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Amid threats against law enforcement, Attorney General Merrick Garland says he'll ask a judge to show the nation what the FBI was pursuing at Mar-a-Lago. The CDC offers looser guidelines on COVID, which it says will remain in our lives for the foreseeable future. And a potential National Park designation prompts arguments among neighbors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is the difference between growing and scaling a business, and why does it matter?Our guest, Sarah Dusek, is intimately familiar with scaling a startup. In 2009, Sarah Co-Founded Under Canvas, a premier Glamping Company with Glamping resorts outside of National Parks across the US & Canada. The business was sold in 2017 for over $100 million, providing the opportunity for Sarah to launch a purpose driven fund.Today Sarah is the Co-Founder and Managing General Partner of Enygma Ventures, a venture capital fund that focuses on female entrepreneurs in Southern Africa. She also offers online courses for early-stage entrepreneurs, and to date 5,000 entrepreneurs have completed the programs, becoming investor-ready and learning how to build valuable companies.Sarah has an LLB Law degree from Exeter University, UK, and an MA from University of Manchester in Missiology. She divides her time between the US and South Africa with her husband and two children.To learn more about Enygma Ventures, please visit: https://www.enygmaventures.com/Follow and connect with Sarah and Enygma via these social platforms:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahhdusek/ and https://www.linkedin.com/company/enygmaventures/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnygmaVenturesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/enygmaventures/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/enygmaventuresfundThank you for carving out time to improve your Founder Game - when you do better, your business will do better - cheers!Ande ♥https://andelyons.com#bestpodcastforstartups #howtoscaleastartup #venturecapital Psst: If you're thinking “Wow – that Andelicious Advice really helped me,” please feel free to buy me a cup of coffee – a breve cappuccino will make my heart and mind sing with joy and keep me powered to serve more founders – thank you! ♥https://www.buymeacoffee.com/andelyonsCONNECT WITH ME ONLINE: https://andelyons.com https://twitter.com/AndeLyonshttps://www.facebook.com/StartupLifew... https://www.linkedin.com/in/andelyons/ https://www.instagram.com/ande_lyons/ https://www.pinterest.com/andelyons/ https://angel.co/andelyons TikTok: @andelyonsANDELICIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTSArlan's Academy: https://arlansacademy.com/Scroobious - use Ande15 discount code: https://www.scroobious.com/Founder University: https://course.founder.universityhttps://bit.ly/AAElizabethYinTune in to Mia Voss' Shit We Don't Talk About podcast here: https://shitwedonttalkaboutpodcast.com/ANDELICIOUS RESOURCES:JOIN STARTUP LIFE LIVE MEETUP GROUPGet an alert whenever I post a new show!https://bit.ly/StartupLifeLIVEAGORAPULSEMy favorite digital marketing dashboard is AGORAPULSE – it's the best platform to manage your social media posts and presence! Learn more here: http://www.agorapulse.com?via=ande17STARTUP DOX Do you need attorney reviewed legal documents for your startup? I'm a proud community partner of Startup Dox, a new service provided by Selvarajah Law PC which helps you draw out all the essential paperwork needed to kickstart your business in a super cost-effective way. All the legal you're looking for… only without confusion or frustration. EVERY filing and document comes with an attorney review. You will never do it alone. Visit https://www.thestartupdox.com/ and use my discount code ANDE10 to receive 10% off your order.SPONSORSHIPIf you resonate with the show's mission of amplifying diverse founder voices while serving first-time founders around the world, please reach out to me to learn more about making an impact through sponsoring the Startup Life LIVE Show! email@example.com.STREAMYARD OVERLAYS AND GRAPHIC DESIGNNicky Pasquierhttps://www.virtuosoassistant.co.uk/
In this episode, Aaron and I are joined by Karolina Norée (@karonlinanoreewild) , a Swedish wildlife photographer living in South Africa near Kruger National Park. Karolina explains what's involved in running a business with your significant other. We also talk about what to expect on a trip to Kruger National park. What kind of lenses should you bring, what kind of animals can you expect to see? We also talk about having family and friends who support your photography journey and what it must feel like for those who don't have that support. Again we revisit a bit of imposter syndrome and keep chipping away at how to mitigate it. Among tons of other things we also talk about what went into creating an e-book and how photographers can add e-books to their list of products for sale.You can listen to Karolina's podcast here: Wildest Kruger Stories (Spotify)Wildest Kruger Stories (Apple Podcasts)You can download her E-Book here:Wildlife Photographer E-Book - Guide For BeginnersMake a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from our podcast episodes! Donations help with the fees related to hosting the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photography@thephotographermindsetSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Do you want to change the world?Insight Out reveals transformational insights that can change your life and the world!Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Show Notes:0:47 - South Florida 0:50 - Berea, Kentucky0:53 - Appalachian Mountains2:47, 2:58, 3:19, 4:25 and 4:35 - T-shirt quilts4:42 - Bernina 4:47, 4:58, 5:15 and 5:24 - QuiltCon 5:38 - Longarm League 5:57 - Longarm Quilting World Facebook group 6:14 - Bernina longarm quilting Facebook group 6:19 - Q-Matic longarm quilting Facebook group 6:32 - Krista Schneider of Krista Stitched (@kristastitched)6:38 - Young and Millenial Quilters Facebook group 7:07 - Bernina longarm quilting Facebook group 8:13 - Bernina 8:27 - Q-Matic 8:40 - Bernina 10:07 and 10:43 - Quilt police 10:23 - Burn Book 13:06 - QC (quality control)14:07 - Soak flatter spray 16:02 - Unrolling the quilt off the frame16:17 - Leaders on longarm machine16:56 and 16:58 - T-shirt quilts17:02 - Berea, Kentucky17:11 - Charm square 17:20 and 17:55 - T-shirt quilt18:34 - Michelle's IG post on teaching 4th graders18:42 - Lexington, Kentucky 19:06 - Applique 19:07 - Hand quilting 19:08 - Machine quilting 20:33 - Florida23:07 - EQ824:48 - Lessons in Chemistry podcast25:08 - Flute25:09 - Piccolo25:14 - Lacroix, Lime flavor25:26 - Drunkard's Path25:46 and 25:50 - Jen Hewett25:59 - Fabric Bubb26:00 - Kristina Green of Fabric Bubb26:11 - Baptist Diamonds26:42 - Frankenbatting26:57 - Instagram Quilt Swap28:16 - Bernina28:44 - Aurifil Thread 30:21 - Unrolling the quilt off the frame30:53 - Krista Schneider of Krista Stitched (@kristastitched)31:02 - QuiltCon 31:22 - Longarm League 31:38 - Jen Hewett31:45 - Latifah Saafir31:50 - QuiltCon 31:57 - Corinne Sovey 32:29 - Drunkard's Path32:56 - National Parks and Monument Junior Ranger badges33:04 - High Everglades National Park33:11 - Ford at St. Augustine in Florida33:19 - Florida33:22 - St. Augustine 33:34 - Contra34:13 and 34:49 - Mary of Mary Go Round Quilts (@marygoroundquilts - Listen to episode 25 to learn more about her)34:36 and 35:03 - Christina of Such A Pretty Fabric (@suchaprettyfabric)35:10 - Orlando of Quiltysaurs (@quiltysaurus)35:33 - Longarm League35:34 - BerninaFollow Michelle:Instagram - @quilts_madewithlovehttps://quiltsmadewithlove.com/Follow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko
Whether you prefer hiking through forests, deserts, or to the top of mountains, this list covers them all. It wasn't easy narrowing the list to just ten, but these are the hikes we find ourselves doing over-and-over again when we visit the national parks. And as a bonus, we offer alternatives to each of these trails in case you're looking for easier options or just want more hiking suggestions near these great hikes. Check out our fun and inspiring apparel at Dirtlander.com Subscribe to The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and if you've enjoyed our show, please leave us a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. Five-star ratings help other listeners find our show. Follow us on Instagram at @mattandkarensmith, on Twitter at @mattandkaren, on Facebook at dearbobands, or check out our blog at www.mattandkaren.com. To advertise on The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In part two of the story of Dian Fossey we discuss Dian's murder, who could be responsible and who paid the ultimate price during the messy, questionable and confusing process of uncovering the truth. Lean more about and contribute to the Fossey Fund HERE. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Athletic Greens: Use our link and get a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Away: Use our link and start your 100-day trial. Faherty: Use our link and get 20% when you use code NPAD at checkout. Stride Career Prep: Help your student take charge of their education and their future. Sources Volcanoes National Park Rwanda, Wikipedia , Vanity Fair, National Geographic , YouTube , World Wildlife Fund , Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
On the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park, in an opening in the piney forest, stands a fire lookout built in the 1930s. The Shadow Mountain Lookout is the only lookout remaining in the park. During a recent visit to Rocky Mountain, I followed the 5-mile-long trail to the lookout, where I ran into Barbara and John Varian and discussed both the hike and the lookout with them.
As seen on Good Morning America, Kyana Miner adventures with her family and then helps other families join in by providing all the tips and tricks you need as a parent to follow in the Miner's footsteps. With concise, bulleted lists Kyana (both on Instagram and her website) walks through the ins and outs and their travels with four young kids, explaining their favorite spots, how long the hikes are, what's near by, and so much more. As campers, bikers, skiers, and hikers the Miners sure do know how to adventure! Kyana also talks about the powerful sibling bonds they are forming, the benefits of being barefoot, how to deal with fear as a mother and so much more. The Miners are traveling through many National Parks this month, August 2022!! You can follow along on their adventures over on Instagram @blackadventuremom or on Kyana's website: blackadventuremom.com
Approximately 6% of the Earth's land surface is covered in National Parks – but what does it take to look after these rare and special landscapes? We go beyond the tourist trails to hear about the challenges and opportunities facing the people managing the parks. Presenter Laura Heighton-Ginns meets the president of Gorongosa in Mozambique, a park that's powering the local economy. Gorongosa has become the region's largest employer and operates a number of side businesses to help with its funding. Laura also visits Dartmoor in the South West of England, which has seen government financial support cut by nearly half over the last 10 years. And she finds out about the oldest protected area in the world – and why its future is uncertain. Presenter/producer Laura Heighton-Ginns. Image: Gorongosa National Park. Credit: Gabriela Curtiz / Gorongosa National Park
Did you know that Woodrow Wilson signed the act that created the National Park Service on August 25, 1916 but that Yellowstone became the first National Park with an act signed by Ulysses S Grant on March 1, 1872. The service employees employees around 20,000 and has about 280,000 volunteers and last year had almost 300 million visitors? This week, we're playing PARKS by Henry Audubon, published in 2019 by Keymaster Games. Post your comments to Twitter/Instagram @FirstTurnCast or email us at email@example.com. Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe! Until next week, play more games!
Today we are headed to the mountains of Rwanda for part one of our two-part series on the story of Dian Fossey. Her unorthodox and sometimes volatile “active conservation” methods undoubtedly saved the mountain gorillas, but ultimately may have led to her demise. Her love for the animals and passion for conservation changed the tides for the future of the species – never underestimate the change one person can enact. NPAD trip information and itineraries to South Africa and Madagascar ! We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Apostrophe: Save $15 off your first visit with code NPAD. Factor: Use our link and code NPAD130 to get $130 off across six boxes. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Reel: Use code NPAD for 30% off your first order and free shipping. Sources Volcanoes National Park Rwanda, Wikipedia , Vanity Fair, National Geographic , YouTube , World Wildlife Fund , Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
WiG - Moden der Ernährung; Wie der Krieg auf Naturschutzgebiete und Nationalparks in der Ukraine wirkt; Balkon-Solaranlagen - sind sie ökologisch sinnvoll?; Mobilität im Alter: Was bringt "Bus und Bahn statt Führerschein"?; Affenpocken: Wie sie in neue Bevölkerungsgruppen hineingeraten könnten; Deutschland - Tausende Hitzetote im Juni und Juli; 60 Jahre Auto-Waschanlage - heute alternativlos; Moderation: Franz-Josef Hansel. Von WDR 5.
Climate change is materializing in various ways across the National Park System. Houses have been falling into the Atlantic at Cape Hatteras National Seashore as a result of sea level rise and shifting of the barrier island, wildfires have been raging through Sequoia, Yosemite, and Lassen Volcanic national parks, just to name three units impacted by fire, and flooding has unexpectedly become a major force at Yellowstone National Park. It's been just about two months since catastrophic floods hit the northern portion of Yellowstone, and the recovery efforts are continuing, and will continue for quite a few years in the case of rebuilding the North and Northeast Entrance roads. Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Sholly discusses the latest on the recovery work.
This week, we talk with Kurt Repanshek of National Parks Traveler about the state of National Park Service campgrounds, and his new guidebook that details every one of them for RVers in order to help demystify national park camping. Get the Essential RVing Guide to the National Parks here: https://nationalparkstraveler.myshopify.com/products/essential-rving-guide-to-the-national-parks-2022-edition Our favorite weather app, Storm Radar: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/storm-radar-weather-tracker/id1216396545 Get your RV Miles Merchandise here: https://merch.rvmiles.com Join the RV Miles Mailing List: https://rvmiles.com/mailinglist/ Support our Sponsors: *Visit L.L. Bean to find your next great piece of gear: https://llbean.com *Check out all Blue Ox has to offer at https://BlueOx.com *Everything for your RV, tow vehicle and more at https://etrailer.com/rvmiles Looking for more deals on RV memberships or gear? Check out: https://rvmiles.com/category/deals/ RV Miles YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RVMiles Leave RV Miles a 5-star review on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Let's go shopping! Support RV Miles every time you shop Amazon, no matter what you buy when you start at https://Amazon.com/shop/RVMiles. Join the RV Miles Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rvmiles
Bob Grove sticks around to talk to Max Reed. Max was on a recent atv trail ride with Bob where along the Piute trail a trail was named after him. He tells the story of how that came to be. Bob, Tim, and Russ recap National Park's Day.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's podcast, Lisa and producer Shawn are talking with a new Lucky Star instructor, Monica Grant. Monica is a Creative Process Designer and Facilitator with Ideas To Go (ITG), a leading innovation consulting practice that works with companies across all types of industries. Her day job is her dream job, in which she does project work to help teams clarify their challenges, generate lots of possibilities for how to solve them, and prioritize the ideas they're the most excited about. (She also loves that scribbling on easel charts is a big part of her job.). Monica has been coming to Lucky Star for years, but this is her first year as an instructor. She can't wait to teach Creative Problem Solving & Brainstorming to her fellow campers! Monica lives in Dallas with her husband, their 7-year-old daughter, and a population of cacti. In her free time, she likes to invent new recipes, make checklists, take trips to National Parks, and watch Formula 1. Links: linkedin.com/in/monica-grant-2829302 https://www.ideastogo.com/monica-grant (https://www.ideastogo.com/monica-grant) Lucky Star Classes: Creative Problem Solving & Brainstorming *********************************************************************************** Lucky Star is a women's art and whole living sleepaway camp that takes place each fall in the Texas hill country. This is no art retreat in a hotel conference room…and no, we're not camping in tents… we're actually “glamping” in climate controlled cabins that are built into the hillside overlooking the Guadalupe River, and we're eating gourmet, chef-prepared food in a dining hall like we're at Hogwarts! We're fully immersed in creative workshops like jewelry making, astrology, mixed media collage, apothecary, abstract painting, writing, sewing, yoga, welding, pottery, and we've even had classes on raising alpacas and tomahawk throwing! No dishes, no laundry, no driving kids, and no deadlines or demanding bosses. Just a solid five days to be YOU because we believe in the importance of discovering/reigniting the authentic part of you that makes you feel ALIVE and we know that CREATIVITY can be a powerful catalyst for growth, healing, self-care, connection, and just the spark you need to thrive. When we're not at camp learning, laughing, making, and singing by the campfire, we're a thriving creative community of supportive women known as the Lucky Star Galaxy and we'd love for you to join us! For dates and more information about our upcoming camps, visit our website at https://my.captivate.fm/www.luckystarartcamp.com (www.luckystarartcamp.com). Upcoming Camps— Lucky Star Art Camp - November 2-6, 2022 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/luckystarartcamp/ (@luckystarartcamp) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/luckystarartcamp (@Lucky Star) Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1104922463040763 (Lucky Star Galaxy)
Peter Gibbs and the panel are in Eastbourne for this week's horticultural programme. Matthew Pottage, Christine Walkden and Ashley Edwards answer the questions. On his way, Peter stops by the chalky cliffs of Beachy Head. He speaks with Tim Squire, Ranger for the Eastern Downs of the National Park, who tells him all about the unique chalk grassland of the area. In Eastbourne, the panellists suggest some low-growing plants for a windy, coastal terrace, as well as what we can plant now that the weather is warmer than ever before. They also discuss how to water the garden in drought conditions. Away from the questions Matthew heads over to Sienna Hosta nursery to speak with Chris Potts, who explains how they keep their hostas slug and snail free. Producer: Dominic Tyerman Assistant Producer: Aniya Das A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
In this episode: FAQ is: Should I join a frequent flier program tied in with my airline? Today's Destination is: Denali National Park, Alaska Today's Mistake- Carrying a paper bag down the departure hallway and spilling the starbucks coffee Travel Advice: Jetlag tips FAQ: Should I join a frequent flier program tied in with my airline? Answer: That depends on the cost and if she will get any value back from this. I have been a member of American Airlines since 1982, and in the early days, there were some good perks. Later, United had some very good loyalty programs that I liked. Today, you may need to pay the fee for a basic credit card, somewhere near $75. Annually. So, if that seems reasonable, you may invest in it. Alaska Airlines is affiliated with Bank of America. They offer a companion ticket, but you still need to pay $99 plus the taxes and fees. They have set the bar even higher, because you need to spend a certain amount of money within the first few months of owning the card. So, in essence, you are working for the card, while B of A gets to keep your data and spending information, along with your travel preferences. It may take 6 months to get your credentials. Then you can book a ticket with a companion. Do you want to wait 6 months? When you purchase your tickets, you can only buy them 300 days in advance, and the pricing is not always the best available. So consider all of the factors. Today's destination: Denali National Park, Alaska (formerly Mt McKinley) The park was built in the 1920's and 1930's. If you're going to the park, consider the summer Solstice, hike at midnight. You can sit outside at 2am and it's still not dark. I've been here twice on the Denali tour bus; inside the park they use basic school buses for your choice of tour length. This is my recommendation that you take the longest tour you can take so you see as much of the park as possible on the bus, with multiple stops for rest and photo breaks. Private vehicles belong to the park rangers or wildlife biologists who have a permit in the windshield that allows them in. The campground is at mile 29 in the road and as far as you can drive, to the Savage River. With reservations, you can drive your cars into camp. You need to stay at least three nights, and you can only drive in on the first day and out the last day. I saw some RV's and campers, but mostly park buses. It can be dusty out there in the summer. Today's Mistake- I was a sandy mess I've been buried at the beach by my friends, but what a sandy mess that was. If your friends plan to bury you at the beach, be sure you wrap your body in a towel or something that will protect you from the sand. After getting out of the ocean, I still had sand almost all over my body, especially in my ear and hair. Don't do this. Today's Travel Advice- Jet Lag tips Get on the schedule of where you are going a couple of days early. Need a way to limit your jetlag? How about an app? Here are some suggested ones. Timeshifter. Timeshifter is an app that helps resynchronize your circadian clock with your new time zone through a unique sleep, light and caffeine schedule. ... Jet Lag Rooster. ... Sleep Cycle. ... Uplift https://thepointsguy.com/guide/apps-to-fight-jet-lag/ https://thepointsguy.com/guide/new-jet-lag-cures/ skiplagged fight jet lag stopjetlag jetlag fix jetlag cure Connect with Dr Travelbest Drmarytravelbest.com Dr. Mary Travelbest Twitter Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Page Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Group Dr. Mary Travelbest Instagram email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Mary Travelbest Podcast Dr. Travelbest on TikTok Dr.Travelbest onYouTube
Ben Cosgrove is a traveling essayist, composer-performer whose music explores themes of landscape, place, and environment. He has performed in almost every U.S. state and collaborated with artists ranging from rock bands to string ensembles. Ben joins us on this episode of Big Blend Radio's "Toast To The Arts & Parks" Show to talk about his music and writing, and to share his experience of being the Summer 2022 National Parks Arts Foundation artist-in-residence in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. Music featured on this episode is from his fourth studio album, "The Trouble With Wilderness." Keep up with Ben Cosgrove: https://www.bencosgrove.com/ Learn more about the National Parks Arts Foundation: https://www.nationalparksartsfoundation.org/
The installation of a large solar array at Kejimkujik National Park is helping it significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Information Morning Halifax guest host Bob Murphy spoke with Jennifer Eaton, the volunteer co-ordinator at the park, about the significance of the project.
In this episode, we share the news about Hyperion, the world's largest tree, and the attempts at Redwood National Park to keep people from making the dangerous trek to visit it. Plus, Lake Mede is receding, which is creating some interesting surprises, including possible bodies of mobsters at its depths. All that and more on this edition of our National Parks News Roundup. Today's show was sponsored by L.L.Bean, follow the hashtag #beanoutsider, and visit LLBean.com to find great gear for exploring the National Parks. And by Campendium. Find listings and reviews for thousands of campsites for your next national park adventure at campendium.com. Make sure to follow the America's National Parks Podcast on Facebook and Instagram, and join us on the RV Miles podcast the hear our travel stories as we journey across America.
Today, in celebration of the Great American Outdoors Act, all National Parks have free entry - just watch out for flash floods! Sgt. Spencer Cannon, PIO for the Utah County Sheriff's Office provided insight as to how we can stay safe in the parks.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Alaattin Kilic and Cameron Deggin are talking about the upcoming Istanbul National Park project as part of the Green Regeneration vision, as well as the investment opportunities available around The New Istanbul National Park. (00:00) Introduction (00:18) Istanbul National Park Project (01:33) The investment opportunities available around The New Istanbul National Park (02:15) Sefaköy Area (02:25) Sinpaş Boulevard Project (03:10) Construction work has begun at Ataturk Airport (03:53) Time to invest! (05:34) Istanbul Financial Centre (06:30) A similar is about to happen next to Ataturk Airport!Reach us at:Whatsapp: wa.me/908505325195 |Website: www.propertyturkey.com |Instagram: www.instagram.com/propertyturkeycom |YouTube: www.youtube.com/PropertyTurkeyCom
In this week's Solo Women RV podcast I share my top 5 reasons to visit Yellowstone National Park as a solo traveler and one major drawback of visiting Yellowstone as a solo. I share a bit about my own trip to Yellowstone and why it has become one of my favorite places I've visited in my RV--even though I experienced a breakdown there. Show Notes: GyPSy Guides (my affiliate link) Autio (my affiliate link) Solo Women RV Workshop on Aug 7, 2022 Solo Women RV blog Solo Women RV Facebook Group Roadpreneur: sign up for a discounted rate of just $37 a month by going to https://roadpreneur.com/solowomenrv/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kathy-belge/support
We have some really critical RV Safety Tips we need to pass on to you, along with some helpful travel info dealing with National Parks. We had so much audience feedback this week that all of Episode 407 of the RV Podcast deals with the info we received, along with RV news of the week and your questions.
As part of a larger vacation, we popped over to Hawaii, the big island, and toured Volcanoes National Park. We'll fill you in on the experience and the great tour operator who can help you add some Aloha to your next trip to Hawaii.Deciding How to Visit the VolcanoesHilo, HawaiiWhy We Chose a Private Tour of Volcanoes National ParkMauka Makai Adventures: Josh & Jill Grotkin, 808‑640‑7557Question: Would you rather have a private tour or visit the volcanoes on your own? **Let us know on Facebook and Instagram.**Please share the show with your travel buddies!! Click this link and sharing with with them. Enjoy All Things Hawaii!3: Disney's Aulani Resort31:Best Things to Do in O‘ahu72: Visiting the Big Island of Hawaii75: Best Things to Do in Maui91: Visiting Disney's Aulani Resort120: A Fantastic Way to See Volcanoes National ParkFor Current Promotions and complete show notes, go to Shayne.FUN/att120. Grab your free download: Top Items to Buy Before Your Theme Park Vacation to Save You Money and Stress!Ready to plan your vacation? Ryan and Shayne are both Travel Advisors with Creating Magic Vacations and will make YOU the travel-planning superhero.Contact Ryan at DisneyTravelDad.Com.Contact Shayne at Shayne.fun.Never miss an episode and help us take you to the top with us by subscribing and leaving a 5-Star review on your favorite podcasting app:Apple PodcastsStitcherAmazon MusicSpotifyiHeartRadioGoogle Podcasts
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, August 1, 20224:20 pm: Benji Backer, President of the American Conservative Coalition, joins the show to discuss his piece for the Deseret News asking how much we can blame current weather events on climate change4:38 pm: John Daniel Davidson, a Senior Correspondent with The Federalist, joins the show for a conversation about how the climate policies that are destroying private agriculture in the Netherlands are on their way to the United States6:05 pm: Congressman Chris Stewart joins the show to discuss his recent op-ed piece about how federal land (i.e.: National Parks) should have federally funded search and rescue teams6:20 pm: Daniel Cox, Director of the Survey Center on American Life and a Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute joins the show for a conversation about the results of a survey showing the Democratic Party has become less religious, more diverse and more liberal6:38 pm: Ramona Bessinger, a Teacher at the Providence Public School District in Rhode Island joins Rod to discuss how she blew the whistle on critical race theory in schools and has survived to continue working in her profession
Tasmanien wird im australischen Englisch auch oft nur liebevoll "Tassie" genannt und macht trotz einer Größe von 68.400 km² nur 0,89 % der Gesamtfläche Australiens aus. "Klein aber oho" trifft es daher nicht ganz, denn Tasmanien ist damit immer noch mehr als doppelt so groß wie Belgien! In Tasmanien erwartet dich eine einzigartige Flora und Fauna und über ein Drittel der Insel gehört zu Nationalparks. Tasmien ist daher ideal zum Wandern in der einmaligen Natur und es gibt verschiedenen abenteuerliche Optionen für Mehrtageswanderungen! In dieser Folge erfährst du alles über den Overland Track, die erste Wahl für Mehrtageswanderungen, und den Western Arthurs Travers, einen absoluten Geheimtipp für Wanderfans! In Tasmanien wandern ist ein absoluter Traum für Naturfans! Melina hat es gewagt und sich direkt in ein schwieriges Wanderabenteuer auf dem berüchtigten Western Arthurs Travers gestürtzt. Dieser Track ist ein Mehrtageswanderweg mitten in der Natur ohne Hütten unterwegs und mit reichlich Kletterpartien und schwierigen Stellen. Dafür bist du dort alleine in einer unbeschreiblichen Natur und schlägst dein Zelt an unbeschreiblichen Stellen auf. Wenn du eher auf der Suche nach einer leichteren Mehrtageswanderung bist, dann ist der Overland Track immer noch anspruchsvoll genug. Auch hier bist du mehrere Tage in einmaliger Natur unterwegs, hast aber eine gute Infrastruktur und Versorgung unterwegs. Melina ist beide Tracks gewandert und berichtet in dieser Folge von ihren Erlebnissen! Außerdem erfährst du welche Permits du brauchst, welche Ausrüstung wichtig ist, wie du die Wanderungen am besten planst und auf welche Tiere du dich unterwegs freuen kannst! Hier erfährst du alles über Mehrtageswanderungen auf dem Overland Track und dem Western Arthurs Travers: [06:27] Was dich auf dem Western Arthurs Travers erwartet [17:50] Dauer, Höhenmeter, Länge und wie schwer der Trail wirklich ist [23:57] Die schwierigsten Stellen und wie du sie mit Rucksack überwindest [27:40] Woher du Wasser bekommst und wie du Reisepartner findest [32:40] Welche Permits du brauchst und wo du dich registrieren musst [34:20] Der Overland-Track: Kosten, Wege und Infrastruktur [39:47] Auf welche Tiere du dich auf den Tracks freuen darfst [43:40] SOS GPS Gerät: Notwendig oder nicht? [47:17] Planung, Transport und Kosten [54:30] Working Holiday: Traubenernte auf einem Weingut [57:10] Das Wetter in Tasmanien und die beste Reisezeit Werbung: Mietwagen-Check.de: Sicher dir 15 € auf Mietwagen-Check.de mit dem Code OTP15 Shownotes: Für mehr Inspirationen zu Melinas Reisen schau doch einmal auf ihrem Blog www.bergzumeer.de vor bei! Beeindruckende Fotografien findest du dort oder aber auch auf Melinas Instagram unter @mellyike! Buchtipp von Melina: Wanderlust: Unterwegs auf legendären Wegen Außerdem hilfreich: Der Neue Lonely Planet Tasmanien! Erwähnte Produkte: Garmin In Reach Mini LifeStraw Go2 Wasserflasche Werde außerdem Mitglied in unserem Reiseclub bei Patreon! Unterstütze uns monatlich mit einem kleinen Beitrag und erhalte so exklusive Inhalte zu jeder Folge und höre zudem ohne Werbung. Bitte hinterlasse eine Rezension des Off The Path Podcasts auf Spotify oder iTunes. Bewertungen auf iTunes oder Spotify sind super hilfreich für das Ranking der Show und sind für uns die beste Bezahlung für die ganze Arbeit, die in die Show investiert wird.
Its not easy to NOT make that rash decision to go out and blow your hard earned back pay, and future pay supplements, on that new "overland rig", 6 bottles of high grade bourbon, a new rifle, optic, and god knows whatever vice you have...And yea... Before you ask, I know its hard... 'Cause I've been there - And also, this pay supplement may not be permanent...So, if you didn't blow all of your money already, listen in to this episode - It may save your ass (from a financial standpoint) in the future. John and I talk about a wide variety of subjects in this episode including: TSP, 401k's, investments, the long game of being able to retire, emergency funds, and much more...John is a financial advisor who served in the United States Military. He is also an avid rugby player, former medic, and D1 rugby trainer. John specializes in working with first responders and veterans. Being a service member himself, he knows that it is a grossly unserviced sector of society, and he's made it a personal mission to help those who have chosen to help others.To find out more about John, or to contact him about financial advice - Check out the following links:LinkedIn: John CullenInstagram: "Johnny Utah"Email: John.email@example.comHope this episode helps guide you in the right direction - And don't decide to "YOLO" your life savings on GME, SPY, or Crypto!!!You know the drill...Stay safe, stay savage...Enjoy!..........................Updates!We launched a Patreon!!! If you guys would like to support us, head over to our Patreon Page!https://www.patreon.com/theanchorpointpodcast..........................Sponsors:The Anchor Point Podcast is supported by the following wonderful folks...Mystery RanchNeed badass packs? Then look no further than Mystery Ranch!https://www.mysteryranch.comHotshot BreweryWanna pick up our Anchor Point Podcast merch or need killer coffee? Hit up Hotshot Brewery!!!https://www.hotshotbrewing.comNot sponsors of The Anchor Point Podcast, but great organizations:The Wildland Firefighter FoundationAnd, as always, please consider supporting this great nonprofit organization - The Wildland Firefighter Foundation!https://wffoundation.orgThe Smokey GenerationWanna get some history and knowledge on Wildland Fire? Hit up The Smokey Generation!http://wildfire-experience.org
In this episode, Natalia, Neil, and Niki discuss the history of U.S. national parks. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show: Yellowstone National Park turned 150 years old this year. Natalia recommended historian Rachel Louise Moran's book Governing Bodies; American Politics and the Shaping of the Modern Physique. Niki cited historian Sarah Phillips' book This Land, This Nation: Conservation, Rural America, and The New Deal and this Atlantic essay by David Treuer. Neil discussed this Smithsonian magazine article. Natalia recommended historian Megan Kate Nelson's book Saving Yellowstone: Exploration and Preservation in Reconstruction America, and Neil talked about the exclusionary policies in national parks outlined in this USA Today article. In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: Natalia shared her latest column for Observer, “Coss Marte's CONBODY Combined Fitness and Social Justice. Now He is Adding Legal Cannabis.” Neil discussed the Netflix series Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey and his 2008 Slate essay, “Short Creek's Long Legacy.” Niki recommended Katherine Rosman's New York Times article, “That Voice You're Hearing? It Might Be Hers.”
Making vacation plans? No matter what the season, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, spanning 43 miles of some of the Lake's most dramatic shoreline, has plenty to satisfy every adventure appetite, from a boat cruise out of Munising along the cliffs, to a rugged multi-day hike beginning at the Sand Dunes in Grand Marais. In this episode of the Lake Superior Podcast, Chief of Interpretation and Education, Susan Reece, shares with Walt Lindala and Frida Waara some planning tips to make the most of your visit. Sponsored by Cafe Imports, a Minneapolis-based importer of fine, specialty green coffees. Independently owned and operated since 1993, Cafe Imports has been dedicated to decreasing its impact on the earth through renewable energy, carbon neutrality, and by supporting conservational efforts in places where quality coffee is grown and also, where quality coffee is consumed. Where does your coffee come from?Also sponsored by Über Creative Agency. A boutique marketing and website development agency based in Minneapolis, MN, and servicing clients across the United States. We don't just provide a service, we deliver value.
Episode 216 - Recently Yellowstone Park suffered devastating floods. We sat down with Jenny Pelej of Visit Montana to discuss the encourage news with the park's reopening. We also discussed opportunities for tourists that currently exist because on the smaller than normal crowds See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's stories include misleading boy scouts, guiding hands, clap backs, near death experiences and cautionary tales. All tales shared with consent. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from wherever you're listening to NPAD! Become part of our Outsider family on Patreon to gain access to ad-free episode, bonus content and more. Follow our socials Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter. To share a Trail Tale, suggest a story, access merch and browse our book recommendations - head over to our website. Thank you so much to our partners, check them out! Modern Fertility: Use our link and get $20 off your fertility test. Hello Fresh: Use code NPAD16 for 16 free meals across 7 boxes and 3 free gifts. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month of online therapy by using our link. Microdose: Use code NPAD to get free shipping and 30% off your first order.
Join me as we visit the National Parks of the United States and meet Jarod Cole, A security guard whose search for a missing family uncovers something he would never dream possible.Written and Performed by Christopher FeinsteinMusic by Kevin MacleodTwitter- @Haunted_A_HInstagram- haunted_american_historyemail- firstname.lastname@example.orgPatreon- https://www.patreon.com/hauntedamericanhistoryGhost Processional (digitally processed) by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3803-ghost-processional-digitally-processed-License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Nervous by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4118-nervousLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseLightless Dawn by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3982-lightless-dawnLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Black Vortex by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3442-black-vortexLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseNightmare Machine by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4133-nightmare-machineLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Am Nationalfeiertag zeigt SRF DOK das grosse Finale von «Rendez-vous im Park». Das Moderations-Trio Bigna Silberschmidt (SRF), Alain Orange (RTS) und Christian Bernasconi (RSI) taucht in die Landschaften und die Tierwelt des Schweizerischen Nationalparks ein, dem ältesten Schutzgebiet der Schweiz. Der Schweizerische Nationalpark hat in Europa eine Vorreiterrolle in Sachen Naturschutz. 1914 gegründet, ist er nicht nur der älteste Nationalpark in den Alpen, sondern auch der einzige Park, in dem das gesamte Gebiet unter Naturschutz steht – und das seit über 100 Jahren. Darum ist er ein spannendes Forschungslabor für die Wissenschaft. Natur und Biodiversität können sich hier frei entwickeln. Bigna Silberschmidt geht den Spuren der visionären Gründerväter des Nationalparks nach und zeigt auf, weshalb es heute so schwierig ist, einen weiteren Nationalpark in der Schweiz zu gründen. Mit einem Parkwächter macht sie sich auf die Suche nach zahlreichen Tieren wie Murmeltieren oder Hirschen, die im Park von Auge oder mit Hilfe des Feldstechers zu sehen sind – und erfährt Geschichten von der seltenen Sichtung von Wolf und Bär. Alain Orange setzt sich mit verschiedenen Umwelthemen auseinander, denn auch das streng geschützte Gebiet des Schweizerischen Nationalparks bleibt von Gewässerverschmutzungen und Strassenlärm nicht verschont. Und Christian Bernasconi zeigt uns sein biologisches Spezialgebiet: die Waldameisen. Er begegnet Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern, die Langzeitforschung betreiben. Sie zeigen, wie diese Forschung hilft, den Klimawandel zu verstehen. Und er trifft sich mit dem Medienverantwortlichen vom Park zum Fototermin der besonderen Art. Das Moderations-Trio entdeckt zudem Wildtiere, die in der Schweiz einst ausgestorben waren, und die übers letzte Jahrhundert entweder von alleine zurückgewandert oder erfolgreich wiederangesiedelt werden konnten. Wie beispielsweise die Bartgeier oder Steinböcke, die sich hier im geschützten Nationalpark frei entwickeln können. Und die drei offenbaren ihren ganz persönlichen Zugang zum Park. Im grössten und ältesten Schutzgebiet der Schweiz, schliesst das Trio die Entdeckung der fünf von 20 Schweizer Naturpärken ab.
South Africa's Kruger National Park is home to the 'Big Five'. Over 1.9million hectares of gaming reserve, you'll also see the world's most trafficked animal, the pangolin. Here's why it is so iconic.
Listen to us talk about small electric vehicles, getting pulled over, cerebral palsy, getting distracted by a cat, Stray, jobs, Taco Bell, off-brand soda, mixed drinks, Criss Angel, gambling, buffets, and a National Park Service quiz. Starring Jesse Bich, David Parker, Landon Browning, and Mick Parker. Recorded July 23rd, 2022.
Ben Turner is a real-life man of the mountains. Since starting his outdoor career as a Physical Training Instructor in the Army, Ben's been passionate about physical fitness and exploring the world's extreme mountain environments.As well as winning international military competitions, he has led mountaineering expeditions in remote and dangerous places including South Africa and the Himalayas. Ben has also completed a series of impressive endurance challenges including a 3373-kilometer solo bikepacking trip around Iceland and 16 marathons in 16 days in all 16 National Parks in the UK. During his travels, he developed a keen interest in exploring the limits of what the human body can do. The most important lesson Ben learned is that exercise should be a celebration of what the body can do, and he set out to learn how to adapt the body to not only become adventure-ready and expedition fit but fit for life.Now a Level 4 Personal Trainer and MNU Certified Evidence-Based Nutritionist, Ben is on a mission to change the way fitness and nutrition are taught. We dig into the juicy deets and how you can transform your own fitness, prepare for adventure and get fit for life, just by starting from where you are.Be prepared to be inspired to up your game!
If you're interested in volcanoes, you need not go further than our national parks to get your fill. Eighty-four units of the National Park System have volcanic resources. These parks run the gamut of having very active volcanic features to those where volcanoes formed the landscape and contribute to the geodiversity of the park. The most active volcano in our park system is Kīlauea in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii. It's also one of the most monitored and researched volcanoes anywhere. This week the Traveler's Lynn Riddick talks to Professor Leif Karlstrom, whose recent research of Kilauea might be music to your ears.
In Episode 149, Greg and Pam discuss finding yarn shops while traveling, dungeons and dragons adventures, and national parks. Many thanks to CarolinaSpinner Ashley for the episode introduction! Ashley is closing her shop but still has some of her great project bags available! We would love to have YOU record and introduction to the show! You can find details in the Ravelry Group Pages or on our website here. Check out our group on Facebook! We would love to have you join us there. SPONSORS We are Knitcrate Ambassadors! Are you the kind of knitter who would enjoy receiving a surprise package of yarn in the mail every month? Then you need to sign up for a Knitcrate subscription. Every month, you will receive a selection of curated yarn, a pattern specifically paired to use with the yarn, and a treat. Use code KD20 at checkout for a bonus when you sign up for a subscription. NOTES Note on Ravelry Links Note that many of the links in our show notes refer to pages on Ravelry.com. If visiting Ravelry causes you harm, please be cautious clicking links. If you are interested in a link that is inaccessible to you, you can email info at unravelingpodcast dot com and Greg and/or Pam will happily send you the information Patreon You can now financially support Unraveling…a knitting podcast on Patreon! Monthly membership levels are available at Swatch ($1), Shawl ($3), and Sweater ($6) and come with rewards like early access to book club episodes, access to a quarterly Zoom call, discounts on all Knitting Daddy patterns, and holiday cards. Nothing about the existing podcast is changing—we will continue to deliver regular and book club episodes like we have been doing for years—everything available via Patreon is extra. Financial support through Patreon helps us cover expenses like web hosting, prize shipping, and equipment upgrades. Greg's Projects Greg continues working on socks for himself. He is using yarn from Two Guys Yarn Company. It will incorporate the Non-Euclidian heel by Sarah Jordan and The Discretion Cuff by Gene Beenken-Draper. Greg is working on the Choose Greg's Adventure 2022 Mystery Shawl. We are almost done! Just the final edge border to go; a pattern update should be available in a week or so. Greg is using Beach Bunny Yarns World Traveler yarn for the shawl. Pam's Projects Pam worked on a pair of socks for Scott using Paton's Kroy. She is loosely following the Vanilla Latte pattern by Virginia Rose-Jeanes with a Fish Lips Kiss Heel by Patty-Joy White. Pam used a Turkish cast on. Pam finished her Reyna Shawl by Noora Backlund. She is using yarn from PassionKNITS Yarn. She used this tutorial to finish with a picot bind-off. Pam finished the cowl test knit for Carolina FiberFest. It is based on the Euphoric Shawl by HandmadebyZan. She is using La Jolla by Baah Yarn. The pattern will be available late summer/early fall! Pam worked on Loveland Lite by Toni Lipsey. She is using Studio Sox from The Fibre Studio at Yarns to Dye For. Pam worked on Polarlys by Martina Behm. She is using Merino Lace (discontinued) by Palouse Yarn Co. Pam made a small pouch for her yarn scale. She made up the pattern and wrote it on her project page. She used a sample from Miss Babs in the color Bewitching. Pam mentioned the Wisp Pattern from Knitty. Book Review: Knitting the National Parks Pam and Greg reviewed Knitting the National Parks by Nancy Bates. It was provided by the publisher Weldon Owen. The book is scheduled for release on August 30, 2022, but you can pre-order it now so that it will show up as soon as it's available. Book Club We are in between books now but stay tuned for the next book club selection! Miscellaneous Greg mentioned Huey's On The River restaurant in Savannah, GA. Greg mentioned the Crits & Knits stream/podcast. He is currently their featured designer and sometime in the next few months will probably join the party for an adventure. Greg taught himself the Ladderback Jacquard technique using Ysolda's tutorial. We talked about the National Parks Passport program. Greg got an enamel pin that is a Danis Biscuits tin that opens up to reveal the contents of a sewing kit. It's available from NAUTIKALMILES. Pam mentioned a 3 ingredient, no churn ice cream recipe. Pam also mentioned Momofuku Soy & Scallion Ramen. Greg buys Samyang Buldak rame in bulk from Amazon. We discussed the Yarn Shop finder and Road Trip Planner on Ravelry. Affiliate Link Disclousure This post contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on a link to Cooperative Press, Amazon, or Knitcrate and subsequently make a purchase, we'll receive a small commission from the sale. You pay the same, and the commissions will help cover our podcasting expenses. Our opinions are always our own. 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National Monuments are some of our nation's most controversial lands. On April 26, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order to review twenty-seven national monuments, calling them “superstitious land grabs” and “an abusive use of the Antiquities Act,” suggesting he might reduce or abolish them completely. He went on to issue proclamations that reduced two national monuments, Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears, and shortly thereafter, President Biden reinstated the former boundaries of both monuments when coming to office, I'm Jason Epperson, and today on America's National Parks, we talk with McKenzie Long, whose book This Contested Land: The Storied Past and Uncertain Future of America's National Monuments, shares her visits to thirteen national monuments established within the last twenty-five years. Today's show was sponsored by L.L.Bean, follow the hashtag #beanoutsider, and visit LLBean.com to find great gear for exploring the National Parks. And by Campendium. Find listings and reviews for thousands of campsites for your next national park adventure at campendium.com. Make sure to follow the America's National Parks Podcast on Facebook and Instagram, and join us on the RV Miles podcast the hear our travel stories as we journey across America.
In our Mailbag! episodes, we answer questions from listeners about the national parks, ranger-led tours, road trips, camping, backpacking, gear, relationships, and pretty much whatever anyone wants to ask us. In this episode, we cover these topics: · Some of our favorite hikes in Big Bend National Park · Our thoughts on which parks are good for pre-teens · Budget-friendly suggestions for visiting the parks · How we plan for a road trip Link to a government site that displays wildfire and air quality info · Which apps we use to store and remember information about hiking trails Link to AllTrails, which we use to research specific trails and read recent trail reports Link to GAIA GPS, which we use to navigate and record our hikes · How to keep your lunch cold while hiking Link to insulated lunch bags we use to keep our lunch items cool while we hike · And more! Also! Please check out our online merch store Dirtlander.com. Here you'll find fun and inspiring shirts and merchandise. Subscribe to The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and if you've enjoyed our show, please leave us a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. Five-star ratings help other listeners find our show. Follow us on Instagram at @mattandkarensmith, on Twitter at @mattandkaren, on Facebook at dearbobands, or check out our blog at www.mattandkaren.com. To advertise on The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast, email us at email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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