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We had the pleasure of interviewing The National Parks over Zoom video! Folk-influenced male/female indie pop band The National Parks has released the official music video for their latest single, “Live Til We Die,” off their recently released album, A Mix For The End Of The World – Part 1. The fun and colorful visual, directed by Cameron Gade with cinematographer Spencer Goff, sees the Provo, UT-based quartet take a step back in time to a 1980s-style late night talk show. On the heels of the album's release earlier this month, The National Parks successfully launched their very own curated festival experience, Superbloom Music Festival, on Saturday, October 9th . The first-ever event took place under the stars near Zion National Park at Sand Hollow Resort in Southern Utah in front of a soldout crowd of nearly 2,000. Created by the band as a celebration of life and music set amid a beautiful location, Superbloom featured performances from Yoke Lore, Joseph, Joshua James, Ellee Duke, Brother. and Arbour Season before The National Parks closed out the day-long extravaganza. A Mix For The End Of The World – Part 1, released October 8th, marks the first half of the independent band's two-part digital-only project, which will see Part 2 released in early 2022. The 8-track collection, recorded at June Audio and produced and mixed by their longtime collaborator Scott Wiley, also features the singles “Headlights,” “Summer Bird” and “UFO,” the latter of which was recently featured on Ones To Watch's Now Playing playlist. A Mix For The End Of The World follows The National Parks' critically acclaimed 2020 album Wildflower and continues to showcase the band's sonic evolution and lead vocalist/guitarist Brady Parks' deep and heartfelt songwriting. Since emerging in 2013 with their introductory album Young, The National Parks — Brady Parks [guitar, vocals], Sydney Macfarlane [keys, vocals], Cam Brannelly [drums] and Megan Parks [violin] — have quietly grown into an independent phenomenon with roots embedded in blissful pop, cinematic electronics, organic orchestration, and rock energy. The four-piece has racked up over 150 million total streams, sold out headlining shows across the country, toured with Andy Grammer, Peter Bjorn and John and WILD, and performed at KAABOO Del Mar, SXSW and CMJ. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheNationalParks #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
Sam sits down with Ojibwe author and historian David Treuer, author of the piece "Return the National Parks to the Tribes" in The Atlantic. Then, Emma sits down with James North, reporter at The Nation, to discuss his work covering Steven Donzinger. Purchase tickets for the live show in Boston on January 16th HERE! https://thewilbur.com/artist/majority-report/ Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: firstname.lastname@example.org) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Check out today's sponsors: sunsetlakecbd: Sunset Lake CBD & Majority Report are teaming up to turn America's most consumerist holiday into a fundraising opportunity for a great organization. Here's how it works: Visit SunsetLakeCBD.com starting November 22nd and all CBD Products will be between 30-60% OFF! Orders over $100 will receive a free jar of delicious CBD gummies - A $40 value, for free! NO PROMO CODE NEEDED PRODUCTS ARE ALREADY DISCOUNTED ON THE WEBSITE. Support the St. Vincent Nurses today as they continue to strike for a fair contract! https://action.massnurses.org/we-stand-with-st-vincents-nurses/ Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Subscribe to AM Quickie writer Corey Pein's podcast News from Nowhere, at https://www.patreon.com/newsfromnowhere Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! Subscribe to Matt's other show Literary Hangover on Patreon! Check out The Letterhack's upcoming Kickstarter project for his new graphic novel! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/milagrocomic/milagro-heroe-de-las-calles Check out Matt Binder's YouTube channel! Subscribe to Brandon's show The Discourse on Patreon! Check out The Nomiki Show live at 3 pm ET on YouTube at patreon.com/thenomikishow Check out Jamie's podcast, The Antifada, at patreon.com/theantifada, on iTunes, or at twitch.tv/theantifada (streaming every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7pm ET!) Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop
Shake up your Thanksgiving routine by celebrating in a national park. Many of the park lodges and restaurants offer traditional Thanksgiving feasts. And what could be better than spending the long holiday weekend in a beautiful outdoor setting rather than battling shoppers for a deep-discount, big-screen TV? In this episode, we talk about many of the places in the national park system that you might want to consider for your Thanksgiving adventure. Please 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
For everyone in the States, Happy Thanksgiving! For everyone else, Happy... Thursday? Some awesome new tracks to play for your visiting relatives!The playlist is marked as follows:Title by Artist – Album (Game) Mr. Green Hill (OC ReMix) by Ivan Hakštok (Pop'n TwinBee: Rainbow Bell Adventures)Night Walk (OC ReMix) by Black Ace (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)Secret Labyrinths (OC ReMix) by Gaspode (Zelda: Link's Awakening)It's Dangerous to Go Alone (OC ReMix) by dPoten (Zelda: Ocarina of Time)First Time Down Here? (OC ReMix) by wildcaml (Metroid)Esuna Is Busy Again (OC ReMix) by Rockos (7th Saga)SIZZLING CIRCUITS!! [Strange World (Dr. Wily Stage 3)] by Main Finger - Mega Man 9: Back in Blue (OC ReMix)(You Give Me) Wings (OC ReMix) by Ivan Hakštok (Xenogears)Dos Alas (OC ReMix) by ThePlasmas feat. MaripaPls (Binding of Isaac: Rebirth)Fire and Flames (OC ReMix) by Chernabogue feat. HeavenWraith, Furilas, Cyril the Wolf (Golden Sun)How Many Heavens Are There? (OC ReMix) by Wiesty, XPRTNovice (Final Fantasy 7)National Park by Braxton Burks, David Peacock - Johto Legends (Music from Pokémon Gold and Silver)Ground Theme (from "Super Mario World") by Save Point, nokbient - Video Game LoFi: Yoshi Featured Artists This Hour: Braxton Burks - https://braxtonburks.bandcamp.comSave Point - https://sptfy.com/savepointHour 2 Law Bent by Primal Winds Home Team by The Library StepsThe Old Days Are Gone by L Dash - Blow My CartridgeAin't Nobody Playin' by Wreck the SystemGamertag (ft Danyeal McIntosh) by Soup Or Villainz - Villainz For HireYoutube Geek Cypher [Explicit] by GameboyJones (https://youtu.be/7EMB_YH3io0)Game Boys by GameBreax - GameBreakers Vol 2The Real Folk Blues by Mason Lieberman, Yoko Kanno, Shihori, Úyanga Bold, Raj Ramayya, Substantial, Mega Ran, Red RapperIce Cold Buck Fifty by More Or LesGlass House Choices (feat. Definite) by Pasquale - ChadioheadThe Jewel of India feat. Fatback Supreme, B-Type, XOC, and Milk-Plus by Torrentz - The Big KahunaCries of the Planet (feat. Amanda Lepre) by Mega Ran & GameChops - Black Materia: The RemakeNo Options (feat. Jamar Rose) by Kadesh Flow Featured Artists This Hour:Primal Winds - primalwinds.bandcamp.comThe Library Steps - handsolorecords.bandcamp.com/album/home-team-dj-packL Dash - ldash.bandcamp.comWreck the System – wreckthesystem.bandcamp.comSoup or Villainz - souporvillainz.bandcamp.comGameboy Jones - gameboyjones.bandcamp.comGamebreax – Gamebreax.comMason Lieberman - masonlieberman.comMore or Les - moreorles.bandcamp.comTorrentz - scrubclubforever.com/torrentzMega Ran – megaran.comGame Chops - open.spotify.com/artist/1T7zBkQCOCacKjbnmFX7cpKadesh Flow – kadeshflow.com All songs marked “OCReMix” can be found at OverClocked ReMix (http://ocremix.org) – please show them some support! Download, donate, tell your friends!Ending tune by KeyJayHD - Check out more of his stuff at keyjayhd.bandcamp.com!Since Press Start to Continue is every other week, check out Nerd Music Meltdown on our off weeks! Interviews with artists in the video game music and nerdcore communities: ongakuoverdrive.com/podcastLike and follow and whatever the Press Start Twitter!Support Press Start to Continue DLC by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/PressStartSend us your feedback online: pinecast.com/feedback/PressStart Press Start is now open to syndication!If you would like Press Start to Continue to air on YOUR station, email PressStartMorlock@Gmail.comThis podcast is a member of the Planetside Podcast Network. Visit PlanetsidePodcasts.com to find other Planetside Productions!
Join Drifter & Gypsie on a little adventure to Promontory Point in Utah to visit the location marking the east joining the west. This is the very spot the rail lines came together in the late 1800s making transcontinental travel a reality.You can visit the parks web site by clicking HERE.Web: www.RebelAtLarge.comEmail: Rebels@RebelAtLarge.comSupport the show: PatreonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/RebelAtLarge)
FOLLOW UP: VW SHOULD'VE PUBLISHED ENGINE PLANIn a test case brought by investors in Germany, Volkswagen is accused of failing to disclose the problem from back in 2008. The judge has stated that it is on the investors to prove VW or any of their staff withheld information, but it is up to VW to prove the board not telling investors from 2012 was not grossly negligent nor deliberate. To read more, click here for the Reuters article. FOLLOW UP: CONTINENTAL EX-CEO AND EX-CFO INVESTIGATED The ex-CEO, Dagenhart, and just sacked CFO, Wolfgang Schaefer, who held their roles for Continental, are being investigated by German prosecutors over their involvement in dieselgate, specifically regarding the 1.6 litre diesel engines. To read more on this story, click the Yahoo News article here. HAND HELD DEVICES TO BE ILLEGAL BEHIND THE WHEELThe Highway Code will be updated with changes to interacting with your mobile phone, whilst driving. The loopholes that allow playing games, filming or scrolling through playlists whilst holding the phone, will be illegal. However, if the device is in a cradle it can still be prodded as though it was a touchscreen infotainment system fitted to the car. To find out more, click here for the BBC News article. NATIONAL PARKS NOT CONSIDERING BANNING CARSStories started circulating that some National Parks were considering banning cars from some roads at certain times of the year, this is not the case. However, they are all looking at what they can do to reduce congestion and the effect so many visitors have travelling to these beauty spots. To read more, click the Autocar article here. PORTSMOUTH CAZ OPENS 29 NOVEMBERPortsmouth will be starting their Clean Air Zone (CAZ) initiative on 29 November. This will only affect HGVs, buses, vans, taxis and private hire vehicles as it is designated as a Class B CAZ, therefore private car drivers are not going to be saddled with extra costs to enter the city. To find out more, click here for the YesAuto article. VOLTA TRUCKS STARTS PRODUCTION IN COVENTRY Volta Trucks has started building their prototype all-electric Zero lorry, in Coventry. The vehicles comes with a range of 95-125 miles. 25 prototypes will be built in Coventry and once Volta are ready for full production they will be built in their Austrian factory. To find out more, click the Autocar Professional article here. MORGAN APPOINTS NEW HEAD OF EVSMorgan has made it clear that electrification is very much in their future, with the appointment of Matthew Hole as Chief Technical Officer, with Graham Chapman who moves up to Chief Operations Officer. To read more, click here for the Autocar article. MOTORWAY SERVICES EV CHARGING MONOPOLY LOOSENS Gridserve, who now own Ecotricity, has informed the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) that they will not enforce the exclusivity clauses in their contracts with MOTO, Extra or Roadchef, after 2026, over EV charging stations. This will allow other operators to install their equipment and give consumers a choice on charging providers. To find out more, click the Electrifying article here. SMMT PUBLISHES MARKETING GUIDELINES FOR AUTOMATED TECHNOLOGYThe Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), has worked with industry organisations, the Advertising Standards Agency, Thatcham Research and Government departments to come up with principles for advertising automated vehicle technology. To find out more, click here for the SMMT article. PRIVATE E-SCOOTERS NEED MORE RESEARCH BEFORE LEGALISATIONThe Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety has advised that more information is required before private e-scooters can be legalised as there appears to be a difference in behaviour between rental and privately ridden scooters. They wish to gather more data so that recommendation that allow for safe approval of the idea or rejection can be fully considered. To read more, click the Autocar article here. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-WRC: RALLY MONZASebastien Ogier rounded off his last full time season with a win, which meant he captured his eighth championship. He was pushed all the way by teammate Elfyn Evans and Dani Sordo, for Hyundai, rounded off the podium. Ogier will take part in only a small number of events next season. To find out more about what happened at Monza, click here for the DirtFish article. To read the What We Learned article, click the link here. To watch the DirtFish video showing Ogier's final full-time season, click the link here. To watch the chat the Team Principles have with each other, click the DirtFish video here. NEW NEW CAR NEWSHyundai Heritage Series GandeurIn recognition of the importance of the Grandeur, Hyundai have created a retro-modern reinterpretation of their flagship model which they originally released 35 years ago. Similar to the recent Pony concept car, there are some lovely modern touches but a retention of the original, recognisable, shape. To read more, click the YesAuto article here. Genesis G70 Shooting BrakeWhilst marketing calls this a shooting brake, it is an attractive estate with five doors. They will be fitting this European only car with the same V6 from the Stinger, plus letting the Germany development centre make sure the ride, handling and everything else is how we expect them to be in this market. PRices start at £35, 250. To find out more and look at the rather attractive shape, click the EVO article here. LUNCHTIME READ: THE CORBY ORBITAL NORTHERN ROAD This article explains why the Corby Orbital Northern Road took £10 million public funding but has never been completed and possibly who is now the owner of it. Intrigue, multiple owners at the same Channel Island address and more can be found in this excellent example of why local reporting is so very important. To read the article, click the Northamptonshire Telegraph link here. LIST OF THE WEEK: GORDON MURRAY'S TOP 10 CARSYou can watch a fascinating video from Goodwood Road&Racing where they propose the Top 10 cars designed by Gordon Murray. Don't forget to let Alan know if you agree with his choice and if not which you would pick as the number one car. To view the video, click the YouTube link here. AND FINALLY: TINY ENGINE THAT IS A WORK OF ARTA creator called Maker B has spent 1,000 hours creating a miniscule 4-stroke engine and condensed the process into a 15 minute video show ing the skill and artistry involved in making the engine and getting it running. To see this click the Hagerty link here.
Welcome to The Apple Seed! Some time filled with stories for you and your family. Since 2013 we've been bringing you tall tales, personal tales, fairy tales, historical tales and more. All kinds of tales, from all kinds of tellers. “The mountains are calling, and I must go,” said John Muir, naturalist and father of the National Park system. Have you ever felt drawn to nature? If you could spend an hour outside today, what might you think about? Today's stories take us into the great outdoors and show us what we can learn from the land. On today's episode, enjoy the following: "Frog, Dodge City" by Jay O'Callahan from Earth Stories (2:00) "The King Has Goat Ears" by Glenda Bonin from Tails You Might Have Herd Before…or Knot (16:11) "The Creation" by Joseph Bruchac from Iroquois Stories (25:26) "Jimmy and the Seed" by Susan Reed from Lion in the Sky (29:02) "Ateteos, Spirits of the Waters" by Valentina Ortiz from Earth Stories (34:32) "Old Rabbit Saves the People" by Norah Dooley from Rabbitales (49:36)
What is up Ratzzz!!!We are desperately attempting to appeal to the youth by trying out a trend. Today we give each other two truths and a lie parks edition.We each took National park facts and snuck in some complete lies to throw the other off. This one ended up being a blast to record and spoiler alert, one of is way better than the other at this. Hope you guys enjoy this weeks installment and feel free to DM us your favorite fake park fact on our Instagram @parkratspodcastUntil next Tuesday,PEAACEEEEEE!!!!!
If you haven't seen the new "fire" movie, "Two Yellow Lines" - You need to stop what you're doing, and watch it...This isn't necessarily a "fire" movie in the context of actual "firefighting", but more along the lines of the inconvenient truths about the mental health components that can be associated with a fire career... The most incredible part of this film? It tells a vivid story of what wildland firefighters experience, without showing a SINGLE scene of "Hollywood-ized hero complex" firefighting...The story revolves around a Smokejumper who was involved with a tragedy fire, the PTSI as a result of the incident, his estranged daughter, and the long journey to recovery and healing.This is why we have the producer, writer, and lead actor, Zac Titus, on the show today to give us the breakdown of the film that is making waves across the fire community!Take a listen to this episode, then watch the film - Or watch the film and then listen to this episode... Either way - This film is the real highlight of the talking points in the episode...You can find this incredible film here:https://www.twoyellowlinesfilm.comhttps://www.amazon.com/Two-Yellow-Lines-Zac-Titus/dp/B09L6MGTBMYou can find Zac's socials here:https://www.instagram.com/zactitus1/?hl=enYou 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.comThe Smokey GenerationWanna get some history and knowledge on Wildland Fire? Hit up The Smokey Generation!http://wildfire-experience.orgNot a sponsor of The Anchor Point Podcast, but a great organization:The Wildland Firefighter FoundationAnd, as always, please consider supporting this great nonprofit organization - The Wildland Firefighter Foundation!https://wffoundation.org
Let's wander through the wonders of nature, as conservationist John Muir guides us through the wild spaces of the American West and the flower-filled tundra of Alaska. Honestly, friends, this one is just lovely. Support us here: Patreon: www.patreon.com/boringbookspod Buy Me A Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/d5kcMsW Read "Our National Parks” at Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/60929 Music: "Watching Whales on the Moon" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY https://leerosevere.bandcamp.com If you'd like to suggest a copyright-free reading for soft-spoken relaxation to help you overcome insomnia, anxiety and other sleep issues, connect on our website, boringbookspod.com.
On my September 2021 road trip I spent six days shooting in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This was the longest I'd stayed in any one spot. It's also where I was most prolific in my image-making. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 135 for November 21, 2021 Watch this on YouTube: https://youtu.be/7r1Q1kuJBbE Palouse Shoot-n-Print Workshop https://brentbergherm.com/workshops/palouse-shoot-n-print-workshop/ The price is increasing 18% for Latitude Photography School on Jan 2, 2022. Sign up today to lock in current prices. https://brentbergherm.com Year-End Challenge: Go through your 2021 images and select 10–20 that represent your best efforts of the year. Submit them to the fb group for the show so we can see what you've been up to and so that we can also cheer you on. I'd also love some brief commentary. Tell us how you've GROWN over the last year. That would be amazing. Or tell us your challenges and tell us how you plan to grow this year. Main Topic Discuss images from TRNP Reference slide deck images in fb group or on show notes website. Resources and Links View the pics on the show notes website: https://latitudephotographypodcast.com/episode/135 New way to support the show. Donation page on the website. One dollar will send me one mile down the road. Thank you for your support! https://latitudephotographypodcast.com/donate/ Join the notifications list to stay in the know about all the things happening here on the podcast, on my website and workshops I'm planning. I plan to send you an update every 6–8 weeks and I'll include brief stories behind the images and as always, lessons learned while making them. https://brentbergherm.com/notifications/ Shop at lensrentals.com with my affiliate link and I'll get a small commission of the sale: https://www.pntrs.com/t/TUJGRktHSkJGTk1KSEpCRkpOSkVN I also have an affiliate link with ThinkTank Photo http://bit.ly/2IMRhOT Peak Design affiliate link https://bit.ly/3CEpsBp Get yourself a copy of Lumenzia, the luminosity masking extension for Photoshop published by my friend Greg Benz. This is an affiliate link and I appreciate all the support you give by using these links. https://getdpd.com/cart/hoplink/21529?referrer=3zlus6bybwqosokkk&p=101487 Find me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/brentberghermphoto/ Find the podcast facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/latitudephotographypodcast/ You'll have to answer a question, who's the host of the show. Your answer is me. Brent. I'll also accept the name of any recent guests. Find me on instagram @brentbergherm https://www.instagram.com/brentbergherm/ Find me on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/brentberghermphotography Find me online at https://brentbergherm.com
In this episode, we dive into a collection of 7 creepypastas from the dark depths of the web. Ranging from "Something's Really Wrong In Dover, Ohio" to "I've Met Bigfoot And He's Not At All What You Think He Is", and many more! Sit back and enjoy today's stories. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 “Intro” 0:24 “Something's Really Wrong In Dover, Ohio” 16:10 “I Have Spoken To God, He Is Terrified Of What Is Happening In Central Asia” 42:23 “My Boyfriend And I Went Camping Alone, But Something Else Got In Our Tent” 59:10 “Something Has Been Knocking On My Door At 3:00AM Every Night” 1:27:06 “Why I'm No Longer A Park Ranger At Spruce Ridge National Park” 1:47:32 “I've Met Bigfoot And He's Not At All What You Think He Is” 2:04:35 “I Got A Job In A Coffee Shop, The Training Video I Watched Did Something To Me”
Grand Tetons National Park is defined by its breathtaking mountains, pristine lakes, and scenic trails. It's also a great place for families. If you want to explore Grand Teton National Park with kids, we have some great tips for you. The post 3 Days in Grand Teton National Park With Kids appeared first on The RV Atlas.
Join Lylie and me as we talk about how to begin thinking of planning your first safari. We then dive into South Africa and the incredible wildlife you will see on your journey. We also talk about the most luxurious lodges and how they compare. Although safaris are a lot about seeing wildlife, we'll also touch on the many other experiences you can have when not in the bush and the beautiful places to visit before or after your safari. Visit truvaytravel.com/30 for a video of today's show and additional resources.
Did you know that McGhee Tyson Airport is just one hour away from the most visited national park in the US? More than 12 million people visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park each year, generating a more than $1 billion economic impact for our region. In this episode, we speak with Caitlin Worth of the National Park Service as she shares the parks' history, secrets, and future developments. The post TYS and The Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Where Modern Transportation Meets Nature's Wonders appeared first on From the Runway Up.
What could be more magical than watching new land being formed as lava flows from the mouth of a volcano? Hawaii Volcanoes National Park protects and celebrates this beautiful site as its boundary extends from the Pacific Ocean to nearly the 13,677-foot summit of Mauna Loa. Tucked along the southeast edge of the Big Island, this lava-belching landscape has been a national park for over 100 years. In this episode, we talk about the top ten things you'll want to be sure to do when visiting the park. And check out our companion blog post about the Top Ten Things to Do in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – click here. Please 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
Today, we talk about the geology of Yosemite National Park. Specifically, we dive into 4 different aspects:1- What's the story behind all this granite?2- Why do these mountains look the way they do? Glaciers3- What are all the cracks in the granite about?4- Rockfall!The formation of granite is taught in a very traditional way. Magma intrudes deep inside the Earth and then cools slowly as the minerals grow larger. Jesse says that's a very debatable and a hotly researched area now. Jesse schools us on how magma is believed to cool and how we know.Then we get into the glacial part of Yosemite. There are so many glacial features that are perhaps more obvious here than anywhere. We talk about U-shaped valleys, hanging valleys, horns, and aretes. Exfoliation is so prevalent here that it is impossible to miss. We get into how exfoliation happens including an example that was caught on Camera - Twain Harte Rock. Lastly, we end with a brief discussion on the prevalence of Rockfall in YNP. There are many rockfalls - some very large that occur with a stunning frequency.
Ep. 101: Will Shafroth – National Park Foundation, CEO & President || Proper land use and natural resource management on public lands is a mechanism to foster greater planetary stability. Joining as guest of episode 101 is the President and CEO of the National Park Foundation, Will Shafroth. Throughout the 45 minute conversation we explore how exposure, experience and immersion into the US National Parks changes mindsets for the better. We hear how enlightenment, empathy and environmental consciousness is presented each and every year to over 330 million visitors in 422 National Parks. Spanning all 50 states, the parks encompass 84 million acres, 2400 historical sites, 17K miles of trails and 43K miles of shoreline – available to us all as a public service. The vast majority of the National Parks are untouched wilderness. This wilderness combined with smart land use and proper natural resource management will help stabilize a planet under threat by coming at it from a few different angles. Not only will these public lands (with a collective footprint about the size of Montana) clean water, sequester & bank carbon, and nurture biodiversity, but the National Parks offer a living classroom for deeper understanding and appreciation for the all important Nature-Based Solutions to climate change. Ultimately, reconnecting more of us with natural order is a required next step in (climate) action to mitigate climate change. Wallace Stegner famously called the National Parks “America's Best Idea”. Will Shafroth and his team at the National Park Foundation (NPF) believe that this best idea should be common grounds available to each and everyone of us no matter background or history. Under Shafroth's leadership, the National Park Foundation has spawned numerous initiatives to foster inclusion for all audiences and to cater to those who have been often overlooked in previous generations of visitors. Owning “the Good, the Bad and the Ugly” of National Parks and US History, Shafroth looks to the wide array of Parks, Sites and Monuments as learning laboratories and living classrooms that will progress social and environmental solutions for decades to come. In feeding our souls by reconnecting us with Nature, and with each other, the public lands of our National Parks can teach us a bit more about who we were, who we are now, and what we can become if we strive for a more just and balanced future. www.SourcingMatters.show
In today's episode of Paranormal Mysteries, I'll be covering some of the strangest phenomena experienced in our national parks, including missing people, bizarre deaths, odd creatures, glitches in the matrix, and much more. TELL YOUR STORY: Email: email@example.com Voice Message: https://www.speakpipe.com/paranormalmysteries Website: http://paranormalmysteriespodcast.com Forum: https://tinyurl.com/4z4v6rm3 SUPPORT THE SHOW: Patreon Donation or Membership: https://www.patreon.com/join/paranormalmysteries? BuyMeACoffee Donation or Membership: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/paranormal SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paranormalmysteriespodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paranormalmysteriespodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParaMysteryPod PODCAST SOURCE: https://www.spreaker.com/show/paranormal-mysteries-podcast EPISODE REFERENCES: “Strange experiences in Yosemite National Park.” * Reddit: https://bit.ly/3oc7hOu * Story by: edups-401 “The Bizarre Disappearance and Death of Charles McCullar at Crater Lake National Park” * Mysterious Universe: https://bit.ly/30gfCZg * Author: Brent Swancer “Undefined humanoid mimic encounter in Big Bend National Park.” * Reddit: https://bit.ly/3BY0Jb9 * Story by: relativelyfunkadelic * David Paulides: https://www.canammissing.com/missing_411.html * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChXKAI83IuqSneWe92F97jQ * National Park Service: https://www.nps.gov/index.htm * National Park Foundation: https://www.nationalparks.org/ STOCK MUSIC & MEDIA PROVIDED BY: AndianMusic / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/andianmusic dauzkobza / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/dauzkobza ElectricMoments / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/electricmoments FicusProsound / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/ficusprosound#1/2064 FinalVersionStudio / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/finalversionstudio hitwizard / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/hitwizard#1/2064 LeChuckz / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/lechuckz lynnepublishing / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/lynnepublishing miksmusic / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/miksmusic#1/2064 Miracle Forest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__iDig5NKcA&list=PLjbSDRHeNjFs5WCK-UypYie-XD2YZ8i2e&index=1&t=1856s RickyValadez / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/rickyvaladez#1/2064 Sound of Muses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUer-Tto1ZA Sungep / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/sungep#1/2064 TRWorkshop / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/trworkshop#1/2064 zacnelson / Pond5: https://www.pond5.com/artist/zacnelson#1/2064 © Copyright Paranormal Mysteries Podcast, 2021. All rights reserved. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this audio is prohibited.
Season 2 Episode #14 - How to Connect with Spirit through Mediumship with Daniel Jackson In this podcast, Anna is with Daniel Jackson, also known as Spirit Medium Daniel. He can provide the insights needed for living in today's world. According to him, with the information from Spirit and Arc Angels, you can gain an understanding of your purpose, why you are here, and what is waiting for you on the other side of this life. Back from his childhood in the 70s, his family who are catholic lived in a haunted house in the town of National Park, New Jersey. Daniel, his siblings, and his parents experienced and encountered spirits in their house. In the 80s, they already moved to Delaware but only Daniel was continuing to see these spirits along with the unusual and imaginable things in their house. When he got married, he sought the help of paranormal groups and mediums on why spirits are coming to him. Then, he and his wife find out that these spirits are coming to him because they are attracted to Daniel's light and that he's special. From that point, he began to understand and see his purpose. He was able to start helping these spirits cross over to the light and other people by giving them answers to their questions. Together, let's find out how Daniel overcame these adversities of unusual events and began to understand his purpose. They also talked about: 01:35 How it all began with Daniel 06:50 How he got used to the paranormal events in his life 16:08 Daniel decided to help spirits and people 21:12 How does he feel to those people who don't believe him 28:50 How he affects the lives of the people he has helped 33:15 How he helps the spirit to cross-over 40:49 Freeing your mind to make you feel comfortable 45:49 What's the best way to contact Daniel 48:17 What's the best part of becoming a Medium 51:29 What freedom meant to him Daniel also left us a message that we should learn to listen from our mind and heart, don't judge others, and never allow anyone to dictate what we want to feel and do. Quotes: “If I can keep this, maybe I can help some of these spirits that keep coming to me and other people” “Whatever you need me to do or you need me to be, I will, because I don't want it to go away.” “As long as you feel that guidance and you follow through what they are trying to tell you to do, then that's what people need to do.” “I can only tell the truth one way, I can't tell the fifty ways until one-way suits you.” “She has an open mind and open heart, to allow us to come in and you have to have that.” “There are 2 things you need to do in your life, what works for you and what doesn't work for you.” “I will follow what I feel is best for me.” “I never apologize for being me.” “You have to listen to yourself, you have to listen to your heart. ” “You either believe or don't.” Daniel Jackson Check out Daniel Jackson social media accounts Twitter: https://twitter.com/mediumdaniel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spirit.medium.daniel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritMediumDaniel Website: www.spiritmediumdaniel.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-jackson-29273b20b/ Do you want to be a speaker/guest on my podcast? Book a call here: https://calendly.com/annadavidson/interview ------------------------------------------------------------------------ GET THIS FREE EBOOK: Manifesting with Visualisation: http://bit.ly/3q46nDr 5 Steps To Make More Money From Home by Selling Professionally On Amazon: https://bit.ly/3A6uCq1 Check these out: Amazon Profits Accelerator (Free 3-Day Webinar): https://bit.ly/34e9cJh Amazon 101 Academy: https://bit.ly/3gvJO6l Amazon 101 Academy-Self Study: https://bit.ly/3n53DUS Make Sh*t Happen Membership: https://bit.ly/37MtCdg Join Tribe My Facebook Group Your Freedom Project https://www.facebook.com/groups/YourFreedomProject2020/ Visit My Website Here: https://theannadavidson.com/ You can also reach Anna on her socials: Instagram - @theannadavidson Facebook - Anna Davidson YouTube - @theannadavidson
Dana is getting to know the difference between a good night's sleep and the last three decades while Jessica is sneezing her life away with fall allergies. Dana questions how and why a certain actress is playing an icon in an upcoming biopic. Jessica is infuriated by the laissez faire way restaurants are treating herbs as a garnish. Excuse Me Corner takes a relaxing trip in a bus to promote sleep. Oh Wow Corner is a boss we wish we all had right now granting the gift of a lifetime to the entire company. Rave #1 is how to donate food this Holiday Season through the suggestions of Feeding America. Rave #2 is the Parks Project, a collaborative effort made possible through donating a percentage of sales through products made by a number of companies to support our National Parks. Feeding America - https://www.feedingamerica.org/take-action/thanksgiving Parks Project - https://www.parksproject.us/
Today, I'll be speaking with Michelle Stelly about how to make the most of a weekend at Mount Rainier National Park! Join Michelle and me as we first discuss Washington's three beautiful national parks. Then, we'll backpack, hike, and snowshoe throughout all four seasons in Mount Rainier National Park, as well as touch on a few of the surrounding areas. We'll be sure to see plenty of epic waterfalls, lakes, and fire lookouts along the way, as well as have plenty of opportunities to view the incredible Mount Rainier! About Michelle Stelly Michelle runs The Wandering Queen, a travel blog to help fellow women adventurers travel the globe. She's a Texan-Panamanian who is passionate about adventure travel, as well as an expert on all things hiking, backpacking, and camping. Michelle has been to 23 U.S. National Parks and has a goal in life that is very similar to my own, to inspire and help get people outdoors! Learn more about Michelle Stelly at TheWanderingQueen.com. What We Cover in This Episode All of Michelle's favorite hikes in Mount Rainier National Park. That it's possible to get into hiking at any point in life. Two great pro tips for anyone who's looking to start getting more into backpacking. The allure of the PNW for a Texan-Panamanian, and why she made the move up north. What makes each of Washington's three national parks (Olympic, Rainier, and North Cascades) unique, and the pros of visiting each one. What it's like visiting Mount Rainier National Park during each of the seasons throughout the year. How to be aware of avalanche zones in the winter and spring snowshoeing seasons. The hike in Mount Rainier National Park where Barrett and I have gotten some of our most epic photos ever! What breakfast, lunch, and dinner look like for a backpacker. How to best spend day one of our trip in the Paradise area. The best waterfalls to hit up on your drive from Seattle to the Paradise Visitor Center area. The 360-degree Mount Rainier views you can get from the most popular trail in Washington, and what makes this trail so unique when compared to most of the trails in the state. The spot where all the photographers like to shoot sunset photos of Mount Rainier. Cabin, camping, and RV lodging options around the park. Why Packwood is an excellent town to home base from while you're visiting the park, and where you should eat and drink while in the area. How to best spend day two of our trip in the Sunrise area. Michelle's favorite hike in the entire park, where you might be lucky enough to experience a cloud inversion! The best trail to hit up during wildflower season and the best one for seeing an alpine lake. What you should do if you're in the area for one more day. The three best Instagram spots in the park. How to make the most of a day in the park if Mount Rainier is cloud covered, as well as tips on how to avoid visiting on those days. An overrated trail and the nearby underrated trail you should hike instead! Quotables There's so many epic hikes there. Mount Rainier is just fantastic! It's my favorite mountain in the world. Even if you don't go hiking, you can still just enjoy a day in paradise, having a family picnic with these amazing views. The waterfalls there are some of my favorite in the whole state. I feel like this is the perfect outdoorsy getaway with just outstanding views. I'm honestly gonna keep on going to it for years upon years. Michelle Stelly Links to Places Mentioned in this Episode Where to Stay in the Mount Rainier National Park Area: Little Owl Cabin Summit Lake Camping Crystal Mountain Resort for RVs Mount Rainier National Park Area Outdoor Activities that are Mentioned in this Episode: Comet Falls Narada Falls Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center Skyline Loop Trail Myrtle Falls Reflection Lakes Pinnacle Peak Trail Wonderland Trail Mount Fremont Lookout Trail Burroughs Mountain Trail Naches Peak Loop Trail Emmons Moraine Trail Grove of the Patriarchs Trail Silver Falls Loop Trail Mount Fremont Fire Lookout Tolmie Peak Trail Bench and Snow Lake Trail Mount Rainier National Park Area Restaurants and Brewery that are Mentioned in this Episode: Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center Packwood Brewing Co. Cliff Droppers Sunrise Day Lodge Spots in Washington's Three National Parks that are Mentioned in this Episode: Olympic Beaches Hoh Rainforest Hurricane Ridge Hurricane Hill Trail Mount Rainier North Cascade Diablo Lake Hidden Lake Lookout Trail Maple Pass Loop Thanks for Listening! We love our listeners! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a comment below and let me know about your favorite part! If you've been enjoying the show, please also consider leaving me a review in Apple Podcasts. It's super easy; click here and go to “ratings and reviews.” I read and appreciate every single one! Each review helps new listeners find the podcast. Thank you!! Follow Cinders Travels on Facebook or Locals Knows Best Podcast on Instagram for Locals Know Best updates.
You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that Rhode Island native, Clement Labine was an American right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball best known for his years with the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1950 to 1960. As a key member of the Dodgers in the early 1950s, he helped the team to its first World Series title in 1955 with a win and a save in four games. He is one of eight players in MLB history to have won back-to-back World Series championships on different teams. He held the National League record for career saves from 1958 until 1962; his 96 career saves ranked fourth in MLB history when he retired. He also set a Dodgers franchise record of 425 career games pitched. Now for our feature story: By serving as vice president of the National Conference of State Legislatures, veteran lawmaker Brian Patrick Kennedy says he will have an opportunity to help ensure Rhode Island has an opportunity to influence the organization's legislative and policy agenda. Kennedy, a state representative who represents Hopkinton and a portion of Westerly, was elected to serve as vice president of the conference during the organization's legislative summit in Tampa, Florida. The bipartisan organization serves each state and U.S. territory and the nation's 7,383 state lawmakers and legislative staff. Founded in 1975, the conference works to advance the effectiveness, independence and integrity of legislatures and to foster interstate cooperation and facilitate the exchange of information among legislatures. Kennedy said: "I appreciate the opportunity to serve as vice president and look forward to working with my colleagues from around the country. NCSL has afforded legislators and staff an unrivaled opportunity to learn from the experiences of other states, exchange ideas and come up with policy solutions that can help propel our respective states and, ultimately, our entire nation forward. I also look forward to working with our Washington office to ensure federal policies are in line with state priorities." Kennedy's election marks the first time a legislator from a New England state has served in one of the conference's four leadership positions in nine years and the first time a Rhode Island lawmaker was ever selected. Kennedy remarked: "I think this is big for Rhode Island. Not only do we get to be involved with helping to set the agenda and figuring out legislative priorities on a national level, but we're going to help coordinate these central policies and how they impact state priorities moving forward." Kennedy, who is in his 33rd year in the Rhode Island statehouse, has been involved with the conference for more than 20 years. For the past five years, Kennedy has served as speaker pro tempore in the Rhode Island House of Representatives. Kennedy will serve one year as vice president, ascend to president-elect the following year and then become president at the legislative summit in 2024. NCSL leadership alternates between political parties every year. Idaho Speaker Scott Bedke, a Republican, will serve as president-elect of NCSL, and Speaker Scott Saiki of Hawaii, a Democrat, became the 48th president of the NCSL. For more about the coronavirus pandemic, the recovery, and the latest on all things in and around Westerly, head over to westerlysun.com. There are a lot of businesses in our community that are hiring right now, so we're excited to tell you about some new job listings. Today's Job posting comes from Crimmins Residential Staffing in Westerly. A couple in Watch Hill is looking for a part-time housekeeper. Pay is $35 per hour and you'll work there 3 days per week in season and one day per week during the off-season. For more job requirements, check out the link in the description: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=028da372fc87d663 Today we're remembering the life of John Henry Barrett, Jr., 84, of Hudson, New Hampshire and formerly of Westerly. A retired Episcopal Priest, John celebrated the 50th Anniversary of his Ordination in 2014, and over his ministry served parishes in Westport, CT; Concord, MA; Swampscott, MA; Johnson City, NY; and in retirement as Priest Associate at Christ Church in Westerly. He is the son of the late Dr. John and Mildred Barrett of Westerly and is predeceased by his wife of 55 years, Carol. He is survived by his 3 sons, 5 grandchildren, his sister, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. John was known to many as "Jack" and was active throughout his priesthood and his life, having served on many local and diocesan groups and committees and enjoyed the opportunity to visit the Holy Land on two occasions. He was a volunteer firefighter in Westport and served for many years as a Chaplain for the Swampscott Fire Department. Jack and his family enjoyed the outdoors and traveled every summer visiting National Parks and historic landmarks throughout the country. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate John's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's up Park Rats?!The ecology of National Parks and Forests face many threats from all sorts of outside interactions. In todays episode we talk about harmful invasive species in these places we know and love.The Florida everglades are known for a large number of invasive species. We talk about a few that are particularly terrifying. The Burmese python is a large snake that was introduced into the wild through the pet trade. These massive snakes snatch up anything from small creatures to alligators. Along with large snakes, wild boars are also a huge issue in Florida. These feral pigs have found homes all over the south east US after being introduced as livestock from early European settlers.We also talk about the Coqui frog which has taken over the forests of Hawaii. For its small size the frog can let out a loud croak which is an issue among locals. Gypsy Moths are another invasive species that are taking over the Midwest and northern US states. If you see one of these guys do us a favor and give it a good smash.Invasive species are a huge issue globally and recently Pablo Escobar's hippos have come into the news due to their new protection status. We talk about how one of his hippos would match up against the Kentucky coke bear so place your bets on Instagram!If you are interested in the wild world of National Parks follow us for more content! Check out our website or follow us on Instagram @parkratspodcastStay wild Park Rats!PEEEAAACCCEEEEEEE!!!11!!!!!!11!1
“Whilst relaxing one evening at my lodge in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park, a sudden storm brought heavy rain and ended days of drought. As soon as the […]
The name of an infamous blackbirder will no longer be associated with a national park in New South Wales after an independent report commissioned by the state government.
It's kind of like... the Sarlacc pit from Star Wars meets Osmosis Jones: nightmare edition. Grab a t-shirt and a commemorative cup while you're there! Take a picture with some giant bacteria! Take a nude slither into a wet, dark orifice and hope it makes you horny instead of dead! It's Mystery Flesh Pit National Park!Mystery Flesh Pit National ParkFind us on social media, and anywhere podcasts are hosted!https://linktr.ee/dlutipodStarting your own podcast? Use this link to receive a $20 Amazon gift card when you sign up for a paid account with buzzsprout!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1671664Buy us a beerD.L.U.T.I. Merch!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DLUTIPOD)
In the most northern part of historic Palestine is an archaeological site, now within a National Park, that has remains of the Bronze Age city of Laish and of the iron age city of Dan. In Arabic the location is called Tel el Qadi, the hill of the judge.This archaeological site has two very impressive city gates that were excavated. The Bronze Age gate was built by the Canaanites who called their city Laish. They built a mud brick gate with pointed arches, the oldest one found in the region (18th Century BC). The city was conquered by the Israelites who built new walls and new gates. The iron age gate that was excavated is built of local basalt blocks and has four chambers. At the gate they found a platform with stones in which sticks could be placed to hold up a canopy to create shade for the judge (hence the hill of the judge). It is also the site where the Israelite King Jeroboam set up a high altar with a golden calf where the Jewish people could worship their God Yahweh instead of going to Jerusalem in the south. The sacrificial area that the excavators found is thought by some scholars to be that place. The excavations are found in the Tel Dan National Park. Through this National Park the Dan stream flows down towards the Jordan river. The other contributors to the Jordan river are the Hasbani river and the Banias river. If you want to watch a video I made about Tel Dan, then click on this link to go to the YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/A9YBKFi7btAIf you want to support the podcast with a donation, if you want to follow the podcast on social media or sign up for the weekly email go to :https://podspout.app/storiesfrompalestineJoin us on Saturday 27 or Sunday 28 November 2021 for the Christmas Bazar in Singer Cafe in Beit Sahour. The Bazar is from 11.00 until 17.00 and there will be about eight artisans each day promoting their products. Find all the details on the facebook page of Handmade PalestineA route description to Singer Cafe can be found here : http://www.singercafe.com/contact/
For a year, Rich MacDonald cataloged every bird he saw in his home county of Hancock, Maine, which includes the famous Acadia National Park. His so-called 'big year' is cataloged in his book, "Little Big Year, Chasing Acadia's Birds." MacDonald is now embarking on a new project to see as many birds as he can, by foot or by bike, while describing how climate change is already dramatically changing the ecology of this wild, iconic place. Hari Sreenivasan reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
For a year, Rich MacDonald cataloged every bird he saw in his home county of Hancock, Maine, which includes the famous Acadia National Park. His so-called 'big year' is cataloged in his book, "Little Big Year, Chasing Acadia's Birds." MacDonald is now embarking on a new project to see as many birds as he can, by foot or by bike, while describing how climate change is already dramatically changing the ecology of this wild, iconic place. Hari Sreenivasan reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Today I am chatting with much beloved fiction author Regina Scott. Regina is the author of more than FIFTY books, and she has lived such a cool life. She's a wife and a mother, she's a scientist, she's an author, she's a woman with a killer costume collection, but most of all she is someone whose kindness and sense of wonder about the world is contagious. During our conversation, Regina shares her fascinating story with us and how it has shaped her vision of the world, and the worlds she creates in her books. We also do some major history nerding out, particularly about women's history on the West Coast and pursuing the right to vote. You'll get a kick out of some of the crazy reasons society believed women shouldn't vote, and the unique ways women went about showing that they indeed could do many things others believed they couldn't do. She also shares all kinds of super fascinating history that she has come across in her research for her historical fiction works, especially about the early development of National Parks in the U.S.. We discuss how God uses creation, history, and anything and everything to speak to us and how we can encounter Him uniquely and intentionally because He is in all things. Regina is just so lovely. She instantly feels like a warm friend, who loves stories, history and has such a sweet sense of wonder about her, so I know you guys are just going to love hanging out with her and learning from her. Maybe you'll learn something you didn't know, or maybe you'll be encouraged to not give up on the dream that's still in your heart. Maybe you need a push to pursue some wonder in your days. Wherever this finds you, I hope you know how much you matter. You are here on this earth on purpose, and as long as you're breathing, your story isn't over. You matter, friend. Your story matters. Connecting with Regina: Facebook Pinterest Website (where she does most of her communicating and has the free resources and stories!) Episode Sponsor: Tony Crabtree of Crabtree Homes with Exit Realty Home buyer guide: http://bit.ly/buyersguidecrabtreehomes Seller guide: http://bit.ly/sellerguidecrabtreehomes Facebook Instagram Website YouTube References: The Unflappable Miss Fairchild A View Most Glorious Elizabeth Cady Stanton and gathering attention for the right to vote Mt. Rainier Fay Fuller - the 1st woman to climb Mt. Rainier in 1890 The group of women who climbed together in 1910 Women got the right to vote federally in 1920 Historic arguments about why women shouldn't have been allowed to vote because they couldn't handle it (eye roll) God revealing Himself in Creation The Panic of 1893 “Indian Henry” Yosemite Yellowstone The Alpine Meadows Smoky Mountain fire The Grand Canyon A Distance Too Grand Nothing Short of Wondrous How going outside can help your mental and physical health Star Trek :) Scripture References: Genesis 3- the origin of tension between men and women Psalm 139:14- God made you uniquely Jeremiah 1:5, Jeremiah 29:11, Romans 8:28, Psalm 33:11 God has a purpose for you 1 Corinthians 12, Romans 12:3-8- God gives everyone spiritual gifts Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog *Intro and Outro music is from audionautix.com
ON the show this week I am joined by a phenomenal Photographer, Advocate of Nature, Photographer of the year in the Inaugural Natural Landscape Awards , Dad and all round good guy. We discuss his early photography journey, how he gets to visit stunning parts of the globe for his job, his approach to nature and the environment. Roadless areas of the USA, deserts, mountains, trees , National Parks , Post processing, Writing and releasing a photography book plus lots more You can more info on Eric here www.bennettfilm.com https://www.instagram.com/bennettfilm/
You'd think with summer over, crowds at America's popular national parks would dwindle. Uh uh. These western parks offer the same experience as the “big names,” without the mob scene. Want more? See the "Out & About" pages at RVTravel.com
Toyota Untold is celebrating the highly anticipated release of the next generation 2022 Tundra with a special three-part series, starting with a wholesome fireside chat with U.S. Air Force Veteran, DIY Tundra overlander, and lifelong Toyota driver, Jeff Buchenroth. Jeff outfitted his 2016 Tundra to tour the country's National Parks and shares his experiences with us today...many of which share themes of the kindness and kindred spirit that he's found on the road, from Glacier to Yellowstone and many stops in between. Following Jeff, our friend Kevin Kavanagh, the leader of the pack at Tundras to Sedona, takes us into the desert with more than one-hundred other Tundras, their owners, pets, and families, to tell us all about the largest off-road Tundra event in the world (even though they don't like to brag). We're just getting started with Tundra SNZ here at Toyota Untold. Check back in the coming weeks for parts two and three which feature deep dives into the stunning new tech and category shifting capabilities of the 2022 next-gen Tundra. Resources: https://www.tundrastosedona.com/ (Tundras to Sedona) https://pressroom.toyota.com/all-new-2022-toyota-tundra-is-ready-to-rock-the-full-size-segment/ (All-New 2022 Toyota Tundra is Ready to Rock the Full-Size Segment) Toyota Untold is co-produced withhttps://crate.media/ ( Crate Media)
We're taking you on a journey today to the inspirational country of Rwanda. While not often first on the list of most travelers, those who make it here are absolutely captivated by the people, who have rebuilt their lives and their country so authentically. After a warm welcome, visitors to this nook of Africa will then be further blown away by likely the most impactful wildlife experience of their lives - sitting face to face with an endangered Mountain Gorilla. And, luckily for these travelers, they can do it in style at One & Only's two gorgeous properties - Gorilla's Nest and Nyungwe House. Today we have two very special guests, Craig Storkey who runs One & Only Rwanda, and Propser Uwingeli who is the Chief Park Warden of Volcanos National Park. Prosper and Craig both share their love of Rwanda, how and why conservation is thriving in the country, and some incredible experiences with the amazing Great Apes. I hope you enjoy this magical episode of Luxury Travel Insider. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn
With over 700 miles of hiking trails in Glacier National Park, there are plenty of opportunities for a day hike. But what about the non-hikers? Whether you want to take a break from hiking or the idea of a 12+ mile day hike isn't appealing to you, this is the ultimate non-hikers guide to Glacier National Park! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/glacier-national-park-for-non-hikers/
On this episode: quests, balls of twine, and windowless Chinese restaurants in Phoenix. We're talking with Scott Jones, one of the few people to visit all National Park units, public lands conservationist, and fervent advocate for travel quests. Show Notes 00:35 – Who is Scott Jones? 04:20 – How a giant ball of twine led to Scott's first quest 06:45 – Eating at all the “windowless Chinese restaurants in downtown Phoenix” 08:20 – His quest to visit all ten Japanese internment camps 11:50 – Visiting all the National Park units… the most remote, favorites, and more 21:50 – What National Park units surprised you? 25:45 – How many National Park units are there? 27:00 – What are good ways to track your progress on a quest? 29:25 – How long did Scott's National Park unit quest take? 30:45 – What is the most (or least) amount of time you spent in a unit? 34:55 – How many simultaneous quests does Scott have going at any one time? 39:50 – ROA: Return on Adventure 43:30 – Have you ever aborted a quest? 47:30 – The “weirdest” quest 50:00 – Scott's primary outdoor activities 52:40 – Tools that Scott uses to help track and plan his quests Mentioned in this Show Notion – a free database Scott uses to plan his travels Connect with Scott online rscottjones.com goquesting.com returnonadventure.net Connect with us! Like Almost There on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/almostthereadventurepodcast/ Follow Almost There on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/almostthere_ap/ Send us a voice message! https://www.speakpipe.com/AlmostThere Our Co-hosts Jason Fitzpatrick – IG: @themuirproject Saveria Tilden – IG: @adventuruswomen web: AdventurUsWomen.com Jeff Hester – IG: @thesocalhiker web: SoCalHiker.net Theme song by Opus Orange. Courtesy of Emoto Music. The Almost There Adventure Podcast is a celebration of outdoor activities both local and epic. Discussing the big topics and talking to adventurers, artists, legends and activists within the outdoor community.
Whats up Rats?! Believe it or not we actually solve the mystery of why people get abducted by aliens in this one. We talk about the cases of alien abductions in and around national parks and speculate over if they are true or not. Some very famous alien abductions that have near National Parks and forests. This includes Travis Walton and Barney and Betty Hill who's stories were spread throughout the media resulting in support and skepticism from around the world. There are also many events and tourist destinations that park dwellers are likely to stumble upon. The UFO watchtower outside of Great Sand Dunes National Park offers cheap camping and a spot to look for flying saucers. There is also the Contact in the Desert event in Joshua Tree National Park if you are looking for more information on "ancient astronauts, extraterrestrial life, human origins, crop circles, anti-gravity machines, contact experiences" and more.If you are looking for a stop on your road trip to Death Valley and like UFOs, you can stop in Rachel Nevada. Rachel is considered to be the "UFO capital of the world" and is featured in magazines, books, television shows and many major newspapers as the center of UFO activity.Don't forget to direct hate mail to our facebook (or meta now I guess) and show us some love on instagram @parkratspodcast. For more information on the podcast you can check out our website and until next time guys....PEEEEAACCCCEEEEE!!!!!!!!!
Vietnamese American musician Julian Saporiti grew up in Nashville, surrounded by music made by people who didn't look like him. Determined to dig deeper into the definition of American Folk music as part of his extensive doctoral studies, Saporiti began to explore his own family's history, pore over archival material, and conduct interviews; what he found were the untold musical stories of Asian American artists like himself. He transformed his research into concerts, albums, and films to create the immersive multimedia experience known as No-No Boy. In Town Hall's 113th episode of the In the Moment podcast, musician and former Town Hall Artist-in-Resident Tomo Nakayama talks with Saporiti about lyric writing, inspiration, and the art of making music not only as Asian Americans, but also as Americans. Julian Saporiti is the Vietnamese American songwriter, scholar, and creator of the multimedia musical experience, No-No Boy. His art and music reflect issues such as race, refugees, and immigration, allowing audience members to sit with complication as music and visuals open doorways to difficult histories. Saporiti has taught courses in songwriting, music, literature, history, Asian American Studies, and ethnic studies at the University of Wyoming, Colorado College, and Brown University and has served as artist/scholar in residence at many universities and high schools across the country. Saporiti holds degrees from Berklee College of Music, University of Wyoming, and Brown University, and has been commissioned by cultural institutions such as Lincoln Center, the LA Philharmonic, the National Parks, and Carnegie Hall. His latest album, 1975, was released by Smithsonian Folkways earlier this year. Tomo Nakayama is an artist whose melodic, complex, and emotionally compelling music has been praised by NPR, New York Times, and The Stranger. His albums include Fog on the Lens, Pieces of Sky (named “Best Folk Act” by Seattle Weekly), and Melonday, which was named one of the Top Albums of 2020 by Seattle Times, KEXP, and Seattle Met. No-No Boy: https://www.nonoboyproject.com/ No-No Boy performs live at Town Hall Seattle on November 12, 2021. Learn more and get tickets to this exciting multimedia concert, presented in partnership with the Wing Luke Museum and the International Examiner.
Stay in touch with the natural world. Freelance author and photographer, Amy Grisak, helps to understand the outback in Waterton Lakes, Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks and BEYOND. Everything nature!
Giants found in the Grand Canyon? We explore an article written in the early 1900's outlining a major discovery found 2000ft up the canyon walls in a cave. Did the Grand Canyon and surrounding areas mysteriously become a National Park to protect this site? Is there a coverup that would fuel a much larger alternative history? Did Giants have a place to hang out in the winter? Thanks for supporting the show. blurrycreatures.com/members
Are you thinking about visiting our nation's 63rd national park, nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia? Then you're in luck. In this episode, we talk about our recent visit to New River Gorge National Park and Preserve with our dear friends Bob and Sue. And we've arranged it into a three-day itinerary to give you a starting point for planning your visit. You can find links to many of the places and activities we discuss in this episode on our blog post about New River Gorge National Park – click here. Please 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
En este episodio, dos personas exploran algunas de las reservas naturales más bellas e icónicas de los Estados Unidos. ¿Te interesa saber cuál es tu nivel de inglés? ¡El Duolingo English Test es una forma conveniente, rápida y accesible de descubrirlo! Haz el examen de prueba gratis y revisa tu resultado en go.duolingo.com/relatosenglishtest. La transcripción de este episodio la puedes encontrar en podcast.duolingo.com.