The agents have finally reached the Palace of Carcosa. The masquerade ball has started but midnight is closing in. They must find the author of the play and give him his bottle if they want a chance to escape. However, the clock ticks ever closer to the end of the party and the arrival of the King in Yellow. Say your goodbyes, for the end is here. Maddy as Ryan West, paramedic Thad as Marley Madelyn, FBI agent Fae as Yersinia Riszek, cryptographer Rob Stith as Jørgen Nygård, undercover agent Ross as the Handler
“Sometimes it's good to sit still and let a place move through you instead of you moving through a place.” –Rolf Potts In this episode of Deviate, Rolf and The Vagabond's Way book club participants discuss how one can be vulnerable to new experiences on the road instead of micromanaging an itinerary (2:00); how monuments to mortality help us think of travel moments in an existential way (11:30); how we can take the mindset of travel back home with us when the journey is over, and how the experience of travel changes as you age (20:00); the role of ritual and ceremony in slow travel, and the simple things we have in common with our host cultures (30:00). Discussion moderator Luke Richardson is a traveler, author, and DJ based in England. Notable Links: Rolf's online book club signup The Vagabond's Way, by Rolf Potts (book) The Cotswolds (region in central-southwest England) Lake Maninjau (caldera lake in West Sumatra, Indonesia) Rendille people (Cushitic-speaking ethnic group in northern Kenya) Locals often perform a distilled version of their culture (Kenya dispatch) Père Lachaise Cemetery (largest cemetery in Paris) Frédéric Chopin (19th century Polish composer and pianist) The Catacombs (underground ossuaries in Paris) Mount Kenya (second-highest peak in Africa) What we hope to see in places can be at odds with reality (Mentawai dispatch) Long-distance hiking at home (Deviate episode) Isiah Pacheco (Kansas City Chiefs running back from Rutgers) Patrick Leigh Fermor (English traveler and writer) Richard Rohr (American Franciscan priest and writer) Marco Polo Didn't Go There, by Rolf Potts (travel book) Paris Writing Workshops (Rolf's creative writing classes) China and Mongolia with my parents (Deviate episode) Lets Drift (Kenyan hiking club based out of Nairobi) The Deviate theme music comes from the title track of Cedar Van Tassel's 2017 album Lumber. Note: We don't host a “comments” section, but we're happy to hear your questions and insights via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) reaches his 100th episode and discusses his journey and hunting season. Jon discusses his recent buck harvest. Jon explains how to work through the process of hunting pressure and dealing with competition and making changes to your property. Jon details the best vegetation to attract deer during hunting season. Jon provides an example of the best vegetation types that will create interest during hunting season, and how choices he would make to design his hunting property around the rut. Jon explains thicket and sub-thicket species and next level concepts that you can employ to get more deer on your property. Jon explains layering, food sources, biological plant benefits and his tactics to kill mature deer. Jon provides specific trees, shrubs and vines that will create a better overall environment to attract and retain deer. Jon provides a listener giveaway prize for his hundredth episode. Social Links https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The New York Times has called Rick Prelinger “one of the great, undersung historians of 20th century cinema.” But the Bay Area-based archivist isn't known for books on Chaplin or Bergman. Instead, Rick and partner Megan Prelinger collect the film history of everyday life: home movies, industrial films, studio outtakes and other works that would otherwise be lost or forgotten. The duo may be best known for the free movies they make available through the Internet Archive digital library. And locally, they've gained a following for their “Lost Landscapes” film project, a compilation of historic Bay Area footage from their archives. We'll talk to Rick and Megan about the 18th and latest installment of “Lost Landscapes”, entitled “City and Bay in Motion: Transportation and Communication.” Guests: Rick Prelinger, founder, Prelinger Archives, whose moving image holdings may be found online at archive.org; co-founder, Prelinger Library, a publicly-available collection of historical periodicals, books, print ephemera, maps and government documents Megan Prelinger, co-founder, Prelinger Library; co-director, Prelinger Archives film digitization project. Prelinger is also the author of the books Another Science Fiction: Advertising the Space Race 1957–1962 and Inside the Machine: Art and Invention in the Electronic Age
Marina Tabassum is a Bangladeshi architect whose work includes Bangladesh's underground Museum of Independence and the award-winning Bait Ur Rouf mosque. She talks about working with local materials, the rich landscape of Bangladesh's capital city, Dhaka, and how architects should embrace social responsibility, as with her $200 houses for displaced Bangladeshis.Marina Tabassum is the founder of Marina Tabassum Architects and the academic director of the Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements.This episode originally aired in November, 2021.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Dan Johnson (Sportsmen's Empire) discuss technical hunting series hunting gear. Dan explains his recent buck harvest during the rut and strategies around how to be successful. Dan explains his clothing and what hunting tactics tie into success. Jon explains his clothing, using scooters, and how to reduce the chance of being cold or hot as you get into the treestand. Dan explains his process of layering and dealing with temperature swings. Dan discusses why he does not use rubber boots. Jon counters Dan's point on boots and provides another approach to rubber boots. Dan explains the boot and sock type that he uses and a few tricks that will eliminate any cold foot issues many hunters experience. Dan discusses his base layer choices and what products he no longer uses and why. Jon and Dan discuss hunting gear that are next layer and outers that allow better hunting afield. Dan provides specific clothing options by name and type. Jon explains why some companies like Sitka or Kuiu may not be the right option for hunters. Jon and Dan debate scent management, the how to's and options for those that are particularly concerned with scent and how to best manage clothing and body odor. Jon and Dan discuss building a system around clothing and an easy way to manage scent. Jon and Dan discuss how to deal with body odor, mouth odor and changing diet during hunting season. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Social Links https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/ninefingerchronicles/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/ninefingerchronicles/ https://sportsmensempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In episode #120 Chris meets with his original narrative therapy supervisor David Marsten and they discuss David's entry into narrative therapy, his recent book Narrative Therapy in Wonderland co-authored with David Epston and Laurie Markham, and his work with darkened landscapes when problems are impossible. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: http://bit.ly/2i0DmaT Website: http://www.theradicaltherapist.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRadTherapist Instagram: https://instagram.com/theradicaltherapist/ Email: email@example.com
Autumn is a good time for contemplation and a place by the fireside encourages reflection. Recently I have been revisiting the journals of Thomas Merton and, with the help of John Moriarty, I have found myself relearning some valuable lessons. The Edens of our flourishing are sometimes not quite what we dream them to be. Journal entry:15th November, Wednesday"Across the fields, A train clatters it's way to Birmingham. The lit carriages flickering like A procession of glow worms Through the hedges. A rabbit's tail strobes white in my torchlight. The hill becomes alive with Unblinking ovine eyes."Episode Information:In this episode I read a number of entries from:Thomas Merton's Dancing in the Water of Life published in 2009 by HarperCollins.For more information on John Moriarty and the ‘yoga of horror' see his What the Curlew Said published in 2007 by Lilliput Press. With special thanks to our lock-wheelersfor supporting this podcast.Allison on the narrowboat Mukka Derek and Pauline Watts Anna V. Sean James Cameron Orange Cookie Donna Kelly Mary Keane. Tony Rutherford. Arabella Holzapfel. Rory with MJ and Kayla. Narrowboat Precious Jet. Linda Reynolds Burkins. Richard Noble. Carol Ferguson. Tracie Thomas Mark and Tricia Stowe Madeleine SmithGeneral DetailsIn the intro and the outro, Saint-Saen's The Swan is performed by Karr and Bernstein (1961) and available on CC at archive.org. Two-stroke narrowboat engine recorded by 'James2nd' on the River Weaver, Cheshire. Uploaded to Freesound.org on 23rd June 2018. Creative Commons Licence. Piano and keyboard interludes composed and performed by Helen Ingram.All other audio recorded on site. Support the showBecome a 'Lock-Wheeler'Would you like to support this podcast by becoming a 'lock-wheeler' for Nighttime on Still Waters? Find out more: 'Lock-wheeling' for Nighttime on Still Waters.ContactFor pictures of Erica and images related to the podcasts or to contact me, follow me on: Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/noswpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimeonstillwaters/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoswPod Mastodon: https://mastodon.world/@nosw I would love to hear from you. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop me a line by going to the nowspod website and using either the contact form or, if you prefer, record your message by clicking on the microphone icon. For more information about Nighttime on Still Waters You can find more information and photographs about the podcasts and life aboard the Erica on our website at noswpod.com.
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In our latest podcast episode, we dive into the shifting landscapes of gaming. Activision Blizzard's esports division sees cuts, marking the end of an era with GameBattles, a renowned tournament platform, also shutting down. On the hardware front, Valve's Steam Deck OLED gears up for release, addressing concerns about bot purchases. Meanwhile, Rocksteady's Suicide Squad game resurfaces, teasing a vast map and hinting at live-service elements, despite past criticisms. In a surprising move, 505 Games' parent company, Digital Bros, announces mass layoffs, attributing the decision to consumer preferences for established IPs over new games. Lastly, as the Game Awards nominations roll in, the competition for the coveted "Best Game" title intensifies, promising an exciting event with an impressive lineup of contenders. 0:00 Intro 0:30 Updates 14:53 Activision Blizzard closes GameBattles https://tinyurl.com/yvfjnjvn 27:16 Valve Reveals Steam Deck OLED https://tinyurl.com/23h6dc8p 37:35 Suicide Squad Game Resurfaces https://tinyurl.com/bddtkx84 48:53 505 Games lays off 30% of staff because reasons https://tinyurl.com/26ctur22 1:03:28 The 2023 Game Awards Nominations Are IN https://tinyurl.com/2kydvtp2 1:22:48 Outro Leave a LIKE and a comment, thanks for watching/listening! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PODCAST ►► https://anchor.fm/m2podcast AMAZON Music ► https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/091902c3-b83b-487c-8fe7-4c96787434fe/M2-Podcast APPLE ► https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1531832410 BREAKER ► https://www.breaker.audio/m2-podcast-2 CASTRO ► https://castro.fm/podcast/6f69d373-d879-46d9-9f1c-bcf7c4bf1741 GOOGLE ► https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zNTYwNWZiMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== OVERCAST ► https://overcast.fm/itunes1531832410/m2-podcast POCKETCASTS ► https://pca.st/5jghvf6e RADIOPUBLIC ► https://radiopublic.com/m2-podcast-GMZkY4 SPOTIFY ► https://open.spotify.com/show/2VedhO03IRoHERJqF6Sy87 STICHER ► https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/m2-podcast TUNEIN ► http://tun.in/pj3ZI #podcast JOIN THE DISCORD! ►► https://discord.gg/Kp5Gre6 FOLLOW THE TWITTER! ►►https://twitter.com/m2_podcast KyleHeath Socials: TWITTER ►► https://twitter.com/mrjkheath MadMikeWillEatU Socials: TWITTER ►► https://twitter.com/madmikewilleatu
fWotD Episode 2386: Interstate 40 in Tennessee.Welcome to featured Wiki of the Day where we read the summary of the featured Wikipedia article every day.The featured article for Thursday, 16 November 2023 is Interstate 40 in Tennessee.Interstate 40 (I-40) is part of the Interstate Highway System that runs 2,556.61 miles (4,114.46 km) from Barstow, California, to Wilmington, North Carolina. The highway crosses Tennessee from west to east, from the Mississippi River at the Arkansas border to the Blue Ridge Mountains at the North Carolina border. At 455.28 miles (732.70 km), the Tennessee segment of I-40 is the longest of the eight states through which it passes and the state's longest Interstate Highway. I-40 passes through Tennessee's three largest cities—Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville—and serves the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most-visited national park in the United States. It crosses all of Tennessee's physiographic regions and Grand Divisions—the Mississippi embayment and Gulf Coastal Plain in West Tennessee, the Highland Rim and Nashville Basin in Middle Tennessee, and the Cumberland Plateau, Cumberland Mountains, Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians, and Blue Ridge Mountains in East Tennessee. Landscapes on the route vary from flat, level plains and swamplands in the west to irregular rolling hills, cavernous limestone bluffs, and deep river gorges in the central part of the state, to plateau tablelands, broad river valleys, narrow mountain passes, and mountain peaks in the east. The Interstate parallels the older U. S. Route 70 (US 70) corridor for its entire length in the state. It has interchanges and concurrencies with four other mainline Interstate Highways, and has five auxiliary routes: I-140, I-240, I-440, I-640, and I-840. I-40 in Tennessee was mostly complete by the late 1960s, having been constructed in segments. The stretch between Memphis and Nashville, completed in 1966, was the state's first major Interstate segment to be finished. The last planned section was completed in 1975, and much of the route has been widened and reconstructed since then.The I-40 corridor between Memphis and Nashville is known as Music Highway because it passes through a region which was instrumental in the development of American popular music. In Memphis, the highway is also nationally significant due to a 1971 US Supreme Court case which established the modern process of judicial review of infrastructure projects. Community opposition to the highway's proposed routing through Overton Park led to a nearly-25-year activist campaign which culminated in the case. This resulted in the state abandoning the highway's original alignment and relocating it onto what was originally a section of I-240.This recording reflects the Wikipedia text as of 00:27 UTC on Thursday, 16 November 2023.For the full current version of the article, see Interstate 40 in Tennessee on Wikipedia.This podcast uses content from Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.Visit our archives at wikioftheday.com and subscribe to stay updated on new episodes.Follow us on Mastodon at @email@example.com.Also check out Curmudgeon's Corner, a current events podcast.Until next time, I'm Salli Neural.
The troupe has finally reached the shores of Carcosa, but the Palace is still a long journey away. They must travel through the city, torn apart by war. They need costumes to gain entry to the masquerade ball. More importantly, they must make peace with each other and themselves before they reach the ballroom. Eternity awaits. Maddy as Ryan West, paramedic Thad as Marley Madelyn, FBI agent Fae as Yersinia Riszek, cryptographer Rob Stith as Jørgen Nygård, undercover agent Ross as the Handler
For this special episode, I walked on the South Downs with Jim Jupp of Belbury Poly and Ghost Box Records, discussing the latest BP album The Path. Good friend of the podcast Jim Jupp recently released a new album under his Belbury Poly name, and through Ghost Box, the record label he co-founded with artist/designer Julian House. Rather than a solo piece, however, this one involves a 'band' setting augmenting his synths and obsessions with library-music inspired claustrophobic soundtrack-funk, plus my own contribution as narrator, telling a vague tale of a walker descending into madness on the uncanny paths of England. We walked and talked at the end of the summer, and here 'tis... Check out Belbury Poly's The Path through all the normal record-shopping and streaming spots, and Ghost Box Records' own shoppe. The music is, obviously, also from that album. BP did the Uncanny Landscapes title theme, too... Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and includes the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram. The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove. Coming up very soon: new episodes featuring landscape artist and composer Cheryl E. Leonard and writer James Canton, and more! [[Caveat: there were technical issues with this episode; I think I've solved most of them, but apologies for weird stuff that may haunt the ep!]]
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Eric Hansen (Just Hunt Club) discuss the rut and strategies around how to be successful. Eric and Jon discuss preplanned setups and how to build hunting locations around the rut and how in some instances mobile setups are essential. Jon discusses the “right” days to hunt and details how he chooses those days in the woods. Eric details a close encounter with a giant buck and what explains how he setups his areas to be successful all year. Eric details his setups and simple techniques and locations that should be considered when laying out a property and thinking through deer movement. Eric explains how he uses trail cameras to develop a rut strategy and certain modes of operation that allow trail cameras to work better for data intel. Eric explains when he uses calls and when he decides to grunt at deer. Eric breaks down specific rut spots in both areas with large agriculture fields and areas of forested land. Jon and Eric explain tips and tricks that increase use of areas during the rut. Eric explains changes he will make going forward to set up his hunting locations to ensure better opportunities. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Social Links https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.justhuntclub.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/justhuntclub https://www.facebook.com/justhuntclub/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Resource: Dr. Jordan B. Peterson Maureen begins the pod energized having just taught a yoga class. With over 175 published podcasts on resources, practices, discussions, interviews, reflections, we've somehow not talked about Dr. Jordan B. Peterson. Peterson is a pivotal figure in 'Learning Conversation,' not just for this podcast but for so many who have followed his lead in examining what words mean and how they can be used for good or harm. Peterson's opposition to Canada's speech legislation in Bill C-16, an amendment to the "Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code," catapulted him to a larger audience. Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist who early on saw the danger of progressive cultural change. He recorded his views in 2016. The recordings went viral. Peterson spoke what few dared. His reaction to the Bill C-16 was not the substance of words but the dynamic of the bill which essentially compelled speech - designating what can and cannot be said and making that part of the criminal code. In other words, his objection focused on the foundational principles of free speech. Government should not legislate what can and cannot be said. In objecting, Peterson became the grain of sand in the oyster around which other layers of conversation formed. Peterson's podcasts and interviews became the epicenter of conversations, teachings, discussions which were not being had in other parts of Western society, parts that were tamed and shamed and remained silent on Progressivism's righteousness. With cultural support and power, political correctness began to be legislated. Today, we find ourselves on one side or the other of 'political correctness' with varying degrees of consequence. Cancel culture. Job security or insecurity. Political divides. Social discord. The binary application of 'for and against' is, unfortunately, part of the political correctness movement. Wielding and leveraging cultural power is key to its change management; no room for discussion, debate, nuance, learning, conversation. Winning is not based on persuasive argument. Of course, speech issues, cultural change, progressive thought, conservation thought are multi-faceted subjects, but without room to examine and discuss facets, discourse is course or dismissed. Shouts and protests are memed and mimed into binary slogans. Black Lives Matter - good, appropriate. All Lives Matter - not good, inappropriate, disrespectful. How fitting this podcast is released now. In the aftermath of a heinous genocidal assault that has been building over decades and is embedded in political and religous agendas through the charter of Hamas. We are witnesses to digusting binary barbitry that dehumanizes our collective society, and breaks down civilized conversation and actions. Just what Jordan Peterson talks about. Our hearts go out to all who suffer. Peace through grace, and let it begin with me. Live to learn and learn to live. Landscapes for Learning YogaHEALS
5 min Today's word is: Happy Maureen references a documentry on Happy - 2012 movie. Is happy a good goal? Join the conversation. Learning Practice features a 3-minute conversation about a single word. Unrehearsed, without forethought of the word to be discussed, we practice the art of Learning Conversation. If you want to practice with us by supplying a word and joining us: contact us through our websites. Landscapes for Learning YogaHEALS
Join us for a candid discussion on the dynamic changes unfolding in the world of professional golf. The landscape is in flux, especially with ongoing debates between the PGA Tour and various funding sources. The discussion delves into recent headlines about PGA Tour players participating in live golf promotions, exploring the challenges and opportunities this presents for athletes and their agents. We hear from an experienced agent, providing insights into navigating these changes and the considerations for athletes, from the top players to emerging talents. The conversation touches on the business side of sports, the impact on competition, and the evolving nature of name, image, and likeness deals for NCAA athletes.
In this replay episode of Growing in the Green Industry, we welcome Brian Horn, editor of Lawn & Landscape magazine. A career journalist, Brian shares thoughts about what makes our industry truly unique, and how his team works each month to develop engaging and forward-thinking content. The group also focuses on the importance of embracing technology now and in the future, and Brian provides a preview of his session at LANDSCAPES 2021, Inside Customers' Minds: Results of Lawn & Landscape's Grow the Market Study. This episode is hosted by Jenn Myers at NALP, and Lisa Stryker at NALP.
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discusses his upcoming Master Class and how to attend and apply online. Jon gives some examples of what to evaluate as you hire a consultant to work on your property. Jon explains his 2024 consulting schedule and opportunities for future clients. Jon discusses scent molecules and distribution of scent on the landscape. Jon explains how to managing clothing and body hygiene that will support better Jon discusses how thermals work and a misnomer that plagues the hunting industry. Jon discusses temperature changes and how that impacts air flow. Jon explains smarter options to increase hunting opportunities when considering thermals and the wind. Jon explains the importance of barometric pressure and heating cycles. Jon explains how to cheat the wind and which days to pick to hunt. Jon discusses very specific ways to design hunting around wind and thermals. Jon discusses how to manipulate deer movement for wind and thermals and how to be strategic. Jon discusses what winds to not hunt in and what scenarios where humidity plays into a tough hunting scenario. Jon discusses the problems when hunting in fog. Jon explains wind history and what apps he utilizes to evaluate weather conditions. Jon explains ozone and how to use ozone devices and Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Social Links https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sketching landscapes in your nature journal can help you understand an ecosystem, as well as create your own sense of place and belonging. Get to know your landscape by exploring it on the pages of your nature journal using both words and pictures.I created a YouTube video of myself responding to this prompt and discovering my own nearby landscapes. You can watch that video here: Find Yourself in the Landscape.This prompt was inspired by my conversation with Marley Peifer and his Skillshare class about landscapes. You can find Marley's class here - Dynamic Outdoor Painting: How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes on the Go.I would love to hear about your own experience with adding landscapes to your journal. You can leave a comment below this post on the Journaling With Nature website. -----------------Sign-up for Journaling With Nature's Newsletter to receive news and updates. You can support Journaling With Nature Podcast on Patreon. Your contribution is deeply appreciated.Thanks for listening!
24 min Maureen and Pierre discuss spiritual traditions of solitude versus the disaffectation of anxiety and isolation. Spiritual practices include: Jesus in the desert for 40 days. Thoreau “On Walden Pond.” Meditative practices. John Francis - not talking for 17 years. Modern disaffection include recent school shootings, which is on Maureen's mind as a former school teacher, mother, person. It's counter-intuitive or perhaps ‘unnatural' that there are these traditions of finding integration into society by withdrawing from society. Because we are so society bound, its not usual for a person to take up spiritual practices of solitude. Maureen's website: Landscapes for Learning focuses on working out within, and the wisdom of knowing thyself. Often finding oneself involves being with oneself outside of the complications of society. Maureen a former school teach brings up the flip side of the coin, a disaffected person who retreats from society and ‘loses' themselves versus finding oneself via a spiritual tradition of separation. Recent school shootings, most if not all taking place from disaffected or mentally challenged males, raise the discussion point which Maureen wants to explore: is isolation healthy or not healthy for individuals. The discussion leads back to a little known book about monastic life called: The Cloud of Unknowing. Maureen reflects on her walkabout. A year of traveling and teaching yoga, separated from her normal roles of mother, teacher, dog owner, family member. The walkabout allowed Maureen to shed normal roles and live one day at a time. If you are interested in a walkabout, you might enjoy listening. If you are interested in the power of 'unknowing' consider it as a concept to fully embrace the world you experience.
An interview by Justin Hopper with artist Kirsty Badenoch and writer Tom Jeffreys. Kirsty and Tom have an exhibition 9-12 November at Staffordshire Street Gallery in Peckham, London, UK, featuring new work made in the remaining patches of boreal forest in northern Scotland. For information on the exhibition, visit Staffordshire St's website. Kirsty Badenoch and Tom Jeffreys each have a site, too, which will help you find out more about the artists book that accompanies the exhibition. The music in this episode is the track Unnamed Unseen from Memory Islands, a highly recommended new album by violinist Ellie Wilson. Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and includes the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram. Title sounds by The Belbury Poly, courtesy Ghost Box Records. The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove.
5 min Today's word is: Suffering Learning Practice features a 3-minute conversation about a single word. Unrehearsed, without forethought of the word to be discussed, we practice the art of Learning Conversation. If you want to practice with us by supplying a word and joining us: contact us through our websites. Landscapes for Learning YogaHEALS
Dr John Gillies has had a life long love of Skippers Canyon, and his new book showcases his paintings of the iconic gorge in Otago. He was born in 1945, and discovered his love of art at St Andrew's College, while studying figure drawing under sculptor Tom Taylor. But it wasn't art that became his first career. Instead he attended Otago University medical school, graduating in 1972 after a short stint in Vietnam with the New Zealand Combined Services Medical Team. He went on to become the clinical director of respiratory medicine for the Canterbury District Health Board, before retiring in 2006. Throughout his time as a medical professional he regularly created and exhibited new paintings, and also founded the New Zealand Association of Artist Doctors.
Below the Hotel Broadlabin is a tunnel that leads to an ancient labyrinth. This labyrinth contains an endless amount of bottles. Each bottle is labeled with a name. The restless inhabitants of the Hotel crave nothing more than to find their bottle and learn what secrets the bottle whispers to them. The agents exploring the labyrinth are looking for something else, a way to the city of Carcosa. They'll encounter some of the ghosts haunting their pasts before they can possibly find an exit though. Maddy as Ryan West, paramedic Thad as Marley Madelyn, FBI agent Fae as Yersinia Riszek, cryptographer Rob Stith as Jørgen Nygård, undercover agent Ross as the Handler
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Johnny Stewart discuss hunting tactics in multiple states and how he works his hunting strategies as the rut nears. Johnny explains where to start when breaking down a hunting property and how he approaches areas that he has history with. Johnny explains the ideal habitat conditions for deer that he focuses on. Johnny explains how to lay out his cameras to inventory deer and what his tactics are to check each one of these cameras. Johnny explains the importance of laying off trail camera data and why you need to forget scrape season, and move to where deer want to be. Johnny describes early season tactics and data that shaped his future hunting. Johnny breaks down the seasonality and the importance of thinking through the specifics on where he does want to be this time of year. Jon explains what is going on with his own property and recent things he notices in a field that are meaningful to assessing deer social hierarchy and communication. Johnny explains the activity of deer this time of year and why deer are switching to become more daylight active. Johnny details where deer are and what is meaningful data and how to approach large mature bucks. John explains when he focuses on terrain and how security cover can be more meaningful. John explains when to hunt high or low in the terrain. Johnny discusses how to anticipate other public land hunters and how they have had to evolve their strategies around these newly found or experienced hunters on the landscape. Jon explains how the tactics talked about apply to both public and private landowners, and how he hunts public ground that many overlook and why access is critical. Johnny discusses why deer select certain areas and when to be more aggressive and when not to hunt. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Social Links https://spartanforge.ai/ https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest today is Lucy Hunter, and she happens to be very lucky, I think, to have that last name because it's so fitting to her personality. She is, first and foremost, a landscape designer, and she's also a floral designer, or an artist who uses flowers, really, and it seems she does all of this by hunting in nature for her inspiration, seeking out the beauty in imperfection that mother nature does so well. Today we're talking about her second book, called The Flower Hunter, and it's a wonderful conversation about life and creativity and self reflection and creating an environment that perfectly suits who you are. You'll learn as much about design principles as you will about how to follow beauty through its lifespan. https://www.slowstylehome.com/episodes/lucy-hunterTo learn all about this podcast and the Slow Style Framework, go to:www.slowstylehome.com The Style Matters podcast is now Slow Style Home! Click here for the latest episode.
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Cobun Zweifel-Keegan from International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) sits down to talk about the children's privacy landscape in the US and beyond. Ben's story discusses whether AI giants may soon have to worry about defamation lawsuits. Dave's got the story on FCC's renewed interest in net neutrality. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute legal advice. For official legal advice on any of the topics we cover, please contact your attorney. Links to stories: Will ChatGPT's hallucinations be allowed to ruin your life? FCC moves ahead with Title II net neutrality rules in 3-2 party-line vote Caveat Briefing A companion weekly newsletter is available CyberWire Pro members on the CyberWire's website. If you are a member, make sure you subscribe to receive our weekly wrap-up of privacy, policy, and research news, focused on incidents, techniques, tips, compliance, rights, trends, threats, policy, and influence ops delivered to you inbox each Thursday. Got a question you'd like us to answer on our show? You can send your audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to hear from you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Writing, Publishing, And Dystopian Landscapes-Not Your Typical Teen, She's Making Her Dreams Happen#author #howtopublishabook #sciencefiction #teenauthor #authorinterview Shanti Hershenson's first two novellas were published when she was in the sixth grade, although her writing journey started long before then. Ever since she could hold a pencil, marker, or crayon, she was creating stories. They started from pictures, mere scribbles, and eventually, turned into captivating tales.Purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Shanti-Hershenson/e/B08QRF5LP4?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1645593351&sr=8-1Website: https://www.shantihershenson.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shantihershenson/X: https://twitter.com/ShantiHershTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shantiwhowritesThanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: email@example.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheVibesBrdcstTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@KoyoteFor all our social media and other links, go to: Linktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastPlease subscribe, like, and share!
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Dieter Kochan (Stealth Hunting E-Bikes) discuss technical hunting strategies around hunting locations and tactical scrapes. Dieter explains his methods to locate deer. Dieter explains how he breaks down land and deer movement a year in advance to start to identify deer he is considering. Dieter explains when he switches to scrapes and why he edges away from food in the areas he hunts. Dieter explains how to develop scrapes in the areas you hunt and how to position them in a manner to make hunting scrapes easier. Dieter explains the concept of building tactical scrapes and how he collects data without cellular cameras. Dieter identifies a method to collect data as he hunts to his treestand. Dieter clarifies his style of hunting and the attributes that lead to his success. Dieter and Jon get into methods to create scrapes and what options are available to hunters as they consider synthetic options. Dieter explains the importance of species, limb height, and natural examples, as well as rope scrapes. Jon explains some of the science behind deer and scrapes. Dieter explains the fundamentals to his success including the clothing he wears that allow him to hunt in extreme conditions. Dieter provides his philosophy of managing body odor and his scent management regime. Dieter details how to manage his scent stream and how to reduce a deer's ability to problem solve. Dieter provides a late season hunting example of where to locate deer when you are against the wire. Dieter discusses e-bikes and how to use gear to make hunting easier. Dieter explains the efficiency gained and how these e-bikes have led to deer he has killed. Dieter explains ways to use e-bikes to be more covert with hunting locations, and allow him to access different areas. Dieter ends with a mindset that will help you throughout the entire hunting season. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Social Links https://www.stealthhuntingebikes.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rangermatthews/ https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Episode Summary In this episode of Sunny Side Up, Carolyn Najac interviews Christian DeMarais on crafting success and navigating landscapes in business. We discuss how engaging stakeholders successfully requires a blend of empathy, strategic narrative crafting, and in-depth understanding. He emphasises the power of understanding stakeholder perspectives and crafting a compelling narrative. Christian underscores the importance of empathy, especially towards internal stakeholders, viewing them as the real 'customers'. Finally, while discussing B2B and B2C dynamics, he emphasises the significance of listening to customers and efficiently leveraging resources across diverse teams. About the Guest Christian DeMarais is currently serving as Director of Revenue Operations and Strategy at Wix, where he has helped build and scale over 25 Sales and Account Management teams in 3 years. In addition to a career as a RevOps and Sales Strategy Pro, DeMarais is also an accomplished actor who recently had a recurring role in Maniac (Netflix), as well as guest roles on Mr. Robot (USA), The Equalizer (CBS) and Elementary (CBS). DeMarais holds an MFA in acting from NYU and a BA in Business Management and Theatre, with a Minor in Dance from Gustavus Adolphus College. Connect with Christian DeMarais Key Takeaways When engaging with stakeholders, immerse yourself in their perspectives, understanding their needs, concerns, and objectives. ● Avoid Direct Objectives – Don't always lead with your end goal. Let stakeholders understand your objectives through the information you provide and the narrative you weave. ● Craft a Narrative: Whether it's a presentation, a proposal, or a report, build a story that captivates your stakeholders and takes them on a journey. ● It's crucial to know what drives your stakeholders. Identify their priorities, financial metrics, time-saving efficiencies, or other KPIs, and cater your strategy to these. ● Empathy is key. While clear goals and KPIs matter, other aspects like ease of use and time-saving can be equally crucial. ● Never judge. Understand the perspectives and challenges of all team members. Your internal stakeholders, often acting as your 'customers', need that understanding the most. ● Ensure your services or products cater to a broad spectrum of your customers' needs, making it easier for them to choose you over competitors. ● Continuously seek and incorporate customer feedback to refine and improve your offerings. Centre your strategies around customer needs. Listening to and acting on their input can lead to product innovations and sustained growth. ● Balance Macro and Micro Perspectives. Keep an eye on the broader business strategy while attending to day-to-day operations. Quote: “Understanding is such a huge part of what we do. And I think understanding your customer, but a lot of times for RebLabs specifically, your customers are also internal stakeholders in the company and the business.” – Christian DeMarais Recommended Resource The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg Shout-Outs Melanie Terranova – Head of RevOps at Wix Dhwani Dalal – Director, Sales Strategy & Operations at DocuSign Meg Goetsch – Vice President, Global Sales Operations and Strategy at Forter Connect with Christian DeMarais | Follow us on LinkedIn | Website
Singer & Content Creator Kelsi Davies Talks Owning Your Brand, Social Media Landscapes and More After getting her start as a content creator on YouTube, Davies was inspired by a friend to join TikTok. She has made a name for herself on the platform with her unique paranormal content, acting skits, and choreography. Some of her most popular videos feature a haunted doll named Lola, and you can watch one here. Davies has built a loyal fanbase on her verified social media platforms including Instagram with 263,000 followers, TikTok with over 155 million likes and over 5 million followers, YouTube with over 2 million subscribers, as well as Twitter. Her content and following have not gone unnoticed as she was selected to be a featured creator and panelist at this year's VidCon as well as a panelist at Playlist Live. Outside of social media, she has made her mark on the world of music. Davies started her musical journey by releasing three singles Heartbeats, Done, and Darker. Her latest single September 10th was inspired by an experience on her birthday that pushed her to the path to spiritual awakening. The deeply personal song focuses on finding the strength to escape negative cycles and taking one's power back. You can listen to the powerful track here and watch the music video here. Connect with us on our website for more amazing conversations! www.brettallanshow.com Got some feedback? Let us know! email@example.com Follow us on social media! IG https://www.instagram.com/brettallanshow/ FB https://www.facebook.com/thebrettallanshow/ Twitter https://twitter.com/brettallanshow Consider giving us a kind rating and review on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1486122533?mt=2&ls=1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The agents have finally checked into the Hotel Broadalbin. They are safe from the STATIC agents, but other dangers lurk inside. The strange residents of the hotel offer a twisted form of hospitality, so it seems safer than the outside world but how long can that last? The only way out is through, so the agents search for a way to their destination....the city of Carcosa. Maddy as Ryan West, paramedic Thad as Marley Madelyn, FBI agent Fae as Yersinia Riszek, cryptographer Rob Stith as Jørgen Nygård, undercover agent Ross as the Handler
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Skip Sligh (Iowa Whitetail) discuss technical hunting strategies around building better hunting locations. Skip explains the reality of Iowa whitetails, deer hunting, and explains what permits him to have success on his own farm and those that hunt with him. Skip details the specifics on locations he hunts and how to improve a property for better bulletproof setups. Skip discusses entry and exit, and when it is too risky to hunt certain areas. Skip explains the basics, but essentials, to getting into a hunting area. Skip explains how he has made consistent access points that relate to his daily chores and other work on the farm. Skip discusses the features he creates or natural topographies to his hunting location that he uses during his hunts. Skip explains his specific farm and how neighboring pressure can disrupt plans to hunt a specific deer. Jon explains his tactics on a particular deer and how he decides to go after a mature buck. Skip details how he plans on hunting a mature buck in mid-October and why he shifts his odds with multiple setups. Skip explains how to shrink a deer's core range and make landscape improvements to ensure hunting becomes easier. Skip and Jon discuss introducing children to hunting, teaching success in different ways to our kids, and giving youth the chance to make their own way in the woods. Skip explains why children do not fully appreciate large antlered deer and his goals with his own son. Skip ends with when he is hunting and how he plans on killing a 7.5-year-old mature buck. Jon and Skip both talk about success stories this season so far and what we can do as hunters to continue to perpetuate success in our communities. Social Links iowawhitetail Iowa Whitetail (@iowa_whitetail) • Instagram photos and videos https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When Tom Swearingen wrote his first poem to remember a friend who had died, he didn’t consider himself a poet. But the small group of friends and family he read it to told him to keep writing. He did, and he says because he long enjoyed Western music, art and literature, including the cowboy poetry of Baxter Black, that was the style that fit. Within 10 years, Swearingen had published a collection of poetry which was named the 2020 Cowboy Poetry Book of the year by the International Western Music Association. The group also named him best male poet in 2019 and 2022. He also got Willamette Week’s nod in its “Best of” edition this year. Swearingen, like other cowboy poets, is particularly busy in the summer months with performances at rodeos and other events. We listen back to a conversation about his work and read some of his poetry.
Ghost Mission: One Imposing Shadow on a Dark NightJoin the enigmatic Ghost and her fearless team as they embark on a spine-chilling mission to confront the malevolent Shadow Monster. Uncover the secrets of the Dark Night legend in this pulse-pounding supernatural thriller.In a world where nightmares and dreams collide, the team must rely on their wits, psychic abilities, and unity to navigate treacherous landscapes and unravel the mysteries of the mind. Will they triumph over the darkness or succumb to the abyss? Dive into a world of paranormal investigations, unearth hidden truths, and journey to the edge of the mind in this supernatural adventure.The Dark Web Vlogs l They Call Me The Ghost
Today we speak with Emily Baisden, Seed Manager at Wild Seed Project. She tells us all about the best native shrubs to grow to benefit birds and pollinators. You can order Wild Seed Project's new booklet, Native Shrubs For Northeast Landscapes by going to https://wildseedproject.net/. Native shrubs mentioned in this episode: Buttonbush; Winterberry; Highbush Blueberry; Bayberry; Sumac; Hazelnut; Spirea; Viburnum; Dogwood; Spicebush; Witch Hazel and Clethra. Join Catherine Greenleaf, a certified wildlife rehabilitator with 20 years of experience rescuing and rehabilitating injured birds, for twice-monthly discussions about restoring native habitat and helping the birds in your backyard. Access the BIRD HUGGER Newsletter here: www.birdhuggerpodcast.com. Send your questions about birds and native gardening to firstname.lastname@example.org. (PG-13) St. Dymphna Press, LLC.
Arati Kumar-Rao is an exceptional National Geographic Explorer, independent environmental photographer, writer, and artist dedicated to documenting the slow violence of ecological degradation. With unwavering passion, she traverses the South Asian subcontinent, embarking on captivating journeys that span seasons and sometimes years. Through her profound storytelling, Arati chronicles the ever-changing landscapes, climate, and their profound impact on livelihoods and biodiversity in South Asia. Arati's profound impact is not confined to her lens or pen; she employs a multidimensional approach, utilising the power of photos, long form narratives, and art to communicate her insights. Recently, she unveiled her debut book, "Marginlands: Indian Landscapes On The Brink," a poignant exploration now available in bookstores across India and on Amazon. Currently, Arati is engaged in a significant undertaking as she explores forced human migration in India, supported by a prestigious National Geographic grant. Her remarkable body of work has garnered recognition and has been featured in esteemed publications such as The National Geographic Magazine, Emergence Magazine, The Hindu, #Dysturb, The Guardian, BBC Outside Source, Hindustan Times, Mint, and other reputable outlets. Additionally, her artistic endeavours have been exhibited both in India and internationally, leaving an indelible mark on the global stage. When not immersed in her assignments, Arati finds solace and inspiration in the Western Ghats and Bangalore, where she cherishes being a loving mother to three rescued cats. *** Don't miss out on the latest episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast, released every Tuesday at 7am UK time! Be sure to hit the subscribe button to stay updated on the incredible journeys and stories of strong women. By supporting the Tough Girl Podcast on Patreon, you can make a difference in increasing the representation of female role models in the media, particularly in the world of adventure and physical challenges. Your contribution helps empower and inspire others. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast to be a part of this important movement. Thank you for your invaluable support! *** Show notes Who is Arati? Being based in Bangalore when not travelling Her role as an environmental chronicler Being a slow journalist or a slow storyteller The types of story she tells Her passion for photography and art The tools she uses to tell the story Working in the corporate world and making the decision to leave her job (2013) and start telling environmental stories Her early years growing up and spending time in nature Being inspired by the National Geographic Magazine Wanting to tell stories of the land by walking Making the transition from the corporate world to following her passion for storytelling The practical steps involved 2 pivotal moments in her life Studying for a Masters in Physical and working in a lab and deciding it wasn't the right job for her Having to choose between the Arts and the Sciences Moving back to India and working with Intel doing Market Research Falling ill with Typhoid in her 30s and starting to reflect on her life and thinking about what she really wanted to do Needing to make new connections and build new networks Slowly starting to find her way and the power of social media to publish stories Slow story telling verses the speed of the internet Needing to upskill in photography, writing and art Taking out personal loads and writing for grants Getting the grant from National Geographic to study forced Human Migration across India due to environmental degradation Doing a transect walk from the most easterly point of India to the most Westerly point. Planning and starting a story - what that looks like Following the threads and seeing where it leads Knowing when you are on the right path? Not finding any path to be wrong - there is always something to learn Taking a pause to reflect on the information that's been gathered Dealing with dead ends and moving on Her first time in Bangladesh New book: Marginlands: Indian Landscapes on the Brink The speed and impact of climate change Why it's important to listen to the local geography's Sounds in storytelling - Soundscapes Recording a sound signature throughout the journey Paul Salopek's - Out of Eden Walk Art as part of the storytelling Wanting to train herself to pay attention to detail How to connect with Arati on the social media platforms Final words of advice for other women to follow their passions Why it's important for women to speak up The stories that are in your backyard “Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” ~ Mary Oliver. Social Media Website: www.aratikumarrao.com Instagram: @aratikumarrao Twitter: @aratikumarrao Facebook: @aratikumarrao Book: Marginlands: Indian Landscapes on the Brink
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Greg Litzinger (Bowhunting Fiend) discuss technical hunting strategies around mobile hunting and mature bucks. Greg and Jon discuss their upbringings as it pertains to hunting and what foundational elements framed their hunting skills. Greg discusses the concept of buck bedding and how this shapes his hunting tactics. Greg explains the clues that get him closest to mature bucks. Greg provides the details on where mature deer live and describes the locations that hold mature bucks. Greg discusses the importance of cameras, and how often he checks cameras. Greg explains how he deciphers a mature buck from a younger deer, and a simple tactic that will ensure you have better success. Greg explains hunting directly over buck beds and what locations he has had the most luck in locating deer. Greg explains why he is aggressive and what success he has had in hunting over bedding areas. Greg provides specific information on how mature deer enter bedding areas and how close he can be to an exact bed. Greg explains the gear utilizes and his evolution in equipment over the years. Greg's goal is to be as light as possible and why he prefers saddle hunting nowadays. Jon explains what gear he is using and his mobile setup. Greg explains his secret to getting close to deer and why he is not using mapping software as much anymore. Greg provides specifics on the deer he is going after, how he is hunting the deer and what intel he has used to make decisions to locate good intercept spots. Greg explains the analysis of winds and thermal currents and how he is using this data to decipher when to hunt. Greg explains his routine of hunting and how he approaches a hunting location to get info on deer and other hunters. Greg walks down each aspect of how he is going after a mature buck and how he is considerate of too much hunting. Social Links https://www.instagram.com/bowhunting_fiend/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-RMHGxtq-0 https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John Massie John Massie is an accomplished IT leader with over 20 years of experience. Currently serving as IT Director at Journey Group, he previously held director roles overseeing operations for companies in multiple industries. An expert in infrastructure, security and process improvement, John has implemented solutions to assess needs, increase efficiency and optimize service...
The agents return to New York City, desperate to find the Hotel Broadalbin. If they do a certain job for Mr. Wilde, they may find a path to the elusive hotel, but some of the agents have their own errands to run. As they make preparations, they confront ghosts from their past and STATIC agents are close behind. Can they reach the Broadalbin before they're consumed by the encroaching darkness? Don't forget to back The Night Clerk zine! We're almost to our second stretch goal, adding a new conversion guide free to all backers! Maddy as Ryan West, paramedic Thad as Marley Madelyn, FBI agent Fae as Yersinia Riszek, cryptographer Rob Stith as Jørgen Nygård, undercover agent Ross as the Handler
With one last coffee shop meeting between them, the agents of O-Cell separate, stepping back into the discomfort real life brings. What awaits them in the future is anyone's guess.
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Steve Sherk (Sherk's Guide Service) discuss technical hunting strategies in the big woods. Jon discusses his 2024 habitat day and information that will be released soon. Steve and Jon talk about their recent in woods scouting event/class and what was learned for the day in the big woods of Pennsylvania. Steve talks about changes he is making this year to kill a mature buck on public land. Steve explains his use of cellular cameras, and how he breaks down terrain features that mature bucks prefer and how to approach deer in these areas. Steve explains when wind matters and how dropping temperatures can impact scent dispersion and help or hurt his chances. Steve discusses food sources in the big woods and what drives deer movement. Steve explains how he accesses a hunting area where deer exist. Steve details the ins and outs of hunting an area and what type of treestand he uses to hunt these areas. Jon discusses his perspective on mapping bucks and wind consideration and social hierarchy that influences movement. Steve discusses having a plan B to hunt other deer and why burning out a spot can be easily done just after a few hunts. Steve explains low pressure hunting tactics that will lead to more success. Steve explains when he will hunt mornings and why sometimes mornings do work. Jon provides examples of what not to do when it comes to hunting deer in the mornings. Steve discusses his gear and what he uses afield. Steve discusses how to draw deer to areas and when he chooses to use a grunt tube. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Social Links Sherk's Guide Service – Guided Deer Hunts (sherksguideservice.com) Sherk's Guide Service - Home | Facebook Steve Sherk Jr. (@sherksguideservice) • Instagram photos and videos https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) discuss considerations and best ways to set up a hunting property. Perry discusses the drought that he has been experiencing on the Drury Farms and the approaches they are using to grow productive food plots. Perry explains the primary elements, and what many miss out when they purchase a property. Perry explains the methods on how he evaluates each element of the farms he works and hunts on and dials in his equation from putting in food plots to specific hunting locations. Jon discusses herd size and the importance of managing deer and calculating deer numbers. Perry discusses the steps to take when laying out a property and the options of having various food sources. Jon discusses the importance of natural capital and building food reserves, carrying capacity. Jon discusses the importance of assessing food quality and quantity. Perry discusses the items in the farm design that are the icing on the cake as it pertains to layout and access. Perry discusses the importance of creek beds for access. Perry explains the top end Drury properties and what features make these properties function correctly. Perry details wind, food, herd ratio, timber and cover components that make the Drury farms compete in the neighborhood. Perry explains the importance of smart intrusion and setting up properties at the right time to limit human disturbance on deer. Perry explains the tricks and tactics to taking trail camera data and what tools he uses to access cameras. Perry explains mistakes that he has experienced over the years and what a landowner should do for hunting access and how to manage location trails to treestands. Social Links https://www.instagram.com/perrybattin_druryoutdoors/?hl=en https://www.druryoutdoors.com/ https://www.plantbiologic.com/ https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en DruryOutdoors - YouTube DeerCast | Get Ahead of Your Game Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices