homer Tribune, (AK) Sept. 23, 2009
Posted by Watchman at 11:55 AM
President Barack Obama has appointed Dr. Roger Beachy, founding president of theDonald Danforth Plant Science Centerin St. Louis, to serve as the first director of a new federal agriculture agency. Beachy said he plans to rent a place in Washington, D.C., but also keep his home in Clayton. Click here for the article in the St. Louis Business Journal by Kelsey Volkmann
Posted by Watchman at 11:25 AM
"I couldn't believe it! You couldn't have forced him to go up those steps if you tried, but there he was. Ten men couldn't have made him go up there," he recalled. He called his friend JESSE BEACHY who came over to help with the distraught bull that was tearing up everything in the pack house in his panic to escape. Click here to read a very interesting story By Debra Ferrell/The Union Star Tuesday, September 22, 2009 10:08 AM EDT
Posted by Watchman at 11:18 AM
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Queen Charlotte Islands British Columbia Canada
A 35-foot sailboat shipwrecked on East Beach just north of the Pesuta wreck site may have to stay there until mid-September brings higher tides. "The crew are safe and the boat is in good condition," Ms Stefanyk said. "There really is no other option but to wait for the tides to cycle back." Ms Stefanyk said the boat apparently came ashore after the tiller snapped during a storm. She said several local people have been incredibly helpful with the situation, including the Macks, Leandre Vigneault, and CRAIG BEACHY. Note by editor of this site. Craig was able to pull the sail boat off the beach at high tide in the middle of the night with his backhoe. This was accomplished with a long line through a block fasten to an anchor (deadman) buried at low tide. Click to read the article in the QCI Observer.
Posted by Watchman at 8:39 PM
In the aftermath of that fire, business owners along Woodland Avenue constructed several beautiful brick buildings, many of which are still standing today. Two of those buildings include the ones housing the locker and hardware store, but others include Peachey's Family Market, on the west side of Woodland Avenue. Click here to read an awesome account of the 'Great fire' of 1901 by Casandra Leff Editor, Riceville Recorder - Riceville,IA,USA
Posted by Watchman at 5:37 PM
Cast-offs collect cash for good cause
Webbs Garden Centre, Wychbold, near Droitwich, held its first Donate, Don’t Dump Day for St Richard’s Hospice. They took inspiration from the popular BBC2 television Mary Queen of Charity Shops programme. Company chairman Edward Webb and MARILYN PEACHEY of St Richard’s Hospice, spread the word. Click here for the rest of the article in the Berrows Journal. Picture by Paul Jackson. 38310701
Posted by Watchman at 5:12 PM
Three African lion cubs were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium yesterday, the first in 24 years at the zoo. Assistant Curator Harry Peachey said zookeepers won't check the cubs for weight and sex for several days. But zookeepers are keeping on eye on them with a camera. Click here to read the article by Kathy Lynn Gray The Columbus Dispatch
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Posted by Watchman at 4:41 PM
The health of a democratic society depends on a citizenry of informed, critically thinking adults. One aspect of critical thinking is openness to the possibility that one's view of the truth and "how things are" may be skewed, if not completely erroneous. Such a mindset leads to a culture of intellectual humility, questioning, critical evaluation of evidence and the willingness to change one's mind. Click here to read the article By WILL BEACHEY Bismarck Tribune - Bismarck, ND, USA | Posted: Saturday, September 19, 2009 1:55 am
Posted by Watchman at 2:09 PM
Labels: Beachy's Work Place
Buy photo Herald-Tribune Archive / 2006
Bertha Beachy makes a strawberry pie in the bakery at Yoder's on Bahia Vista in Sarasota in November of 2006.
Yoder's general manager Brian Emrich says that Richman and his crew filmed about 10 1/2 hours, focusing on his grandmother, Amanda Yoder, who opened the popular eatery 34 years ago; his aunt, Mary Yoder, busy in the bakery making a shoo-fly pie; and his father, Todd Emrich, making Southern fried chicken. Click here to read more also the location of Yoder's restaurant. By LEE McCALL Published: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at 10;56 a.m. Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Posted by Watchman at 12:29 PM
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Labels: Cluster Bombs
Titus Peachey is director of peace education for the Mennonite Central Committee in Akron, Pa. Picture credit, MARWAN NAAMANI / AFP, Getty
A Lebanese boy stands near where he lost part of his right hand to a cluster bomb in 2006.
I love the Obama family's White House garden. It's a great way to promote the value of fresh, homegrown food, and I hope many will follow the example that the president and first lady have set. But today I am urging President Obama to pick up a pen instead of a garden hoe, because hidden in the garden's onions and tomatoes is a connection to international humanitarian law that deserves his immediate attention. Many countries have banned cluster bombs. Unfortunately, the U.S. isn't one of them.
Click here to read the article in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Titus Peachey a former coordinator of the committee's Cluster Bomb Removal Project in Laos. He can be contacted at email@example.com. For more information, see mcc.org/clusterbombs
Posted by Watchman at 4:10 PM
Here in Clay City, a town of about 1,000 people, medicine has come full circle. Dr. Eric Beachy, a 30-something with salt and pepper hair and an easy bedside manner has begun making house calls, a practice residents here wrote off as old-fashioned. But Beachy's home visits are anything but that. Click to read the article or listen to the video, by STAN JASTRZEBSKI. LINDA WERTHEIMER, host: September 21, 2009 from WFIU
Posted by Watchman at 10:37 AM
Monday, September 21, 2009
Glen and his son Craig both of British Columbia Canada bagged this Bull Moose. It was taken in Northern BC Outback September 14, 2009. Thirty five years ago, father and son bagged their first moose together in BC. After all these years once again they were hunting together when this 1200 pound plus, "giant of the woods appeared". Phil Giesbrecht, a grandson in-law and professional taxidermist in Cranbrook BC, will do the shoulder mount for this trophy class moose. It will be displayed in Craig's home along with other trophies.
Posted by Watchman at 9:05 PM