Baba’s Beach Podcast #12 – Ferret in Your Pocket

Some people may think this show constitutes cruelty to ferrets. Not that I think anyone will get close enough to a politician to try out the theory. And that Jehovah Witness friend of mine? She came back from France with a mission – to make the local grocer bring in decent chocolate croissants.

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Music from the Podsafe Music Network this week:

Lost Times by Tom Byrne

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Baba’s Beach Podcast #11 – Happy 17th Anniversary

Take Steinbeck, a jammed impeller, add a white picket fence, Barney Rubble in fuzzy slippers and pearls then watch the magic happen. There are a lot of mysteries in life but what makes two people get together and stay together for this damn long is still the biggest mystery to me. Not complaining, mind you.

Thanks for visiting Baba’s Beach today. If you have any comments, we’d love to hear them.

Please visit us at www.babasbeach.ca and send comments to babasbeach@gmail.com

Music from the Podsafe Music Network this week:

New Beginning by Kparx

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Baba’s Beach Podcast #10 – Choices

The way can be straight and narrow or broad and bumpy or even paved with gold but we all come to the same waiting room in the end.

Welcome to Baba’s Beach Podcast # 10
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Babas Beach Podcast #9 – Tolerance

How many Cro-Magnons does it take to change a light-bulb?

Welcome to Baba’s Beach Podcast # 9

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Baba’s Beach Podcast #8 – Farewell

In 1996 we gathered together to say goodbye to Baba and went for one last walk with her on the beach. Here are a few words from that day to complete the picture of Pearl Holub Blaseckie.
Thanks for visiting Baba’s Beach today. If you have any comments, we’d love to hear them.
Happy New Year and see you soon on the beach.

Music from the Podsafe Music Network this week:

Auld Lang Syne by Friction Bailey

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Baba’s Beach Podcast Number 7 – Merry Christmas from Baba’s Beach

Christmas is only one day away now, and it’s time to reflect on thoughts from Christmases past.
Here is a column that Maureen wrote a couple of years ago. Everyone at Baba’s Beach wishes you a Merry Christmas and All the Best for 2006

Music from the Podsafe Music Network this week:

Silent Night with It Came Upon A Midnight Clear by Doug Boldt

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Baba’s Beach Podcast #6

This is the last of four audio tapes recorded in 1980 by Therese Blaseckie.
The audio starts and stops quite abruptly, but I’ve left them just the way they were on the original tapes without any fade ins and outs.

Please enjoy and share the website with others who might too.

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Baba’s Beach Podcast #5

This is the third of four audio tapes recorded in 1980 by Therese Blaseckie.

The audio starts and stops quite abruptly, but I’ve left them just the way they were on the original tapes without any fade ins and outs.
Please enjoy and share the website with others who might too.

 

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Baba’s Beach Podcast # 4 Heroes

With Remembrance Day having just past, I often think of heros at this time of year.
Not the Comic Book Heros, but the ones under our noses every day.

Everyone knows a hero. Uncle Jim was one of ours.

Music from the Podsafe Music Network this week:

Celebration by Mark Heimonen

elijah elijah by Melissa Cox

8EnV.5 by 2-RD

Taps by the United States Air Force Band

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