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It's May, and summer road trips are right around the corner! Start planning now by listening to this week's episode of Road Trip Radio. On this episode, we'll discuss how to get your vehicle ready for a cross-country excursion and also decide on some all-important gear every motorist should have on a long trip. Call in to our listener line 24/7 to share your summer road trip tips at (650) 27-DRIVE.
We'll talk about Route 66 and why you won't find it on your typical road atlas in this week's Travel Q&A. Join us for classic commercials from the golden age of radio as we open The Travel Archive (including the 1969 debut of Ronald McDonald), plus we'll enjoy some lighthearted humor On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio, hosted by Jeremy Krug.
Join Alaina as she discusses Dangly earrings, Grown Up Field Trips, Desserts On The Fly.
Open lines this week with Skip Waters on the Lets Talk Trains Show. Call in to talk about your Railfan trips! Who went to the NRHS Convention? Streamliners in Spencer? Watch the Heritage equipment on the way to Spencer? Who rode 765 trips? What other fun trips did you ride so far? Catch any unique trains this Summer with your camera? Call in an let me know! Or, I have a few fun trips to share. Either way, it's all about you and the LTT listener. Call in and be a part of the show! Join us and our regular callers at 10:00 AM Pacific, 12:00 Noon Central Time. The call in telephone number is 646-716-7106
This week the Amazing Chris Guenzler talks about trips he has taken! Remember to get get on the chat room to ask questions if you want. He will go back from last October to the Present. Join us for an informative program.
Caribbean Business Digest host Mushtaq Maxwell welcomes Tasha Chen, founder and Chief Memory Maker at Mother and Daughter Trips. Listen as Tasha lays out the inspiration behind launching her new venture and what her vision is for its future. This is truly a compelling story.
Visit www.motheranddaughtertrips.com to learn more.
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Ann Frances Ellis, Ph.D., feels she has been guided all along the way to write Revelations of . It is based on her doctoral dissertation, Profound Love as Revealed by Profound Love Near-Death Experiences, which examined 478 near-death experiences to learn about the love reported so often by those who returned from trips to heaven. She concluded that seven primary themes emerged from their reports:
*We don't die,
*The nature of profound love is greater than we ever imagined,
*Profound love has higher qualities,
*Profound love emanates from many sources,
*We are all one and love is our essence,
*There is a reason and purpose for everything,
*In life, love is most important.
She also compared what near-death experiencers reported with the texts, primary and secondary, of three world religions. She was able to find evidence of all the above conclusions within each religion. She believes it is likely that every world religion has realized these truths.
She has degrees in Mathematics (B.A.), Computer Science (M.S.), Divinity (M. Div.), and Religious Studies/Comparative Religion (Ph.D.). She is a licensed minister. Her first career was as a civilian computer systems programmer/database system researcher/data communications network manager for the U.S. Navy. Her second career was as a hospital/hospice chaplain. Her third career is as author/owner of Trail of Hope Publishing.
Want to take a Laura Ingalls Wilder trip, but don't know where to start? I'm going to do a dual Travel Times Trundlebed Tales episode where I give a background that will be help visiting any of the Laura Ingalls Wilder homesite trips.
Hehehe.... So folks, let's delve into Erotica for a min. I know when people hear the word "Erotica" the first thing that comes to mind is eeewwww.... That's dirty!!! Well folks, it really is not. As we have Agape Love, so is there Eros Love. The question therefore is, In a marriage, should there be a schedule or you just "do it" as the spirit moves you???
Join us next Thursday at 10pm as we hash out this topic. Let's learn a thing or two.... ;) :D
Mission trips are usually a labor of love. Helping those who cannot do for themselves is extreamly satifying. My recent, and first, mission trip in November 2013 was all that and more. International Health Outreach and TAIDS joined forces to teach techniques provide continuing education credits. Where else can you learn a technique under the watchful eye of a mentor, Dr. Eric Zaremski, and have a variety of cases to use the technique on before using it in your practice?
The people of Belize were grateful and thankful for our treatments and interventions. Our mindset was not to pull teeth that may become symtomatic before our next scheduled trip, but to treat teeth using the science of minimal intervention dentistry and dental hygiene. Listen in as Shirley describes air abrasion using the mini unit, ozone dental treatments in gas and oil.
See the pictures at Slideshare
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Producer: Shirley Gutkowski
Going to Brazil? Then you must listen to Raf Kiss of Brazil Road Trips. He has the inside story and best suggestions to make your trip the most memorable. Sponsored by Maui Joe Coffee, using the world's finest coffee beans, Mission Capital Management, and Gracefully Yours cards and journals.
Summer is here, and it's time to hit the road! If you haven't decided where to go yet, let Road Trip Radio help give you some ideas for that upcoming road trip. Whether you're thinking about hanging out at the beach or hiking up to the top of a mountain, we have some ideas for just about everyone. Don't miss our weekly travel segment Along the Way..., where we'll show you the best of Myrtle Beach and the Grand strand. Our This Week in Travel segment discusses the plan to place toll booths along I-95 in Virginia and North Carolina, plus the recent "Move Over" Law sting operations in Florida. Join us for more classic radio, up-to-date travel tips, and our ever-popular comedy segment On the Lighter Side.
Everybody wants to take a summer road trip, but paying for it isn't always easy. Host Jeremy Krug shares some of his favorite tips for saving money while on the road, and they don't involve skipping meals! Our weekly travel segment Along the Way... takes you to wild and wonderful West Virginia. Don't miss some of the highlights in the mountains and rivers of this often-overlooked state. Join us for another action-packed hour of roadtripping, travel news, and comedy on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio!