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On this episode of Herpin' Time Radio we welcome guest Jayd Rains who will be talking about his work with Indian Creek Herpetology and also about the work he does at the Kentucky Reptile Zoo.
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Johns Creek elections are tomorrow and the choices are clear. Endres, Radford, and Coughlin. Listen to the reasons why. The time has never been more important for the future of Johns Creek.
Chris Coughlin, Stephanie Endres, and Tom Radford are the candidates that I encourage you to sopport.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto outlines the background and events taking place at the Battle of Cedar Creek on October 19, 1864.
Welcome to the Scoff and Quaff on Flavor Living Radio..Join Jules on her "Birthday Bash" with Chris Pollard Guest David Selves of The Faversham Creek Hotel. @favershamhotel www.favershamcreekhotel.co.uk & also owner of The London Grill Club. Our sponsors were: @blecouturecakes @beansmittencoffee (they’ve a special offer on their website, just quote QUAFF for premium coffee discount offer for listening @breakthroughfun www.breakthroughfunding.com
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from western Montana. We’re at Triple Creek Ranch, just outside of Darby, about 20 miles from the Idaho border. Elk, horses, deer, moose, bald eagles, hawks, turkey, and ospreys make their home within Triple Creek Ranch’s 26,700 acres.
How’s this for rugged? It’s right around here that the Lewis and Clark expedition was finally successful in crossing the Bitterroot Mountains, part of the larger Rocky Mountain range. The pioneers battled frostbite, malnutrition, and dehydration while crossing this particularly unforgiving 200-mile stretch of mountain terrain during their 11 harrowing days on the Lolo Trail. But it’s now where you’ll find the ulra-luxe Triple Creek Ranch.
You’ll find all of this and more when Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Triple Creek Ranch.
Join us Tuesday night August 18, 2015 at 9pm eastern as we present a recap of the recent Bigfoot Day at Beaver Creek! We will have organizers and attendees present for the show. Did you go to Bigfoot Day? Please call in to the show and tell us about your experience. Some of the speakers at the event were Brian Seech, Fred Saluga, Dan Baker, Mark Hudak and David and Carey Rupert. Our own "Creature Seeker" was also present at the event, so come join us as we recap all the fun that was had by all.
On-the-rise country outfit Cold Creek County joins us to chat about their upcoming album, Till The Wheels Fall Off, on Sony Music Canada. The band is making a lot of noise at country radio and are sure to be a huge live draw.
Then we chat with Edmonton-based songwriter Ken Stead about his latest, Fear Has No Place Here, and the tour dates supporting it.
Coldjack vocalist John Fraser joins us to chat about the band's genre-mashing sound and hard-hitting live show.
Finally, Mike Homewood joins us to chat about Toronto's hottest new country club, the Boots & Bourbon Saloon.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto talks about the Battles of Namozine Church and Sailor's Creek and highlights the personal heroism of Lieutenant Thomas Ward Custer.
Watch for updates, Subject to change. Open MIC Sunday, this Thanksgiving Weekend. We will be having an open mic call in and sound off, or make comments, discussing webblog postings, new research findings, DNA, or solicit queries or connections.
*The Black and White World of Core Melungeon Y-DNA study. I have decided to make a few comments and save this topic for a better oportunity to elaborate and take call in. I have invited Jack Goins, but last hour I have had no response.
Scott Sewell will join us to tell us all about his upcoming book, THe Belle's of The Creek Nation! A new publication from Backintyme.biz by Scott Sewell. An intriquing family saga of Muscogee Creek Doyle and Hill Families, some who attended the Asbury Missionary Institution near Ft Mitchell Creek Nation. The Poarch Creek Band, The Dominikers, Lumbee & Creek Indians. Very exciting new book with lots of genealogy, pictures, original artwork, and documentation! Some of the families migrated to Texas and then onto self migrate to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory. Sewell is the coauthor of Indians of North Florida by Backintyme.biz as well as a member of the Melungeon Heritage Association. Scott cowrote with Cousin Steven Pony "Hill" author of Backintyme's Stanger's in Their Own Land. Where they chase the history and migrations of the Cheraw Indians from Robeson Co., NC, and the Creek Indians from Union Co., SC. Sewell and Hill document how these people found their home in North Florida's Calhoun, Jackson and Holmes Counties and became known as the Dominikers. Including the Goins, Collins, as well as Lumbee connections to the Oxedines and Revels and the Redbone associated Sweat Families.
Join GSCeltic, and Jeff from the Horny Toad Restaurant, as we talk about the upcoming Taste of Cave Creek event for our friends in the Valley of the Sun Devils. Ryan Sims supplies the music. He'll be at Taste of Cave Creek. I'll may even reminisce about taking my chances at ASU, love and life trying to escape the Michigan cold back in, well, another world.
HERE ON NORTH FLORIDA WRITER LIVE, WE HAVE PREVIOUSLY TALKED ABOUT THE STATE OF OVER DEVELOPMENT AND LACK OF FORESIGHT IN THE SUNSHINE STATE AND NO PROPOSALS OFFER MORE NEGATIVE POTENTIAL IMPACT TO CLEAN WATER, WILDLIFE AND THE RURAL LIFE THAN PLUM CREEK'S AMBITIOUS PLANS IN ALACHUA COUNTY. HOPING TO DEVELOP A PRISTINE WATERSHED AREA WITH NO INFRASTRUCTURE INTO A "CITY IN THE SWAMP", THEY HAVE NOW REQUESTED THE SMALL CITY OF HAWTHORNE TO ANNEX A PORTION OF THEIR LAND, THEREBY AVOIDING THE MORE DIFFICULT TASK OF MEETING THE COUNTY'S STRICT ZONING AND PLANNING REQUIREMENTS WITH THE AID OF STATE GOVERNMENT. WHAT'S MORE, THEY PREVIOUSLY CLAIMED THEY WANTED TO BE GOOD NEIGHBORS, YET THEY HAVE THUMBED THEIR NOSES AT THE LARGE NUMBER OF RURAL RESIDENTS WHO ARE OPPOSED BY IGNORING THEM.
ONE OF THOSE RESIDENTS WILL BE MY GUEST ON NORTH FLORIDA WRITER LIVE FOR A SPECIAL EDITION ON SATURDAY AT 10 A.M. LORI WIGGINS, A LIFE LONG RESIDENT, NEVER INVOLVED HERSELF IN POLITICAL ISSUES BEFORE THIS ISSUE SURFACED. SHE DEVOTED HERSELF TO RAISING HER CHILDREN BUT NOW WITH HER CHILDREN GROWN SHE HAS INVESTIGATED THIS PROPOSAL AND FINDS IT SERIOUSLY DEFICIENT AND DETRIMENTAL TO THE AREA AS DO MANY IN THE AREA, INCLUDING YOUR HOST. WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE ISSUE, WHAT HAS TRANSPIRED AND HOW THE SMALL CITY OF HAWTHORNE WITH ONLY 1200 RESIDENTS HAS JOINED THE FRAY ON BEHALF OF PLUM CREEK. EVERYTHING SINCE THE INITIAL RECOMMENDATION OF DENIAL BY THE COUNTY HAS BEEN HANDLED WITH LITTLE FANFARE AND PUBLIC REVIEW. WE HOPE TO CHANGE THAT FOLLOWING THIS SHOW.
RURAL AMERICA: PAY ATTENTION. PROJECTS SUCH AS THIS ONE ARE UNDERWAY ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AS DEVELOPERS PUSH TO DEVELOP ON RAW, CHEAP LAND AND YOU'LL GET THE TAX BILL.
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