17 Burst results for "Aspen Grove"

"aspen grove" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"And you must be free of the inevitable. Look, you're gonna die. Why would you spend a single second suffering in life about something that's inevitable is the whole idea? So what I do in this book is I take that practice, which is a really healthy thing to do. I would recommend that everybody Google mer and a sati meditation or for that matter just in the book, you'll find them are in a saute meditation. But to then take it and adapt it to your own life and your own decline. It's what I have as a version of that meditation in which you go through sort of the 9 stages and not being what you once were. And I have a version of what I do for my students at the Harvard Business school who are afraid of not living up to their own abilities, either of it just visualizing what that actually means. You know, my parents are a little disappointed in how my career is turning out. Other people are getting the accolades that I thought I was going to get. I find that I'm not really, I'm not doing what I could have done. I didn't do as much as I thought I was going to do with my life. At any point in life, if you're afraid of something. If you're afraid of being less than you should be, not living up to the identity that you wanted to be. Whether it's life itself or whether it's your career, visualizing it in extreme detail and doing it in a structured way will truly set you free. Exposure therapy. I certainly heard of and maybe done a little bit of marana sati meditation, but I hadn't thought about it as exposure therapy, which in my experience with anxiety has been quite helpful, so I really like your framing. One more phrase from your book to mention and then a few other questions after that. Cultivating your Aspen grove. Yeah, it's one of the biggest problems that worldly successful people's drivers, not just privileged people, all people from all different walks of life who've worked hard to be good at something who have striven for their what for a long, long time, is that there's a tendency to see ourselves as kind of a loan. And I don't mean this in a bad way. I mean, this is kind of a good way. Look what I've achieved. Look what I have achieved. I and I was thinking about that a couple of years ago. I usually speak at the Aspen ideas festival, which is fun and beautiful and I was actually working on this book and I was sitting under my laptop and it was breezy day in Colorado, beautiful. And I was looking up at this Aspen tree. And the Aspen is incredibly stately. And I thought, you know, this is a good metaphor for a person who's strong and independent, it doesn't need the strength of others necessarily a tree. And in the first psalm, king David sings about a tree planted by streams of water. It's a metaphor for the solitary and righteous individual. And later that day, I was kind of describing this metaphor to a friend of mine who knows a lot about botany and he says, you got it all wrong. I said what are you talking about? He said, there's nothing solitary at all about that Aspen tree. As a matter of fact, the Aspen grove is one plant. The aspens and Aspen Colorado are one organism. And it turns out that the largest living organism in the history of the world is an Aspen grove in Utah called pando, which is, it's millions of tons of wood. It's thousands of trees. And each tree is just a one manifestation of the same root system. In other words, it's one and this, of course, is a highly Buddhist concept. The illusion of separability of individuals. And so there's all these Buddhist meditations on the puzzles of life. What is the sound of one hand clapping? You know, you always hear about that. It's almost a joke and send Buddhism. What does the sound of one hand clapping? But there's an answer to that. And the answer, the sound of one hand clapping is an illusion. The same illusion is thinking that Dan and Arthur are just separate individuals. The truth is that net and Arthur, and all the people listening to us are just shoots off the same root system of life. And if you want to understand the nature of your life and you want to be happier, you need to cultivate that root system so that shoot that's coming out somewhat near you. Maybe called your spouse or call your son or daughter or called your friend is something that with your behavior, you're making healthier because that's making you healthier. That's what cultivating your Aspen grow means. And it's a core competency. It's a critical skill for people as they age. Reminds me of that quote from Richard powers author of the ineffably brilliant book, the overstory in that book, he writes, there are no individuals in a forest. It's absolutely true and even trees that are belong to species that don't have that characteristic do that. I spend a lot of time in the redwood forest in my life I'm a West Coast guy. And the redwoods, they tend to grow and relatively small clumps. And they have incredibly shallow roots..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

08:28 min | 9 months ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Of this material it's all important as part of their national identity as part of the understanding of god and humanity. But there's something happening at a certain time in their history where this is all coming together in a form that kinda gets finalized to what jesus would have called the tanakh correct and tell me about like what period of time was this like set the stage for. Yeah well as best as we can tell. We're talking somewhere in the early middle phase of the second temple period second temple meaning though after the babylonian exile. The first temple would have been solomon's temple temple solomon's temple destroy some tripled either bemba onions here in five then a small number of the jewish exiles returned from babylon to rebuild their life. There that stories told in the scroll of ezra nehemiah which is one scroll in the bible to separate another example once called revival and so in the five twenties five twenty see the temple gets rebuilt and then that temple endured even though it was remodeled heavily for over another five hundred years but it was ultimately destroyed by the romans. That's the tip of jesus hung up. It's the temple. Jesus hung out in the heavily remodeled by herod. Yeah and then. The second temple period went from five twenty. Sbc to seventy ad. When the temple was destroyed by the romans romans the ran around the middle somewhere. In the or early period in the three hundred to two hundred zero the hebrew bible in the final form that we encounter it being brought into its final. yes jewish people come back out of exile. They're taken out of their land yet. The temples destroyed threat. There's a few that remain there right. Yup that's right. There is a number of israelites remained behind and then as we need my tells the story of coming back coming back. Their library with them took the materials that would become the hebrew bible with them like the seed form of the books as we know them cool but probably not in the shape that we encountered them right of an earlier shape. So i guess it's to me. I like to think about the culture that developed of lag. Okay were reestablishing mar identity. Yeah we're coming back and we're trying to make sense of. Why did we go into exile. And what is the opportunity now in front of us. what is god doing. And we've all this material and there's this there's this history of being these brilliant readers and writers of literature that's connected to not only. Are we doing this. But this is actually This is sacred stuff stuff. That god is explaining. God's working through us even in this literature and kind of all coalesced to like. I imagine pretty elite squad at this brilliant scribes yet just like obsessing over this stuff yeah you could make analogies to current populations that end up. Because i'm really good at something. Yeah ex pats in another country you know where let's say like there's a group of people that migrate from one country to another care then all of a sudden for that community Their traditions traditional literature. The stories of their family history becomes super important and they study it in and they wanna know it even more because they're in a foreign land and it's what's going to keep their identity alive community a something certainly is happening like that and you can even see it. In the book of ezekiel which is one of the first authors from the early exile. And do zeke l. Was up like a nerd of israelite literature because he's quoting leviticus like nobody's business. He knows the eden stories so he's a good example is he kills a good example of later biblical author who's mind as saturated with the earlier literature of people but also he's writing in a time when all that literature is itself still taking new shape and form a. That's interesting some of this literature is old and just kind of being like copied and made me studied and studied and then some of its brand new. Like ezekiel like ezekiel. That's right like it's just like here's a whole new girl that's right. Yeah so ancient literature in general and then biblical literature as an example has different. Kind of oth- auriol history than how we imagine it today. It's traditional literature. It's community traditional literature. Doesn't mean it was written by anybody and everybody but it was literature that was studied edited compiled reshaped over the course of many generations and that the part of its origins. That's different than how we books today. I took me a long time rats. Yeah except with a very very clear criteria who can write an add the page which it does have. Oh let's true. I guess. I don't know very much. I don't maybe in the early history wikipedia. You could like anyone could change anything. But it's pretty gated now. Yeah so i'm trying to think about what this means. For readers as we approached the bible as a unified story the fact that there's this earlier collection that is studied and maybe edited or redacted into the overall storyline. But then there are these later works at least one thing that makes me think of as as we read the later works so like the prophets and the writings that we should be looking for how they're reflecting on the torah the earlier parts. They've studied them and their weaving together. Those themes so reading the bible unified story. It'll it'll look for developments from the torah through the prophets through the writing. That's right so. Here's the metaphor the I got from two hebrew bible scholars looking real quick timothy done. It comes from a to hebrew bible scholars julius steinberg timothy stone. In the book they have called the shape of the writings in. It's all about the formation history of the caffeine that part of it and they talk about how the hebrew bible is much more like. What it's not like is a collection of potted trees that you would come across like at your nursery down the street garden store and you want to get some backyard trees and so let's go out to the back lot and they've like put together you know like the japanese maples and the fig trees or whatever but each one is in its own little pot and they've been grouped together that's an analogy for many people. Think about the books of the bible. Each one is kind of like a self contained entity and that when they're on there and at some point the like the lot is closed and the gate's locked and like no more. These are the trees the trees got. Yeah so they're analogy. That's really illuminating. Is to liken the origin of hebrew bible. Much more like the growth of an aspen grove. So aspen trees are like well first of all when you see aspen forest. You're most likely looking at not hundreds of separate trees but actually one biological organism so aspen groves can be huge but they're all interconnected and share identical dna through their underground root system in so what you can do. And i mean. I'm not a botanist. With grove is oscillate. Where what's the oldest original route ball out of which everything else grill but there's an identity identically to them and then this is what's most helpful is that at some point when the original rupaul spawned a new one but then they began interacting mutually so that what happens in one section. The forest will affect the older route ball and vice versa. And so that's their analogy for the hebrew bible so in other words the torah example mazdas is the ruble is like a root ball. Yeah but the form that it's in was also influenced by how the prophets emerged in grew into shape that they did and so the book of isaiah jeremiah. For example very much was growing and taking shape along with important developments how the book of deuteronomy took shape and they were growing simultaneously as opposed to the tower was finished. Its potted trees in then. Isaiah wrote his thing. And then it was scooted locks..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Cold

Cold

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Cold

"The only thing. I believe is. She's not where he took us. Gotta be somewhere else. I can't believe the heat. I refuse to believe that he doesn't know where she's at bill. House doesn't believe cougars or coyotes are to blame for joyce not being on the mountain below. Snow basin neither does former south ogden. Police sergeant terry carpenter for that matter. He went back there how long after he killed her and buried her. He knows exactly where she's at in knows. Exactly where joyce's son greg. Roberts is likewise skeptical. I mean it's such an intense situation. I know he could take you right to the spot immediately. But where is that spot. Police and prosecutors showed with joyce joost case they could prove murder without a body but their inability to bring joyce home has left some deep scars. My wife and my two little kids one up one time to snowbasin area to on a picnic. If you will. And we're having lunch. And i said why don't we just walked down. This area in my wife looked that way uses. You're still looked at our i. Just let's just hot so we've got little kids and just walked in high all of a sudden my wife feels is terry. What if we find some out. There terry is a christian. He told me he believes in resurrection. He expects to see joyce again. Someday will i look forward to that day and wonder if it's not something. I missed the question of where to find joyce if not along. The old snow base in rhode isn't the only one still in need of answers you've heard terry say in this podcast. He believes doug might have killed other people. There are others who call this farfetched. And they may be right. I don't have firm evidence linking doug level with cherie warn for instance but cherise case is like joyce joost's long overdue for a fresh look all have more to say about that in the future. Kim salazar told me she believes the discovery of her mother's remains. If it happens we'll be a matter of random chance. I don't believe that even at the eleventh hour. If we ever were to reach the eleventh power that doug would be the one that would give us that information i truly in my heart believes that he won't so i do think we're gonna have to get there by some other means. Perhaps as i tend to suspect joyce's not far off the side of the highway that crosses the monte cristo mountains where a wildlife officer observed doug and rhonda together in late nineteen eighty-five. That's a piece of the puzzle that hardly anyone knew about before this podcast. I did not know about that at all. Australia's doc that that that's interesting is suggested to. Bill holt house. Joyce might be in one of those aspen groves buried under branches and leaves out of sight of the hunters who frequent those hills waiting for someone to step in just the right spot or maybe not..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Then you're just making an azalea forest bio which feels like it should be something slightly different. There's a tree that i'm trying to remember the name of. I think it's an aspen and we it. It looks like a birch tree but essentially if you run into like a little aspen grove. It's actually a one plant. They're all connected underground. I think it's correct me. If i'm wrong people but i'm pretty sure that's what it was. And that's what the loan birch tree in the meadows reminds me of is lending Being in utah and hiking through an aspen forest and coming out into a meadow it was a very unique experience and it looks very similar in minecraft I think that You could go a little bit extra On the ground with there could be more grass instead of trees may be having in like the leaf blocks generating directly on the ground could could help make meadows feel more lush. You know in some places like having like bushes and thicker kind of undergrowth. I'm thinking about how dance the floor of lush cases right and if you had that happening in mountain meadows that that would look really cool or grass. I think that probably is. Maybe a technical decision like they. Just don't want that. Many things sitting on top all the blocks in terms of jama tree in in minecraft. And i get that If you want some inspiration or some ideas of what. I'm thinking of Oh the by oems. You'll and terrestrial are to the quick searches that i could find from Recent memory of playing all of fabric three back in like one sixteen. I think once sixteen five and some of the by there. I found in particular very lush really interesting kind of like rolling meadows and i don't think that the pages have the exact one that i remember but there's one that had a lot of like a cobblestone generated on the surface so it looked like it had rocks but it almost all of the grass was too tall grass and so walking through it really felt like overgrowth and there is a couple of different flowers that they brought in and just it really felt like a really cool lush experience in in these bio mods that i was playing in all of fabric three a little while ago. So check that out. If you wanna see what you know a meadow could potentially look like or you know. Be inspired to create. Yeah oh the volumes. You go has a meadow bio example image on the the hustle which which looks quite similar to what we'd find in the new experimental snapshots but like you said there. There are those occasional bush's almost like the ones that generate on the floor of a jungle That have one oak logo something and a few leaves stilted around. It makes kind of nice almost like like heathland in the uk. There's just kind of like maybe a couple of goals bush's randall. Some heather or something and that You know adds a bit of variety to the landscape so that could be a a nice subtle change to meadows without you know turning them into an entire forest moving onto the next email from launched into orbit debugging light level. Hi guys once. I heard that zhang was changing these spawning rules..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"You know box breeding is a little bit of. It's kind of like a combination of braking and steering to a certain extent. Although i consider steering to be something i would use more for like a meditative or plant medicine experience where you know especially for some deeper plant medicine journeys you can usually use your breath as fuel to actually literally steer you in different places. But this i this idea of recognizing that breath is not just relaxation not just de-stressing nor is it just for amping ones up but can be used as both accelerate and a break and as a as a steering mechanism is something that you unpack in the book and i thought that was super interesting. That a lot of folks probably don't think about now. I know we're running a little bit short on time. But you've you've mentioned a couple of times that That that you do like workshops that you have people come in and try some of these things or or learn from you. Is that something that you do out there on the in the rocky mountains in colorado do you travel and put on events or or if. Somebody actually wanted to work with you with your team. How's that actually work. Yeah we're actually doing one in the mountains near aspen and colorado in a few weeks time. that's unfortunately all all full up. But then we do other things for groups like why peo- and we also do adventure courses in utah. In baja we basically kind of try and follow the hydrologic cycle of the seasons right so the snow falls in the mountains and we can do like ski mountaineering and leadership things than the snow melts. And it goes into into the aspen groves. And we kind of like hot midsummer gatherings and then it flows down into the revision the canyons and we'd go canyoneering an adventuring in the fall and that it pumps out to the sea of cortez and we do kite surfing and free diving and those kinds of things in baja and that's our sort of cycle. You know we just kind of follow the seasons for flow camp this summer. you know. we're also doing Pretty much everything written in the book right. Which is marshall outs. With nikita maastricht actually trained seal team six as well as tony robbins deep bodywork acura yoga You know thera gun massaging all sorts of things for bodily integration. We're doing intellectual in theory. We're but we're also doing percussion. The band rising appalachia is going to be there. We're doing everything from gospel. Church karaoke singing. The american songbook joyfully together but also lennon group percussion as an entertainment and group flow tool Then culminating in the middle of the week where they and then doing breath wake static apnea pulse ox symmetry personal scores measurement etc and then working with colorado physicians to do a research project quote unquote. Right where everybody gets to participate in additional layers of breath work plus wearable base like sub packs. Thera gun massage partner. Spotter cannabinoid so edible cannabinoid in the state of colorado which is recreational available into the gas assisted nitro oxygen and carbon jen and then potentially on specific specifically In inducted patient doctor prescribed oxytocin and ketamine nasal spray is now what we can do. Is you can do the synchronized consumption of prescription pharmaceutical than an over the counter Compounds in combined with stacked protocols doing all the other stuff the breath the body wag the music sound the lights to create basically celebrate tori church so it sort of instead of byu be. It's b. y. o. e. like. Bring your antigens right. Everybody everybody is doing something that is that is not underground is completely sanctioned and above board each round gets increasingly intense but the intention is not to sort of go cross eyed drooling. The intention is what what might a postmodern contemporary celebrate story. Sacrament look like these days and can we create one that is using household materials and yet nonetheless gets us where we're hoping to go to deliver insight healing and connection and can reaffirm are both collective and individual desire to you know. Step up show up and what's asked to do. Well that's especially cool for those self experimenters psycho nods. You don't want to mess around this stuff at home and want to learn it from the experts. Do go into workshop. Like this would actually. I think pretty helpful to be able to to gather more information and experience some of the practical aspects within within the book and some of your other teachings and and and writing and We we really Just just listening in like jamie. Scratch the surface on some of the stuff that i wanted to get into. But i mean this book Is one of those books that i took a while to get through because every page has super interesting super interesting information and also just just big vision thinking in it. And and so. I would recommend they read it's called recapture the rapture and a link to it and everything that we talked about at ben greenfield venice dot com slash recapture rapture but worth read and also linked to the other podcasts. That jamie and i did about about this. Whole idea of enhancing sexual experiences using again a lot of the tactics and the heat on sex matrices and things like that that he outlines within the book. So jamie. Hit all the ballpark with this thing and And kudos for writing it. Thanks man i mean you know it just felt like Yeah i it was a swing for the fence kind of play but i hope that it can support people because if you know the simplest would be. Hey you're not crazy. The world's kinda gone a little crazy and Giving us a just acknowledging that so that we're not beating ourselves up you know next realizing. Hey there are ways to remember. You know to to to find that loving feeling that we might think we've lost and they're always for us to get back on our feet and they're always for us to reconnect with each other and oh by the way you know if it ever feels like this world a little overwhelming if you had a choice of which movie your show up in. Wouldn't it be star wars. Wouldn't it be harry potter. You know wouldn't wear hardwired for those stories of late leader. Tiny little band rebel misfits at the eleventh hour saving the universe from unspeakable evil right the hobbit all of them right. We love them. And so like what if we're born into that period in history.

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Your joke. There's another here's there's another softball another name for expressing data size in the base. Two numeral system. know what i'm saying. It didn't help to be honest again. Slower loud binary united other than by. Oh i thought it said to not except for goodness. My brain worked. That was really good. Yeah wu okay. The largest single creature on earth is a an aspen grove. be a slime mold. See a blue whale. D a fungus. I think it's i think it's i'm good aspen grove. It's the one where the fungus it's the aspen grove but A room in the maller forest in eastern central oregon and it is the largest single organism. Because of the my celia m- that's connected all underneath the ground however it is only barely more like the aspen grove is the close second. It's it's the source of all the honey mushroom sauce off. Honey badgers all right. Here's a scienc- one for you. Let's of physics. Must clocks aboard the gps satellite or satellites compensate ford to maintain accuracy. I don't see my co-host say general relativity. you got general sense. Some small tidbits of information orbiting because of the jeep because gps satellites orbit the earth and above the earth. The actually go their clocks tick a little faster by forty five microseconds a day so if they're not adjusted they'll be off by thirty eight microseconds. Every day is very important because those microseconds can mean yards. And if you let it drift any longer byles away from your actual point. That's not good for gps. Because you can actually see in the global information system databases Some very old flooding that was done compared to where things are now and you can have that exact scenario. Take place you have. People have applauded streams and not their yards yards off of where they had initially plotted discursive time..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Your joke. There's another here's there's another softball another name for expressing data size in the base. Two numeral system know what saying it didn't help to be honest again slower loud binary united other than by. Oh i thought it said to not except for goodness. My brain worked. That was really good. Yeah dr wu okay. The largest single creature on earth is a an aspen grove. be a slime mold. See a blue whale. D a fungus. I think it's i think it's i'm good aspen grove. It's the one where the fungus it's the aspen grove but A room in the maller forest in eastern central and it is the largest single organism. Because of the my celia m- that's connected all underneath the ground however it is only barely more like the aspen grove is the close second. It's it's the source of all the honey mushroom sauce off. Honey badgers all right. Here's a scienc- one for you. Let's of physics. Must clocks aboard the gps satellite or satellites compensate ford to maintain accuracy. I don't see my co-host say general relativity. you got general sense. Some small tidbits of information orbiting because of the jeep because gps satellites orbit the earth and above the earth. The actually go their clocks tick a little faster by forty five microseconds a day so if they're not adjusted they'll be off by thirty eight microseconds. Every day is very important because those microseconds can mean yards. And if you let it drift any longer byles away from your actual point. That's not good for gps now because you can actually see in the global information system databases Some very old flooding that was done compared to where things are now. And you can have that exact scenario. Take place you have. People have applauded streams And they're not their yards yards off of where they had initially plotted discursive time..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"I want to buy like thera means those are fun. Oh my gosh. Okay the m. r. n. a. based vaccines used by pfizer and moderna work by a altering your dna be infecting you with dead virus. See using your cellular machinery de entering the cell nucleus. See that is correct. All of the others are myths. That have been perpetuated by people who don't like vaccines the mr any based vaccines by pfizer and madeira. Just stimulate your body to make antibodies to make your immune system doesn't want to be stimulated in this case do shoot. The messenger are your joke. There's another here's there's another softball another name for expressing data size in the base. Two numeral system know what he s saying. It didn't help to be honest again slower loud binary united other than by. Oh i thought it said to not except for goodness. My brain worked. That was really good. Yeah wu okay. The largest single creature on earth is a an aspen grove. be a slime mold. See a blue whale. D a fungus. I think it's i think it's i'm i'm good aspen grove. It's the one where the fungus it's the aspen grove but A room in the maller forest in eastern central and it is the largest single organism. Because of the my celia m- that's connected all underneath the ground however it is only barely more like the aspen grove is the close second. It's it's the source of all the honey mushroom sauce off. Honey badgers all right. Here's a scienc- one for you. Let's of physics. Must clocks aboard the gps satellite or satellites compensate ford to maintain accuracy. I don't see my co-host say general relativity. you got general sense. Some small tidbits of information orbiting because of the jeep because gps satellites orbit the earth and above the earth. The actually go their clocks tick a little faster by forty five microseconds a day so if they're not adjusted they'll be off by thirty eight microseconds. Every day is very important because those microseconds can mean yards. And if you let it drift any longer byles away from your actual point. That's not good for gps. Because you can actually see in the global information system databases Some very old flooding that was done compared to where things are now. And you can have that exact scenario. Take place you have..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Me is that There's a lot of the plants aren't quite in their dormancy mode. Yet that temperature drop is going to cause leaves. Instead of turning the fall colors that we like to see they're going to turn black or brown, which is, you know, unfortunate because a lot of us put plants in the landscape for fall color. Uh, this may even affect our Aspen groves in the mountain, so we may not get the gold or yellows that we normally see in the fall. So these are all big concerns. It's better to have a gradual change and the way the weather models are predicting this is gonna be a set dropped, which will kill things back pretty drastically. So Gardner's be aware that if you've got tomatoes and peppers that a warm season plants they're going to need some extra protection being get some cardboard boxes, um, blankets. Yet there are frost blankets available at your garden centres and hardware stores. Some of these things to think about here in the next few days. Yeah, I've got some beloved boxwood, Ah, medium sized bushes and some yuan emus. I really They're big part of my landscape motif. And if I just put bed sheets on them and John is that all I need to do for the overnight that we're going to get the real cold temperatures. Well, that'll help a lot can. My other concern is if there's snow that accompanies the cold that the weight of the snow is going to put, you know some pressure on the branches, so you may have to twist some wooden stakes up to support your blankets slightly above. You know your privates and neon emus and things like that. If you are concerned about the stuff, wait, So those air something, consider that that's what we're planning on doing. We've got so many green tomatoes in our garden. Now they're starting. Finally, Tio. To set good fruit. But when you get down below 32 degrees, those plants don't do well and they can't survive. So they succumb to the really hard Boston and so pick what you can Or, as I say, Put some kind of a Richard cover. It might be a cardboard box could be a five gallon bucket is to protect and to keep the temperature from getting so cold at night. How will our tomatoes just to use an example just for 20 years, roughly going to be a 36 hour period. And this was going to start to get moderate. After that, Well, the cardboard box or the bed sheets or whatever we put on for that period will the plants will be able to get through that? Okay in terms of shock, being shocked Just because of the covering and they should be okay, or will it really set them back and retired the rest of their growth? Well, the cover should help them for at least a day or two. Because that will moderate the temperature and the daytime chapters are supposed to get back up into the forties. So it gets up to 48 50 degrees. That helps kind of buffer. That and and, of course, right now the soil temperatures warm, so we're not going to get. We're going to get some radiation from the soil to keep the plants more so I would at least give it a try. It's it's just so hard to know what these weather models are going to be accurate, but I just wanted people to be prepared at this point, and I'm not sure if you mentioned earlier in your program, but you're spectacular systems. If you have that pressure vacuum backflow, you might want to cover it up with a blanket or a drain it at least for those times when the temperature gets down into the twenties. And that's what I did to get your system clean that you don't need to blow the system out now, but at least watch that, uh, backflow device and it can't hurt because it's a very minor inconvenience. Unhooked of houses from your outside. Faucets would be a pretty good eye. Pretty good idea. You know, it's funny we had last year in along the front range we had it was the mid October maybe the 13th or 14th of October. We had a similar, but it was a month later, John or over a month, which probably made it a little better, But I remember the decision was tree leaves. They just turned kind of a greyish green and just fell to the ground. I remember which was Kind of sad. But they all seem to have bounced back this past spring, which is good news. And I remember that to Kim that that October freeze did that back some plants. They did get stressed out a little bit, because again it was so sudden, and it's stress the plants out. But as we have talked, I think last week that plants are resilient, especially our perennial trees and shrubs that they do have secondary growth and That that stores not energy for next year that they should come back normally and and this remembers. We get into the further into the fall and early winter. If there's open dry conditions, winter watering followed. Watering. Those types of things help keep the root system alive. Make sure your plants can survive through the season because that's one of the things in the Rocky Mountain area, especially the front range. There's not enough moisture in the winter that can sustain for long. The tree. So you need to get out there on a warm day and do that maybe every six weeks or so be sure to check the moisture now of the budge that air that they're going to be ready for next spring's Blooming with decisions. Trees I'm talking about. Have they already been formed or they being form now on my good frozen now, John, or will they be okay? Most of the buds on trees and shrubs already formed for next year. If you look carefully down of the leaf axle, they should be already formed or just finishing up, but plants are triggered to respond to the day length as well as temperature that prepare for winners. So it's just important to keep keep an eye on things, but most of the plants had already set there. New growth for next year, and it's already no ties. But so this this coals are gonna hurt them so much. It's more our flower gardens are vegetables and things like that. If you are a container gardening type person, you know, luckily you, khun roll some of those containers in the garage or the basement to protect those till we get back into the warm spell again. You know, John, From a macro standpoint, I don't get to two heavy philosophical here. But if you think about the technology that we now have to predict the weather How? How? How lucky we are to be able to anticipate things like this. Where is our ancestors? You know all of a sudden, the freezing come and they had no idea about it or think about hurricanes when hurricanes would just suddenly hit. Nobody knew they were coming. So we are very blessed. I know. I complain. A lot about technology. My grandkids watch it too much and all that. But there's benefits as we're discussing here, having that technological look at what's going to happen in the future, aren't there. You're absolutely right. That technology does help us plan ahead and and again, it's based on different things. They have several weather models that predict the weather, but at least it gives us an opportunity to prepare ahead of time. And in the cases you mentioned with hurricanes and tropical storms for safety reasons, we can prepare ahead of time for those kind of catastrophes as well. Before I let you go. Since you're on the Western slope. I'm going to ask you about the fruit crop over there. Is this going to affect what's going on over there? Well, you know this this past year this past spring, we had a real devastating for us that took out between 50 and 60% of peaches. So there aren't many peaches around anymore that you could and if they are, they're kind of pricey by that damage that occurred, But I think we're going to be okay for the season because again just like you. If other plant these trees and the grapevines and such a body prepared some of their buds for next year, But it's going again. The foliage is going to turn black or brown, and it's not going to be a colorful orchard or anything like that. Well, I looked at the forecast before the show started overnight in our markets that we served 20 and Casper, Tuesday twenties, I think 24 in Denver, 27 in the springs. Pueblos. Good, lucky they'll only get down to about 30 or 32 or something, but it's still It's the change. That's a big deal. And so just a review what you've said John cover, which you can cover. Sprinkler system, unhooked the hoses and cross your fingers. I guess that's that's about it, isn't it? That's the basics and that and I just wanted to touch base with you on that, because I know a lot of your listeners. In addition to doing their own home improvement are Abbott gardeners and few belly It's not a bad reminder to get out there and doing this kind of preplanning before it really hits is on Tuesday morning. I promise. This is the last question because you were some kind of agreed to come on for a segment here. This our lawn should be okay because of the warm soil temperatures, right, John? We don't have to Worry about Dai back or anything because of this cold snap in my right You're right ones like the cooler weather, so they're not going to be affected as much and with the moisture If we get some after this cold snap, and we get some moisture, it's a good reminder to think about toleration. And even on that fall application of fertilizer but wants our little bit better in surviving vs are upright plants that are more exposed. John. Thank you very generous to come on this week. Give us this update on the cold weather around the corner. I hope you'll enjoy your your Labor Day weekend. We'll probably see you sometime in October and we can kick things around again. How's that? That sounds like a good idea. And you take care. And all of your listeners Take care..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"Phone and my gun in the truck. I intentionally travel light so I can move fast only planned about thirty minutes and thirty back wearing running shoes. Shorts t shirt and a bright yellow baseball head notably. The hat is so nicely bright. That friends say it's probably scarce fish. I began running about two PM as the first few miles a relatively flat trails follow a creek that flow off a mountain through canyon. There are several trails that branch off heading up in the mountains. I'd prefer a particular trail that follows the edge of the canyon with the creek flowing below. It's absolutely gorgeous before the trail get steep. It takes you through a large Aspen Grove. There is a point about thirty minutes in where I plan to turn around. The trail becomes increasingly less worn and more difficult beyond this point. I have hiked that area many times. Something felt off this time. I didn't feel normal. I moved through the Aspen Grove before taking a steep trail up a mountain when I got a strange feeling I stopped notice. It was quite something made me look up the mountain to the right at a point. Several hundred yards above. I noticed a large granite rock formation. The area is off trail so I'd never looked there before I thought I saw movement probably a black bear as they are coming. I was curious so I pressed on definitely not scared at this point but notice the silence. I continued hiking and reach the point ride plan to turn around decided to hike further hoping to see what caught my eye earlier the trail becomes overgrown and harder to follow at this point so I had been farther than this before but never off trail. I noticed an aspen tree bent over the trail. It had been up rooted in broken off. The tree was green so it was odd could have been a lightning strike but wasn't clear locked. Maybe another eighth of a mile and then took the right off a trail heading in the directions of granite rocks. I wasn't concerned about getting lost. Since it was easy to orientate myself with the Canyon and creek a hiked the trail toward the large metal with many granite boulders reflecting on it now something was compelling me to the meadow I climbed scrambling up the hill to get where I could sit got to. The meadow unnoticed. The rocks look like look like Granite Fortress. I set down on a log and enjoyed the scenery looking down into the Canyon and the creek below the metal and rocks behind me looking around. I didn't see any animals suddenly noticed it was dead quiet. It had been a sunny warm day. With birds and bugs everywhere wasn't scared yet. But notice the extreme silence. I could hear the creek before so. It wasn't as startling as it is now. I began taking off my running shoes. Notable is this isn't something normally do since I have permanent nerve damage to my right ankle. I Walk and run with a limp and sometimes where a brace I remember feeling like my feet were burning wasn't particularly hot button over seventy degrees Fahrenheit. I was becoming unnerved by dead silence and started tying my shoes. This is where things turned weird. I clearly heard my father called me by my first name. The voice was loud and came from behind. I talked to my father earlier in the day. He was at his home in Georgia. No Way was calling me from the rocks behind. Immediately I became overcome with fear. Difficult to describe how overwhelming it was. I began sweating and shaking. It was like knowing lioness stalking me without seeing but more terrifying definitely not fucking around at this point I stood up and looked behind me and saw nothing but large granite rocks started hauling ass down the hills toward the canyon trail below absolutely terrified and I was feeling like something was chasing me. I literally stumbled and fell and rolled down the mountain. I got back up but couldn't recognize anything. It looked completely different. No Canyon Creek or a trail. It was cloudy and I wasn't in the same place anymore. At this point I started hauling ass and what I thought was the right direction and eventually I found the trail and recognize my location. I sprinted through the Aspen Grove back to the truck. I didn't look at my watch. Not sure how long I was gone. I was so terrified. I could hardly drive home. Not sure what happened. But I've never been so afraid in my life. I know something was stalking chasing me. Yes I have gone back to the area from time to time but I'm too afraid to go to the same metal with the granite boulders. I've considered going back but well armed but my instincts tell me it's a bad place. I will never hike again without my three fifty seven. And haven't since something scare the hell out of me and I feel like I was close to being a victim I trust at my flight instinct kicked in for.

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"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tell you how when where and why and when it supports the Broncos basically the sound the same how why where and when they get to get it done against Jacksonville this Sunday more on that coming up take a look at your drive the this morning he's hovering in that K. reject copter John Moore C. restart let's start on our site something like twenty five three car crash actually two trucks at it as you be in the left lane the left three late so it's actually the second lead over from the left but the left relate something like twenty five after dark part ways because it's a pretty good sized delays people's got done a couple of cars in a crash on nor for like forty five at one report quite that's getting it to gas rock that's also causing problems what about have the virgin birth you've got a great you seventy and tops just south of two to five there's an exit there a lot of reviews seventy to get into the tech center Santa Fe and aspen Grove drive you got other action on the south side of that is a great that is got jammed up as you make your way up from the middle and that our TV station there and up into little to all your real crowded all the drive all see for seventy west bouncy for seventy at all your westbound route your real heavy just wake up real heavy all that drive on the. a rap you've got a graduate Arapahoe and Waco that's just east of Parker road and that's causing some delays as you try to get out and get all this work every traffic downtown the a lot of them go at dell dell Dr I twenty five is pretty heavy through the job so that I seventy Dr what is the judge going out six seven six Debbie is real busy coming out of like what is you make real work for like forty five Andy we're pretty stacked up other drive Santa Fe as you make your way up aspiro George but the grass at aspen Grove with this report sponsored by discover well here's something amazing discover badges all the cash back you heard at the end of your first year automatically with.

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"aspen grove" Discussed on X96

X96

10:00 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on X96

"Yes. He's using his talents now to tame a moody bird at the playboy mansion. Owners the new owners of the playboy mansion brothers Evan and Darin metropolis will hand over there, African grey crowned crane sometime at the end of this month. The plan the famous dog trainer will call the temperamental bird down Caesar came into the picture at the end of July for that he was visiting the playboy mansion metropolis brothers groused to Caesar about the burbs, aggressive tendency like charging people and just making it difficult for caretakers caretakers to tend to the exotic bird Caesar connected with the African grain during his visit and made it submit showing whose boss. How can you everyone because he can touch it. And, and he astounded everyone Caesar said he he's a very Pissy bird. But I he's going to get the full Caesar treatment, and when he's done, it'll, hey, yo, take the bird back to the mansion. Hopefully, less cranky recorded on for. We were when we were on a beach house in Florida, one of the, you know, as an Airbnb, and the, you know, the people who own, Airbnb, they always leave a book, telling you about the house on where things are. And also you should expect to see Walter every day at about ten in the morning or sometime. You should see well, for on the back deck, he'll be there and he'll be, he'll want you to feed him some hotdogs, or anything else. And it's this, this giant, this crane, this big or Aaron, I don't know what if huge bird along with long spindly legs. And sure enough, every day would come up on the onto the deck at the back door and just wait there. And we'd go out and feed. And then he'd just hang around all the rest of the day. But then it at night, he'd go wherever you go, and he and then he was joined by an egret after after a while. So there was hot dogs here. Her her dogs. So there was a crane, and an egret snowy egret. There was pretty cool. Let's see, Tracy Morgan, he'd his car. Got crashed. You know, not just a car, it's a. Godley and this car. Well, he drove it out of the showroom. A two million dollar car, which first of all I could afford to even if I had two million dollars cash that I had nothing else to do with, and I could put it on a car. I cannot fathom having a two million dollar car to dare to draw. It'd be nice is probably a really cool car play of the it was somebody in a Honda nailed the front, bumper to replace the front, bumper on the body twenty two thousand dollars. Harka two million dollar call anywhere you want. No. Let's just go through this quickly. You're going out to dinner. Let's take the Bugatti. Okay. Yeah, you give the keys to. Valet Jean, again, I pointed this out to you before if you can afford that, if you can afford a two million dollar car. It doesn't matter to you, but it doesn't matter. You see, you're thinking, like a person who makes two thousand dollars a year. But be sure when you hand the keys over to the valet. You remind him this is a two million dollar car. One man was sent to the hospital with gunshot wounds to gunshot wounds after an incident in Salt Lake City. I guess last night, according to the Salt Lake police Lieutenant Dave Craig Kroft. They were called to Redwood road at dress at ten thirty pm a report of multiple shots fired. Police arrived the scene had scattered but they did find some witnesses and one man with a gunshot. Lou his wrist, who refused medical attention, and it was not cooperative with the police when the man was fully evaluated though. It was discovered he was also shot in the hip police were able to convince him to go to the hospital for treatment, not life threatening injuries. But, you know, prayed cross said, the witnesses seem to have different versions of what had happened. Yeah. No, I had. No. That's not what it was. Nobody's nobody's really being very forthcoming on this thing. A hiker was rescued after finding himself on a treacherous snowfield on mount Pinault Sunday morning. Kohl Bernal was traveling through Utah. He left the apps Aspen grove trail head around six AM Sunday. He planned to reach the summit amount tip, notice being unfamiliar with the area, though. He did not realize how much snow is still there on the trail after the first snowfall I found the trail again. So I got hockey after the I know field I should say I found the trail again. So I got cocky, and I thought I could find the trail every time so he'd, you know, he'd be going on the trail and the snowfield they're kind of obscure the trail, I'm going to be went across the snow, and it would have melted in some places you could see the trail again. But he eventually veered far off the trail and onto the snowfield. Fortunately, he had a, a cell phone with him. And he called. And they were able to figure out where he was almost instantly. And he was rescued off this snowfield. Let's see people to judge. Running for president layer Pete, he's the mayor of south bend, Indiana. And as mayor he is suspended for, for a bit his presidential campaign had to go back to south bend, Indiana. Because a man has died after a shooting involving a police officer in south bend Buddha said he changed his campaign scheduled to return, south bend on Sunday and hold a late night news conference. He said that the circumstances of the death would be thoroughly investigated and called on any witnesses of the shooting to come forward and speak with investigators. We will be striving to reach out to community members Buddha said, you know, he campaigning, he's made no secret of the fact that he's gay. And, and somebody said, how do you if you got elected? How would you feel being the first openly or just the first gay president? And he said, listen, I'm pretty sure we've had a gay president of the United States, already, I wouldn't be odds are. Are to be the first openly. Yeah, he said, od saw. And then the reporter said, would you care to tell us who you think that was? And he said, Abraham. He said, we all know, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. He said, no, no. I don't really he said, Mike Gaidar is horrible. He really did. He said I it's not up to him to. He said my Gaidar is horrible on with living people, I don't think it's I think it's even worse with, with people who are past. There was a forget who won president who was a bachelor in office, never did marry. Just never found the right one that's right likely like Liberace firm. Lindsey Graham Lindsey Graham. And Donald Trump's broad several pollsters from his campaign, after internal polling numbers that showed the president lag behind a democratic presidential candidates in key states. These figures were leaked made public, according to multiple sources CNN, and other outlets. First reported the numbers which showed from trailing Joe Biden in states like Michigan and Wisconsin weeks ago. But a purge of the polling team was proposed after Trump grew angry about coverage of the numbers in recent days. Campaign officials are frustrated after the detail numbers of four out of seventeen states polls week to outlets like ABC last week. Michael bell, the president CEO of to know its base. I can't I don't know how you say that last name. Michael bus slot base lice slice, president of polling company is one of the pollsters, that Trump campaign is let go a Republican familiar with the matter told CNN he. Yeah. And nobody's saying exactly nobody knows who leaked the numbers. But somebody inside the White House felt it was important. This pissed the president off about this. Let's see you said it. I think we're about one more one more. Let me go right here. Here to sell book, June. Has shared Father's Day tribute to her husband, or the teacher husband, Tom Brady. They've been married, ten years and on Instagram she had an adorable picture of horse, embracing his three children with this touching caption. Happy Father's Day. My love bone. John captioned, the Instagram photo of John Edward Thomas, eleven Brady son with expert, with Brady's son with ex Bridget moynahan posing with Brady and their son. Benjamin rain and daughter Vivian lake. There are no words to describe how much you mean to us. There's nothing we love more than being with you. Besides being the best tick, ler pancake maker and haircut her in the world. You are the best dad. Thank you for always making us feel safe. And for loving the way you do. We love you so much really that is. That's charming. It's love lovely now. But I wonder how he excels at all. All of those things tickling. These Tom Brady Bill, he Han cake making and airtime. And I, I saw a lot of social media over the weekend. I am very confused. It confused as who the best father in the world is because Gina's everybody seems to think that their dad is the best dad in the world. Nobody in my family. So. Nobody in my family, but it's subjective. You, you have to realize that it subject..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Works caller number five four to four twelve sixty five zero five four two four twelve fifty caller number five five hundred dollars worth of ticky for cocktails and tacos and yoga wars, and no Tonko worth oh. And yoga. No. What they've included Kate and you'd appreciate this. They've included also health workshops for people who work in, in bars in the hospitality industry because subject is smoking, and drugs and alcohol, ISM and bad diets. Yeah. Yeah. And stress and crazy hours yesterday service in general. Job. So Natalie Bovis who runs the whole thing included throw that you know, she said I've, I've worked in the industry. Good. Yeah. It's cool. Yeah. That's great. Anyway, so we'll give away those will be a taco I love taco. To me, too. I'm so sorry. Lisa. Next time. Can you be the fifth caller? Quick resin iphone. The last time you to here, your phone rang and you threw it across the radio on. Now. Panicked through the Lisa. Try to blame it on here. You're. We're doing really well we're we're hard at work. Putting out our August issue. But coming on the air, we were reviewing our Junish thinking it's so good. Maybe we should just put it out again. Oh, which the cover addition. Who's really reading, you know switch up like the order of the article anybody notice. All right. You know, I said the oldest stay magazine still. Yes. Yes. Yes. And still the best, right. And still. And maybe we'll give people a promo code a little bit later, if people want to subscribe, and they can do it like a full year for fourteen ninety nine something stupid. To get the secret code okay. So you have been Lisa even traveling around. Yeah, I have I've been traveling around. I have more travel. Okay. Who let me ask you about. Kate, O F you because you've been traveling a lot across the state house, New Mexico looking right now green, oh, it's beautiful. Crazy. Beautiful yesterday. Beautiful beautiful. I was up in the Jimenez this week earlier this week Wildflower action. There's they've been doing a lot of worse than projects up there, so the first in general looks very, very healthy. And you know, any waterway that's out there right now is roaring flown up there. You said you were in the house. So the river was the Pecos goes through there as well. Those same as mountain. Oh, the Hamish. I'm sorry. I was thinking up in the Picco. That'd be a long way for the river. Overflowed is Bank. And then I'll. Before going north. So it is. Hot springs did not. Lisi where you've been traveling around personally, I was down in those, though this weekend. Carey's ozo- or. Jerry, Jerry country. Yeah. It was very windy there. I blew in. To town. Yeah. Focus, but on the way down is beautiful. San Antonio and across. Yeah, I did. And there's that nice green fuzz that we get on the landscape. You know, we only get the every seven years. That was good. Tons of wildflowers. I was also Serena's wildflowers that haven't been spotted in a decade just beautiful. Yeah. Totally paper today says that, you know, if we get monsoons mid-july Norma monsoons, we may escape the entire fire. I wonder if we have to be vigilant, they found, you know, thirty or thirty campfires abandoned Paco's last weekend. So we have to be careful and for the July is coming true. All right. We were talking before we went on the air about we are the champions and, you know, it's not about Queen or, you know, bohemian rhapsody. It's about trees in New Mexico. So it it's a very, very cool story. Now, who is Robert Julian Julian? He's yes, he's the head of the super adventure club, which I belong to. Outings. Nerds. Bob wrote the book place names of New Mexico, which Lord of your listeners will have shelves. Club. He pitched the story but the big tree registry, which a whole lot of states have in New Mexico has had for many, many years. And it is if you have what you think is a large tree state forestry will come out and a measure it and decide if you'll have the largest of that species of tree in this state. I mean, the US okay number of national champs. So you guys have the trees in, you have a little box kind of tree. It is where it is state champion. Yes. Yes. Yes. And some of them in champion the amazing one is you start off with Joshua tree. I never knew we could grow Joshua. I didn't either deny that this one is in Las Cruces where they can grow really big at this point. Unofficial champion unofficial national champ, but, and that's partly because some, some people don't enter their trees, so there could will be national champion Joshua tree and. You know that there's also, you know, we don't reveal the locations of a lot of these trees in the story, if they're on private property because nerds tree, vandals tree vandals. There's creeps out there who wouldn't hurt a national champion tree may be because they have the Josie or what? Runner up, right? Yeah. Some kind of all right? Subterfuge. All right. So, but the Joshua Jeremy, this is amazing. Any, any idea have you know what address show a tree is? I mean, is it is it a tree? Trees. Like a pokey. It seems quite related to this release Yaro in. Yeah, it's a related. It's a relative of the yucca. Now. I mean, that's, that's kind of that's kind of cool that we have Joshua trees in New Mexico. And we, we have this really bigger. But the two most amazing trees in the story to me, are, are the are the, the giant Cottonwood rea- green Cottonwood, and the willow tree, which a normal sized human being man with a ladder, like a twelve foot ladder standing next to the to the willow tree. And this is up in Tulsa, willow trees up in house. It is hundred and ten feet tall. And the man doesn't I mean he didn't mean Harley. Register it looks like one of those little army figure exactly like a little tin soldier. Yeah. In that tree benefits by being very close to an sick. Yeah. So it's just slurping it up all day long, but those those softer wood trees like that are prone to lightning damage in all kinds of aging problems grow fast. They die grace stored. In one of one of the things that I loved about it to is where he talks about how some trees are not impressive by their size, but by their age and any sites, some of them, alligator junipers that, that could be audited, Univer thousand years old. He's two feet tall. The one that they called Yoda. Yes. Out in the mall pice, right? Yeah. That was really a sweet story. Yeah. And it was like six hundred years old Yoda, but the size of Yoda, but, like six feet tall or something, and I'm gonna start a registry for, for home gardeners. Like me for the smallest old tree. But, you know, it depends on the water sources depends on on the on, you know how rugged it is the mall volcanic. So it's not exactly hospitable place to grow. Exactly. And the oldest trees, I think the oldest in the world may be urban Sierras and the top of a range, I mean out there, exposed to the wind and the cold all the time, they're like, you know, four thousand years old and, and small right because of the environment. And in fact, if you get into like the species, and Aspen grove is really one tree. It's one plant, right. Right. And it's super old FU pearls. The colony itself, right? Yes. And the these cottonwoods they talk about in the story, the they're, they're really big. They shoot up super fast, but they also die really fast break, really easy, right? Yeah. They're called bottle rockets because they go up and then die remember few years back, there were warning people and UNM campus to be very careful walking around. Oh. Droughts. Yeah, exactly. All right. We'll a tree fell recently by the George o Keefe museums. Right. And it, it fell until power line, and then crush somebody's car really liking this last windstorm exactly a week ago or scurrying. Have you ever you travel so much K driving around, you know, all kinds of conditions you ever seen a tree hit by lightning? One in my front yard gut hit when I was there. I didn't see it, but I heard it and I stepped outside and your smoke coming up. Up that tree. Anymore. You're seeing treat at him. I don't think so when I was at the university of Rochester, we had this super old tree on campus and one day I got to school, and it had cracked in half just very recently. So the aftermath traveling, I think it was between north of Delors in southern Colorado, and we're both travelling long. And we both out at the same time, it was just kind of right in the perfect spot like you know, in front of us a little bit to the right over there and boom. Live. Cool that was close. So Robert Julian, he pitched you guys. All right. So if you're a member of the super venture clubs super nerdy in probably contact another member of the club k Nelson. Yes, you wanna pitch story. Nerdy. Crafts, the best. Pitch us is not just to like we're not sitting specific stuff. I got a story. If we're thinking of a really great story, a, we see Nyerere arm wrestling over which one of us gets to write it rather than saying, could we get? Right, right. Yeah. We're not looking to farm out the stories of we we've thought up in house where we want people to pitch us from around the state who have a really unique quirky thing going for them. So hence big trees, big trees. But once again, the aren't arm wrestling contests is a ongoing. It's one of these experience versus youth. Strong. Yeah. I can't win. All right. Bill, bill. I hope you have somebody to take to the cocktails and culture. Alesia Lisi Guzman Hewitt..

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"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"aspen grove" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sexual orientation or gender identity. Passed by the house today. The equality act expands the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights Act. It is unclear though if it has enough support in the Senate. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UCLA traffic center, the UC health weight loss center offers solutions for life changing weight loss. Call five one three nine three nine twenty to sixty three to learn more. That's nine three nine twenty to sixty three. Traffic remains big time, heavy in Kentucky east to seventy five heavy between seventy-five over two five mile across the top. You're still heavy starting to thin out between seventy-five and wards corner north seventy five still crowded Smith Edwards to Pfeiffer and northbound seventy five still taking a beating between Burlington and the Brent Spence, then Mitchell to union center. I'm rob Williams News Radio seven hundred wwl w. Lakers forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl job. This evening. Spotty rain or storms until about nine o'clock with temperatures in the seventies otherwise partly cloudy and sixty four overnight tomorrow, mainly sunny, a slight afternoon chance in highs near ninety degrees. And on Sunday, mostly sunny with a chance of rain by mid day, rain and storms are likely to develop in the evening. Highs in the low to mid eighties from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio seven hundred wwl, w and the national weather service has now issued a new severe thunderstorm warning for Bracken Campbell, Pendleton, and the southern part of Clermont county that warning in effect until six fifteen storm was located near Butler moving east at thirty miles an hour. Could see sixty mile an hour wind gusts quarter-sized hail, if you're in Alexandria, Felicity mentor, Moscow Neville, California. Mount Auburn along with Aspen grove and peach grove, you're in the path of this storm, again, a severe thunderstorm warning. For Bracken Campbell, Pendleton, and the southern part of Clermont county until six fifteen radar shows cloudy skies and some isolated storms moving through the tri-state right now. It's seventy degrees though. It is warmer if you're in an area where the rain hasn't come through yet news is a service of carry automotive dot com. No reports of any injuries, but multiple fire crews are on the scene of a three alarm blaze going on in Fairfield at the villages of Wildwood apartments. That's on Brittany lane. It is just off of the intersection of Ross and route four several units in that complex are on fire. Ohio State University responding to the report that says a former athletics physician sexually abused. Nearly two hundred students. The investigation included interviews from over five hundred people and a review of documents dating back to the relevant time period, university president, Michael Drake, also wrote a letter to students faculty and staff calling the findings, shocking and painful to comprehend yellow offered sincere.

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"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Wasn't the weather, but a pursuit that backed up. Traffic this morning. How one neighborhood eatery used it as an opportunity to create some goodwill, KOA NewsRadio. Joining us live. With those details was John Morrissey was talking about that investigation scene at Santa Fe and mineral still taking place after the crash that ended at the end of a police chase involved, a stolen vehicle the detours of forgetting around. That crash have been really really long one of them comes through. This Aspen grove shopping centre. The manager of this chick fillet says she wanted to help those drivers and brighten their day. And then it was an easy decision. Pretty quiet inside. Everybody's running late for work, but we wanna make their mornings a little Friday with our coffee. So one employee has walked out to the median where the stop sign is with the carafe of coffee is offering freebies and the driver's reaction is great anything from really free coffee to bleep. Yes. I'll take some free coffee. So I'd say mission accomplished in brightening these drivers days. Reporting live in little to Connor shreve. KOA NewsRadio honor. Hopefully, you got some as well. I'll take that. As a yes, there are renewed calls for unity on Capitol Hill is lawmakers try to head off another government shutdown with negotiations at the end of the week. President Trump touched on it last night in his state of the union. We must choose between greatness or gridlock results or resistance vision or vengeance. Incredible progress or pointless destruction at the same time. The president also addressed the need for funding for our southern border, which is something that led to the recent government shutdown. This is a moral issue. The lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial well being of all America is vowing to get that massive border wall built saying, quote, walls, work and wall. Save lives. The president also announcing a date for a second summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN it's going to be February twenty seventh and twenty eighth in Vietnam. One time Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams gave the democrat response despite the. Goodwill, tone too, much of the speech. Minnesota democrat Senator Amy klobuchar says it lacks specifics. So that's what really bothered me is that he had some beautiful rhetoric in there, and he had some wonderful people. But he wasn't moving us forward and rising to the challenges of the day. Then kluber says she doesn't believe the president rose to the occasion. Colorado GOP, congressman Ken, buck has a different point of view. He joined us earlier and says lawmakers need to act as one instead of remaining divided. It was really important that everybody in the chamber. Understood that we've got to come together now and reach an understanding on border security and move forward on other issues. You can hear more from congressman buck and his democratic opposition at Pearl at nine forty here on KOA NewsRadio. And if you miss any of our top interviews, you can always find them online on our podcast page. Gotta KOA NewsRadio dot com horse tooth mountain park in larimer county, temporarily closed this week after Monday's mount line attack. That's after a trail runner was able to fight off one of those mountain lines and suffocated with his bare hands despite suffering injuries officials. Say more mountain lions were spotted in the area yesterday. Prompting the closure decision. We made likely on Friday, whether it's safe to reopen the area to the public Chad Hoffman, KOA NewsRadio. Former Penn State assistant football coach, Jerry Sandusky could get his sentence changed on his child molestation conviction. Pennsylvania appeals court yesterday rejected arguments his attorneys for new trial, but they did order the seventy five year old to be resentenced. The panel ruled that mandatory minimums were not properly applied in the original sentencing Sandusky was sentenced to thirty to sixty years in two thousand twelve after being convicted on forty five counts of child molestation Denver zone. Alan roach. Well, known here for the amazing announcing voice Howard Stern caught up with him in an interview after his gig at the Super Bowl and as a result of being on Stern's show Roach being approached by New York and Los Angeles talent agents. So what does he want to do the movie trailers that sounds like a very lucrative business? Those do. Contain used to drive around in a limo twice a week and pulled down two million a year. Yeah. Do that in a world where he's the voice of Colorado's morning news and movies do that like a one sentence and then have road trip. Boy, he did very well on that show. I got a Roach was on yesterday with Lewis and Logan talking about that. That.

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"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"aspen grove" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Every ten minutes on the tens John Morsi drivers having real trouble with that. Southbound Santa Fe drive between bowls and mineral because southbound Santa Fe is closed. Northbound Santa Fe is reopened and parts of mineral have reopened at that. After an bad accident early this morning that killed two people. Other still investigating southbound Santa Fe still closed even though you're backed up back to bowls if you're caught in that big backup when you get down to Aspen grove, you can cut around behind aspirin grove on Aspen grove way. And that will take you around to mineral at least get you around that closure of Santa Fe, which is causing us problems. The rest of your drive this morning. Very heavy. Traffic this morning that snow and fog creating problems on the on the west side of town. Very heavy traffic trying to get up onto I seventy from westbound C four seventy northbound ninety three has reopened in Washington the golden area, and that's good news and a slow go into boulder on the westbound boulder turnpike, heavy around church ranch Broomfield mccaslin and right on into boulder. Pretty heavy traffic on two seventy loaded up in both directions. Denver police wrapping up an investigation of a crash on the east side. It was forty-seven in Peoria, your drive on northbound to five hundred westbound, I seventy good. But once you get on die seventy it's going to be a busy slow drive. Both sides of I seventy heavy eastbound jammed up from Sheridan into downtown westbound from Havana this report is sponsored by positive coaching alliance. Got issues with youth or high school sports positive coaching alliance can help PCA a national nonprofit offers more than a thousand free online resources for youth and high school, sports coaches parents students and administrators bees visit PCA devs zone dot org. Next update nine ten KOA..

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