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You like Ologists. Ologists write books. You like books, so let's dive into a new, curated sampler platter from your favorite guests' books.. Fill your ears with dark carnivals, boney catacombs, Rocky Mountain bears and wolves, flies you should love, maggots that make you beautiful, fungus that might be evil, why you should not care what other people eat, queer dolphins, invisible moose, monkey facts, fitness/mental health tips, and how to save money at the salon. Let this melange of literary snippets serve as a refresher of favorite episodes, a teaser for ones you haven't heard, or just a gentle nudge toward a bookshop. (Or the link below to buy online.)Links to these books (& the Ologists' episodes)2019's Audiobook Mixtape 1 Episode2021's Audiobook Mixtape 2 EpisodeA donation went to 826LA.orgSmologies (short, classroom-safe) episodesSponsors of OlogiesTranscripts and bleeped episodesBecome a patron of Ologies for as little as a buck a monthOlogiesMerch.com has hats, shirts, hoodies, totes!Follow @Ologies on Twitter and InstagramFollow @AlieWard on Twitter and InstagramEditing by Mercedes Maitland of Maitland Audio ProductionsManaging Director: Susan HaleScheduling Producer: Noel DilworthTranscripts by Emily White of The WordaryWebsite by Kelly R. DwyerTheme song by Nick Thorburn
Have you ever found yourself grappling with unmet expectations in life or relationships? Have you ever wondered why those expectations exist and how they could be managed better? I, Michael Maassel, will take you through my personal journey of understanding and managing expectations in various aspects of life, like personal development and recovery. We'll shed light on how expectations can lead to resentment and how communication becomes crucial in managing these expectations. You'll also explore how to handle expectations in situations that are seemingly out of your control, like dealing with banks.In the latter part of this engaging discussion, we'll focus on how to shape ourselves into better humans through self-awareness and effectively managing our expectations. We'll also touch upon the role of friends in our lives and how we sometimes may have expectations of them. This episode is a sincere attempt to help you introspect about your expectations, whether they are realistic or not, and how you can manage them better to avoid unnecessary resentments. Let's embark on this enlightening journey together, aiming to build better humans.For over 50 years, Harmony Foundation has worked as a nonprofit to serve those seeking recovery from substance addictions. Our residential and intensive outpatient programs are in a collaborative and respectful treatment environment with multiple specialty tracks offering additional support. Our main campus is nestled on a 43-acre campus in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Estes Park, Colorado, that promotes physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. With one of the most robust alumni programs in the county, clients remain connected and empowered for a lifelong journey of recovery. For more information about Harmony Foundation, please visit:www.harmonyfoundationinc.com
First Chair Podcast host George Thomas catches up with Carol Stecker at the Rocky Mountain season kickoff event. Carol has been a Keystone instructor for a long time and joined the season kickoff event to earn more CEUs and engage with other local instructors. George and Carole chatted about the event and how it has progressed this year. Carole talks about what she learned during the event and how she came for one reason and how this event ended up being much more than expected. Carole mentioned that she was genuinely happy that she could keep up with everyone and that she could still perform motion analysis and pick up on other skiers' abilities. They conclude with some goals for the season and the remainder of the season kickoff event.
The Fools make their stop in Lisa's Hold before continuing on into the Forest of Anuk'Xi. They meet a few new NPCs and hit up the shops.Support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/CreativeTypo and get additional content at www.afoolsquest.com. Discord: https://discord.gg/CreativeTypoCast: Mike Cole = Uorag - Druid Furbolg Shifter. Tony Kinney = Eddie Falzone - Human Wizard. Jess Owen = Adira - Fire Genasi Barbarian. Jesse Wicks = Bill Quiverlance - Human Bard. Nico Rodriguez as your DM. Shamas Rodriguez - On A More Serious Note If you would like to follow along with our map, you can find it on our social media pages: www.Facebook.com/afoolsquest / www.Twitter.com/afoolsquest / www.Instagram.com/afoolsquestpodcast Special thank you to our Patreon Executive Producer: Nick Mead Dungeon World: https://dungeon-world.com/ Music: Music Provided in part by Midnight Syndicate. www.MidnightSyndicate.com Additional music provided by Algal the Bard. www.youtube.com/user/alvariu This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4705205/advertisement
First Chair Podcast host George Thomas catches up with Rob Crawford at the T-Bar on Breckenridge mountain. George and Rob talk about leading clinics and covering important information that's needed for the upcoming season. Rob is new to the Aspen Snowsports School staff and is thrilled to learn from some of the best in the industry. Rob is part of the Rocky Mountain Education Staff and talks about the upcoming season and what he expects and hopes for this season. The Rocky Mountain region has opened up the season kickoff event to the general members for the first time this year and now, they get to explore and expand upon this event and what to expect. PSIA-AASI members have joined this event to learn and earn CEUs. Rob talks about how he has made the group he's leading more fun and engaging. George and Rob chat about goals for the season and how to utilize the Learning Connection Model in everyday life.
We are moving to the center of the country with this episode. Before the beginning of the Civil War through the decade of the 1870s, the Army was busy in the center of the country. This episode will serve as bridge between the end of the Civil War and the Sioux and Lakota Wars of the 1870s. As settlement stretched west, there were clashes between native peoples and the Army. In a familiar story, dissatisfaction with treaties and the ongoing conquest of native lands, forced the hand of many Tribes, leading to war. The Fetterman fight, and Washita are bellwethers for the future of native peoples being able to coexist with Euro-American settlers. Take a listen! Have a question, comment, concern, or compliment? Contact us at email@example.com. You can also leave comments and your questions on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/americaatwarpodcast/. Thanks for listening!
Starlight Thursdays Episode 188 featuring PARRIS. Let's give him a warm welcome to the series. It's always exciting to feature a DJ we haven't before. He has an amazing mixing style and I just can't get enough of it. I'm sure you guys will enjoy digging into this one. What's your DJ name? - PARRIS, its my last name How long have you been DJing? - About 15 years. Although I took a 3 year break and came back to it in July of 2022. Why did you get into it? - I was working at a bar and I had a friend that was a DJ who told me he thought I had good taste in music and that I should give it a shot. So after he would DJ at the bar, we would after party at his house and I learned on Serato using control vinyl and Tech 12's. I instantly fell in love with it and bought myself a DJ controller. It was a Vestax VCI-300 if I remember right. With an FX processor. At the same time I was doing security for Music Lives Here shows and got to play my first shows with them. What events have you played? - I've played many of the Music Lives Here events around the state as well as most of the bars in downtown Bozeman. Pirate Party always stands out, but lots of other festivals. As of late, I've been playing at the Zebra in downtown Bozeman. In Fact, my next live gig is there, Dec 16th, with Red Velvet and Forrest. Where do you live? - I live in a very small town on the Rocky Mountain front called Choteau. I'm only here until next spring and then I'll probably move to Helena. Its very quiet in Choteau. I don't have a lot of friends here, so I've turned to artistry and creativity with all my free time. I work with music and wood. Where are you from originally? - It's hard to say. I grew up moving around a lot. My dad was in the Navy, so I spent a lot of time in San Diego. He was a recruiter in Missoula for 4 years though, and when he retired, we moved outside of Great Falls, MT. I was 16 at the time. So I finished school in Montana before going into the military myself. What inspires you to DJ? - Music is magical. It can alter your mood.pDistract you from things. If you make music, you can be creative with it. I'm not great at producing music yet, but I'm a great DJ. So finding, ordering, manipulating, and blending songs together allows me to unleash the greatness within. I like to think we all have at least one thing we're good at, mine is DJing. That might sound a little vain or egotistical, but I have a lot of practice at something I'm passionate about, and I feel the time I put into a mix really shines through. What inspires you about electronic music culture? - This will probably date me a bit, but the idea of PLUR was always very appealing to me. Especially the Unity. I feel I just fit in with the people that enjoy EDM culture. I think we all search for a sense of belonging and that's where I found it. What Genres are in your mix? - This mix is House, Bass House, and Tech House. But I mix all kinds of music. My favorite mix on my Soundcloud is called, Decompression Session. It's mostly late 90's trip hop with a little pop sprinkled in. Its super chill. A few words about your mix? - I put hours into this mix. It's about as flawless as I can make something sound. I hope you enjoy it. My favorite song in the mix is at 28:37, Diplo & Walker & Royce Feat. Channel Tres - Diamond Therapy. I like the feel of Hip Hop with a House beat. I have a few songs in the mix that are like that. And my favorite transition starts at 40:42. I just really like the way the phrasing of the two songs lined up perfectly in the mix. For more of PARRIS's amazing mixes check out www.soundcloud.com/parris1
When do we push through to the intended goal and when does discretion advise turning back? Two questions that must come together in the life of faith: What are my goals for my life? What is God's will for my life? And stay tuned for this year's Thanksgiving Trivia as we celebrate this great day! A special thanks, as always, to Bruce Frye for the theme song, "Heart of a Champion." Check out more of Bruce's music and ministry at Bruce Frye Ministries - Singer, Songwriter & Evangelist | Online Christian Music and Book Store McLeansville Baptist Church - McLeansville, NC
Going Long Podcast SERIES HIGHLIGHT Episode 370: How Investing in MultiFamily Can Help You Find Your Life's Purpose ( To see the Video Version of today's conversation just CLICK HERE. ) In the conversation with today's guest, Mike Deaton, you'll learn the following: [00:44 - 03:43] Show introduction with comments from Billy. [03:43 - 07:49] Guest introduction and first questions. [07:49 - 20:33] The backstory and decisions made that led Mike to this point in his journey. [20:33 - 26:58] How Mike was able to cultivate the mindset that made his goals and dreams become reality. [26:58 - 32:29] What gave Mike the drive and audacity to invest long distance and out of State in Real Assets, rather than sticking to his local market locations. [32:29 - 35:49] Mike talks about the power of networking and working with others, and how he personally went about bringing together his ideal team. Here's what Mike shared with us during today's conversation: Where in the world Mike is based currently: Rocky Mountains, Colorado. The most positive thing to happen in the past 24 hours: Spent labor day with his wife, unplugged from work and recharging! Favourite European city: Prague, Czech Republic. A mistake that Mike would like you to learn from so that you don't have to pay full price: It's critical to know who is leading whatever deal you are going into! They need to have the character and values of somebody that you want to have on your side. Book Recommendation: Mindset, by Carol Dweck. https://www.amazon.com/Mindset-Psychology-Carol-S-Dweck/dp/0345472322 Be sure to reach out and connect with Mike Deaton by using the info below: Landing Page: https://deatonequitypartners.com/freedom To see the Video Version of today's conversation just CLICK HERE. How to leave a review for The Going Long Podcast: https://youtu.be/qfRqLVcf8UI Start taking action TODAY so that you can gain more Education and Control over your financial life. Be sure to connect with Billy! He's made it easy for you to do…Just go to any of these sites: Website: www.billykeels.com Youtube: billykeels Facebook: Billy Keels Fan Page Instagram: @billykeels Twitter: @billykeels LinkedIn: Billy Keels
First Chair Podcast host George Thomas. You'll hear from Board President Robin May at the season kickoff event in the Rocky Mountain Region. The season is starting across the country and our regions are ready for an adventurous season ahead. The point of this season kickoff event is a social and networking event but it also is a sign of the season getting underway. Robin discusses what the event is all about and why it's important to congregate with members from around the Rocky Mountain region. Robin and George talk about the premier member experience and the association alignment. Listen to this quick pod to get insight on some of our regional leaders thought.
Peter May received a Bachelor of Science in architecture from the University of Michigan in 1988. In 1990, he began consulting on, designing, and building passive solar and bioharmonic structures. He is a meditation teacher, triathlete, natural alchemist, fire manager, wilderness guide, and Grammy award winning producer and musician. He teaches Conservation Biology and Spirituality at Colorado College. His work with Paul Winter and Richard Cooke on the album “Crestone”, which received a Grammy award in 2008, helped him refine his art of playing and recording music with animals out in nature. His current work is expanding to playing and recording music with the plant and mineral kingdoms. He has also been facilitating Paul Winter's Adventures in SoundPlay sessions since 2006 and sound journeys since 2008. In 2006, Peter began distilling essential oil from several native Rocky Mountain plant species. He continues this distillation art and produces one of the finest piñon pine (Pinus edulis) oils in the world. Peter creates acoustically tuned plant and mineral alchemies with essential oils and offers them in his Sound Journeys to support increased awareness and healing on the levels of body, energy, and mind. His new endeavor in creating sonic alchemies is available through his nature fusion band, The Sonic Apothecary. Peter May: https://www.windhorsealchemy.com/ Crestone, produced by Paul Winter and Peter May: https://paulwinter.com/crestone/ Natalie Brown: http://www.soundshealstudio.com http://www.facebook.com/soundshealstudio.com http://www.instagram.com/nataliebrownsoundsheal http://www.youtube.com/soundshealstudio Music by Natalie Brown, Hope & Heart http://www.youtu.be/hZPx6zJX6yA This episode is sponsored by The Om Shoppe. The OM Shoppe & Spa offers a vast array of Sound Healing and Vibrational Medicine tools for serious professionals and for those ready to make sound and vibration part of their ongoing lifestyle. More and more we are coming to understand that our individual wellness is a direct reflection of our personal vibration. How we care for ourselves, our physical bodies, our minds and our spirits. The OM Shoppe is ready to help you today in a variety of ways. They offer the countries largest showroom of Quartz Crystal Singing bowls, sound healing instruments and vibrational medicine tools. If you are ready to uplevel your sound healing practice The OM Shoppe is a great place to get guidance and direction. They are available to consult with you directly by phone or you can shop online. They really enjoy getting to know their clients and customers one on one to better help recommend the right sound healing tools in the right tones for you. Call them today or visit them at http://www.theomshoppe.com. If you are ever near Sarasota, Florida, do consider stopping in and visiting with them or enjoy a luxury spa treatment such as sound healing, energy work, massage, vibroacoustics or hypnotherapy. They truly offer a full holistic experience for practitioners and those seeking healing through natural means.
Monday's game between the Nashville Predators and Colorado Avalanche features Ryan Johansen's return to Smashville for the first time since his trade to the Rocky Mountains. Joey deserves a rousing reception for his years in gold, but will the Preds' faithful give it to him? Plus, the Predators snapped their losing streak with a big 4-2 win over Connor Bedard and the Chicago Blackhawks, and it was all thanks to clutch performances from a few unlikely heroes. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Greetings! You are valuable and important, yes you are... to God and to all the people in your life. And thank you being here now. This is Episode 185 the Thursday Street Sermon "I exercise myself" from Louisville, Colorado. It's linked to its video. Blessings! :)—JC. ★ Support this podcast ★
Good morning! Thank you for loving and serving our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen. This is Episode 186 from Nederland, Colorado "Having more perfect knowledge of that way" and yes, it's a long title but a short message. Just something to think about. It's linked to its video. Blessings! :)—JC. ★ Support this podcast ★
Are you ready to take a transformative journey with me and my running buddy Taylor? Strap on your running shoes and prepare for a powerful conversation about the profound ways running and recovery intersect. Taylor's battle with alcohol and his subsequent journey to sobriety led him to the world of running, an activity that has been instrumental in his recovery process. He shares his inspiring tale of how he regained his self-confidence, one step at a time, on the running track. Just as running is about maintaining focus and moving forward, so is the process of recovery – a captivating parallel that we explore in this conversation. Then, we dive into the gritty reality of injuries, a common obstacle in the running world. Taylor shares his experience of facing an injury and turning it into a blessing in disguise. We discuss how the downtime due to injury gave him the opportunity for introspection and allowed him to come back stronger and more determined. The conversation also covers the importance of seeking help and support during difficult times, emphasizing self-care and emotional connection as integral elements of self-improvement. So, whether you're a recovering addict, a budding runner, or someone seeking motivation to take up a new hobby, this dialogue has plenty to offer. Remember, help is always available, and together, we can become better humans.For over 50 years, Harmony Foundation has worked as a nonprofit to serve those seeking recovery from substance addictions. Our residential and intensive outpatient programs are in a collaborative and respectful treatment environment with multiple specialty tracks offering additional support. Our main campus is nestled on a 43-acre campus in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Estes Park, Colorado, that promotes physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. With one of the most robust alumni programs in the county, clients remain connected and empowered for a lifelong journey of recovery. For more information about Harmony Foundation, please visit:www.harmonyfoundationinc.com
The Monty Show has the latest on the Michigan Football cheating scandal. How much trouble is Michigan Football in and what is the focus of the Michigan Football investigations. With the knowledge that US Integrity is involved, should fans assume gambling is part of the investigation? BuckedUp Energy are giving you 6 FREE Buck Shots! Click here to get them NOW! https://get.buckedup.com/ambbshlp1/?uid_m=426032&l_id=426 Draymond Green and Rudy Gobert had an ugly altercation on the court last night, that ended up with Draymond Green getting Rudy Gobert in a choke hold in the middle of a full on brawl. What is Draymond Green's role on the Golden State Warriors, and what should the punishment be? Are you playing PrizePicks? Get 100% deposit matching right now, click here: https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/MONTY Chet Holmgren and Victor Wembanyama went head to head, and it was a gigantic bust, as both guys had disappointing nights. Who is the better player, and at the end of the day, who has the better career, Chet or VW? Stop complaining about your job, your boss, your debt...start living the life you have always dreamed of NOW and sign up for a 30 day trial membership at Try Day Trading! www.TryDayTrading.Com/Monty Is it Josh Allen or the Buffalo Bills? The Buffalo Bills got embarrassed on Monday Night Football, and Josh Allen did not play well, including more turnovers. Is Josh Allen still an elite QB? Do the Buffalo Bills need a coaching change or is it a talent problem? The Advocates are experienced injury attorneys who will fight for the settlement you deserve without collecting a dime from you! Chat with an attorney NOW online for free! www.TheAdvocates.com Are you a dog or a cat person? There is a story developing of a dog staying with his owner for two months after the owner passed away hiking the Rocky Mountains in Southern Colorado. It is an amazing display of perseverance and loyalty by the dog!
Good morning my friend! Thank you for being YOU! You are very important. We can both know that by what the Maker of heaven and earth says about you, it's in The Holy Bible. Amen. This is Episode 184 Wednesday Street Sermon here in Boulder, Colorado "This I Confess" based upon Acts 24:14 KJV. Thank you! (title is linked to its video)—JC. ★ Support this podcast ★
The PAC 12 are all in court today fighting for control of the PAC 12 Conference. Can the PAC 2, Oregon State and Washington State retain control of the cash and assets of the PAC 12? Can the PAC 12 be reimagined into a Power 5 conference once again? What if the PAC 12 goes back to the exiting 10 members of the PAC 12? Where will Oregon State and Washington State turn for the 2024 season? BuckedUp Energy are giving you 6 FREE Buck Shots! Click here to get them NOW! https://get.buckedup.com/ambbshlp1/?uid_m=426032&l_id=426 Is ESPN and College Game Day disrespecting Oregon State by skipping Washington at Oregon State this week for James Madison, who is undefeated and looking for bowl eligibility from the NCAA. Is it unfair to Oregon State? Is ESPN trying to keep from publicizing the Oregon State story, thereby damaging Oregon State's opportunity for membership in other conferences? Are you playing PrizePicks? Get 100% deposit matching right now, click here: https://prizepicks.onelink.me/ivHR/MONTY Tonight we get Victor Wembanyama vs Chet Holmgren in a head to head matchup. Which rookie is better now, and which one will be better when their career are all said and done? Is OKC a much better place to grow and develop, compared to San Antonio? Stop complaining about your job, your boss, your debt...start living the life you have always dreamed of NOW and sign up for a 30 day trial membership at Try Day Trading! www.TryDayTrading.Com/Monty Is it Josh Allen or the Buffalo Bills? The Buffalo Bills got embarrassed on Monday Night Football, and Josh Allen did not play well, including more turnovers. Is Josh Allen still an elite QB? Do the Buffalo Bills need a coaching change or is it a talent problem? The Advocates are experienced injury attorneys who will fight for the settlement you deserve without collecting a dime from you! Chat with an attorney NOW online for free! www.TheAdvocates.com Are you a dog or a cat person? There is a story developing of a dog staying with his owner for two months after the owner passed away hiking the Rocky Mountains in Southern Colorado. It is an amazing display of perseverance and loyalty by the dog!
CPW Hunter Outreach Coordinator Bryan Posthumus joins the show to discuss the 2023 hunting seasons, CPW's novice hunt program opportunities and how his work fosters the next generation of hunters who help fund CPW's conservation mission.
Host Dominik Hoffmann und Vollbluttouristikerin Sainey Sawaneh sind mit Carola Kolmann vom The Great American West verbunden. Der große amerikanische Westen beschreibt die Staaten Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota und South Dakota. http://www.greatamericanwest.de/ Die Themen: Vom Schüleraustausch zum Verkehrsbüro; Zusammen sind wir stärker; Kleine Städte, dünne Besiedlung, Prärie, Rocky Mountains, traumhafte Natur; Yellowstone Nationalpark; Bodenständige Cowboy Kultur; Klassische Sommersaison; Flughäfen in den Gateway Städten Dir stehen folgende Informationsquellen und Kontaktmöglichkeiten zur Verfügung: https://www.fti.de/service/reisehinweise.html https://www.fti.de/blog/reiseberichte-und-tipps/expertentipps/urlaub-corona-einreisebestimmungen/ Schreib uns deine Fragen, Reiseerlebnisse und Reisetipps an firstname.lastname@example.org
Trey is upset with Ridley Scott's take on Historical Accuracy in film.Miles goes over the controversial plan to re-wild Grizzly Bears in Washington State. Interview with Eric from Retail Archaeology, a channel that explores dead malls, retail history.Monster Quest - S3.E6 ∙ Snowbeast Slaughter - MonsterQuest tries to find a creature which has been stalking the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.Support the show
Greetings my friend! Thank you for being here and listening to Monday Street Sermon, Episode 183 "We accuse him" from Acts 24 preached at Baseline & Broadway in Boulder, Colorado. The title is linked to its video. Be blessed my friend!—JC. ★ Support this podcast ★
Join us for a compelling conversation with Christopher Sobie, a man who has harnessed the power of running to aid recovery, setting an example of resilience and determination. In our chat, Sobie opens up about his evolution from a casual runner to a dedicated athlete who recently completed an arduous 100-mile run. This episode is a testament to the power of perseverance, as Sobie shares the highs and lows of his journey, including the moments he felt like throwing in the towel. Sobie's inspirational story doesn't end there. We delve into the pivotal role of his friends, partner, and coach in his running journey, providing the backbone of support. Sobie's race day experience is an incredible narrative, showcasing the strength of community in endurance running. His experiences, from the meticulous logistics planning to the euphoric sensation of crossing the finish line, underline the importance of a robust support system.In the final segment of our chat, Sobie reflects on his feelings of accomplishment and how his passion for running has fortified his relationships. His story is an inspiring reminder of the transformative power of setting and achieving goals. Whether you're an avid runner or someone who's never laced up a pair of running shoes, this conversation will ignite a spark of motivation to challenge your limits!For over 50 years, Harmony Foundation has worked as a nonprofit to serve those seeking recovery from substance addictions. Our residential and intensive outpatient programs are in a collaborative and respectful treatment environment with multiple specialty tracks offering additional support. Our main campus is nestled on a 43-acre campus in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Estes Park, Colorado, that promotes physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. With one of the most robust alumni programs in the county, clients remain connected and empowered for a lifelong journey of recovery. For more information about Harmony Foundation, please visit:www.harmonyfoundationinc.com
Colton Carlson is a retired US Marine who lost his legs from injuries sustained during a tour of duty in Afghanistan. Originally from Colorado, home of The Rocky Mountains, Colton joins us from his home in Vermont, where he and his family settled after Colton earned a degree in Mathematics from Dartmouth. In this episode of Nature Revisited, Colton talks about his life before and after his assignment, his life-changing incident on duty, and how his love of nature helped him overcome immense challenges to reclaim his health, independence, and pursuit of outdoor activities and sports including his passion: mountain climbing. Listen to Nature Revisited on your favorite podcast apps or at https://noordenproductions.com Subscribe on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/bdz4s9d7 Subscribe on Google Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/4a5sr4ua Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/5n7yx28t Support Nature Revisited https://noordenproductions.com/support Nature Revisited is produced by Stefan Van Norden and Charles Geoghegan. We welcome your comments, questions and suggestions - contact us at https://noordenproductions.com/contact
Good morning my friend! Hope all is well in your life and family and ministry, in Jesus name. This is Episode 182 "After five days" the Sunday Street Sermon here in Boulder, Colorado at 28th and Pearl Street, my usual Sunday location. God bless you my friend! Amen.—JC. ★ Support this podcast ★
Did you know that in Lakota language there is not a word for “nature”? Connor Ryan, proud Hunkpapa Lakota skier, explains why. Listen to Connor's story of ecological realizations and working to re-indigenize our collective culture. Bio: Connor is a proud Hunkpapa Lakota and passionate skier. In 2022 he was named one of the “20 Most Influential People in the Outdoor Industry” by Outside Magazine. Connor was born and raised in the homelands of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute peoples, who have become some of his biggest inspirations and closest relatives, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Skiing is his dance and prayer, a ceremony of its own, one that offers a chance to center himself within nature and the Great Mystery of the universe surrounding him. Connor works to inspire others to deepen their connection to the places they live and play in order for us all to be better relatives to our planet, our communities, and ourselves. Resources: Connor's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sacredstoke Winter Wildlands Alliance - https://winterwildlands.org/ Trail Break Radio - https://winterwildlands.org/trail-break-radio Braiding Sweetgrass - https://milkweed.org/book/braiding-sweetgrass Spirit of the Peaks - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSwmJMH04Ww Natives Outdoors - https://www.natives-outdoors.org/ Sponsors: Dan Bailey's Outdoor Company - https://danbaileys.com/ Outdoor Alliance, Mighty Arrow Foundation and REI If you're interested in becoming a Backcountry Partner sponsor, reach out to Emily at email@example.com. Transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LoJyp2zl_P5Yjpe_2sBnS32miLUydMPYgq8tKPL83Fk/edit?usp=sharing
Stechende Hitze und endlose Weiten in der Wüste. Das schroffe, steinige Terrain in den Rocky Mountains. Scheinbar nicht enden wollende Straßen in der Prärie. Aber auch: ausgedehnte, magisch bunte Herbstwälder ... Und alles in allem: zwei riesige Challenges, die durch all diese und noch weitere Landschaften führten. Extremsportler und Abenteurer Jonas Deichmann hat Amerika zweimal am Stück durchquert: mit dem Fahrrad von New York bis nach L.A. und in 100 Ultramarathons zu Fuß zurück! Was erlebt man, wenn man einen Kontinent durchquert und dabei täglich mehr als einen Marathon läuft? Was denkt man? Wie schafft man das? Und: Warum tut man es? Diese Fragen stellt Erik in dieser Folge von Angesicht zu Angesicht in New York, wo er Jonas – gemeinsam mit Fans, Freunden und Familie – beim Zieleinlauf begrüßt. Weitere ausführliche Schilderungen seiner Erlebnisse in Amerika gibt es außerdem in seinem am 16. Dezember 2023 erscheinenden neuen Buch: “Crossing America: Auf dem Rad von New York nach Los Angeles und zurück in 100 Ultramarathons” (Polyglott). Ihr wollt noch mehr von Jonas hören? Dann lauscht gern auch diesen Folgen:WW243: Das Limit bin nur ich – Mit 120 Triathlons um die WeltVon Kap zu Kap auf zwei Rädern – mit Extremradler Jonas Deichmann – WW Plus 24Redaktion: Janna OlsonPostproduktion: Erik LorenzWERBEPARTNERhttps://linktr.ee/weltwachUnterstütze unsere Show mit einer Mitgliedschaft im Supporters Club und erhalte Zugriff auf werbefreie und – je nach Paket – exklusive Bonusfolgen. Alle Informationen findest du hier: https://weltwach.de/supporters-club/ Spotify-Nutzer können direkt in Spotify nach “Weltwach Plus” suchen. STAY IN TOUCH:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weltwach/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/weltwach/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Weltwach/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WELTWACHNewsletter: https://weltwach.de/newsletter/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this special episode Whiz debriefs the No Fallen Heroes Foundation first healing retreat in the United States. He tells listeners about several of the attendees, including a first responder to the Columbine High School massacre and an Army medevac pilot, both carrying heavy trauma. He debriefs the incredibly powerful experience in the Rocky Mountains under a full moon and how decades of hurt and trauma were brought into the light where healing could take place. He teases the big upcoming Veterans Day announcement, a joint venture between My Crew Doses LLC and No Fallen Heroes LLC. Products will include ‘Morning Brief', an afternoon ‘Cat Shot' for energy, and a PM ‘Night Trap' for sleep. He ends by thanking the initial No Fallen Heroes angels and announces that LIV Entertainment, a new streaming service dedicated to providing wholesome, quality content, has picked up No Fallen Heroes: Extraction. A 2 hour special ‘Flight to Fight Veterans Suicide' is also in the works, with John Stewart and Post Malone committed to the project.
Robyn Carr was a young mother of two in the mid-1970s when she started writing fiction, an Air Force wife, educated as a nurse, whose husband's frequent assignment changes made it difficult for her to work in her profession. Originally from Minnesota, they lived in all four corners of Texas, Alabama, Florida, California, Utah, Arizona and Nevada. Little did the aspiring novelist know then, as she wrote with babies on her lap, that she would become one of the world's most popular authors of romance and women's fiction, that 11 of her novels would earn the #1 berth on the New York Times bestselling books list. Robyn's A Virgin River Christmas scored her first New York Times success in 2008 and since then, the Las Vegas author's novels have spent nearly 250 weeks on that prestigious list. Amazingly, sales of her books in digital and print have risen with each successive novel. Her 20-book Virgin River series alone has netted more than 13 million copies. That series' sixteenth title, Bring Me Home for Christmas, scored the #1 slot not only on the New York Times list but on two others as well—Publishers Weekly and Barnes and Noble. Proof of Robyn's international popularity is also in the numbers. Robyn Carr titles have collectively sold over 27 million copies and have been translated into 19 languages in 30 countries. As a sign of the significant contributions Robyn has made to the genre, the Romance Writers of America, the trade association representing 10,200 members who write romance and live in 35 countries, awarded Robyn the 2016 Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. “I discovered romance novels when doctors instructed me to stay down and keep my feet up during a complicated pregnancy,” Robyn said. “A neighbor brought me ten paperbacks a week to read. And I was hooked. I started to write them, but it wasn't an easy ride. After critiquing my third manuscript at a writers' conference, one novelist suggested I find something to do for which I had talent. Fortunately, I ignored her and persevered. I was first published in 1978, with an historical titled Chelynne, but it took me 30 years to score that first New York Times placement.” In April 2016, What We Find debuted in hardcover for MIRA Books and launched Robyn's new bestselling Sullivan's Crossing series. Set in the heart of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, What We Find explores the healing powers of rural Colorado in a story of fresh starts, budding relationships and one woman's journey to finding the happiness she's long been missing. Any Day Now, Sullivan's Crossing book #2, was a New York Times bestseller and reached #1 on the Publisher's Weekly bestseller list. The Family Gathering, book #3, was a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestseller. Robyn's women's fiction novels also rank on bestseller lists. The New York Times and USA Today bestseller, The Life She Wants, October 2016, finds a woman humbly cleaning up after herself, paying her dues and rediscovering herself after poor decisions she made earlier in life. The Publisher's Weekly bestseller, The Summer That Made Us, is a beautifully woven story about the complexities of family dynamics and the value of strong female relationships. All of Robyn's books are about strong women Next up for Robyn: Robyn is now living her dream of writing one stand-alone women's fiction and one contemporary romance per year. The fourth Sullivan's Crossing novel, The Best of Us debuted on the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists in Jan. 2019. The View from Alameda Island, Robyn's 2019 women's fiction novel is about a woman, on her twenty-fourth wedding anniversary, who decides to leave her perfect-on-the-outside-life. Robyn has fallen in love with the beautiful Nevada desert and unrivaled spectacle of Las Vegas where she resides. Her children are grown—her son is an orthopedic surgeon; her daughter, a police captain. Robyn says that, in addition to reading her novels and making snide remarks about how she's used family scenarios to her advantage, they have made her a happy grandmother.
Cirsium scopulorum, or mountain thistle, was long thought to be the only species of thistle occurring in the alpine tundra. Molecular, morphological, and geographical evidence now support the recognition of many species of thistles in the alpine tundra of the southern Rocky Mountains. We talk with Jennifer Ackerfield, the head curator of natural history collections, and the associate director of biodiversity research at Denver Botanic Gardens about her quest to delineate the many varieties of thistles across the alpine of the intermountain west, including a unique species right here in the La Sal Mountains of SE Utah.
Episode 280 of The Rich Dickman Show - "Guts From The Head" Oh boy, are you in for a treat! After a three-week hiatus, the dynamic trio of Rem, Randy, and Cody are back, and they've got some wild stories to share. It's like they never left, and trust me, it's all Randy's fault. But isn't it always? Cody kicks things off with tales of his adventures in the heart of Alabama at the 50th Annual Shrimp Festival. Sounds delicious, right? Well, not if you're Cody, because the only shrimp he encountered were the coconut variety. Rem and Randy pounce on this like sharks at a feeding frenzy, and you won't want to miss the comedic jabs that ensue. Randy, ever the adventurous spirit, has been gallivanting through forests in search of long-lost friends. He's even had run-ins with the likes of Donald Rumsfeld – oh, the stories he'll tell! But rest assured, Randy's still the same old Randy, much to Cody's chagrin. Patience is a virtue, Cody, and you'll need it when Randy grabs the "talking stick." Rem, on the other hand, took a trip to Colorado, and he's got a mountain of tales to share. Aging isn't always graceful, and he'll regale you with the highs and lows of his adventure. Picture this: a quirky AirBNB host with a penchant for box wine and potential substances. And that's just the beginning! Hiking in the Rocky Mountains, ATV escapades, and a steak dinner that'll cost you a pretty penny – Rem's trip had it all. By the way, Denver has a peculiar scent that's hard to miss. In this episode, there are no segments, no frills, just three friends catching up, sharing their stories, and spreading laughter. It's like eavesdropping on your funniest pals' reunion. Be sure to follow the show on Twitter - @RichDickmanShow - and visit their web home at RichDickman.com. And oh, did we mention Randy's new AI cohost? You've got to hear it to believe it. Don't wait; hit that play button now and dive into the hilarity that is The Rich Dickman Show. These guys are back and better than ever! Now, go find out what's cooking at RichDickman.com!
Have you ever wondered how one could transform one's life during a pandemic? Our remarkable guest, Terin DeVoto, did just that. He discovered the power of running, recovery, and cold plunging during the lockdown and was generous enough to share his journey with us. Initially, Terin was looking for something to keep him busy, but soon, his new routine started to reshape his life in ways he never imagined. Running, he shares, became more than just physical exercise—it became a cornerstone of his recovery and a tool for building resilience.As you know, we're always intrigued by stories of personal transformation and growth, and Terin's story is a testament to the power of small but consistent steps. For him, running morphed from a reluctant obligation into a passionate pursuit, and cold plunging became an extraordinary tool for pushing his boundaries. An unexpected champion of ultra-running, he speaks about the thrill of pushing his limits and the empowerment he derived from these experiences. The role of community and routine also surface as pivotal elements in his journey. Listen in as we delve into Terin's transformative journey and find inspiration for your own. So, no matter where you are now, remember that small, consistent steps can lead to unimaginable changes. Let's get started!Want to connect with Terin?Instagram:Terin DeVoto Noonan - Sober AF (@terin.devoto) • Instagram photos and videosPurpose House Sober Living (@purposehousesoberliving) • Instagram photos and videosWebsite: Purpose House Sober Living - Purpose House Sober Living HomeFacebookFor over 50 years, Harmony Foundation has worked as a nonprofit to serve those seeking recovery from substance addictions. Our residential and intensive outpatient programs are in a collaborative and respectful treatment environment with multiple specialty tracks offering additional support. Our main campus is nestled on a 43-acre campus in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Estes Park, Colorado, that promotes physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. With one of the most robust alumni programs in the county, clients remain connected and empowered for a lifelong journey of recovery. For more information about Harmony Foundation, please visit:www.harmonyfoundationinc.com