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Australia Wide
Unlocking the mysteries of the universe - construction of massive SKA radio telescope begins in WA's outback

Australia Wide

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


Construction has begun on the $3 billion Square Kilometre Array telescope in outback WA

Daily Telegraph News & Politics
SAS Soldier Stabbed In Iraq Brothel 4/12/22

Daily Telegraph News & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 2:45


An SAS soldier serving in the Middle East is recovering in Germany after being stabbed in a fight at a brothel in  Iraq. Outback wrangler star Matt Wright flew in the same helicopter with his family, just days before the accident that killed his mate. Nine licensed venues have been named and shamed for serving booze to teens. Byron Bay tops the NSW list for the highest incidence of melanoma.For updates and breaking news throughout the day take out a subscription at dailytelegraph.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Enthusiasm is the bomb!
AA OutBack Speakers Dec 2

Enthusiasm is the bomb!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 64:07


Greetings, enjoy our weekly speakers from Southern California. Barbecue and speakers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fernando-montes-de-oca/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fernando-montes-de-oca/support

Remainders
Episode 29: Razorback

Remainders

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 80:05


This week we discuss the 80s cult classic Razorback. An eco-horror set in the outback, the tale of a giant killer boar rampaging against the exploitation of the natural land is a poetic masterpiece, despite its admittedly ridiculous premise. We get into director Russell Mulcahy's ability to weave visual artistry and horror aesthetics while also giving us the most badass hunter from down under, Jake Cullen. Other topics include Six Feet Under, new movies we're watching, holiday plans, and Darren's new project The Musician's Green Book. Let's blast the shit out of these razorbacks!!Songs of the WeekKeep Movin' On by Sam CookeBig White Cloud by John CaleFind all the Remainders Songs of the Week hereWebsiteFacebookInstagramYouTubeTwitter

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
Chico Shaw - From an orphanage in Brazil to Bondi Beach and the Outback (Part 2)

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 76:31


This episode is Part 2 of our chat with Chico Shaw. If you haven't listened to Part 1, stop now and go back.In Part 1, Chico shared the story of his adoption from Brazil into a family from Bondi Beach, and how he ended up working on a cattle station in the Gulf of Queensland.In this episode, Chico shares stories from his time working in the Northern Territory, why he left the industry for almost 10 years, his battles with mental health, and what it's like working not just with your partner, but for them.Please note that this episode may be triggering for some people, so it may be best to listen in the company of support.If you are experiencing depression or are suicidal, or know someone who is, help is available.Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467Lifeline: 13 11 14 www.lifeline.com.auBeyond Blue: 1300 224 636 www.beyondblue.org.au/Mindspot: 1800 61 44 34 http://mindspot.org.au/Men's Shed: www.mensheds.org.auVirtual Psychologist is a free service that offers qualified and experienced counselling via phone, chat, email and text. It is available 24/7. Contact this service via PHONE on 1300 665 234 or TEXT on 0488 807 266. http://virtualpsychologist.com.au/home/ Please help spread this message to help others understand help is just a phone call or text away and they are not alone.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/central-station. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! November 26th - December 2nd, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 24:09


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!Want some cool LEGO swag?  Head over to the Brick Monarch Shop!Use code back2brick10 to get a discount!Happy Holidays!  Time to break out those advent calendars and get to building!  The last month of the year is upon us which means most of the news is about 2023.  We have new images and pricing for Marvels latest sets, LEGO Ideas sets, and rumored Lord of the Rings sets.  So much to build, so much time during the holidays to do so! Advent calendars begin!Ideas 2023Santa's Workshop seasonLord of the Rings rumorsDungeons and Dragons VOTEDomino machine LINKFun Funky VIP packSkywalker Saga x XboxSecret Life of LEGO BricksPogo stick!Pick a Brick on PauseMarvel 2023CCXP 2022 Star Wars BrickheadzCity 2023Fast and FuriousMinecraft 2023Technic 2023Monkie Kid 2023Friends 2023SET REVIEW: 40499 Santa's Sleigh LINKAll Automotive with Matt Clawson Informative automotive related topics. My advice from 30 years of being in the business.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

Nova National News Briefing
Outback Wrangler Granted Bail

Nova National News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 3:32


Reality TV star faces court over chopper crash that killed his mate Censure motion passes against former PM Scott Morrison  A tale of survival for three stowaways  The FIFA World Cup heats up Kim and Kanye finally settle their divorce See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dreamslayer Studios: RPG Podcast
MSHRPG21 - Orphans of the Blip: The Sun King

Dreamslayer Studios: RPG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 157:08


In the aftermath of the battle at Ravencroft Sanitorium, the Orphans find themselves with a new reluctant recruit. The Black Widow known as Thiania is welcomed into the fold as the Orphans arrange transport to the Outback of Australia with Dr Druid in search of the cosmic energies connected to the mythic God King Gilgamesh. Their journey across the globe brings them one step closer to finding the remaining shards of Nyx's heart as they come face to face with members of the Eternals!Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the immediate aftermath of Thanos' Snap, this series follows the exploits a group of young heroes trying to find their way in this near apocalyptic new world. Left completely alone after the Blip, they are brought together by chance - will they get past their differences and forge a new path or wallow in their misery? These are the Orphans of the Blip!A Marvel Superheroes RPG Live Play utilizing Foundry VTTCheck out these other Dreamslayer Studios recommendations: Dreamslayer Studios RPG Podcast - edited for your listening pleasure! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dreamslayer-studios-rpg-podcast/id1549919041Dreamslayer Studios' first Actual Play series: The Great American Novel by Christopher Grey - Devil's Canyon: https://youtu.be/PaUfI-2SGqYDreamslayer Studios' Classic Marvel Superheroes RPG Live Play - IROSHAN Gods and Monsters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1jDqzufIrg&list=PLZrWbwUCH4XA3EeGmthj67Y_fUMOpU2h-Music from this episode may come from the following sources: https://www.darrencurtismusic.com/https://tabletopaudio.com/https://www.digitaljuice.com/Garage Band

Australia Today with Steve Price
What exactly Outback Wrangler star Matt Wright has been charged with

Australia Today with Steve Price

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:36


Steve Price speaks to Sky News Darwin Correspondent Matt CunninghamSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The West Live Podcast
Newsbreak: Outback Wrangler, Bali drugs, Qatar & COVID

The West Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 15:01


There's only so many hours in the day.  We get it!  The West Live will get you up to speed each weekday, in a punchy 10 minute news podcast.  The West Australians' Ben O'Shea and Channel 7's Syan Vallance discuss the stories everyone's talking about.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chatting with Sherri
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back award winning director; Tony Tilse!

Chatting with Sherri

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 59:00


Chatting With Sherri welcomes back award winning director; Tony Tilse!  Tony Tilse is an Australian television director. He won the Australian Directors' Guild Award for best direction of a TV drama series (periodical) and TV mini-series for Underbelly in 2008.  He also directed; Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries; A female sleuth sashays through the back lanes and jazz clubs of Melbourne in the late 1920s, fighting injustice with her pearl-handled pistol and her dagger-sharp wit. Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears; After freeing a young girl from her unjust imprisonment in Jerusalem, Phryne Fisher begins to unravel a mystery concerning priceless emeralds, ancient curses and the truth behind the suspicious disappearance of Shirin's forgotten tribe. And his newest show is Netflix series  Mr. Midnight: Beware the Monsters;   A group of teenagers come together to try and solve a series of strange supernatural occurrences in their town, which appear to be centered around their friend's emerging mystical abilities.   Tony also directed;  The Postcard Bandit and  Murder in the Outback based upon the disappearance of British tourist Peter Falconio in the Australian Outback in 2001 and docu-drama c, which was based upon the events of the 2001 Black Christmas Bushfires as well as several episodes of sci-fi series  Farscape.                                          

From The Newsroom
Arrest Warrant Issued for Outback Wrangler 28/11/22

From The Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 2:44


Albo will censure ScoMo, Reserve Bank boss apologises, journo detained in China and Ali Langdon breaks down in tears.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Die fünfte Schweiz
Carmen Nebe: «Arbeite um zu Leben. Lebe nicht, um zu arbeiten!»

Die fünfte Schweiz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 20:38


Die Gelassenheit der Australier ist schon längst auf Carmen Nebe übergeschwappt. Seit 25 Jahren lebt die gebürtige Baslerin in Brisbane, im Bundesstaat Queensland. So schnell bringt man die 62-Jährige nicht aus der Ruhe: «Hier geht alles viel gemächlicher zu und her.» Auf ihrer Hochzeitsreise in den 1980er Jahren reiste Carmen Nebe mit ihrem damaligen Mann quer durch Australien. Fasziniert vom Land, den Leuten und den unterschiedlichsten Kulturen beschloss das frisch vermählte Paar, nach Australien auszuwandern. Einfach war das Auswandererprojekt allerdings nicht, erinnert sich Carmen Nebe: «Ein Arbeits-Visum zu kriegen war schwierig». Trotzdem haben sie es auf die andere Seite der Welt, nach Down Under geschafft. Bis zur Pensionierung arbeitete Carmen Nebe für die australische Regierung. Heute geniesst sie mit ihrem neuen Partner Pierre jede freie Minute: «Wir gehen oft auf Wandertouren im Outback. Hier in Brisbane findet das Leben draussen statt!» Das sogenannte Bushwalking ist eine beliebte Freizeitbeschäftigung der Australier. Exotischer Untermieter Vor sieben Jahren hat ich das Paar ein Haus in Brisbane gekauft. Inklusive eines besonderen Untermieters: «Die Schlange Oskar lebt friedlich unter dem Dach und frisst allerlei Ungeziefer». Auf der Speisekarte der Python landen zum Beispiel Gekos, Mäuse oder ab und zu ein junges Opossum.

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! November 19th - 25th, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 11:31


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!Want some cool LEGO swag?  Head over to the Brick Monarch Shop!Use code back2brick10 to get a discount!Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Black Friday, the deals are a comin'! Hopefully my LEGO Studs all have a great time with their families over the holidays and are ready to go shopping!  LEGO minifigures are on the mind and of course a 5 foot Eiffel Tower to put them in! Black Friday deals!- Amazon- TargetLEGO- GWP- VIP- DiscountsSanta's Workshop GWPSkywalker Saga up for an Award!Instagram trendLEGO and the Berlin WallCollectible Minifigure Series 24Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3Disney 2023SET REVIEW: No set review this week!Have a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

Podcasts from the studios of Radio 1RPH
Outback JR 26 October 2022

Podcasts from the studios of Radio 1RPH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 28:25


Stories read from Outback magazine

Podcasts from the studios of Radio 1RPH
Outback JR 23 November 2022

Podcasts from the studios of Radio 1RPH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 26:44


Stories read from Outback magazine

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
Chico Shaw - From an orphanage in Brazil to Bondi Beach and the Outback (Part 1)

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 67:58


In 1987 a mechanic found a baby boy abandoned on the streets in Brazil. Today, that baby boy is a grown man living and working on a cattle station in the Northern Territory, Australia. “Blessed”, is how Chico Shaw describes his life. A life that could have turned out so differently.In this episode Chico shares the story of his adoption into a family from Bondi beach, how he ended up working on a cattle station in the Gulf of Queensland, and the challenges and adventures that that experience entailed.Make sure you tune in next week for part two to hear Chico share more yarns about his time working up north, why he left the industry for almost a decade, his challenges with anxiety and depression, and how he's come full circle to find love and build a life that truly makes him happy.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/central-station. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Dr Mary Travelbest Guide
Best of the Outback and Ayers Rock, Australia

Dr Mary Travelbest Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 6:06


  Best of the Outback, Ayers Rock, Australia       In this episode: The FAQ is on how to use packing cubes. The destination is the Outback and Ayers Rock, Australia. The lesson learned is Don't give up too easily. The tip is We May Never Pass This way Again, by Seals & Crofts, back from the memory banks.   FAQ: What are the advantages of Packing Organizers or travel compression bags? How can I pack a suitcase best using cubes?  The best way to pack a smaller suitcase, that is one you want to carry on, is using cubes. Many airlines limit your size of carry on, so find out the exact dimensions and get a suitcase small enough to bring. The advantages are efficiency, saving space, keeping clothes clean and dry and prevent you from overpacking. The cubes are zippered fabric containers, which fit into small spaces so that you are not only more organized, you can bring more. I use four cubes, and they are rectangular in shape, lightweight and have strong zippers. Although the compression bags are good, the cubes don't need to release air, are more durable and stack neatly. Plus, there will be fewer creases in your clothes. The best way to use them is to lineup everything you want to bring and then organize on how you best want to travel. One cube could be for day 2 of your trip, so everything is easy to access. One cube could be your toiletries and cords. One cube could be a pair of shoes and surround that with smaller items. You'll notice the fabrics, the shapes of your items and the weight will make a difference. I prefer folding instead of rolling, but you can do a combination so it's more compact. It may take you several tries to get everything into the cubes, but once you do, you're all set for your trip.  https://www.neverendingvoyage.com/how-to-use-packing-cubes-carry-on-travel/ Today's Episode is about the Outback and Ayers Rock, Australia   It is a six-hour drive through bush country from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock. Depending on the amount of rain, this can look very barren or colorful. I stayed at a motel not far from The Olgas, which are 12 miles southwest of Ayers Rock. I walked through the gorge with new friends from New South Wales, Australia. From Sunset Strip, I watched Ayers Rock change color, with about 250 viewers at that spot. It's one of the most photographed rocks in the world. I watched a slide show about the area, and then went out for a moonlight drive to see the rock under the stars. The area has no pollution, clouds or competing light, so they are the most brilliant I've ever seen. The culture here is all about the Uluru, the native people from the area. Their folk music is worth a listen. You'll need to see the sunrise, even if it's freezing cold. When I visited, you could still climb Ayers Rock, although you no longer can do this, because it's sacred to the native people. It was one of the most exciting and fun adventures of my lifetime. From the top of the rock, we had such a clear view to the horizon and further. To get to the top, I followed a white dotted line, and along the way, I sang songs that made my heart light and the journey easy. Even if you can't climb the rock, you can still become inspired and awed at the colorful palate of nature who changes cues throughout the day at this rock. From light to dark and every color in between, I found much peace at this spot. Back in Alice Springs, I found a desert-like town and a global village of travelers. It was a bit like Las Vegas, only much smaller. Yes, there were casinos and I went to them. Aboriginal artifacts like boomerangs and weapons were found here, too. This is the Outback.   Today's Mistake-Don't give up too easily, for example on windsurfing.   It took me nearly 40 tries to learn how to windsurf in Fiji. It was on the 40th try that I finally learned how to make the sail sing. So don't get discouraged, because it may take you a long time, but once you get it and learn the basics, you'll be sailing.    Today's Travel Advice- We may never pass this way again.    The Seals & Crofts song makes me smile. Think of all the things you do when you travel and all the memories you store. Remember that you may not get back to this place again, so do what you like, even if it's just resting and relaxing. Enjoy your time on the road and seeing or resting for the next day! Life, love and fun is just begun. See the show notes for the link to the song.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvyDKkMYEZ0   Today I want to bring meaning to your travel. Send me your travel tip. You can send it to my Facebook page, group, or Instagram. You can send to my Twitter, blog, and maybe you'll see your tips in my next travel book on independent destinations.   What's on your bucket list?   Connect with Dr Travelbest Website Drmarytravelbest.com Mary Beth on Twitter Dr. Mary Travelbest Twitter  Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Page Dr. Mary Travelbest Facebook Group Dr. Mary Travelbest Instagram

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! November 12th - 18th, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 28:18


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!Want some cool LEGO swag?  Head over to the Brick Monarch Shop!Use code back2brick10 to get a discount!This week is jam packed with LEGO sales and deals! With it being VIP weekend this week AND Black Friday weekend next week it's impossible not to buy more LEGO sets! Super Mario is continue to expand it's lineup AND the Eiffel Tower makes it official appearance just before it's sale starts on Black Friday!Hexagon Fuel CellsAmazon Black Friday LINKVIP weekend - Gift with Purchase- discounts- VIP rewards - VIP pointsEiffel Tower - LEGO.comEiffel's ApartmentMindstorm + MITSuper Mario 2023Blender fun! - LINKName the subscription serviceKornmarken CampusChristmas spceial AustraliaFallout Video Game - LINKFerrari Daytona bookLEGO CEO Biography - LINKAvatar Ideas contestLEGO Astronauts head to space!SET REVIEW: 42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3Have a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

The Advertiser - News Feed
Opal Mining Town Mintabie Traditional Owners Angry 19/11/2022

The Advertiser - News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 3:15


TRADITIONAL Owners of the Outback opal Mining town Mintabie say they are “frustrated” and “angry” at the lack of progress made with the town since its government-forced closure nearly three years ago. A Police officer's comments made during a hearing for a young Aboriginal mother have been labelled “blatantly racist” and rebuked by a court. Up to 30 percent of this year's wine grape harvest will be left on the vine in some regions this vintage, as the industry continues to absorb the impact of China's effective blockade of Australian exports. A River Murray expert has called on the government to provide daily updates on expected flows to reduce anxiety among riverside communities.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

98.5 ONE FM Podcasts
Rural writer Fleur McDonald

98.5 ONE FM Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 12:36


This interview first aired on Wednesday the 16th of November, 2022 on ONE FM 98.5 Shepparton. One FM breakfast announcer Terri Cowley talks to rural Australian author Fleur Mcdonald ahead of her talk at the Shepparton Library on Friday the 18th of November, 2022, to promote her 20th novel 'Broad River Station'. Fleur McDonald will visit the Shepparton Library to celebrate her 20th novel Broad River Station. A young constable faces prejudice in a small country town, but the search for a missing child changes everything. A breathtaking novel of rural suspense from the bestselling Voice of the Outback. Contact Goulburn Valley Libraries on 1300 374 765 or email shepparton@gvlibraries.com.au You can also book online via Eventbrite here. Listen to Terri Cowley live on weekday mornings from 6am-9am. Contact the station on admin@fm985.com.au or (+613) 58313131 The ONE FM 98.5 Community Radio podcast page operates under the license of Goulburn Valley Community Radio Inc. (ONE FM) Number 1385226/1. PRA AMCOS (Australasian Performing Right Association Limited and Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society) that covers Simulcasting and Online content including podcasts with musical content, that we pay every year. This licence number is 1385226/1.

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! November 5th - 11th, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 24:55


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!LEGO Ideas Amethyst Geode LINK TO SUPPORT!Good day everyone!  How you are all doing well, enjoying your time alive here on this Earth where we get to enjoy LEGO!  This week's leak is all about the Eiffel Tower, which I'm very happy about!  Mando sets might looking similar to this AFOLs build, the Ford F-150 Lightning got it's own set (kind of), and more Christmas and New Years fun is here for you to enjoy!Eiffel Tower leak3D printed Duck for saleMando first looksChinese Lunar New YearDelayed retirment setsFord F-150 LightningChristmas StockingAdvent calendar saleLegend of Zelda no moreLouis Vuitton partnershipLightsabers are different?Newsletter discount codes#BuildtoGiveCreations for CharitySET REVIEW: 76214 - Black Panther: War on the WaterCelebrate The Holiday's Alcohol FreeLearn why this time of year is the best and easiest time to quit drinking .Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

The Plant Free MD with Dr Anthony Chaffee: A Carnivore Podcast
Episode 83: How To Carnivore Episode 30 with real bushman Adam Kavanagh!

The Plant Free MD with Dr Anthony Chaffee: A Carnivore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 79:18


Adam Kavanaugh gave up a high paying career in the mining industry of Australia to live out in nature as our ancestors have since time immemorial. Adam faced a number of health issues and turned to a "caveman diet" and lifestyle, which completely reversed them. After travelling Australia twice and spending 4 months in the wilds of Africa, he decided to make this a lifestyle and left his career in the mines for the Outback. There he hunts and fishes with the Aboriginal Australians, takes adventure hungry people out on survival tours, and has even made it through Naked and Afraid. Come hear his amazing story and get a glimpse of what life is like when you go back to nature. Enjoy! Find Adam: Adam can be found under his name Adam Kavanaugh on multiple platforms, as well as through the following links Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adam_kavanagh_/ Website https://www.adamkavanagh.com.au/my-story   Contact and Follow Dr Chaffee: ✅PATREON for early releases, bonus content, and weekly Zoom meetings https://www.patreon.com/AnthonyChaffeeMD ✅Sign up for our 30-day carnivore challenge and group here! https://www.howtocarnivore.com/ ✅INSTAGRAM: @anthonychaffeemd www.instagram.com/anthonychaffeemd/ ✅TWITTER: @Anthony_Chaffee ✅TIKTOK: @AnthonyChaffeeMD ✅Apple Podcast: The Plant Free MD https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-plant-free-md-podcast/id1614546790 ✅Spotify: The Plant Free MD https://open.spotify.com/show/0WQtoPLuPMWWm3ZT3DYXzp?si=PPc2rXZzQXuzjIRK__SEZQ ✅To Sign up for a personal consultation with me, you can use my Calendly link below to schedule an appointment: ✅60 minute consultation https://calendly.com/anthonychaffeemd/60-minute-consultation ✅For collaborations, please email me at the below address. Please understand that I cannot give advice over email, but only in a consultation setting: AnthonyChaffee@gmail.com For more of my interviews and discussions, as well as other resources, go to my Linktree at: ✅ https://linktr.ee/DrChaffeeMD OR my website at: ✅ www.TheCarnivoreLife.com   Affiliate Links: ✅X3 bar system with discount code "DRCHAFFEE" https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-100676052-13511487 ✅THE CARNIVORE BAR: Discount Code "Anthony" for 10% off all orders! https://the-carnivore-bar.myshopify.com/?sca_ref=1743809.v3IrTuyDIi ✅CARNIVORE CRISPS: Discount Code "DRCHAFFEEMD" for 10% off all orders! www.carnivorecrisps.com ✅Shop Amazon https://www.amazon.com/shop/anthonychaffeemd?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp   And please like and subscribe to my podcast here and Apple/Google podcasts, as well as my YouTube Channel to get updates on all new content, and please consider giving a 5-star rating as it really helps! Music track: Acoustic Breeze from Bensound.com #nutrition #keto #carnivore #oxalates

BackTable Podcast
Ep. 260 SAFARI Procedure with Dr. Luke Wilkins

BackTable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 39:44


In this episode, host Dr. Ally Baheti interviews interventional radiologist Dr. Luke Wilkins about his approach to the subintimal arterial flossing with antegrade-retrograde intervention (SAFARI) technique for crossing challenging chronic total occlusions (CTO) in critical limb ischemia (CLI) patients. --- CHECK OUT OUR SPONSORS Reflow Medical https://www.reflowmedical.com/ BD Rotarex Atherectomy System https://www.bd.com/en-us/products-and-solutions/products/product-families/rotarex-rotational-excisional-atherectomy-system --- SHOW NOTES Dr. WIlkins gives us the basic indication for the procedure, which is when the lesion is unable to be crossed from a purely antegrade approach and other re-entry devices have failed. Dr. Wilkins will always attempt to use an Outback wire and an Enteer balloon before performing the SAFARI technique. There are multiple factors that influence the decision to use SAFARI, such as lesion location, level of calcification, and size of the true lumen at the re-entry point. Next, Dr. Wilkins walks us through a typical SAFARI. He normally establishes retrograde access in the dorsalis pedis or posterior tibial artery using a 4 cm micropuncture needle and an exchange length Nitrex wire. He uses telescoping catheters from the antegrade direction. When the antegrade and retrograde approaches enter the same subintimal plane, the 2 devices can connect and the lesion can be crossed. If it is challenging to achieve the same intimal plane for both devices, the gunsight approach of overlapping snares can be utilized. After the lesion is crossed, normal angioplasty and stenting can occur. Dr. Wilkins gives advice on how to make the procedure efficient. In occlusions that are longer than 1 cm, he always makes sure that the foot is prepped before the case starts. He also emphasizes the importance of knowing when to try a different technique and notes that this intuition comes from experience. Finally, we discuss patency rates for SAFARI patients, which have been relatively high. This technique has made a large impact on limb salvage in a patient population that previously had no other non-surgical options. --- RESOURCES Rotarex Atherectomy System: https://www.bd.com/en-us/products-and-solutions/products/product-families/rotarex-rotational-excisional-atherectomy-system Outback Re-Entry Catheter: https://cordis.com/na/products/cross/endovascular/outback-elite-re-entry-catheter Enteer Re-Entry Catheter/Balloon: https://www.medtronic.com/us-en/healthcare-professionals/products/cardiovascular/chronic-total-occlusion-devices/enteer/indications-safety-warnings.html Nitrex Wire: https://www.medtronic.com/us-en/healthcare-professionals/products/cardiovascular/guidewires/nitrex.html CXI Catheter: https://www.cookmedical.com/products/di_cxi_webds/ Outcome and Distal Access Patency in Subintimal Arterial Flossing with Antegrade-Retrograde Intervention for Chronic Total Occlusions in Lower Extremity Critical Limb Ischemia: https://www.jvir.org/article/S1051-0443(19)31033-4/fulltext

UFO Chronicles Podcast
Ep.195 To Save A Life / The Outback

UFO Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 65:25


The first guest we have for you tonight is Angelo from Spain. Angelo received a message from a recently passed loved one, and that message prevented another tragedy that was about to happen. Then we make our way to the Outback of Australia to talk to Johanna about the paranormal experiences she has had over the years.More information on this episode on the podcast website:https://ufochroniclespodcast.com/ep-195-to-save-a-life-the-outback/Want to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comOr Fill out Guest Form: https://forms.gle/WMX8JMxccpCG2TGc9Podcast Merchandise:https://www.teepublic.com/user/ufo-chronicles-podcastHelp Support UFO CHRONICLES by becoming a Patron:https://patreon.com/UFOChroniclespodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/UFOchronpodcastThank you for listening!Please leave a review if you enjoy the show, and everyone that leaves a rating and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify will get a shout out on the following show.Like share and subscribe it really helps me when people share the show on social media, it means we can reach more people and more witnesses and without your amazing support, it wouldn't be possible.

UFO Chronicles Podcast
Ep.195 To Save A Life / The Outback

UFO Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 65:25


The first guest we have for you tonight is Angelo from Spain. Angelo received a message from a recently passed loved one, and that message prevented another tragedy that was about to happen. Then we make our way to the Outback of Australia to talk to Johanna about the paranormal experiences she has had over the years.More information on this episode on the podcast website:https://ufochroniclespodcast.com/ep-195-to-save-a-life-the-outback/Want to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comOr Fill out Guest Form: https://forms.gle/WMX8JMxccpCG2TGc9Podcast Merchandise:https://www.teepublic.com/user/ufo-chronicles-podcastHelp Support UFO CHRONICLES by becoming a Patron:https://patreon.com/UFOChroniclespodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/UFOchronpodcastThank you for listening!Please leave a review if you enjoy the show, and everyone that leaves a rating and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify will get a shout out on the following show.Like share and subscribe it really helps me when people share the show on social media, it means we can reach more people and more witnesses and without your amazing support, it wouldn't be possible.

SWR2 Kultur Info
Weiblicher, indigener Western im australischen Outback: „The Drover's Wife – die Legende von Molly Johnson“

SWR2 Kultur Info

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 3:44


Der klassische Westernheld ist weiß, männlich und amerikanisch. Im Western „The Drover's Wife – die Legende von Molly Johnson“ steht dagegen eine indigene Frau im Mittelpunkt der Szene im australischen Outback. Ein postkolonialer, feministischer Film der indigenen australischen Regisseurin Leah Purcell, der das Western-Genre auf den Kopf stellt. Dabei hat Purcell nicht nur Regie geführt und das Drehbuch geschrieben – sie hat auch gleich noch die Hauptrolle übernommen.

The BS (The Bailey Show)
EP 109 - THE BS - SOCIAL MEDIA CHANGES, MATT WRIGHT, AND HAUNTED AMAZON

The BS (The Bailey Show)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 148:30


On today's episode of The BS, we talk about if Elon Musk buying Twitter a good thing, which is the best social media platform, if we could buy any company what would we change, and we get a Mexico Moment with Nate! Next, we talk to, Outback expert, Matt Wright! He and his fearless team of crocodile wranglers catch and relocate some of the world's most ferocious reptiles in Australia's wild Outback. He tells us what they do with crocs if they kill a human, what his 1st choice was to name his son, and how to avoid croc attacks! Check him out on his show, "Wild Croc Territory", currently streaming on Netflix. Later we discuss why Jason left Orlando, his Gram is reaching out from beyond the grave, and we get another One Question with Branden! All that and more on today's episode of The BS! #BetterThanRadio For daily ad-free content, become a subscriber of The BS today: WWW.PODCASTTHEBS.COM --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-bailey-show/message

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! October 29th - November 4th, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 26:17


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!LEGO Ideas Amethyst Geode LINK TO SUPPORT!This week we start to get into the season of spending.  The VIP gifts are flowing fast driving people to LEGO.com and the stores to comsume!  LEGO continues to Rebuild the World, but this time with Katy Perry!  The LEGO Group is expanding in stores and factories to push the LEGO brand everywhere!How many LEGO bricks?Football Scarf VIPHoliday with Katy Perry  - LINKDEALS BABYYYMario to the max - LINKModular rumorsAvatar Way of the Water - sets - trailerAdults are coming back to LEGOVietnam factoryBow & arrow weaponClone Wars 20thJalen Brunson and Star WarsVIP offersChristmas GWPSwiss storeCoastersSportswear AdidasChine flapship storeBridge additionSET REVIEW: 76217 - I am GrootThe Gaming BlenderCould you design a video game? We create a new randomised hypothetical game every episodeListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

True Hauntings
Case 94: Min Min Lights - Terrorised in the Australian Outback

True Hauntings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 61:49


When you travel to Queensland's remote western region, you will experience some of the best parts of the Australian Outback. It never ceases to amaze me just how lonely and remote it is out there. There are endless straight roads, red dust, blue sky, and wild landscapes. Isn't this exactly what you expect from the Outback? It's a part of Australia that allows you to feel its vastness and remoteness! Each of the small towns you encounter on your travels through this part of this great land has its own character, history and little secrets. Sometimes, these secrets can get just a little weird and spooky.Anne and Renata explore the story behind the Min Min Lights - do they have an origin or have they come from the Earth?Are they alien?What IS going on?Join us in this episode and lets find out together.If you loved this episode please subscribe and share it to your friends.If you want to see what Anne and Renata are up to join them on their social media platforms at Anne and Renata.Follow Anne and Renata:Facebook: @AnneAndRenataInstagram: @AnneAndRenataYouTube: @AnneAndRenataTikTok: @AnneAndRenataDid you know that we have a new podcast episode?It's called Diary of a Ghost Hunter where we give you a look into our lives and we keep it real with what we like, what gives us grief, what makes us angry and what gives us joy.Find it also on Spotify and also on YouTube page.#anneandrenata #spotify #minmin #hauntedaustralia #mosthauntedplacesinaustralia #outbackaustralia #hauntedqueensland #apparitions #haunted #frightfullygood #spookystories #hauntedsites #paranormalinvestigators #paranormal #truehauntingspodcast #diaryofaghosthunter #australianghoststories #australianoutbacktales #talesoftheminminlights #aretheyreal #frighteningminminlights #paranormalencounters #ghosts #queenslandghoststories #minminpodcast #minmin #strangelightsaustralia Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Name Image Likeness
NIL Updates and Tips

Name Image Likeness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 59:17


The NCAA Division I Board of Directors just released new clarifications related to the interim policy for name, image, and likeness - and we want to talk about it!We also speak with Chris Ganter from Tip My Team about his creative approach to entering the NIL world. We discuss the growing pains of establishing a business. We also discuss the charitable arm of Tip My Team and how funds raised are distributed.We cover how Sonny Dykes has embraced the Hypnotoad as the unofficial mascot of TCU football. We talk about UAB's DeWayne McBride deserves more NIL opportunities. We cover the Michigan Sports Business Conference and the inclusion of NIL within the agenda. We also discuss UAB's NIL platform.Our NIL Mathlete segment covers Ivory Durham's deal with Big Nick's. This episode is sponsored by TipMyTeam, a non-profit taking a bold, unique step toward the new NIL landscape. TipMyTeam provides a platform for all college sports fans to sponsor their favorite teams from any collegiate sport. Funds go straight to the student-athletes as well as a charity that helps disenfranchised graduated athletes struggling with mental and physical health. Sign up today at TipMyTeam.com.We hear from Nillie Athlete Harrison Barnes from the Icon 1901 Collective. We discuss Tommy Brown's deal with Shinesty. We talk about the newest additions to Outback's Steak It To The House campaign - including Dematrius Davis Jr., Josh Downs, Jaydon Hodge, Justin Shorter, Beaux Collins, Sean Tucker, Errington Truesdell, KD Hill, and Jake Bobo.To learn more about our Nillie platform, visit nillie.io or email contact@victreefi.com. To learn more about our Framework platform, visit victreefi.com. 

Enthusiasm is the bomb!
AA Speaker Jerry n Chris

Enthusiasm is the bomb!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 79:32


Outback barbecue and AA Speakers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fernando-montes-de-oca/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fernando-montes-de-oca/support

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! October 22nd - 28th, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 27:52


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!LEGO Ideas Amethyst Geode LINK TO SUPPORT!LEGO Ideas had a huge surprise for us and I couldn't wait to talk about it this week!  Then they announce LEGO Friends and the Skywalker Saga DLCs, it's been a fun week!  I love talking about all this news and hope you enjoy it.  Happy Halloween!!Air-powered LEGO Engine LINKMando season 3Joy of PlayLEGO Masters Meet & Greet LINKFriends diversityPixel First keyboard LINKIdeas expanding Ideas sets (John_carter interview)New Minifigures packsDLC packs 7 year old wants job at LEGOgoodbye MindstormStar Wars ships returnAvatar Sequel setsEmployee hobbiesBuilders JourneyLEGO Books 2023Paper bags!SET REVIEW - 10282 Adidas Originals SuperstarX-wing build - Tim GoddardThe Gaming BlenderCould you design a video game? We create a new randomised hypothetical game every episodeListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

You're Making It Worse
The Gaymazing Race (Karen Tongson and Nicole Georges)

You're Making It Worse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 55:03


Gaymazing Race hosts Karen Tongson and Nicole Georges join the guys to break down how they watch their favorite show through a queer lens. Also, an LGBTQ+ museum: who wants it? And the guys dish on their ideal salads. And if you don't think Outback gets a shoutout, you're sorely mistaken! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Australia Wide
“It becomes the Route 66 of Australia” - Federal budget confirms funding for Australia's longest shortcut the Outback Way

Australia Wide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 30:00


"We don't see any reason why this road cannot be finished in the next five years" - Federal budget confirms funding for Outback Way

This Is Important
Ep 107: The G.O.A.T (Greatest Outback Appetizers To-Us)

This Is Important

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 68:07 Very Popular


Today, this is what's important: The Malibu triathlon, Adam's groin, music that could have been on Workaholics, Kenan and Kel, Britney vs. Christina, 2 Chainz, The Cheesecake Factory, The Bloomin Onion vs. Awesome Blossom, Farrelly brothers films, pranks, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2378: Aeroplanes in the Outback

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 3:51


Episode: 2378 Badly needed aeroplanes come to the Australian outback.  Today, aeroplanes in the outback.

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast
Bricking News! October 9th - 21st, 2022

Back 2 Brick LEGO® Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 25:39


Brick Club Discord LinkJoin the Brick Club! Like a book club but with LEGO sets!A wave is flooding the market of LEGO rumors.  LEGO has a lot of new projects in the works not only LEGO sets BUT some media work.  If you're in London you can head out to the Square for a launch party, Hulkbuster smashes in (in a good way?), and a GWP comes back! Check in with the news AND the set review at the end.The Great WaveNew Minecraft skins?LEGO Modular rumorTable Football launch partyLand Rover DefenderLightsaber GWP back (kinda)Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff Hogwarts ExpressSpeed Champion 2023Channel 4 seriesFrankenstein build eventThe Galaxy CampaignDTC Hulkbuster LINKBrainPOP purchaseLEGO House setsToys 'r Us day at Macy'sChristmas Tree releaseNEW SEGMENT AT THE ENDLEGO Set Review - Haunted House 10273 LINK Halloween Brickheadz! LINKWant some cool LEGO swag?  Head over to the Brick Monarch Shop!Use code back2brick10 to get a discount!The Canadian Money RoadmapLearn how to invest smarter and create financial independenceListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a message!backtobrick@gmail.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2022 The LEGO Group.

South Australian Country Hour
South Australian Country Hour

South Australian Country Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022


Outback roads might be cut but pastoralists are pleased to receive good falls of rain in the leadup to summer Prime beef cuts have been expensive for some time but now second cuts, offal and co-products are commanding prices never-seen before Many growers have hay crops at their peak and can't wait any longer to start mowing, even though the risk of rain is high

City Cast Las Vegas
The Mysteries of "Outback Nevada"

City Cast Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 19:47


During his time in Nevada, journalist John M. Glionna has visited pretty much every city, town, township, hamlet, burg, village, and wide spot in the road in this state. In every spot he's found a compelling story, a very human character — the last sheep farmer, an Indigenous artist, dozens more. He's gathered the best of those tales in Outback Nevada: Real Stories from the Silver State. In today's episode, Glionna regales Dayvid with outback anecdotes, and dishes on what the rurals really think of Las Vegas. You can catch John Glionna at the Las Vegas Book Festival this weekend on Oct. 22nd at 11 a.m. in Room 125. What's on your rural Nevada travel itinerary? Let us know at 702-514-0719. We're also on Twitter! Follow us @CityCastVegas Want more Vegas news? Make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter at lasvegas.citycast.fm/newsletter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crime Divers
Murder In The Outback

Crime Divers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 58:07


Peter Falconio and his girlfriend were on the trip of a lifetime to Australia. They bought a campervan to travel around but unfortunately one night they were pulled over and Peter was murdered. Unfortunately his body has never been found.Our contact details are:Twitter/Instagram - crime_divers_podEmail - crime_divers_pod@outlook.comYouTube - CrimeDivers PodcastTikTok - crimediverspodcastIf you would like to support the show financially:https://patreon.com/CrimeDivershttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/crimediversThanks for listening! X

Barks Remarks - a Carl Barks Podcast
48 - Riches, Riches, Everywhere!

Barks Remarks - a Carl Barks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 44:24


Guest Host: Warren Harmon Greetings listeners! Join us back in the Outback, as Uncle Scrooge demonstrates his uncanny ability to sniff out minerals while prospecting! This is a fun, if lightweight Scrooge adventure with a particularly strong beginning and ending and a somewhat unusual bit of misdirection.

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
Anika Molesworth - Electric cars in the outback, and cultivating climate courage

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 64:36


Anika Molesworth is a farmer, scientist, and storyteller. And she's on a mission to cultivate climate courage. In an incredibly short period of time, Anika has amassed a number of accolades including: Young Farmer of the Year, Young Australian of the Year finalist, and a Masters and PhD. She has also released a best-selling book, 'Our sunburnt country', and co-founded the Farmers for Climate Action movement. The incredible thing is that Anika has achieved all of this from her geographically and technologically isolated home of Rupee Station in far, far west New South Wales. I sat down with Anika on the weekend to learn more about what makes her tick, what keeps her going, and how she stays grounded while fighting for climate action.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/central-station. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Bacon is My Podcast
BALLIN' with the Media Force Mike Gunz!

Bacon is My Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 89:12


BALLIN'!  This episode the boys are joined by their buddy that they met at So What?! Music Fest, Mike Gunzleman aka Gunz!  A man who works his ass off, the hustler of all hustlers and a true media force!  Gunz is the host of The Gunz Show and Who Wants to Be An Emo Millionaire, DJing Emo Nite all over the country (including opening for icons Anberlin) is also known for his appearances on Fox News, Imus in the Morning, ABC, MTV…Despite doing all this, he hangs with Mike and Jim  and talks about everything he has going on, pro-wrestling, charcuterie boards and so much more! Catch Gunz on social media @TheGunzShow, live on Twitch two times a week, @EmoMillionaire and on idobi Radio and Outback.com!Get some more helpings of BIMP at http://www.patreon.com/baconismypodcast Find everything else BIMP:Twitter: @BaconisMyPodInstagram: @BaconisMyPodFacebook: www.facebook.com/baconismypodAnd of course our website: www.baconismypodcast.com Want some visual Bacon is My Podcast?Check out this episode and all others on Strangerhood TV on YouTube.www.strangerhoodtv.com and make sure to check out all the other great content on the channel!Get additional BIMP content at www.patreon.com/baconismypodcastWe're proudly sponsored by Manscaped and when you use the promo code BACONPOD at manscaped.com you'll get 20% your entire order!Don't forget to use the promo code BACON at our sponsors DrinkWildBills.com, PodDecks.com and GrillYourAssOff.com for 10% off your order! #podcast #baconismypassion #strangerhoodtv #youtubechannel #youtubepodcast #cravingstrange #somethingheavy #betterthanradio #baconismypodcast #poweredbypoddecks ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Wrestling Memory Grenade
Episode 64: The WWF In 1987 - Andre Challenges Hulk, Harts Win Gold, Danny Davis Fired!

The Wrestling Memory Grenade

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 165:23


We continue February 1987 in the WWF as Andre the Giant introduces new manager Bobby Heenan & issues a challenge to WWF Champion Hulk Hogan! The Hart Foundation capture Tag Team gold! Referee Danny Davis is finally FIRED, but quickly finds new employment! We see the debuts of Outback Jack, Craig DeGeorge, and Barry Darsow as Demolition Smash V 2.0. It's loads of fun with Prime Time Soundbites featuring The Gorilla and the Brain. Plus we discuss The Macho Man, Ricky Steamboat, Honky Tonk Man, JYD, and much more!Available everywhere your Podcast Streaming needs are met.Visit our Podcast Network https://wrestlecopia.comFollow us on Twitter @RasslinGrenade and be automatically entered into our FREE PRIZE GIVEAWAY CONTESTS!Follow and LIKE our FACEBOOK PAGE located at https://www.facebook.com/RasslinGrenadeSubscribe to our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/RasslinGrenade as we continue to add new videos from throughout wrestling history.Please Subscribe to our REVAMPED Patreon account to help keep us going, a dozen Tiers to choose from!!! https://www.patreon.com/wrestlecopiaIncludes a $5 “All Access” Tier featuring SIX GIFTS FOR $5! Including our Patreon Watch-Along Series, all of Ray Russell's insanely detailed show notes (for both the Grenade and Monday Warfare), unedited TR SHOCKS episodes, Early Show Releases, REMASTERED editions of the early Grenade episodes including NEW content that was originally edited out! PLUS, now a sixth gift of monthly DIGITAL DOWLOANDS for your viewing and reading pleasure!Listen at your leisure and pick back up later if need be! Timestamps below for easy navigation.WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING FEBRUARY 2, 1987IT"S EPISODE #100 OF PRIME TIME WRESTLING!!! Enjoy Soundbites Galore, of hosts Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan! The duo discuss topics like Blackjack Mulligan, Stu Hart, "King" Harley Race, and even go back in time to Episode #1 of Prime Time, "When the ratings were down", says the Brain. Heenan claims The U.S. boycotted the 1980 Olympics due to Brad Rheingans, makes a poor tasting joke about Asians that'd get you canceled in 2022, and then Bobby forces Gorilla to break character and laugh as the Brain disses "Outhouse" Jack. And a rarity, also up on our Youtube.com/RasslinGrenade channel as a video... Gorilla Monsoon gets revenge on Heenan, forcing Bobby to break character and laugh when Monsoon mentions Ring Rats!!! All of that, plus Ken Resnick interviews "Natural" Butch Reed & Dr. of Style, Slick.WWF TV – Weekend of FEBRUARY 7th & 8th, 1987 (00:33:39)THE HART FOUNDATION CAPTURE THE WWF TAG TEAM TITLES FROM THE BRITISH BULLDOGS!!! Barry Darsow debuts as Demolition SMASH V2.0. Outback Jack makes his in-ring Debut! Listen as Ray Russell breaks the internet and the podcasting world when he doesn't completely dump on Outback! Ricky Steamboat visits the Institute for Handicap Children in what I consider a tasteless vignette. Mr. Fuji loves 69! We learn the date and venue for WrestleMania III. Craig DeGeorge arrives in the WWF. Action featuring the likes of IC Champion "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Hercules, The Killer Bees, "Natural" Butch Reed, Koko B. Ware, Jimmy Jack Funk, Jake " The Snake" Roberts, "Adorable" Adrian Adonis, The Can-Am Connection, and more. Soundbites & promos from Dino Bravo, Don Muraco, Bob Orton, Mr. Fuji, The Wizard & Kamala, Billy Jack Haynes, Butch Reed & Slick, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, and "Macho Man" Randy Savage. PLUS, ON PIPER'S PIT... ANDRE THE GIANT INTRODUCES HIS NEW MANAGER BOBBY HEENAN, AND CHALLENGES HULK HOGAN TO A WWF TITLE MATCH AT WRESTLEMANIA, leaving the Hulkster in disbelief, BROTHER!WWF PRIME TIME WRESTLING FEBRUARY 13, 1987 (01:32:22) A special Friday the 13th edition of PTW as their normal Monday night slot has "gone to the dogs". Plenty more sounbites this week from Gorilla & Bobby as they talk in depth about WrestleMania III, Hulk Hogan, and Andre the Giant. We hear from the Honky Tonk Man & Jimmy Hart inside Phillips Recording Studio. Ken Resnick interviews Jake "The Snake" Roberts. Plus, Bobby talks his dislike for Kilts... and Midgets. WWF TV – Weekend of FEBRUARY 14th & 15th, 1987 (01:49:53)It's Valentine's Day weekend and President Jack Tunney FINALLY FIRES Referee Danny Davis! Then, Jimmy Hart HIRES Danny Davis as the newest member of the Hart Foundation! Hillbilly Jim teams up with the Rougeaus to take on The Dream Team and "Luscious" Johnny V. Lanny Poffo has a poem for us all. Ray has a hot take on Jose Luis Rivera. Action featuring the likes of Demolition, Tito Santana, Don Muraco & Bob Orton, The Junkyard Dog, Ricky Steamboat, The Honky Tonk Man, Can-Am Connection, "King" Harley Race, Moondog Spot, The Killer Bees, Tiger Chung Lee, Billy Jack Haynes, IC Champion "Macho Man" Randy Savage, and more. Soundbites & promos from The U.S. Express, The Hart Foundation, Blackjack Mulligan, George "The Animal" Steele, and Paul Roma! PLUS, HULK HOGAN RETURNS TO PIPER'S PIT TO ANSWER THE CHALLENGE OF ANDRE THE GIANT! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Subie & YOU!
S&YE92 - Judy the Subie

Subie & YOU!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 88:22


Anthony joins us on the podcast from North Shore Lake Tahoe with @mtnsubie and @slt_trek, out in the wilderness recording this episode.  Anthony's build is @judy_the_subie and he talks about getting out a lot to hit the trails, camping, hanging out with friends, and how owning his Outback and being a part of this community has changed his life.  Links from the show, links to sponsors and discount partners, and ways to support the podcast:Judy the Subie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/judy_the_subie/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Check out the Subie & YOU! Podcast Website:https://subieandyoupodcast.com/ Here you check out all the episodes, support the podcast by joining Patreon or purchasing a decal, and read some of the reviews from Apple Podcast.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Sponsors of the Podcast:Subaru Gear Storesubarugear.com/  Get FREE shipping with your order!Discount code: SubieAndYouREIKA VSUse code SubieYou10 for 10% off purchases!Subie & YOU! on Reika VS Website:reikavs.com/subieandyou/  Mele Design FirmWebsite:https://meledesignfirm.com/ Spider No Drill Roof RackUse code subieandyou to get 10% off a rack for your Subie!!https://www.spiderroofrack.com/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Brands Offering DiscountsOrbis Overlanding10% discount off Orbis Overlanding and partnering car products(excludes apparel)Discount code: subieandyou Website:www.orbisoverlanding.com/  That Subie ChickUse code SUBIEANDYOUPODCAST for 10% off your purchase!Website:https://www.subiechick.com/ YescomUSA10% off awning with LED light bar.Discount code: SUBIE&YOU10Website:www.yescomusa.com/  

Born to be a STAR
Social Media

Born to be a STAR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 35:38


social media is the decay, the society is in chaos, the value of a dollar, inflation isn't fun, the fed isn't going easy, do we trust carvana ?   Weekly shows, how do you watch something you need to catch on fast ? Queen of the south,is true detective returning?   Finding quick dinners, re calls  for hello fresh, Still not sure about ordering food online, easy eats mean time is the treat, corn please, pumpkin lattes, Outback, bertuccis, Happy weekend stars ✨

Homies of Horror
Wolf Creek

Homies of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 76:38


Spoilers ahead homies! Movie breakdown starts at 10:38.  The homies have spoken again, and this month they've chosen a brutal trip through the Outback. Whatever you do, don't trust the strangers in Wolf Creek. Did this movie have us cancelling all future vacations? Also, Erika feels bummed while Roshane says goodbye to Summer. 

Subie & YOU!
S&YE90 - Rugged Roamer

Subie & YOU!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 91:47


Marissa joined us on the podcast to talk about her Outback, camping adventures, trips she has taken, and the meaning behind Rugged Roamer.Links from the show, links to sponsors and discount partners, and ways to support the podcast:Rugged Roamer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruggedroamer/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgUZB7IFL09akmI_ffCO8kQ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Check out the Subie & YOU! Podcast Website:https://subieandyoupodcast.com/ Here you check out all the episodes, support the podcast by joining Patreon or purchasing a decal, and read some of the reviews from Apple Podcast.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Sponsors of the Podcast:Subaru Gear Storesubarugear.com/  Get FREE shipping with your order!Discount code: SubieAndYouREIKA VSUse code SubieYou10 for 10% off purchases!Subie & YOU! on Reika VS Website:reikavs.com/subieandyou/  Mele Design FirmWebsite:https://meledesignfirm.com/ Spider No Drill Roof RackUse code subieandyou to get 10% off a rack for your Subie!!https://www.spiderroofrack.com/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Brands Offering DiscountsOrbis Overlanding10% discount off Orbis Overlanding and partnering car products(excludes apparel)Discount code: subieandyou Website:www.orbisoverlanding.com/  That Subie ChickUse code SUBIEANDYOUPODCAST for 10% off your purchase!Website:https://www.subiechick.com/ YescomUSA10% off awning with LED light bar.Discount code: SUBIE&YOU10Website:www.yescomusa.com/  

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Tutti Gravel Inn with Mr. Tutti (AKA Kelly)

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 36:51 Very Popular


This week we sit down with Mr. Tutti (AKA Kelly) from the Tutti Gravel Inn. Inspired by the Canadian landscape, Kelly set off on a journey to create a gravel cycling vacation inn in Clinton, BC Canada.   Episode Sponsor: Logos Components  Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Tutti Gravel Inn [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show. We welcome Kelly Servin ski. From a duty gravel in up in Clinton, Canada. The Inn opened up in 2019. Just in time for the pandemic to make it start a little more stunted than it would have liked, but I became aware of the end and began talking to Kelly about a year ago. And I was keen to explore, you know, what would it look like to create a gravel in many of you may know that over in Europe, Bike hotels are quite prevalent anywhere. There's a bike hotspot. You can find a hotel that will cater to your needs. With little touches, like having a pump or an area to clean your bike, but just the general friendliness to guess rumbling through the door. Dirty and in their Lycra. Kelly gives us an overview of what his vision was and what inspired him to start to the two D gravel in, in Clinton, Canada. Before we jump in, I need to thank this week sponsor. Logos components. Logos Components is introducing their new omnium lineup of wheels. Logos comes from the mind of Randall Jacobs and the team at Thesis bike. The regular listener knows randall well as the co-host of in the dirt on this podcast but also increasingly a number of individual episodes where randall's taking his deep technical knowledge and interviewing guests for the podcast we recently recorded episode 136 about what makes a great gravel wheel set. Where Randall broke down from the hubs to the spokes, to the rims, all the things you should be considering when purchasing a gravel wheel set. As it turns out the Logus omnium collection is the manifestation. Of all those criteria Randall has meticulously gone through and specked each component for what he believes makes the best wheel set out there. I encourage you to listen to that episode 136, to get an understanding about what these wheel sets have to offer. The team has launched the wheel set at an introductory price of $999. And has wheels available in 650, 700 C and 29er. So I encourage you to go check them out at www.logoscomponents.com. I've personally spent a lot of time on wheels designed by Randall And most recently spent time on the 700 C version of the logos wheels. And I can attest they're completely bomber and on par with the best wheels I've ever written. So go check them out at www.logoscomponents.com. If you have any questions after listening to that episode, 136. Feel free to jump into the ridership and talk to randall directly And or other riders that may have experience on the product With that said let's jump right over to my interview with kelly from d gravel In. Kelly welcome to the show. [00:03:16] Kelly: Thanks for having me. [00:03:17] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I'm excited to get into the conversation and learn a little bit more about the 2d gravel in am. I pronouncing it? [00:03:24] Kelly: Yeah. It's pronounced Tuti. So Tuti in Italian means everyone or all. So that's a nice word. It's cute, but it's also the spirit of our business. Everyone's welcome here to come gravel ride. [00:03:37] Craig Dalton: Amazing. Well, let's start off by getting a little bit about your background as a cyclist, and then we'll transition to how you discovered Clinton and, and why creating this, this gravel specific in was in your, in your vision. [00:03:51] Kelly: Yeah, I mean, pretty random for me with my sort of foray into cycling I loved motorcycles to begin with as a kid. I had a BMX bike, but primarily it was dirt bikes. Grew up in the prairies of Canada, I would say north of Montana. So the province of Saskatchewan. So. Farm country, that kind of thing. Yeah, cut to the chase. I was out dirt biking with a friend and adventurous, young guys were 15 and we saw a couple of dirt bikers professionals in a, in a magazine high fiving in the air as they jumped and then. You know, we just thought, Hey, we can do that. and yeah, it didn't go so well. So, yeah, you know, big crash totaled the bike off broke my right femur. My right, pinky finger, my wrist and my elbow in the crash. So, Yeah, my buddy got away a little less worse for wear. He broke his toe, but anyhow, just yeah, long story short bone specialist suggested getting into something other than BMX riding for rehab of the femur. So he didn't say gravel bikes or road bike or anything like that. But he said, you know, what about these mountain bikes kind of thing? So, yeah, about the the bike that I could afford at the time. So the cheapest bike I could get my hands on that was halfway decent and yeah, started rolling and getting the femur going and then Yeah entered my first race after I was feeling, feeling better and all the cast came off and whatnot and ended up winning the beginner category and then yeah, was hooked and yeah, never touched a dirt bike again until just recently got one again. But yeah, this was pretty random, but yeah, that's the way it goes in life sometimes. Right. Just like how we've ended up in Clinton. Just yeah. You never know how things are gonna. Shape up. So just the adventure continue. [00:05:34] Craig Dalton: After those early sort of racing experiences, did you continue racing? [00:05:38] Kelly: Yeah. Yeah. I I really loved it. I, I wouldn't say you know, yeah, it, it was interesting. I was a young guy trying to find my way in the world. Working night jobs you know, going to university, that kind of thing. Yeah, I really love cycling, you know, for the comradery of it, the people that you met, I met my best friends through cycling over the years and yeah, I did. Okay. Like focused on cross country and, you know, had some, you know, halfway decent results, I would say here in Canada and Yeah, I really enjoyed it. You know? I wouldn't say I trained maybe the best, you know, the most proper way, but yeah, no, I had had some, had some good times out there but I had the foresight to pack it in and, and not just keep you know, continuing with racing, thinking I'm gonna keep improving. I sort of saw the writing on the wall, which is. You know, just I thought I got as fast as I could get, so yeah, I ended up going tree planting. So, I did that for a number of years. I didn't complete university, unfortunately, as many, as many people haven't, but yeah, life took another turn and then went out tree planting. Here in Canada, but also in Scotland as well for a couple of Springs. And yeah, planting is kind of, interesting too. It's you only get in, you only get out what you put in just like cycling. So, yeah, it's pretty hard work and whatnot, but yeah, I did that for a number of summers and then hadn't touched the bike for a long, long time, but again, the bike came back into my life and another sort of random. Sort of way. Yeah, after I was done tree planting, so yeah. [00:07:07] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's funny. You mentioned tree planting. I had an employee of mine many years ago, who was a Canadian. Who was involved in tree planting and every summer she would ask for a leave of absence to go back to it. It was a [00:07:19] Kelly: oh yeah. [00:07:20] Craig Dalton: she loved it. She just thought it was just sort of this great experience. And so it's funny to hear you mention that. [00:07:25] Kelly: Well, you don't ride, you don't ride your bike too much when you're planting. That's also another thing, you know, I would always put a deposit on a bike before I'd head out to the Bush kind of thing in the spring and wouldn't get a chance to touch it till the fall and ride it for a little bit and then it would snow. So, yeah. Did it for a number of years, about seven seasons. And then Yeah, got back into cycling with some of the mountain bike stage races that were happening trans Rockies and Lada and trans ALP and things like that. So, yeah. Then I hung up the bags in the shovel, so to speak with planting. [00:07:55] Craig Dalton: Right, right on. Amazing. Yeah, it was funny as, as we were, as I was prepping for this conference this conversation I was thinking about and researching where Clinton was and wondering if in my trans Rockies mountain bike stage or ACE experience, I got close to Clinton and it didn't look like it did. [00:08:13] Kelly: no, no. Yeah. You, you had been in well to the east of us who knows maybe you and I have crossed paths. Did it a couple of times? Yeah, 2005 and 2007 and yeah. Yeah, it was it was a great experience. So that just fired me up for, for cycling. Again, I'd always love cycling, always followed it while I was planting, but yeah, that really reignited my love for it. It's it's still going these days. Trans rock still happening. They have a gravel event as well. [00:08:40] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred percent. In fact, I just will be prior to this when releasing, releasing an episode from trans Rocky's, gravel, Royal, [00:08:48] Kelly: Hmm, awesome. [00:08:49] Craig Dalton: a lot of those memories, you know, [00:08:51] Kelly: Oh, for sure. [00:08:52] Craig Dalton: experienced, they, you know, the daily recap videos, the camping experience, there's just a, a great way to spend a week. [00:09:00] Kelly: Yep. Totally. [00:09:00] Craig Dalton: So at what point did you discover gravel bikes, drop bar bikes. [00:09:05] Kelly: Yeah, that's an interesting one. I mean, obviously we run our in 2d, gravel in here and we have guests coming, you know, now from all over Canada, Western Canada, I would say, and some Americans and Europeans and everyone has their sort of timeline, I guess when they've discovered I'll do in parentheses gravel cycling, but We don't get into any sort of, I would say pissing match type thing. Just to use that, that phrase about who's been in it longer and all those sorts of things and how, how long ago we knew about it. But again, we grew up in the Prairie sort of area of Canada and there wasn't, you know, Sweet, you know, single track or anything like that out there. So you were riding farm roads and gravel roads on your mountain bike. So, yeah, that's what we had to ride and you know, it it, it was awesome. You could just go and you could go forever as you know. So, yeah that was, you know, obviously back in the day, but I would say. For me the, you know, why I've, you know, set up here in our guest suite you know, in front of the bicycle that you see behind me, that's a bike I rode in Lero. I've done it a couple of times. So, did it in 2012 and yeah, that, that event in Italy the original one had a real impact on me with gravel cycling was over there. I was a rep in the industry for a number of years. And yeah, I was over there and you know, just on some holidays and then thought, oh, you know, this, this Lero event looks cool. Let's do that. And yeah, I just couldn't believe the, the passion and, and, you know, the dust flying on the gravel roads and, you know, the drop bar bikes and everything, you know, albeit vintage bikes. And I thought, wow, this is awesome. Like, look at this, look at the, you know, really it was about the passion. Look at the passion people have for, for doing this and the landscapes and. You know, the serenity of it, just getting away from it, all getting off the paved surfaces. It's not mountain biking obviously, but it has some elements of you know, off-road riding clearly. Right. Which appealed to me. But then the speed of, of road cycling, which I, I, I went through my road phase too, I would say. But yeah, I just didn't like being around cars, you know, just really liked being off the beaten path, so to speak. So yeah, I would say it was Laro that really. Just opened my eyes to, to these bikes, you know, really coming back to where they originated, right? Like they were ridden on gravel roads before all the, you know, roads were, were, were paved, you know, in Europe and north America, obviously. So all these images we have in our guest suites of the geo Tolia, for instance, you know, The riders going over these gravel roads high in the mountains, you know, that's that really struck a chord with me. So I came back and told a friend of mine who owns a bike shop, a really successful bike shop in Squamish BC here, where we used to live for about 12 years that you know, Hey, This I didn't say gravel site playing for sure. But I just said this, this, you know, Lero thing, this, this drop bar bikes on, on gravel roads is I, you know, it's gonna be something, this is, this is awesome. And Squamish is more well known for, for, you know, being maybe the best place in the world to ride mountain bike right now. And he kind of, he didn't laugh at me, but he is like, you're crazy, you know, that's, you know, but. Yeah. And then here we are. So, yeah, it was Laro for sure. A hundred percent. That's the, the one in, in, in Tuscany first weekend of October is the best I think event I've ever I've ever participated in. [00:12:23] Craig Dalton: Amazing. And tell me first off, I'm, I'm interested in how you first discovered Clinton, but for those of us who are geographically challenged for Canadians Canadian landscape, where, where is Clinton in the country and, and where is sort of closer by way points, people might be familiar with. [00:12:40] Kelly: Yeah, I mean, I'll maybe with the geography where it's located the closest sort of major center would be a city called Camloops. So Camloops is you know, got a, a huge history with cycling, but Yeah right now there's a company called we one composite that we ride their, their wheels. They produce carbon fiber wheels there. They're located there. Yeah, I mean, south sort of central British Columbia. Definitely not, not Northern BC, but we're about two hours. Say from Whistler. To give people an idea. So, yeah, you you're, you're definitely out of the populated areas of British Columbia. It's really wide open terrain here at me and ride in every direction. So, yeah, that's where we're located. I guess the most famous spot would be, would be Whistler, you know, International, you know, mountain bike destination. So yeah, just a couple hours drive north from there, but yeah, totally different zone than than around a Whistler. [00:13:36] Craig Dalton: How did you yeah. How did you find yourself there? And, and what did you discover on those first rides? [00:13:42] Kelly: yeah, I mean, it was again random. I just maybe keep using that word. Just was a rep in the industry, like I said, and you know, would travel from living in Squamish and around British Columbia to see, see my accounts and yeah kept coming up to this region that, that we call home now in Clinton, it's called the caribou region. Of BC. And yeah. See my, my accounts up here and do some riding, do some races and then have a good friend that lives up here just north of us. And he's a pilot in with firefighting. So, and a cyclist as well. And he was always, you know, like, Hey, I know you live in Squamish, but you know, Hey, you should get up to the caribou. It's awesome. Up here. Know for cycling. And again, he didn't say gravel cycling, but he flies over all these roads that we now ride. So he has a real bug in my ear, just, you know, Hey, come on, you know, just spend some more time up here. Cause I'd always be up here and through here, but just, you know, spend more time, not just, you know, an afternoon or a day, you know, so kept doing that, kept doing that. And then. I would point back to really 2019, the fall of 2019 was up here shooting some photos with a brand called seven mesh who's from Squamish they're they're they're yeah, an awesome brand making some of the best clothing out there and yeah, just they invited me to come up, shoot some photos and I think it was really meant to be for me to be here at that time. Yeah, it all clicked. I mean, the weather was clicking or out, you know, shooting photos on these roads, which I'd ridden before. And I looked over to the photographer and I just said, you know, like, this is awesome. Like, this is unreal. And, and really just to, just to sort of round this out, I was heading to Italy a couple of days after the shoot to go do the out route. Stelio in Bo. I've been there many times. And I basically said to, to the photographer, I just said, you know, why am I going to Italy? Like this is paradise for gravel cycling. Not, not, not, not road riding, but gravel cycling. This gives me the same vibes as I get. Flying all the way around the world, going to our friend's bike hotel in Bormio and like this is amazing. And yeah, that night I went back to where we were staying and I looked at real estate and pulled up the houses for sale in Clinton because. I saw Clinton as a, you know, the center of it all he could ride in, you know, every direction, in my opinion. And yeah, called a realtor, found a house that looked like it would fit the bill, a big old house, commercially owned. And yeah, he picked up the phone and he met me there the next day and put an offer that day on it. And yeah, close the deal while we're in Italy at our friends bike hotel telling 'em all about gravel. yeah. [00:16:27] Craig Dalton: What an amazing, amazing origin story there. Did you always have the idea that you were gonna call it a gravel in and make it this hub for adventure? [00:16:35] Kelly: A hundred percent. We had some people say early on, you know, Hey, you're hanging your hat pretty hard on gravel. Like, you know, do you know what you're doing? And I said, well, Yeah. What makes this area special is gravel. Like we love mountain biking too. We have mountain bikes, but for me, what and my wife, Erin as well, what made this area special was gravel cycling. And we wanted to stay specific to that. Anyone can, can ride any bike. As we say, you can ride a mountain bike. You can ride a gravel bike here. Unicycle, you know, whatever, I don't care. It's, it's just, just ride a bike. But yeah, we hung our hat on gravel because yeah, we wanna do to focus right on, on gravel cycling and building a community here around cycling because it's more of an industry community it's origins which is fine. I've worked in industry back to the tree planting, so it's all coming back, back to together, but yeah, gravel That that's our focus. That's what we really love. It's really. Come on with me just the last number of years, I just love the solitude of it, just getting away from it all. So, and there's no bike hotels around really north America. I mean, I, I can't, there is no other gravel cycling hotel that I'm aware of. I mean, there should be a network around and we wanna do stake our claim to that and, you know, say, Hey, let's, let's get this going. Like, let's. Have facilities for, for cyclists, let's create culture here with cycling you know, and good community sort of support and have some fun while we're doing it. So, yeah, we hung our hat a hundred percent on gravel calling it 2d gravel in. So [00:18:05] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's great. Yeah. I think you're right in north America while I can point to a few kind of cycling specific hotels. It's nowhere near what you have in Europe and elsewhere in the world. And there's some subtleties. When you go into a cycling hotel or cycling accommodations, they just have the little things for you, right? They've got a, a place where you can wash your bike. They've got pumps, they've got tools and the staff is always well versed in what are the local roots and local highlights. So I think it's a great concept. And I'm, I've been big on the podcast about talking about gravel travel. And a lot of times that gets couched in a conversation about a particular event. So you might go to Colorado to go to S B T gravel or up to Canada for trans Rockies, gravel, Royal, but in some ways, traveling to a place like Clinton and, and you're in is even a better use of your time because unlike a race where you might be thinking, gosh, I don't know whether I'm gonna be like complete it, or I have aspirations of going really fast. Obviously you're gonna be super focused and you're not gonna do a lot of riding. In the days leading up to the race. But if you go on a gravel cycling holiday, all you're gonna do is ride. You know, you're gonna go up there for four days and you're gonna pick four mega roots and just ride as much as you possibly can. [00:19:23] Kelly: Yeah, that's true. We, we love racing and we will put on a race here next year. We do a char, we did a charity ride here called caribou gravel rush. So yeah, we love organized events and, and things like that. But yeah, first things first we wanna create a good community sort of. Spirit here around cycling. Everyone's in favor of what we're doing. Everyone's really supportive, lots of high fives and, you know, thumbs up and whatnot from the ranchers and people like that. So, But yeah, you definitely can come to a place like ours or some of the other hotels around the world and yeah, you can spend your money in a little different way. You can ride, you know, to a lake and go jump in the lake, chill out, have some beers. But yeah, we can also provide people with some pretty big rides that , you know, we don't try and blow smoke. Obviously we need to promote our business. But yeah, we've got some rides here that are truly epic. I mean, that's an overused term in my opinion. Yeah, we, we have some epic rides here that definitely can punish you and spit you out the other side if, if you're looking for that, but there's also rides here that, like I said, you can just go on a nice. You know, fairly chill ride and, you know, go through some ranches and see some, some wildlife and things like that. So, but yeah, racing's awesome too. Just just different, same but different, right. [00:20:41] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I've had the benefit of looking at your website and looking at a map and getting a sense for where Clinton is. And you've spoken a little bit about. You know, the remoteness of the in, if someone was coming for two or three days, how would you describe the type of riding you would suggest? Let's just sort of make the assumption that the group is relatively fit and, and up for, you know, three, four hour, five hour rides, what would you be preparing them for expectation wise, if you were to say like, these are the three route I would have you go on during your three day. [00:21:14] Kelly: yeah, there's definitely some classic roots. I mean, there's, you know, I. Pick my favorite roots and just say, Hey, you should really go here. You know, this is a must do. Just like if you were to go somewhere else, I mean, the trainers is, is incredibly varied. So what we like to do is yeah, suggest roots for people. A lot of them have never been here. We are, we do have a lot of return guests, but for people, for instance, that have never been here. We love blowing them away because we know what's out there. And they don't right. They just maybe see photos or something like that or heard things, but we know what's out there. So we love it. When we send people out on a route and say, Hey, you're gonna go here. You're gonna see this, this, this, and this, and we're really stoked to, to hear what, what you say when you when you come back and that's what makes it all worth it for us when people roll back in here and, you know, Hey, we're, we're you know, self-conscious about it. Let's be honest. We want people to have a good time. And we're like, Hey, what did you think? And people like their eyes are just like wide open. Like that was the best ride I've ever done. Or that was amazing. Or, oh my God, I didn't expect that. So, yeah, we've got it all. Truly, we've got really more desolate sort of wide open desert-like kind of roads. Out here. We've got roads going through the mountains lakes and things and yeah, lots of randomness it's really mixed here. So, what we do try to prepare people for is just to say, Hey, you know, what do you like? What kind of riding do you like? Do you like descending? Do you like megas deep climbs? You like suffering? What do you like? And, and then we try to do the best we can to create custom roots for our guests. Yeah, we love doing that because again, we have the knowledge we live here day in, day out. We know all the ins and outs, all the little secret spots, we know the ranchers and so on. And yeah, we just, we love that. So, Yeah, people can, can really tick off a lot of boxes you know, here, and they can also discover some boxes, so to speak that they didn't new existed. Like there's a ferry here where you can take a, you know, a cablecar ferry across the most important river, major river called the Frazier river here in BC and go to the other side of the river and, you know, Like that's part of your ride. There's, there's not many places or really anywhere that I know of that you can do things like that. Just mid ride and it's free. And, and it's just yeah. What an experience that is. So, [00:23:39] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's quite an, that makes for quite an adventure, for sure. You know, one of the things, obviously across north America, you've got lots of places that are flatter with undulating Hills. I'm assuming in that region of Canada. The climbs that you're encountering are, are fairly substantial in nature. [00:23:55] Kelly: Yeah, there's some for sure. I mean, this wouldn't be like, you're maybe going you know, to the Alps or the Domine or something like that in Italy, you know, but there's some really steep climbs here. There's a one climb in particular that, you know, it's marked in half kilometer. Or, you know, miles to, to people following in the us in, in, you know, half sort of, segments like that, because you're going so slow but such beautiful scenery. I mean, you're just crawling along, you know, suffering away, looking at the scenery around you. So, yeah, and it can get hot here. You know, it's a really diverse sort of. You know, ecosystem or environment, I guess we have here, so really mixed bags. So, yeah, I mean, it's just there are some tough climbs around, there's lots of rolling terrain, but for people that like to climb that sort of you know, puff their feathers out like that, that they love to climb, then definitely we can provide that. And there's many stratas segments here to, to go chase down. So for sure, there's some Hills here. [00:24:53] Craig Dalton: What would sort of be the, the longest climb you could get in front of, in terms of feet or meters of, [00:24:58] Kelly: Oh, yeah. I would say maybe about the, the, the toughest one around is to say about doesn't sound like much about a 10 K climb. So, but the grades are just really, really steep. It'll take most people, some people would walk it to be honest, we've got some Hills like that. So about 10 K and Yeah, just really steep in grades. But lots of switch back so that, that goes and you know, Softens it a little bit, at least you can turn a corner or two and have a look and, you know, be tough to go and take photos and pull your iPhone out and take a photo on, on that one. But and there's lots more here, right? I mean, we don't profess to know it all. I mean, we we love, enjoy enjoying to get out there to to explore and find new roots and new climbs and new places for our guests to ride. So, yeah, there's probably some more out there that. We haven't ridden yet, but yeah, we just keep pushing, but yeah, there's some big Hills for sure. Climbers are welcome here. [00:25:56] Craig Dalton: And let's transition now and let's talk about the, in itself. If you could just give us a little bit of an overview of like how many people you can accommodate, what, what the experience looks like, you know, are you, are you dining exclusively at the end or does Clinton have other restaurants to offer and other activities? [00:26:14] Kelly: Yeah, like I said, it's a big old commercially zoned house. So yeah, we can accommodate really big groups. We've got two guest suites at the moment soon to be three. So our main guest suite that I'm in now is a five bed, two bath guest suites. So completely separate and private from the others. We've had up depending if we have couples. So we've had up to 12 guests in here. And then another adjoining suite that's again, separate is a nice little one bed, one bath. So we've had, you know, up to four in there depending, you know, just there's a sofa bed in there as well. So we keep expanding and so that that's there. And then we've just built a hundred square foot, little Bunky, as we say. Outback. So a little tiny house. Some people would sort of maybe refer to it as that. So which will, will accommodate another two people when it's complete. So, yeah, we've had really big groups, so yeah, I mean really depending on, on who it is and if it's couples or singles or whatever, you know, we're approaching, you know, really, you. 1516 guests quite comfortably just in this property. So, and then, yeah, we, we do have our eyes on expansion all all the time, but this house has a, has a really neat story behind it as well. I'm not sure if I mentioned this to you, but we got a message on Instagram, maybe about a year and a half ago. I'd say from a guy just, you know, following us and, you know, said some nice things and. All that. And at the bottom of the message, he said I'm not sure if he knew, but I grew up in the house and I was like, wow, we grew up in the house. I was like, mm. We knew who we bought from. And it wasn't a gentleman. It was a, it was an older lady. And so I was like, wow, I gotta look at this. Guy's his profile. So, go to his profile and I almost dropped the phone because. Having worked in the bike industry. I knew some of the, the people in the industry I'd never met this gentleman, but it turns out it turns out it'd be a guy named Peter valence used to be a brand manager at Rocky mountain bicycles. And then now is current global vice president of product at Cannondale. So, I mean, it still gives us goose bumps and, and whatnot. That he grew up here. His family did a pottery business here, which we knew about the pottery business, but I never ever thought it would be the same, the same family. So, Peter was just here earlier in August, which was a big, you know, milestone for us, what a cool experience to have him and his entire family and their kids here where they grew up and So, yeah, that's the story of the, in a lot of people call it the, in now we, we noticed that after, you know, three years in business is our third year in business. So it's a bit of the, the history on the, on the property. Yeah. [00:28:52] Craig Dalton: cool. And then as far as like, as far as, are you doing a bed and breakfast style where you're serving breakfast and dinner or what? What's the story [00:28:59] Kelly: You know, with the, the name Tuti, I mean, obviously we love Italy. We've had a lot of great times over there and, you know, not just cycling, I mean, you know, food. So, we offer woodfired pizza. My wife Erin makes the dough homemade. We get vegetables and. Things that we need locally from, from farmer's markets and ranches and things like that. And so we offer that if guests wanna book that with us, they, they can add that on to their stay. We have a, a coffee bar out back with a rocket espresso machine another Italian sort of touch there. If people want, you know, great coffee in the morning, we can do that. Each suite has its own kitchen. So, you know, some people like to cook and we wanna, we want to. Facilitate that as well. But then that's kind of where we end things because we also want people to, to go and support some of the local businesses here that we have in Clinton. It's a small little village. It's 600 people ish. At the moment, there's a few little restaurants and, and things like that. So, our attitude is that yeah, obviously come stay with us and we stay gravel specific and, you know, look after people in that regard and a few other little things, Woodard pizza and, and coffee. But we also want people to go to, you know, Check out some of the, the other places in town, there's a pub right across the street. Yeah. We love when our guests go over there, have some beers and we don't have the attitude that, you know, Hey, these are our guests, you know, don't go to other businesses or whatever, because. That's just not you know, our attitude and our spirit behind you know, our business. So, and yeah, it's great. People come and, you know, stay with us and then, yeah, they're free to do what works best for them. And we kind of like the ALA carte sort of, way of doing things. Hey, you might not need coffee or whatever, you know, or wood fired pizza. That's cool. But if you do, Hey, we can, we can work that out. So [00:30:46] Craig Dalton: And then are you, are you offering rental bikes there or are people bringing their own [00:30:50] Kelly: Yep. People bring their bikes. But yeah, we do have rental bikes yeah. To name, drop our, our bikes or land yachts bikes from Vancouver. They're a great supporter of our business. We've been with them from day one using their bikes. We've got some custom bikes for ourselves, but yeah, they make some great Rental bikes for us and for us to get rental bikes as a small business at this time when there's such a bike sort of crunch, so to speak. Yeah, they pulled out all the stops to get us six bikes this year, really beautiful steel steel bikes, and yeah, it's great. We can You know, have our guests, you know, have an experience on their bikes if they've never tried one of their bikes, but we're getting internationals as well now. So, some of those folks we had our first Italian fly over here and he was here for five days and yeah, he rented a bike cause he didn't wanna travel with one. So bike rental's big for us. And yeah, E E gravel is something else we really want to get into as well. Because I think it's It's such a great thing to get more people on bikes, you know, and great for storytelling too, with brands because yeah, they're just fantastic for sure. [00:31:53] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's so nice. You know, on a, on a family holiday to be able to pair up maybe incompatible riders with one on an e-bike and one on a pedal bike. So that's certainly a good option. Speaking of international travels, if someone's coming to the, in internationally, where do they fly into and how long of a drive is it from that airport? [00:32:12] Kelly: Yeah, I would say most people would fly into Vancouver. We've had a few people fly into Seattle and then cross the border and then come up that way. Just say from Vancouver. You know how traffic can be, but you know, four or five hours kind of thing, you know, a really, you know, beautiful drive with options. There's, there's a couple of different ways to, to get up here. A lot of people would probably choose to go up through Whistler. And come this way. And we get some mountain bikers too, that are cyclist. Let's call 'em cyclists, not just mountain bikers, but people that are riding mountain bikes and they ride gravel too. Right. So they come up through Whistler, you know, maybe do a ride and then continue on to Clinton. So I'd say Vancouver, but other than that cam loops would be just over an hour away. And it's a, it's a fairly good sized regional airport with really easy access. [00:33:01] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that makes sense. I certainly see the value of stopping off at Whistler for a few runs on the way that would, that would be [00:33:09] Kelly: bet. Yeah. I mean, yeah, we're we, we mountain bike too. So, I mean, of course we, we focus on gravel, but we're cyclist. And yeah, mountain biking's great. Gravel's great. It's all great. So yeah, I mean, a lot of our guests do other disciplines of, of cycling. But to us, I mean, our sales pitch on gravel to people that maybe haven't tried it yet is you know, this isn't just, I guess our opinion, this is our, you know, three years in business meeting, a lot of people, you know, guests coming to stay with us and, you know, chatting about what they think gravel is or whatever, over a few beers and the backyard having a campfire. Really gravel. I've not seen another discipline in cycling some, you know, someone you could correct me if I'm wrong, that really could, it can, you know, pull in people from all different You know, disciplines of cycling, you know, the roadies, get it, the triathletes are, are, you know, maybe not wanting to go to Whistler to go ride the bike park, you know, for the most part, but Hey, gravel, they get it. They love the speed, you know, suffering, whatever it is. We've had iron man, you know, triathletes, come here, this love suffering. These guys are crazy what they do. So, you know, and then mountain bikers, get it, you know, too because they love being off road. You know, most mountain bikers. Aren't. Riding on, on highways and things like that. So, and then a lot of new people, it's just incredible. We'll see you know, new cyclists here buying their first bike, excuse me. And you know, we're just, you know, doing some research and, and whatnot and say, Hey, like, you know, you've cycled a lot before you're new to cycling. It's like, Nope, I just bought a gravel bike. My friend told me that's what I should get because they're awesome. And it looks like a good time. And, you know, we get a lot of people from urban centers. So, yeah, gravel bike. I mean, yeah, you can use it for, of course gravel cycling but you know, commuting, urban assault, bike, packing, whatever. So they're very versatile. So that's, that's really been a, mindblower seeing people for their first bike to go and, and buy a gravel bike. So truly to us back to that rant is gravel cycling. I truly believe is, is the center of cycling, you know, put that out there, but that's what we've, we've seen, you know, that's what we've seen with our guests. [00:35:14] Craig Dalton: Yeah, yeah. A hundred percent. I mean, I agree with all those points and it's just it's such an inviting part of the sport that gives you the versatility to go wherever you wanna take it. So I'm certainly sold. Obviously, everybody listening to this podcast is on the same page. Kelly totally appreciate giving me the overview of the in. I think it's an exciting concept. As I said in the opening, like I do really love the idea of gravel travel and I think from everything I've seen from where you're located, I don't doubt it's gonna be some great riding up there. So I look forward to getting up there and I wish you well, that's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed that conversation with Kelly and learning more about the riding in Clinton, Canada, and the two D gravel in big thanks to our sponsor logos components and their new omnium wheel set. Check them out at www.logoscomponents.com. 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