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May 7, 2017

Floral keepsakes become a fond remembrance

Sarah Yoder’s funeral service.I had so many good memories of her -- visits to her and Grandpa Yoder’s farm west of Middlebury where I learned about all the typical farm activities like feeding the chickens and collecting eggs (I had never heard of using a glass egg to induce a hen to lay eggs); milking the cows and squirting the waiting cats with a stream of milk; driving a team of horses pulling a hay wagon full of fresh cut hay to sling into the haylofts; thrashing wheat and oats with every nearby farmer followed with a feast prepared by the women; feeding grunting and squealing hogs; and harrowing a fresh-plowed field with Grandpa’s team of horses Jake and Nellie.Of course, one of the fondest (well, maybe not) was the old outhouse with, yes, the Sears & Roebuck and Montgomery Ward catalogs that one could rummage through while contemplating; the old pitcher pump in the washroom that pumped directly from a deep cistern which was drinkable as well as cold; and Grandma’s woodburning kitchen cooking stove with iron plates that could be removed with a special iron handle that fit neatly into it. But one of my most fond memories was being tucked into bed in a frigid upstairs bedroom that had no heat other than a round and grated hole in the floor. The bed had fresh smelling, outdoor dried, clean sheets and plenty of heavy comforters to keep you... (Greensburg Daily News)

Jun 10, 2016

Flowers in quilt designs almost ready for Elkhart display

DITIONS - In this Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 photo, a wagon wheel decorates the edge of the quilt garden at the Dutch Country Market on C.R. 16, east of Middlebury, Ind. Fall is set to arrive in Elkhart County and the quilt gardens will give way to fall foliage. (Jennifer Shephard/The Elkhart Truth) less ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS - In this Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 photo, a wagon wheel decorates the edge of the quilt garden at the Dutch Country Market on C.R. 16, east of Middlebury, Ind. Fall is set to arrive ... more Photo: Jennifer Shephard, AP Image 3 of 3 ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS - In this Tuesday, June 23, 2015 photo, three volunteers Elizabeth Bond, from left, Missy Pletcher and Nancy Laborde weed the Premier Arts Quilt Garden in Elkhart, Ind. They cleared weeds and replanted begonias to keep the garden looking good and healthy. (J. Tyler Klassen/The Elkhart Truth) MANDATORY CREDIT less ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS - In this Tuesday, June 23, 2015 photo, three volunteers Elizabeth Bond, from left, Missy Pletcher and Nancy Laborde weed the Premier Arts Quilt Garden in Elkhart, Ind. They cleared ... more Photo: J. Tyler Klassen, AP Flowers in quilt designs almost ready for Elkhart display Back to Gallery ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — A rainbow of about 150,000 annual plants is being delivered to 19 sites this month to make up the ninth annual Quilt Gardens display. Hundreds of workers and volunteers will spend the next two weeks planting the flowers of all colors, arranged in designs that represent quilt patterns of historical significance to Elkhart County to coincide with Indiana's bicentennial celebration. The planting should be complete by May 27, weather permitting, in time for the official May 30 opening of this year's exhibit. The Quilt Gardens are free to visit through Oct. 1. Among the highlights of this year's gardens: —Nappanee Heritage Center,... (Beaumont Enterprise)

Apr 22, 2016

10 outdoor events to make Saturday spectacular

Register for $8 by noon Friday at or sign up for $10 Saturday at Pumpkinvine Cyclery, 413 N. Main St. (new location) in Middlebury; Lincoln Avenue Fitness, 430 W. Lincoln Ave. in Goshen; Abshire Park Cabin in Goshen; or JoJo’s Pretzels, 205 N. Harrison St. in Shipshewana, Ind. Fish for free Saturday— and let kids compete Indiana residents won’t need a license to fish in the state Saturday. And kids ages 6 to 13 can compete for prizes — for longest and most fish caught — in a derby Saturday at St. Patrick’s County Park in South Bend. Kids need to check in at 8 a.m. and fish from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on the ponds. Bait and a limited amount of fishing gear will be available, though kids can bring their own. Walk-ins accepted. Call 574-654-3155 to reserve a spot. Shop at Audubon sale Shop for used household stuff from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the red barn at St. Patrick’s County Park in South Bend. The annual sale benefits both the local Audubon Society and the county parks. If you want to donate goods for the sale, drop them off at the red barn from 2 to 6 p.m. today or from 1 to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Free park admission from 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday. Go out for a hike with Berrien Birding Club The Berrien Birding Club is leading weekly hikes, and the next one will depart at 9 a.m. Saturday from Tiscornia Beach Park in Benton Harbor. The group will look for migrating waterfowl along Lake Michigan and then head inland to Riverview Park to seek woodland birds. For the full schedule of hikes, call 269-471-2617 or visit a href="http://berriencounty... (South Bend Tribune)

Jan 8, 2016

EDIBLE: In-N-Out update and amazing 2015 recaps.

Gallo and Joullian Vineyards sold to a 20-something couple from L.A. The Most Amen Brother Story (tie) In Del Rey Oaks, a group of entrepreneurial Middlebury students formed a company called Both Co. and hand-built an amazing backyard aquaponics farm and a plan to take its sustainable food to food deserts around the world. In Big Sur, Sierra Mar Exec Chef John Cox introduced a way to help clean plates using compressed air rather than water, which relates to eye-popping savings in the face of severe drought. The Most Amen Sister Story My work wife’s other husband won the lottery, so Weekly Editor Mary Duan said, “See ya, suckers,” then realized how great (or at least strangely unique) a team and a community and a mission we’re working on here, so decided to stay. And shared a First Amendment Coalition Free Speech & Open Government Award that same month. Get more on each story on the blog, And happy new year. QUICKBITES jeninni kitchen + wine bar (920-2662) now does robust brunch 9:30am-1:30pm weekends. The goodies include lamb-potato cakes ($9.50), spiced sausage hash with fried egg ($13), Niño Gordough nutella donuts ($4) and polenta French toast ($9). Get more menu items, drink offerings and photos on the blog. Here’s a first for around here: a wine dinner in a liquor store. Surf N Sand (624-1805) and Franciscan Winery pair five wines with five family-style courses 6-8pm Thursday, Jan. 21 ($49, 624-1805), to launch a fun tasting series. One of the coolest meals in a month, and year, filled with them: restaurant-car lunch on Amtrak Coast Starlight, with exclusive views of the coast and a downright decent veggie burger on the plate. A minor reason it’s a great way to get down the coast south or north by rail. It’s not on the menu, but the carnitas chimichanga ($10.25 with rice and beans) at Jose’s Mexican in Seaside (899-0345) is profound comfort grub. The seasonally appropriate soup specials are doing well, including the avocado-laden tortilla soup ($4.95) and the albondiga (or meatball, $6.95). Former Affina and Casanova/st... (Monterey County Weekly)

Jan 8, 2016

17 Charming Hideaways Far From Crowds in the Northeast USA

Inn features a swimming pool, billiards room with bar, warmly generous new owners and a hot made to order breakfast. VERMONTInn on the Green, Middlebury, VT. Home to Middlebury College and the wonderful Morgan Horse Farm (yes, it's open for tours!), Middlebury, VT does have a removed from the world aspect. Most visitors stay at the larger Middlebury Inn, but the Inn on the Green offers a more intimate experience. Renovated in 1995 to its just-post-colonial roots, and with only 11 rooms, it's perfect for people looking for both privacy and a small B&B experience (a rare combo). Each room is a study in colonial and Federalist antiques, with original wide-plank floors, and modern amenities (like flat-screen TVs and upscale toiletries). Breakfast is delivered to your room each morning (there's no dining room and no need to socialize), so you can come and go in relative anonymity. a href=" (Huffington Post)

Jan 8, 2016

David C. Miller

VVS High School and Morrisville State College. On August 6, 1989, he married the love of his life, Nita Voncarmen in Middlebury, Vermont. They spend the next 24 years having the time of their lives travelling, gardening, decorating their home, and sharing it all with their dear friends and family. Prior to his retirement, Dave was employed by Envirocare International as an engineer. He loved his career and the staff so much that after he officially retired, he soon went back to work with them on a consulting basis. David was predeceased by Nita in December 2013, and his father and mother in 2001 and 2005, respectively. He is survived by two brothers, Mike and Rick; sister Marsha Freeman; and several nieces, nephews and grandchildren. In the spring, Dave will be interred with Nita in the Bergala family plot in Novato, California. There will be a celebration of Dave’s life at the Blac-N-Bleu restaurant in Roseburg on Sunday, January 10, 2016, from 3-6. The family would like to thank the amazing staff of Amedisys Hospice and his very, very good friend Mark Parker, for taking such excellent care of Dave. In lieu of flowers, please make any donations to Amedisys Hospice. (


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