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"dog mountain" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"So That's the wonder haven't been to you, but I'll talk to you about the ones I have been to So the closest one to knee is the Columbia River Gorge and there's a couple of falls throughout the gorge in hiking paths right now the gorgeous clothes. Because of Kobe and kind of everything that's going on Smaller communities around there so they don't have the hostile capacity. People. Became sicker smart for them to just close it because a lot of places like bad are not closed and it's a problem. So yeah, I think what happened is that when the state home orders I happened, everyone wanted to go to these places. and. So these communities were kind of overpopulated. Yes. But one of the more famous places in the gorge is noma falls. Yeah. And is. Oklahoma is that the one that had a fire a few years ago? Yes. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So the actually Yeah. you should go. I mean actually got all of these. The falls especially very touristy. There's a lot of people but but it's nice to see in. It's not too far from town I live in Portland And so it's it's a we'd be like a forty forty minute drive. Okay. So this is you're talking trip from from. Portland slash. A lot of a lot of places in Oregon you I mean, a lot of the population is along that same is it I five? or or the gorge? No I. Mean just like the North to south like corridor of population in Oregon I I am. Yeah I feel like if you're along their, this could be a day trip from most places. No. Yeah, I think so. Yeah. Yeah. Let's talk about I mean as you go let's talk about the the accessibility and who can get there because people are listening from all over the place and so I mean obviously we can look at maps, but we also can talk about that as we go. Saw Her faked. Yeah. So I think that's probably going to be our most accessible option number seven wonders There's accessibility for wheelchairs There's large parking lots and you you really can get a really beautiful view specially if if you wanna see the natural beauty, but maybe can't walk as far or taking various family members. woma falls is a great option. Other places in the gorge may have less parking and. Have more difficult hikes one of the ones that I had shared with. You was jog mountain. And this is like the hardest. Hike I've ever done it real. Yes. It's it's literally upheld the entire time. I'll tell both ways. kind of A. So what's the reward? Do you get a mountain top or yes. There's flowers at the top and so. Is there ice cream is there Swiss chalet with Fondue I. Wish that would nice. It was actually finished theory because the day we went it was really windy and I was lying in I. I. I mean, we're not meeting in person so you can't see how sly but I'm pretty short. Okay. I'm probably like five one and I think that I was like is the Wind GonNa push me over. So that that's one that I think you need to prepare for really make sure that your really physically active to be able to do that. The first time I did it I went with my partner in I just like gave up media third way in I was like this is the Ron Day. We are not doing this. You've got to prepare yourself mentally for this one to hey. Exactly. He's super super active. So he's like, what are you talking about and I was like but the second time I went I I kind of knew what I was getting into and I thought okay. I'm going to go with a group for me. That's really motivating to kind of keep everyone's stamina up. Morale we took a few breaks and brought lots of snacks loss of water I didn't bring my dog that second time, which was a really good decision because it really is challenging. Okay and for that one I mean you can bring your dog but I personally wouldn't recommend it. mind takes a lot of pe- breaks and that would kind of slow me down. But I mean there's so many places in the Columbia River Gorge and. Lots of different levels of accessibility are. Different levels of accessibility in regards to park keen an difficulty. And I think if you just type the Columbia River Gorge Hikes. Or viewpoints you can get a lot but those are the two that I think a lot of people here know about in and go to. And Dog Mountain is open right now. Know everything in the gorge. Sure is currently closed. And there are there should be some maybe A. The gorgeous, pretty large and so it covers Washington and Oregon kids. It's the Columbia, river and so kind of two sides to it. So I'm I, know the Oregon side is closed maybe the Washington side is open but I'm not sure. Okay. So this might be might be one that will have to shelf until. Yes until it reopens. Exactly. Where we going next. So next is now hood. I love now. There is just so much there. I mean any season you go to if you go in the summertime, there's hikes there's lakes there swimming. This is about an hour and a half to two hours away from Portland end definitely a day trip that you can do or a weekend. You can go camping there. There's a lot you can do, and then in the winter I snowboard. So there's lots of options for snowboarding in seeing. and also different Like a packages. So for you know if you're a newer boarder or you want to pay less for the day there's different options for that. Again, lots of parking on in all of these places there's really good too. So I mean a couple of times. I think I've lost service, and if you just follow the signs, it's great you. Know where you are. One of my favorite places. Mount Hood is trailing Lake. trillium lake. Yes. Sounds like it's surrounded by flowers. It is. Trillions by chance. I think so. And they just put those two together so. Trillions. Our little three try trillium three leafed or three pedaled flowers. Nice I pretty sure. Those are there. Yeah. I'm sure it is. They're like all over that area and Oregon and northern California and so sounds about right. Well I'm glad I'm glad you were you willing to help me put that together there. There's.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Passion project a thing that they believed that that we need to have unfortunately the UNIX fell on hard times during the two thousand eight financial crisis and Steven in January of two thousand, ten was despondent over having to have laid off employees. They lost a lot of money. They weren't able to maintain the employees that they had hired. And so at the age of sixty one, he took his own life in June of two thousand thirteen, after three years of maintaining dog mountain on her own and struggling to keep it going and grow this project that meant so much to her and her husband. Gwen passed away as well. The Dog Mountain community released a statement. Gwen never got over the loss of Stephen and missed him terribly every day. As you all know after Stephen's death, she devoted her life to continuing his legacy as a great artist, she continued to manage the gallery and kept active in community affairs. She vowed to help. Turn Saint John's Berry into one. One of the most dog friendly places in Vermont so this year, the twentieth anniversary of the opening of the dog chapel the dog mountain website posted finally in the year two thousand, the dog chapel was introduced to the world is a symbol of peace, love and remembrance in the twenty years, since it has been transformed into a living piece of communal art and history ever-evolving, each new note and photo pin to the overflowing walls, the chapel has become a unique and moving physical embodiment of the unending love. People have to give in these times especially places like the dog chapel deserve to be celebrated and cherished. That is so beautiful. It's sad that that his life ended with him being despondent and sad. Because clearly, he gave so much joy to people through his works and. This one in particular, the the struggle was not new, though he had lived most of his life, battling depression, and so it was I from the vibe. That I got from the articles that I. Read and the statements released by friends and relatives. It seems like this was kind of all that he could handle like he gave what he wanted to give back and was would just wasn't able to fight anymore. It's interesting. How many creative people suffer from depression? I've not seen any statistics on it, but I would venture to guess it's a pretty high percentage. Absolutely name so friends of Dog Mountain is a nonprofit organization that was established by family and friends of Stephen and Gwen. That's committed to ensuring the dog mountain and the Stephen Unit Gallery and the dog chapel will not just survive. Survive but thrive, and you can find more on the website. Dog Mt Dot Com. There's all kinds of information about Stevens art and the legacy, and where you can donate to help. Keep this passion project going. There's actually been a documentary made about the location as well. It's called Dog Mountain, a love story and I think I'd really like to watch that slash. Never Watch it because I don't think I'll make it through. Yeah. We have a very dear friend who had to say goodbye to his dog today. So. This story I think affects you and I may be. A bit more because of that I know this is kind of a bummer and I tried to figure out like how to like. Put the whole death part in the first part and then move, but there's no way you. GotTa tell a story as it is, and so I wanted to leave you with this. It's a quote from Stephen Eunuch that I found him. One of the articles that I read I received inspiration to accomplish certain things in life, and that figures into a bigger equation. You have to give to get. That's beautiful. You know who okay yeah. Dogs, they're great Yeah, they're so great dogs. And we love you and we love the you hang out with us, and we want to welcome our latest premium subscribers to the box of oddities. We're going to be releasing our next bonus episode in just a few days. So if you're not a member yet now is a good time to join you. Get the bonus episode. You get all of the episodes ad free. You get them a day early and you get access to the back channel, which is direct contact with us so if you want to send a message through the back channel, says fuck you Katrina for giving me all these feelings. You big stupid ahead. You know she's.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"I was doing the robot during that. Have, you ever heard of Dog Mountain? No, are we doing to mountain? Stories back toback sort of. I mean it is a mountain, yes. Dog Mountain is set upon about one hundred fifty acres a private mountain top spot in Saint. John's Barre Vermont the grounds are almost always open to people and their dogs. It was started by Stephen, neck and Gwen Hugh Neck. Stephen Hyun was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight in Columbus. Ohio he was an American Wood. Carver artist, furniture, maker, painter, and author. He was a self taught sculptor Stephen started out as an antique furniture picker, and through that experience. He said that he learned about good design and how to build furniture that lasts forever, and he studied the furniture, so then he started to build the furniture. Stephen had very good fortune to be discovered doing the thing that he loved. He carved his first piece. It was an angel and. And it was in the back of his truck, and he was discovered in Nineteen eighty-four, when a man started pulling the angel out of the back of his truck, and he said. How much do you want for this angel and Hyun? It was not intending to sell it, and he believed that the guy wouldn't pay what he wanted for it anyway, so he said a thousand dollars in the man revealed himself to be an art dealer for Manhattan, and he gave the guy a thousand dollars. This is the type of story. Yeah. It really is so. The Art dealer paid Stephen The thousand dollars and that was that he was now an artist. In The New York Times in nineteen, Eighty, eight, there was an article that states in a short time several of Mr H- UNIX works were sold through that dealer. One fetch ten thousand dollars. I never made half that on an antique Stephen who was thirty nine at the time said. This seems like a miracle within two years of the sale from his pickup truck. His works were. Were being widely exhibited as examples of Faux Card from the Stamford Museum and Nature Center to the White House. Mr Pieces are in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution the Dog Museum of America and the American Kennel Club so in Nineteen ninety-four. Stephen suffered from adult respiratory distress syndrome after he fell down a flight of stairs, and it left him in a coma for two months. the, doctors were not hopeful, but with the help of his wife Gwen. Stephen made a full recovery. He pretty much had to relearn everything how to walk how to sign his own name, and just before this accident had taken place, he's was inspired to do a series of woodcut prints based on his dog sally. So after he woke up from the coma once he was able to Stephen began working. Working on these would cuts, and the I would cut. He carved was called. Life is a ball, and that celebrated his newfound life, and it remains one of the most cherished and iconic of his works You can probably picture it. It's kind of a rectangular piece, and it's a water line on the bottom with dogs head coming up out of the water after a ball and at the bottom. Bottom, it says life is ball. It's real simplistic, but beautiful, and well done and anyway I love it so Stephen and Gwen. It didn't have kids, but they always had dogs. They were there constant companions, and they felt that they were compelled to do something special, and after Stevens near death experience, they bought a property in one, thousand, nine, hundred five to do this project dog mountain, the centerpiece of. Of Dog, mountain is the dog chapel and that opened its doors memorial. Day weekend of the year. Two thousand Dog Mountain is an unspoiled haven. It's Scott Hiking trails and and Dob Pons. There's wild flowers in the summer and you can snowshoe in the winter. leashes are not required. You are encouraged to bring your dogs and just let them beat dogs, and this is in Saint John's Berry. Correct Okay Stephen spoke of his passion project and said I've learned so much more about love from my dogs than I ever did my parents or the church. He's quoted in the Chicago Tribune as saying they're really great teachers, and they love you with their whole hearts, so dog mountain is a vast park like space and is open to the public at no charge it. It also includes a gallery of Stevens Artwork and fun agility course for dogs I mean as post people could do it, too, but you know probably more fun for the dogs. Stephen and Gwen turned the barn that was on the property into a studio space. He said I'm a hand carver. I love the texture. You can get only by hand and he carved almost. Almost every single day of the year he would take time out to walk the dogs obviously, but he was pretty much just wanted. It's what he did. It's how he spent his time and being self taught. He carved very unique style, some referred to as backward carving, so he carved toward himself. Other artists were very curious about this style and one actually asked. Asked if he could come and stay with Stephen and Gwen for a month spend a month. Just watching him carve so that he could learn his style because he loved what he produced by sea, and the style is unique to Stephen, so he wanted to kind of absorb them. It's kind of counterintuitive though you don't WanNa. Be Carving toward yourself with sharp pokey thing. Stephen and Gwen very private people, though so they declined the offer of having a random stranger artist. Come live with them for a month. They like I said they didn't have kids, but they did have three dogs, two black labs, daisy and Sally and molly a golden retriever. Stephen built. The Dog Chapel himself in the style of twenty s Vermont Village Church. It is small, modest and white. The chapel resembles a regular new. England church from the outside, aside from the steeple topped with a Labrador with wings. One? A sign out front proclaims welcome all creeds, all breeds. No Dogmas allowed. This is according to the New York. Times inside the four pews had made by Mr Huhne are supported by carved wooden dogs stained glass windows depict dogs in various poses, and the walls are covered inches thick with photos and handwritten notes to departed pets. Place there by their grieving visitors, according to John is who is gwynn's brother in an interview with NPR. Stevens said that the dog chapel was his largest and most personal artwork, and it really is. It's a masterpiece. The videos that I watched. It's almost spiritual. People walk inside, and there's this real reverence. Wait. That's carried there and you can see these handwritten notes. That say things like Frankie. These sixteen years were the best years of my life. I'll never forget you my sweet hot dog. You know that kind of thing. Some our work is obviously made by children grieving. They're they're lost pets. It's really an emotional place. What a beautiful project would a beautiful effort would a beautiful work of art that is, and it was so personal to them. It was such a.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Simple but delicious. Menu are mainstays our air. We make ourselves in house and so we have the donor. We have a bunch of grilled sandwiches and like a Stir Fry Buddha bowl and pretzel and beer cheese. It's all really good stuff like butcher. Quality meats bakery breads you know. Local really local produce three. Yeah it's great. I want to say that we do have Vegan and gluten free options so that was something that as we were opening people on Social Media and friends. Were telling us we needed to do all this stuff. You know. Everybody is full of all this advice in your life. Don't like like stop like I need to plan the business and we thought that people were. I didn't believe that we would have as many vegetarian. People are vegans or people need to free and so. I'm really glad that we did. Listen to a few of those people So we do have those options now and it turns out. It's quite important to have Both arm UNITARIANS. So is one of those things where I was like. Nobody will want a Vegan Sandwich. Well it turns out they do so. I think that's good to know now. Yeah yeah yeah totally and then so like the Patios like not concerned percents done yet. But how? How many people can you get up there? And they're going to be any attractions in the summer. That you're doing there. Yeah so we have a capacity of one hundred and twenty four on the rooftop patio. We currently have seating for fifty sixty. We have kind of integrated some benches around the outside and we have a bunch of picnic tables under cover. It's about forty percent covered in heated. And we're in the process of building seating for another about forty people so we should comfortably seep our capacity of one hundred and twenty four. Whether or not we allow it to get to that and are able to serve enough beer and food for that many people comfortably is yet to be determined and I should note. There is a downstairs bar in an upstairs bar. So you don't have to keep going up and down up and down the yeah. It's it was really. The focus of our project was building that rooftop patio and we almost well. We definitely put far more into building the patio than we did. The interior of the building right so the interior is kind of utilitarian and the patio is like very nicely finished. Rustic finished with style We have a bar with the same twelve tops as we do in the taproom. We have two bathrooms. We have provisions for live music. Which is going to be staple of the summertime and it's just going to be great in the sunset is like right on your patio twos. Yeah the sunset's directly in front of us and we have a view of the Albany Valley and the inlet. That is absolutely stunning. Yes yes it is so if somebody was to come here and visit a would be the experience you want them to leave with like that idea stuck in their mind. That's kind of hard to say we've had a lot of people come through and the come in the tasting room and they it's full and their little disappointed and then once we say oh well there's room on the patio and everybody is very surprised and they go up there and nowhere to lie. Everybody is amazed they walk around that corner from the stairs and they see the cover and the the lighting and the tables and we really. We really hit that the park I think and so for us like I want people to come here and you know frankly. Maybe some low expectations the you know. It's doesn't look extraordinary down here. You know our draft tower is pretty cool here. It's a very creative too. But then I want them to be to leave amazed upstairs going to be like what and then you know then they get table service. So that's a different thing we have to. We really are focused on. Customer service up there Not Standing at the bar waiting for your drinks and things like that like sit down. Get comfortable view. We'll bring you beer and I want them to leave surprise to be like they never expected this because there's nothing else like it here. There's not very many places like that. Like specifically our patio on the island and we really tried to be different and we want people to leave remembering that and thinking that cool and if somebody was wanting to open up career themselves So you can give. I would say find a community that you know is going to embrace you and maybe doesn't have a lot of in it already and choose a spot that is in the worst location that you can find so that you get a good deal on your real estate and try to buy the building that has been. Kinda that footing of our business. It's allowed us to have more stable and favorable loans. It's GonNa build you wealth over the long term and it's just a better investment than making some landlord rich in downtown Vancouver Rahman so as a yeast specialist Yemeni special strains back there that you haven't used yet or any particular use that you're going to work in the mix here. Well I don't know I would. I would just say that. We're very lucky that we were able to modify some recipes that we had already been. You know home. Brewing attest batching and use a lot of the new Norwegian strains that are out there. It's hard for breweries that are already established possibly tasting rooms haven't been around. Like the lounges. For a very long time. And they're all stuck doing a lot of production so they can't just change their recipe and use a use. That is makes your beer into glass five days right. So we're doing a lot of work with different exchange strains really having a lot of fun with that but other than that not really a. There's nothing really weird back. There were staying away from things. Like pretend to macy's we try to have a lot of very clean sessional Beers low alcohol and God forbid we did get an infection. It's just not. We're not interested in doing that as a very tiny space. It'd be rampant quick. Eric we have a very strict cleaning protocol. You side. It's tight back there. You got to keep things clean and Organiz so all right. Well thank you very much for your time. Really appreciate it and definitely GonNa come back when the PATIOS completely finished. Yeah and really enjoy that. But I mean I'm going to enjoy it now in the sunshine. I mean it'd be ridiculous I ran away so awesome right. Thank you thanks for coming. Thanks to Andy and Robin for their time really appreciate it was a beautiful day there and that was such an awesome patio. I cannot wait to go back and see that patio fully done and being able to enjoy the view and just look down the valley with some really nice beer and Something from their awesome kitchen as well really looking forward to going back and visiting both twin city and dog mountain brewing. Just before we go I want to thank the BC L. Trail again for making this episode. Possible check them out as well as their new APP at the trail. That's the if you like what you heard today. I do hope you hit. Subscribe wherever you've been listening to this podcast and If you want more details about the other burris past episodes anything of that matter Go to the website cascadia. Beer thank you so much again for your time and listening to this podcast series. I really do appreciate it. And until next time remember. Support your local..

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"dog mountain" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Itineraries accomplish a list of every crapper NBC a calendar with beer events and a blog with lots of great stories the regional. L. Trails include local breweries pubs and restaurants. Along with a lot of other activities. The area has offer so stay home for now but as you plan for the Post pandemic trip let the BC L. Trail. Guide you to your next beer. Adventure arrived thirsty leave inspired at the BC L. Trail doubts all right time to check out the second preview that's located in Port L. Bernie. I stopped by Dog Mountain Brewing. Andy Richards President and CO owner of Dog Mountain Brewing Robin Miles Vice President and head brewer at Dog Mountain. Bring right and Dog Mountain in port. L. Bernie beautiful location. How long you guys been open for? We opened on December twenty eighth two thousand nineteen right so just a few weeks. Yeah yeah a couple of months. Couple months ten weeks to be exact grow at the time of the time saving. Yes and how long has this project been in the works for? We purchased the building in June of two thousand eighteen and then went to our permanent process and renovations and all that so it took about a year and a half from when we started the planning to opening day. And how did beer find out of beer? Finds You well the very first thing I can say about how your found US says for Christmas? Like two thousand fifteen. Maybe I bought Andy a very low quality. Mr Beer homebrew kit. Oh yes and he made a terrible Mexican and like the southern people we are. We drank it and it was really bad but it was a lot of fun and we really liked creating beer and even before that we both really like drinking beer so yeah I guess that's how this whole project found us. I mean that's quite a leap from a Mr Beard. Who a very. So was there anything in between that. Yes we were living in Alberta for. I was there for nine years. And I'm from the island so we knew we wanted to move back here at some point and we decided while we were in Alberta that Robin would need something to do. When we moved out here and jobs can be a little more difficult to get here so we kind of knew we had to open her own business and we really kind of had like You know decision to make on what we wanted it to be and what we wanted to do with our time and you know we love beer and Robbins a scientist so we decided robin would go to school and become a brewer. A beer scientists. Well I have a biological science degree from the University of elaborate. While I was there I managed a yeast biotechnology lab right So I learned a lot about the process Just yeast in general everything about it and I interacted with a lot of very very smart people there so a lot there then yeah. I ran a store at the U. of essential stores. Well I'll look departmental Inside sales kind of thing so I had a little bit of sales and purchasing kind of experience inventory yeah yeah and then when we moved so leaving Edmonton we were like well. We can't move directly to the island. We had no jobs or anything and Andy was lucky. Enough to get a good transfer within his company to a different section to Surrey so we to Maple Ridge which was beautiful but not at all what we were going for like we wanted to move out of Edmonton to get to live on the beautiful island liberty island life while we were there. Andy worked and paid all the bills and I went to a few and I did the craft beer fundamentals program which was fantastic. And while there I met we both met some really great people through the members actually and made some connections and I got a job offer Russell so I went on as a third assistant brewer. Only for maybe four months because in that time we were looking for this building and we found it and we moved immediately we only lived in Maple Ridge for six months and we got the heck out of there right so so you said from the islands. So portel Bernie is your is your original home. I grew up in Victoria right so I lived in Victoria till I was twenty five and then I was studying to be heavy duty mechanic so I went to College at Commotion College and Victoria. Kind of decided that At that time the market in Alberta was strong in the oil and gas sector so I went out there and did my apprenticeship out there in that sector and ended up managing shop and having a few employees that way and kind of getting my feet wet in the management side there and then I I got into sales selling truck engine parts to truck dealers that was about it. We we moved out to Out to the mainland and the rest is history right. Yeah so was there any other communities on the island that you were looking for a brewery spot? Yeah we looked everywhere on the island and like I followed real estate prices in all areas of the island for the entire time. I was gone 'cause I knew we were GONNA come back. So and then we actually had plans to go to Cumberland and we had a purchase lined up for a building there that ended up falling through. And then we didn't really plan to come to Paul Bernie. It was just like here. And they're building popped up in. The price was right so you know we quickly came here and looked at it and actually the realtor brought me back and showed me what the view could be from the patio and just as he was saying the words. Rooftop Patio. It dawned on me that this was the perfect building for us to buy and build a giant rooftop patio on right right and it is a giant rooftop patio. So what do you have squeezed in the back there? Robin in terms of the brew. Howson stuff well. We got a really good deal on some equipment so we put in a seven barrel Brew House. Three vessels systems. So you have a great big H Lt. That's good for all our hot water needs. We have five boys you would call them seven barrel fermenters but we jam as much as possible. We often have very messy blowouts. Yeah it's all electric. We had to do some major major upgrades for the electric. To the building we have eight hundred AMPs. Come into the building now but some it's worth it because the system is fantastic. No makeup air or anything like that. We've a little test batch system that we love to us. That's what we were brewing on when we were home brewing to so it's a little ten gallon system So we have a lot of fun with that and then like what siles of did you have a certain style of beer in mind when you were opening and has that changed since opening? I would say that we decided quite early on even though there are a lot of fantastic. You know crazy beers out there. That a lot of people like We found when we did our market research that The islands might be a little bit of a different market. Just based on the Burris that are here. You can forget about Victoria. Because they're totally different animal but everywhere else craft beer is still quite new and we didn't want to come up here and assume that everybody wanted to have milkshake. Ipa's which are great but it's a different market here so we decided that we really wanted to make fear that people wanNA drink beer that everybody can drink. We do have people coming in here. That are like I drink. Lucky what can I have and we have a really great longer on tap we plan on having it all the time year round always in the tank. That's kind of I. Guess are the direction we're taking all that being said though just designed a really nice recipe to make a dry hops hour this morning so we are going to be making other beers but to get off the ground just a good solid lineup and a lot of these beers that we have on now if we have room for twelve taps and we plan on carrying a lot of them maybe four of them all the time. It's hard to say which ones for sure just because we've only been open for a couple of months but have spring tourism season. It's going to be a little different and harder to keep up with some of the tourists that come in I think so. Are there plans to packager beer or is it just going to serve the taproom? Like what what are you doing? We're focused mostly on ourselves because we have a small system for brewing and a large capacity on our rooftop patio. Packaged Product is definitely secondary for us. we've started selling to some hospitality customers. We haven't really chased it too. Hard are thing I mean. We're new but our thing is kind of taking care of first and we don't WanNa sign on a bunch of people on draft accounts and then disappoint them in the summertime when we can't meet that demand anymore because you just haven't experienced that yet exactly. Yeah Yeah ourselves first and then you know if we can. My goal is to have a couple draft accounts in each town along the island but we have no plans to like Canada bunch of beer and ship it to the interior or Trans province or anything like that. We do however have a very well used single can seamer that we can all of our homebrew stuff in and a palette of tall cans and labels that have been approved. So we do. Have this little fridge here. We're GONNA BE OFFERING CANS to go from here only for the last spot to pick up any liquor on the way to Banfield right. They've got to drive up this road so we're going to maybe start pushing that here if we can get some cans in the fridge so I think that would be not making a whole bunch of money. But I think it's a really good service offer to people and they'll get them coming back when they come back through so I mean it's only been a few weeks but how's the community's response been really really good. Yeah it's been awesome. Yeah we're just so happy with how the community has embraced us. And you know we weren't from here. We came here specifically to do this project and it's been really great. While we were doing construction we would have people driving by yelling at us and like honking their horns. And you know it's such a great community you know when you come to a small town like this. They really embrace you. And you're probably not going to get your picture in the paper and Vancouver if you opened another mill. It's just like it's been really great here and then Along with Your Beers I'm you do have this kitchen in the back. What are you serving up out of the kitchen? We have a fairly.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"A person that was alive. Yeah but where shadow people come in. It's so interesting and some people like oh no like they're alien beings no. There's something negative there demons on. Then I hear another slew stories of no. It's dimensional entities that come into our World John Too but his dad's house that's another thing and that's what I was thinking. My opinion is maybe something is related to the House or the Earth at the house was built on or or it could be linked to the child's death. We don't know what happened with that family. The pain that they felt what was absorbed in the walls and you know within the carpet carpet of the house. This is why I have wood floors even what can absorb now. Don't tell me that. Yeah Yeah I mean like we don't to lose. A child is a horrible thing canyon. I mean for parents that have lost children. That's you're losing a part of Yourself I. They don't know how you survived. That and I don't have kids. I just can't imagine that we have for babies and in general. I feel like everything that I feel toward when my dog is like a tiny microcosm of how parents must feel so. I'm like I empathize but I know that it's like a whole `nother level like intensity. Imagine engine yeah. ooh That is so speaking for babies segues. We have this amazing zing story from Jill mcwhirter because I want your story that you have there to be the last one. It's such a great story is not one hundred percent. Don't look this is the fries. It's not a hundred percent paranormal but it's pretty unusual very brilliant so weird in in Hollywood. It's one of the best stories and we had to save the best for last. So but here's one from Jill. Hi Jill and this one is called the ghost dog named Prince Ests ests Lombardi obsessed. I wouldn't mind me haunted by ghost dogs. Maybe so grab a box of Kleenex. Because it's a sad story but it's such a happy story so if you have your dogs or cats your fish or hurt anything around you hold them close because the story is going to be pretty pretty all right. So here's still story. The princess was the best baby ever. She's a great Pyrenees Mountain dog and her favorite holiday. A was always thanksgiving. My husband would eat some Turkey. Give her bite Turkey. I mean she was right there at our table and then she'd stay with me all the time when it was cleaning up. Well this last Thanksgiving after everyone had left I was cleaning the house. I kept feeling like someone. WHO's with me? The actually saw a shadow but I was never scared cleaned my entire house. Even my floor was clean and then the next morning morning my husband calls me into the din. He points to something on the ground and says what is this I look at it and I said Oh. Oh my gosh. That's dog prints and I looked at my husband said that was princess because we looked at the trail of the footprints and they came from her ash. Boxx we keep her right there on the fireplace mantle and this beautiful box and it's literally started right there and walked across the floor and then just disappeared and they were definitely pawprints. She could say the pictures and I reached down and I touched it and it was ashes so we kept it on the floors longest. We could But she she was with us. She's always with us. What is sweet sweet girl? So you'RE FOR BABIES R real babies or real loves. They never leave plus. They're always with US watching us in protecting us. I'm extremely swe. Everytime we listened to this story I try not to cry. It is such a great story so I met Jill at an event in December and of course the older type of podcasts. I did don't do I in a part of investigations and she sits me down. She's like I have to show you these pictures and then it led to the story so here are the pictures. There's a Princess's pawprint. All might God. We're going to post them on instagram. Guys I wanted to see this as a little surprise I am Gupta America. That is a full on pop. Rent you yeah that does not look like a rodent print. They're big. I mean if you compare into the side and hurried is it's a pretty big dog mountain dog you know. I can't believe it it was ash. That's insane the show I asked her. Okay where are where do you usually keep. The the ashes is a league on a on a high mantle or is it a low mantles alot mantle or A. What was the box ashes disturbed? You know I just wanted to make sure Orly's ask her questions. She said that the box was all sealed up even open the box. I mean everything. It just looked like no no one has touched it but it just there were so many links the shadow figure that she saw on the corner of her eye in the prince since leaving from the ashes onto the floor. Yeah insert a friend says and it's it was just such a beautiful. I'm getting goosebumps right. Now it's such a beautiful storage and just proof that you know our love ones are always there and they never they. They're never gonNA leave us even if it's your babies ladies there's dot connection. Yeah so I looked at me and I'm like I can't I love having a dog but Komo quicken hate it because I'm so connected to her and they're with us for such a short amount of time I I really do think though that like I've only had three dogs really but this is my first dog I ever had. It is different kind of. Don't I think I've said this before but you kind of don't realize as like in high school and things like that like your family. Dog Really is your parents dog because like they see them more at least my mom was a stay the at home mom for a while and then she taught and you know my dad was like back and forth from work in the house throughout the day So like we would be gone all day on my dog in the evening but like it really is like I guess like the families. Everybody should so interesting now. Having a dog can I feel very much like mine. Yeah and just like the intensity of that emotion. Yeah it's high me as my first two. Never had I've had so many goldfishes his but I never had a dog and I find out like two years ago. My Mom told me she was like you know the reason why I never wanted you. Guys to have pets was because I lost my dog when I was young in that hurt and I never wanted you guys to feel the pain that I went through. Yeah it's hard also. Oh you like my. My roommate's dog is quite a bit older than my dog She's just so like you know it's just in the back of your mind you just kind of no okay. Well I guess it's coming. Yeah and I like. I already know that it's GonNa be pretty hard for the house. Yeah but in a way to know that they're always going to be there and to counter this story get this so while I was in New Orleans as visiting my cousin who we shared her story of the haunted house New Orleans. Yes yes go spa writing so remember her dog that would always mark in the morning. Well she had lost her puppy two years ago. Mickey who has a Pug and Dan Mickey. I think lived up to seventeen years. She took care of that dog super.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"A person that was alive. Yeah but where shadow people come in. It's so interesting and some people like oh no like they're alien beings no. There's something negative there demons on. Then I hear another slew stories of no. It's dimensional entities that come into our World John Too but his dad's house that's another thing and that's what I was thinking. My opinion is maybe something is related to the House or the Earth at the house was built on or or it could be linked to the child's death. We don't know what happened with that family. The pain that they felt what was absorbed in the walls and you know within the carpet carpet of the house. This is why I have wood floors even what can absorb now. Don't tell me that. Yeah Yeah I mean like we don't to lose. A child is a horrible thing canyon. I mean for parents that have lost children. That's you're losing a part of Yourself I. They don't know how you survived. That and I don't have kids. I just can't imagine that we have for babies and in general. I feel like everything that I feel toward when my dog is like a tiny microcosm of how parents must feel so. I'm like I empathize but I know that it's like a whole `nother level like intensity. Imagine engine yeah. ooh That is so speaking for babies segues. We have this amazing zing story from Jill mcwhirter because I want your story that you have there to be the last one. It's such a great story is not one hundred percent. Don't look this is the fries. It's not a hundred percent paranormal but it's pretty unusual very brilliant so weird in in Hollywood. It's one of the best stories and we had to save the best for last. So but here's one from Jill. Hi Jill and this one is called the ghost dog named Prince Ests ests Lombardi obsessed. I wouldn't mind me haunted by ghost dogs. Maybe so grab a box of Kleenex. Because it's a sad story but it's such a happy story so if you have your dogs or cats your fish or hurt anything around you hold them close because the story is going to be pretty pretty all right. So here's still story. The princess was the best baby ever. She's a great Pyrenees Mountain dog and her favorite holiday. A was always thanksgiving. My husband would eat some Turkey. Give her bite Turkey. I mean she was right there at our table and then she'd stay with me all the time when it was cleaning up. Well this last Thanksgiving after everyone had left I was cleaning the house. I kept feeling like someone. WHO's with me? The actually saw a shadow but I was never scared cleaned my entire house. Even my floor was clean and then the next morning morning my husband calls me into the din. He points to something on the ground and says what is this I look at it and I said Oh. Oh my gosh. That's dog prints and I looked at my husband said that was princess because we looked at the trail of the footprints and they came from her ash. Boxx we keep her right there on the fireplace mantle and this beautiful box and it's literally started right there and walked across the floor and then just disappeared and they were definitely pawprints. She could say the pictures and I reached down and I touched it and it was ashes so we kept it on the floors longest. We could But she she was with us. She's always with us. What is sweet sweet girl? So you'RE FOR BABIES R real babies or real loves. They never leave plus. They're always with US watching us in protecting us. I'm extremely swe. Everytime we listened to this story I try not to cry. It is such a great story so I met Jill at an event in December and of course the older type of podcasts. I did don't do I in a part of investigations and she sits me down. She's like I have to show you these pictures and then it led to the story so here are the pictures. There's a Princess's pawprint. All might God. We're going to post them on instagram. Guys I wanted to see this as a little surprise I am Gupta America. That is a full on pop. Rent you yeah that does not look like a rodent print. They're big. I mean if you compare into the side and hurried is it's a pretty big dog mountain dog you know. I can't believe it it was ash. That's insane the show I asked her. Okay where are where do you usually keep. The the ashes is a league on a on a high mantle or is it a low mantles alot mantle or A. What was the box ashes disturbed? You know I just wanted to make sure Orly's ask her questions. She said that the box was all sealed up even open the box. I mean everything. It just looked like no no one has touched it but it just there were so many links the shadow figure that she saw on the corner of her eye in the prince since leaving from the ashes onto the floor. Yeah insert a friend says and it's it was just such a beautiful. I'm getting goosebumps right. Now it's such a beautiful storage and just proof that you know our love ones are always there and they never they. They're never gonNA leave us even if it's your babies ladies there's dot connection. Yeah so I looked at me and I'm like I can't I love having a dog but Komo quicken hate it because I'm so connected to her and they're with us for such a short amount of time I I really do think though that like I've only had three dogs really but this is my first dog I ever had. It is different kind of. Don't I think I've said this before but you kind of don't realize as like in high school and things like that like your family. Dog Really is your parents dog because like they see them more at least my mom was a stay the at home mom for a while and then she taught and you know my dad was like back and forth from work in the house throughout the day So like we would be gone all day on my dog in the evening but like it really is like I guess like the families. Everybody should so interesting now. Having a dog can I feel very much like mine. Yeah and just like the intensity of that emotion. Yeah it's high me as my first two. Never had I've had so many goldfishes his but I never had a dog and I find out like two years ago. My Mom told me she was like you know the reason why I never wanted you. Guys to have pets was because I lost my dog when I was young in that hurt and I never wanted you guys to feel the pain that I went through. Yeah it's hard also. Oh you like my. My roommate's dog is quite a bit older than my dog She's just so like you know it's just in the back of your mind you just kind of no okay. Well I guess it's coming. Yeah and I like. I already know that it's GonNa be pretty hard for the house. Yeah but in a way to know that they're always going to be there and to counter this story get this so while I was in New Orleans as visiting my cousin who we shared her story of the haunted house New Orleans. Yes yes go spa writing so remember her dog that would always mark in the morning. Well she had lost her puppy two years ago. Mickey who has a Pug and Dan Mickey. I think lived up to seventeen years. She took care of that dog super.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"A person that was alive. Yeah but where shadow people come in. It's so interesting and some people like oh no like they're alien beings no. There's something negative there demons on. Then I hear another slew stories of no. It's dimensional entities that come into our World John Too but his dad's house that's another thing and that's what I was thinking. My opinion is maybe something is related to the House or the Earth at the house was built on or or it could be linked to the child's death. We don't know what happened with that family. The pain that they felt what was absorbed in the walls and you know within the carpet carpet of the house. This is why I have wood floors even what can absorb now. Don't tell me that. Yeah Yeah I mean like we don't to lose. A child is a horrible thing canyon. I mean for parents that have lost children. That's you're losing a part of Yourself I. They don't know how you survived. That and I don't have kids. I just can't imagine that we have for babies and in general. I feel like everything that I feel toward when my dog is like a tiny microcosm of how parents must feel so. I'm like I empathize but I know that it's like a whole `nother level like intensity. Imagine engine yeah. ooh That is so speaking for babies segues. We have this amazing zing story from Jill mcwhirter because I want your story that you have there to be the last one. It's such a great story is not one hundred percent. Don't look this is the fries. It's not a hundred percent paranormal but it's pretty unusual very brilliant so weird in in Hollywood. It's one of the best stories and we had to save the best for last. So but here's one from Jill. Hi Jill and this one is called the ghost dog named Prince Ests ests Lombardi obsessed. I wouldn't mind me haunted by ghost dogs. Maybe so grab a box of Kleenex. Because it's a sad story but it's such a happy story so if you have your dogs or cats your fish or hurt anything around you hold them close because the story is going to be pretty pretty all right. So here's still story. The princess was the best baby ever. She's a great Pyrenees Mountain dog and her favorite holiday. A was always thanksgiving. My husband would eat some Turkey. Give her bite Turkey. I mean she was right there at our table and then she'd stay with me all the time when it was cleaning up. Well this last Thanksgiving after everyone had left I was cleaning the house. I kept feeling like someone. WHO's with me? The actually saw a shadow but I was never scared cleaned my entire house. Even my floor was clean and then the next morning morning my husband calls me into the din. He points to something on the ground and says what is this I look at it and I said Oh. Oh my gosh. That's dog prints and I looked at my husband said that was princess because we looked at the trail of the footprints and they came from her ash. Boxx we keep her right there on the fireplace mantle and this beautiful box and it's literally started right there and walked across the floor and then just disappeared and they were definitely pawprints. She could say the pictures and I reached down and I touched it and it was ashes so we kept it on the floors longest. We could But she she was with us. She's always with us. What is sweet sweet girl? So you'RE FOR BABIES R real babies or real loves. They never leave plus. They're always with US watching us in protecting us. I'm extremely swe. Everytime we listened to this story I try not to cry. It is such a great story so I met Jill at an event in December and of course the older type of podcasts. I did don't do I in a part of investigations and she sits me down. She's like I have to show you these pictures and then it led to the story so here are the pictures. There's a Princess's pawprint. All might God. We're going to post them on instagram. Guys I wanted to see this as a little surprise I am Gupta America. That is a full on pop. Rent you yeah that does not look like a rodent print. They're big. I mean if you compare into the side and hurried is it's a pretty big dog mountain dog you know. I can't believe it it was ash. That's insane the show I asked her. Okay where are where do you usually keep. The the ashes is a league on a on a high mantle or is it a low mantles alot mantle or A. What was the box ashes disturbed? You know I just wanted to make sure Orly's ask her questions. She said that the box was all sealed up even open the box. I mean everything. It just looked like no no one has touched it but it just there were so many links the shadow figure that she saw on the corner of her eye in the prince since leaving from the ashes onto the floor. Yeah insert a friend says and it's it was just such a beautiful. I'm getting goosebumps right. Now it's such a beautiful storage and just proof that you know our love ones are always there and they never they. They're never gonNA leave us even if it's your babies ladies there's dot connection. Yeah so I looked at me and I'm like I can't I love having a dog but Komo quicken hate it because I'm so connected to her and they're with us for such a short amount of time I I really do think though that like I've only had three dogs really but this is my first dog I ever had. It is different kind of. Don't I think I've said this before but you kind of don't realize as like in high school and things like that like your family. Dog Really is your parents dog because like they see them more at least my mom was a stay the at home mom for a while and then she taught and you know my dad was like back and forth from work in the house throughout the day So like we would be gone all day on my dog in the evening but like it really is like I guess like the families. Everybody should so interesting now. Having a dog can I feel very much like mine. Yeah and just like the intensity of that emotion. Yeah it's high me as my first two. Never had I've had so many goldfishes his but I never had a dog and I find out like two years ago. My Mom told me she was like you know the reason why I never wanted you. Guys to have pets was because I lost my dog when I was young in that hurt and I never wanted you guys to feel the pain that I went through. Yeah it's hard also. Oh you like my. My roommate's dog is quite a bit older than my dog She's just so like you know it's just in the back of your mind you just kind of no okay. Well I guess it's coming. Yeah and I like. I already know that it's GonNa be pretty hard for the house. Yeah but in a way to know that they're always going to be there and to counter this story get this so while I was in New Orleans as visiting my cousin who we shared her story of the haunted house New Orleans. Yes yes go spa writing so remember her dog that would always mark in the morning. Well she had lost her puppy two years ago. Mickey who has a Pug and Dan Mickey. I think lived up to seventeen years. She took care of that dog super.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on What A Day

"On. Today's show trump crackdown on travel visas for pregnant women in some headlines ends. But first we're GONNA take a break from our back to back impeachment coverage to catch you up on what else twenty twenty. Everyone has a social security number kilo. What's yours? I'm I'm definitely not telling you smart answer. You don't WanNa share your social security number with anyone especially not on a podcast and the reason that we're talking about social security is that it's turned turned into quite a hot topic for the twenty twenty election. Thanks in part to some recent comments from president trump. I cannot wait to hear those but I catch us up on trump's history around social security security I will indeed for years. The Republican Party has sought to curb spending on things like Medicaid and social security. It's all part of their so-called fiscal conservatism. TATUM and focus on the deficit and the story that they tell goes that the deficit runs up and then they need to look at the budget and say these social programs that are very popular needed to be trimmed. I say story because Republicans have quite a habit of harping on the budget when Democrats are in charge but running up huge deficits when they A. R.. Empower like right now One of the stranger things though that happened in the two thousand sixteen presidential election is that trump promise no cuts to Medicare Medicaid and social social security. It's a weird thing that I always return to. And it's one of the factors that could have compelled voters that were maybe otherwise apathetic or negative to the Republican looking party to support him. But we're not going to hurt the people who've been paying into social security their whole life and then all of a sudden they're supposed to get less every Republican looking wants to do a big number on social security. They want to do it. On Medicare they want to do it on Medicaid and we can't do that and and it's not fair to the people that have been paying in for years and now all of a sudden they wanna cut and it's my absolute intention to leave social. Security security is not increased the age and to leave it as is open. Change Twenty Sixteen. Those are just three instances from a video that the Washington Post put together of trump's promises during the two thousand sixteen campaign now in his administration trump has flagrantly broken that promise his picks for agency heads are at odds with that stance. His his healthcare plan is to and so. It's twenty twenty budget in this week in an interview. Suggested it could all be on the line in the future. Do I dare one last question. Entitlements ever be on your plate at some point they will be we have tremendous growth. We're going to have tremendous growth this next year. It'll be toward the end of the year. The growth is going to be incredible and at the right time. We will take a look at that. You know that's actually the easiest of all things if you look because it's such a willing to do some of the things that you said you wouldn't do in the Pastel in terms of Trump is used this whole. We'll take a look phrase for just about a million things in the past and some of it has come to fruition and some hasn't but this was still a sound the alarm moment for Democrats who obviously saw it as both a major break of a campaign promise and an opportunity to you highlight the potential of an administration targeting very popular programs in an election. Year it's a lap. This is without a doubt going to be in advertisements and help play into a democratic message. That is based in fact. This president has worked hard to harm your health care and now he might becoming for something that you worked hard to right. I spoke to Alex Lawson Executive Director at Social Security Works an advocacy organization about all this. Social Security is a top up issue across this country. Red State Blue State. Purple State doesn't matter if I'm speaking to people were wearing cammo and Ra it's over close to the event in And everyone loves social security. Nobody wants even a single penny of benefits cuts taught. Because people understand it's money Nelson has endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders in his personal capacity but the organization does not plan plan to make an endorsement in the primary loss and also pointed out that trump is currently trying to cut back social security on the edges. Right now through executive actions and changes to qualifying lying rules so with trump. This isn't just a future threat as much as it is current reality while all that's happening a conversation about social security is also taking place as in the twenty twenty Democratic presidential primary that is correct and it's taking place largely between former vice president. Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders now. The chichi version version of this goes a little something like this. The basic framing of the argument from Sanders camp is Biden has historically been a deficit Hawk at least compared to sanders who shown willingness to do freezes or cuts to benefits like Social Security and Medicare. It's that the sanders campaign has been eager to litigated. For a number of reasons one on Bein and has performed better with older voters and still does than Sanders and this is a key issue for that constituency into for working class voters who might be deciding between the a two or other candidates in the race this could be an important topic as well. Sanders also overall has wanted to stack record up against Biden on a number of fronts. Because has these two older gentlemen have been around for a long time including this and foreign policy. It's very important though to understand that at this very moment biden is in favor of expanding social security his new presidential campaign on his website he has talked about it. Sanders and Warren also have plans to expand social security and funded through tax increases on high income earners and investment income in other words. All these folks are trying to make a program that is worthwhile and there for when we all Hopefully retire one day. I plan on getting hit by a bus but good luck. They're they're two choices in life but Biden's prior support for this kind of bargaining and his campaign opin rhetoric about finding compromise with Republicans wants an office has been enough to give some advocates. A bit of pause and the reality is that whoever the next president ends up being if that's Sanders Biden Bloomberg Gang Warren Buddha judge or God help us trump They might all have to contend with Mitch McConnell who has expressed an openness to making cuts cuts exactly and that's why some advocates have been concerned about who might end up at the negotiating table within. Here's Lawson again so This is Washington. DC We're talking dog mountain. You can literally set your watch. One thing as soon as Democrats take power Man is the deficit going to matter again. And you're GonNa see all these stories about The deficit numb while spending is out of control and It's GonNa be Muslim and to watch the media just turn on a dime and the Republicans to find their vision again on the deficit. And that's when the deficit hysteria starts and that's when the grand bargain hearing starts and that's why it's so critical that we acknowledge where some Democrats too many Democrats were during the last Time of austerity garrity. And the grand bargain to repudiate it essentially lawson and other advocates just WanNa hold Biden accountable. Part of that is making sure that he's honest. Honest about his past record how he's changed and getting them on the record now saying he won't use social security as a bargaining chip. We will see in the coming weeks and months if this continues is to be a storyline in the Democratic primary going forward the big picture takeaway here on this issue. Donald Trump has said out loud that he is considering cuts to social security security. That puts him in line with Republicans who have pushed for cuts on this for years and out of line with the majority of Americans who pay into these programs and support them and are relying on them in the future..

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"dog mountain" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Up. I still love that song. So if the radio where you turn it up still or do you know you never as songwriters. We never get tired of hearing our songs on the radio. I'm sure everyone say that It's it's just been really cool. People say you know. Use that for my chemo treatment or the last mile marathon or You know obviously getting to watch it on. President Obama's Obama's inauguration things like that American idol. It's just so awesome but miley still. Just she's just things that so well and so I just try to do my own justice I recorded it with Chris Stapleton on my last record so check that out because it's a cool version if they sing it on American idol. Did you get paid again. Yeah I don't know how much but so how did this song get I had. How did you get a movie on that? Our Song in that movie. Okay so I was a staff writer I had been writing songs for nine years and literally I'd had songs recorded by people but hadn't had a hit and I'll be honest. I was seriously thinking about quitting. My husband had just one song of the year for whisky old by and he was crushing it as a as a songwriter. And I wasn't I'd lost my record deal at lost my publishing deal I was just writing songs At a new company and I wrote these words as frustration. Shen for you know just kicking around Nashville and getting a lot of knows and so if you hear it in that context you'll hear just that inner struggle I was having but it's just so weird for the universe then to reward me with the song that I write with you know poor my soul into and then wow a fifteen year old and Los Angeles you know. It's just incredible. Did you know it was going to be the main song in the movie. No I knew that they would. They wanted me to rewrite it for her. Because the way I wrote it was a lot more spiritual and obviously a little more adult and she was fifteen times so I just me and John made my kind of tweaked it and I mean I just it was also surreal because I was like like y'all know understand things like that don't happen for girls like me in Nashville. And they're like no. We're going to five formats with this song. And even when I ran ran into Miley she was like this is going to be huge huge and I was like. Wow you know in. The movie actually taught her out of play. The song guitarist spent a Lotta time with Miley When she was filming that maybe here so it it was cool things just a dream? Jesse Alexander is here and now she's GonNa play a little bit of the climb that she wrote for Miley Cyrus. Yeah Man Yeah now I mean. I never obviously knew the back story of the song so hearing that this kind of always pictured miley singing it and that younger but knowing that you wrote that here as an adult and you were thinking about quitting school Jesse Alexander's here and You wrote mine would be you yes Blake Shelton and you know you and Blaker you would use the word cool like the friends blake a cool. We're very cool. Yes are you one of the ones that. If you've got a good Song Senate to me absolutely I've been unfortunate to have two songs at least on the last six records I think and it's just a great love language. We have for whatever reason the songs I write even when he doesn't know oh I've written him he picks him up and has recorded them without even knowing that they were mind. But we've written a lot together. We rank angry birds together. The movie We've Britain Gospel songs. We just did one. With Reagan's called tight grip. So it's we have a good relationship along relationship we had a number one with mine would be you and We can hear a little bit of that. Now from Jesse Alexander. I mentioned that I was on Instagram. And I saw dirks post a picture of of your latest song. Call Mama drink and I was like yeah. Well I do like Jesse as a person a lot so let me go see if I like or song and it was really good. They really see it almost like it almost like touched me a bit because I grew up in a really small town on Arkansas and I think if you grew up in the country this song is like you kind of feel it if not for you for someone else. Thank you because as songwriter. That's my ultimate compliment. But I really wanted to tip my hat to work in Mama's stay at home Mama's single Mama's Pretty much you know anybody that has lived this and it's kind of funny tongue in cheek but also you know trying to pay back to people like Laura Lynn and Tammy Cnet that wrote songs about real life so that was kind of my goal. Well let's hear it now. This is this is our new song you can stream it downloaded. Sing it to your friends. Whatever you wanted to do in many ways the spread the word here is Mama drank the new song from Jesse Alexander Jesse Alexander and Studio Right now and go uh-huh and and get that Song Mama drink now? The record comes out March twenty seven so we got a little bit comes out and it's your first time to actually be in-studio we've had you on the phone bobby listener. Bobby Bobby cast by the weekend. Scroll back and find it but it's a really really good interview. We sat for an hour and just talked about her career. And thank you for coming in and thank you for having me and there. She has follow all her on instagram. Jesse with an I L. Alexander Jesse l Alexander and that song is called Mama drink and I don't think America has ever gone back to the way that it was before nine eleven the anthrax attack. The fear was really that there would be a second wave Steve of attacks and then along comes the DC sniper and all of the country's worst fears are realized. AH The gunman most likely skilled marksman fired six times. In the course of sixteen hours the killed killed five people in one day and then went on the rampage for the next month. The police say they have never had a crime quite like this. It is quite a mystery. It was scary to go to the grocery store or fill up your car with gas whereby by do believe he was brainwashed for lack of a better term. As far as I'm concerned he was a psychopathic cold blooded killer that can never walk the street again. Listen to monster. DC sniper sniper on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast shows. Family has a white German shepherd and gave birth to litter of puppies. Amy One of the dogs came out and the puppy was lime green. Did you know. Did you see this on the news. I didn't didn't the family posted a picture and their dog. Gypsy had eight puppies including a male puppy that was just really distinctly green. And why do you think that was I have no idea. I don't know they say the dog's fur was stained by the poop from another puppy inside the mother's womb so in the public started to get almost full grown to be delivered it pooped and because of that pooped on the other brother and then that came out fully green. The family was worried when it came out. Like what is this but it was a little green dog. Funny Yeah I certainly think like. I could trying to think of what the MOM dog could've eaten it green but I guess so. They obeyed the puppy and then back to normal. Well it takes a while but what do you think they name the dog. Now think about this for a second. It's a little green dog. I think you can do this. What do you think they name the little dog grandch- Good one. Though that have been good grinch what else the little dog mountain dew. 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"dog mountain" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on KOMO

"Walk down here without having to worry about getting shot at this is the third shooting basically for miles and it's all coming from the same issues on Fridays and Saturdays at amber police say the gang unit is now investigating back shooting that's como's Machel Esteban schedule county search and rescue crews will be and I got back out today looking for Rachel lack a duck type was reported missing the twenty eight year old from Moses lake last Thursday she was on a solo hike to hidden lake look out near the mount Baker National Forest but never made it to the cabin since she's been missing more than six feet of snow have fallen in that area cruise plan to use avalanche train dogs mountain rescue teams and advance searchers in hopes of finding her the state has at least three thousand untested DNA kids and now it's getting two point five million dollars in federal money to help address that backlog Chris Loftis with state patrol which does all the DNA testing for the state says now they'll be able to add DNA from sexual offenders in Washington to a national database small slice is responsible for some of the most heinous and and most offensive action out there and so we we certainly want to get that type of person off the street he says the demand for DNA testing has gone up every year in two thousand eighteen they have nearly sixteen thousand case for two thousand nineteen they project they'll have seventeen thousand cases come on his time is twelve oh for time to take another check on here is still at home well I. five south bound is currently dealing with a bit of construction between Spokane street and Lucille street that has three lanes currently close that my suggestion would be to avoid that area if you can it's going to be much much more slow going than usual there are currently no restrictions heading over Snoqualmie pass over sized vehicles are prohibited having heading.

"dog mountain" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"It was so simple like it must agree on the phone and they i just don't function correctly yeah because like if you gotta use like a virtual deepak or something like a touchscreen deep padded never controls right yeah i used to play this game called arch on uh-huh uh-huh about that game now it was like a chessboard your dog mountain when you matt in contact with someone else like you had like each of the sort of chess chests figuring yeah like a certain power it'll come in. You'd like combat in like a field using your power. It was kind of like star wars chess but like more fantasy right yes more fantasy fantasy yeah wish more like or and it was like mythology sort of inspire where it was like you were like a rock god or you could summon like elemental or something. I played battle chess. When i was added to thinking back on it it was just normal chest with like it was tessa animated gifts like it was yeah and they were all. They were so elaborate that like like once you've got. You've seen him like three times. You're gonna like get it like yeah. Yeah just made it take longer. This next one is from at the brooch babe. Have you ever spent real world money on in game purchases. Yes yes yes yeah. I mean like <hes> for me. I spent too much on the there is a star. It wasn't even a fucking game name. That's what made me so mad in hindsight and they've got locked out of my county lost everything there was this top star wars card trader thing and again there was no interactivity you're just collecting collecting like pictures of of fuck and plo koon and <hes> django fat and so like collecting j. pigs that look like tops cards towards and some had certain rarities and like i was there was a point where i was like okay. I just wanna get. I wanna get water. Whatever you want to expand my collection either spend wreck. Krio respond real money. Watch ads or you could get bonuses for ordering things so it would like just order people like hey. I got you some sheri's berries it because i'll get five thousand gems for these sheri's berries. We're gonna be in game. Currency was five thousand rebel box. Whatever it was so yeah i spent way too much money on that stupid thing yeah and then i don't have anything whatever show for it what a waste i spent money on final fantasy record keeper <hes> which had like a slot machine mechanic in order to unlock characters characters and if i really wanted to have zeidane on my team i had to like spin. The slot machine is that are you say it. How do you say it. I thought it was done. I say zeidane. I thought i assumed it was don. Leagues entity and saddam take sides. I i also spend money on <hes> pokemon. Go to get that. That is what i spent money on polka manga. Oh and i was so into the probably that's the most reason video game i got into. I was really on that for a little bit and got back into it. Yeah i know people who like still kept playing in still fun. Yes my <hes> my boss at work played and so i started playing to be able to give my boss at work gifts gifts in a mild form of bribery. I can't hopefully he doesn't listen to this. That's why that's why i'm playing pokemon. Go when that's why but but it's like i stopped playing before any of the expansions or any of the real battling rate a full pokemon game. There's a lot going on that game now into it i had when i played there was like a gym right by the apartment that i was in like a.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"One hundred bucks and it will allows you to have a little pack pocket battery powered foggier for fogging small spaces as you need them. It's also really neat because you can hold it in your hand, and you can do very sort of detailed you're doing a little in church shot, and you want a little whiff of smoke. Right. Coming up behind it. You can do all sorts of, really fine controlled stuff with this. It's also pretty fun. And this was pointed up, one of the commenters, basically, just a jewel like it is more or less just a. So it is a vape, that instead of using vape juice, you're using juice that is very specifically designed purpose built for filmmaking and for using it in photography and image creation. So that is super cool. Yeah. I think one of the cool things like you talked about. The use of fog, I think beyond the obvious you know who it's like a smokey music. Video thing. People diffusion is one of the ways you change your image quality and the way in the atmosphere and the more elements in your atmosphere. Like, if you're shooting on a very smoggy or foggy day outside, then, you're, you're depth afield changes. What's in what's focus changes? What's so it's a it's a powerful tool for controlling the result of your image in camera as things get smaller. It seems like technology continues to get more mobile and small as we go. I mean at this point with the DJ I'm Avak to one of the things is you should probably keep a drone in your back, most of the time, which is like an insane thing, every the perfect, pivot to tech news. Our top tech news story this week DJ I come in for gopro. So if everybody remembers about two years ago, there's this company, gopro, some of you might have heard of it, the big they've had a rough couple of years, but they're still making cameras. They make this little action camera called the hero. It's super cool. It's another one of those things that everybody sort of has in their bag, the example I always used as like, you know, like every, I know has one or two in their bag because you never know when you're gonna wanna like Rick went up to the wall. So an actor crashed into it or like stick, one hundred the pool or in an aquarium, or whatever it's like a good, little waterproof fund came to have around, so two years ago, go pro was trying to expand the market, and they were like you know what is a big area is the sky. So we're gonna make drones are gopro goes into, it's going to be called the karma, which is like a name the tasking for trouble. And because when you find out what happens you wonder what they'd comically done to deserve it. So they made this drone the karma and unfortunately, it fell. Out of the sky, which is not something you drones to do. There's this terrifying. Video falling other guy in almost hitting somebody. It's like not exciting. It was a big problem. In fact, it took them like a year to get back into profitability. They just had their first profitable quarter again. So they're focusing again, just on action cameras, the hero, seven black is like their current top alone Cameron, it's doing really well for them, and it's exciting in its four hundred bucks. When people love it. Now sky is very dominated by DJ. I and I'm not saying the DJ I was seeking revenge. I think this is just a good business move on their part. I don't see any ill will here, but go pro made a move on the sky, and then pulled out DJ I-, owner of the sky and land with the run stabilisers just came out with the action, which is an action camera. So they are now moving on gopro PROST turf. I think it's a smart business move. I don't think it's malicious, but it is kind of like a little bit karmic, if you will forgo it is it, basically. Spec for spec matches the hero, seven black four K, sixty image stabilization, internally, all sorts of crazy, good stuff, and it fits in all of your, here's having black Serie. So if you already in the gopro system, and you have the bike mountain you have the dog mountain. You'll have the surfboard now to presenting on top of that. It's fifty bucks cheaper starting price. Three fifty and I think of is a killer feature. And it's one of those great killer features that was designed for other people, but filmmakers are going to love and that killer features the front facing screen. So clearly, this is designed for selfies, but super useful for filmmakers, because one of the most annoying parts about a co pros, framing them up, when you rig them places I've worked on so many shoots where we're like all right. We're getting this person diving into water. We'll get it from the outside on a red. But let's just put a gopro or two on the side of the pool, and we'll get them under the water coming in. It's really hard to do that. Because when you're making it to the side of something and the screens on the back, you can't see it, and yeah, you can hook up to it wirelessly, but I'm not going to be down underwater with an ipad like it's just not a convenient way to work. The front facing screen that just allows you to like frame and see what the hell you're doing when you are rigging places, will be a huge bonus for filmmaker. So I talk about the oh, go ahead. It, it reminds me of when I you know, Steven Soderbergh, speaking about using the iphone to shoot high flying bird and how he loved putting it he was like I can put it on the wall. And I was thinking as soon as he said that, like, yeah, you can frame it up and you can look at it through the. Through the screen like I don't know if that's how he did it, obviously, he wasn't underwater, so he could have had it running to monitor. But my point is just that ability is just so cool and up next, we have our ask, no film school. So this week, ask, no film school, actually, came in from ask, at no film, school dot com. So you can always ask there. You can also hit us up on Twitter or on the new film school boards. So this one is rough. AL Duquet mottos asks, I saw a scene in avengers, and I saw BTS Shah, where I could see the monitor and the monitor clearly at a readout saying they were shooting forty eight frames, but the scene in the movie has no, slow MO in it. Why were they shooting forty eight frames on that scene? If there wasn't any slow MO. So this is a really great question. We wanted answered. So there's a whole bunch of reasons why they might have been shooting forty eight frames on that scene in particular, even though no slow MO ended up in the final cut. I don't believe that if interest was released in forty-eight, frames, believe it was a normal production. So what I think was probably going on. A lot of people have started shooting slo, MO for everything when they do this digitally, which means they want the freedom to go. Slow MO in post, whenever they feel like it, and especially now that we had a digitally, there's so many opportunities to just ramp into slo MO and you know, someone might say a really cool line, and then you wanna ramp into slo MO as they whipped their head around in their hair, bounces, or something like that happened a lot. So you're seeing this a lot music videos, but you're also seeing some narrative projects you're seeing a lot of action where they're shooting whole sequences where everything is forty eight frames knowing at the end that they are planning on, finishing twenty four releasing twenty four, because the only thing that really cost them as hard drive space in assistant editor time and those are things they can throw money, and they want to preserve as much flexibility in post production as possible. But the trick to remember when you do this, if you guys are going to go do this yourself, which a lot of people do the trick to remember is that we're still used to one hundred and eighty degree shutter at twenty four frames per second. So when you switch to forty eight frames per second, you probably want to switch to three hundred six. Eighty degrees up shudder, you should do some testing for yourself to be sure. But that lets you shoot forty affirms a second, but expose for one forty eighth of a second. So if you drop every other frame to get back to twenty four hundred a second. It looks normal if you keep your one entered native shutter, what's going to happen is, you're only going to be open for one Ninety-six, the second, and in some situations that can look stuttering when playing back at twenty four frames per second. Oh, I can tell some horror stories from productions that came in to my post office, and did that wrong. And like we're melting down how much they hated the way it looked because they hadn't set it. Right. And how much work we had to do in post fix and some tricks to try and fix it. I just wrote down. I will do that post. Yeah. All right. Everybody. This has been.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on One Two Review

"Books, you know, be bastardized in that way, because this doesn't need to be a movie. In fact, I feel like it would be almost flat as a movie. It's about the relationship and a digital dog's not gonna have it to be bastardized. Once again, twenty five years later, a complete agreements with you. It is a little piece of my childhood. I just don't think I'm gonna go see the movie, you know, truth be told though, I did hear the back story is he left a lot of debt in his wake and his estate is trying to actually pay off some of that debt. So there you go. Cannot do at that info. That's so sad. Because everybody knows that well and didn't make any money off of the survival gear that youthful press attached to these books, they fucked them on that hard. So there's a whole documentary to double back sell the rights to another movie for another to a movie for a cash grab is just despicable. I I really wish the worst for those movies. I hate to do that. But if they if they come across our table, I'm ending the podcast with you guys. If you give 'em twos. I didn't you know, I Martha. Well, it was crazy crazy party animal heroin, addict all that stuff. Like, of course, he's going to rack up that debt. But that's the kind of man that creates, you know, these books. So it's the trade we make, and if he didn't want these to be movies. I think we should have respected that whatever. I agree with you. I'm over the podcast if we rate those. Well, yeah. Incomplete, that'll be the day. We hang our hat, if we rate those movies, too, for sure. All right. Let us let's us ring the book bell for dog mountain. An excellent novel. I hope everyone checks. They haven't already. Awesome. And with that bell, that also means much like Pavlov, we've been trained to want something and in this circumstance where getting in at. Today's one to review is brought to you by leaving goose scotch. From the peat bogs, have Scott incomes old Scots that tastes good. Many goose has been making Rio scotch whisky twenty four generations nother nature lawn disputes and no wheel at got himself has beaten down and try to run the stood.

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"dog mountain" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on One Two Review

"And it made you seem like you're actually there on dog mountain with Ben Ambrose. Yeah. I feel like Wellens writing is just something that is so damn nostalgic. But, but I've heard I've heard that, you know, people that didn't read this as a kid that it really takes them there, too. I think he's just really able to capture the perspective of a child really well and, you know, our kempter's, not necessarily a child, he sa- mountain man, you know, but he's definitely young at heart and like has that soul of for me. It boy I you know, I feel like this was very easy for me to connect with the characters in the story. Well, much like a child amount, man is searching and he's searching for life, any searching for his dog. And these are things that humans can identify especially children. Can identify. You have so many excellent tips in this book like actual survival stuff. Like, you know, well in was not only an eagle scout, but he was in the marines, but merchant marines or something, he did a lot of overseas kind of survival stuff. So he knows how to use a compass, like, you know, I mean, the very basics he knows how to start a fire and having those skills in there. And having this book, be something that really made those skills, marketable whatever sexy, whatever you wanna use like to a child made a child wants to do those things. This book had it. And so I got to give him a lot of credit, I think, for power in a lot of the youth in, in my society, at least in in my culture growing up. I remember whenever they would have book fairs at our schools. They would have all of the youthful Peress survival gear alongside the press, all along all the dog mound series along all did you guys read the k- all those survival books? And I actually owned some of the youthful press survival gear I had the fireproof matches and I had the, the boot scraper. And both of them are pretty bad products. I didn't realize that the fireproof matches were actually four kids, so they wouldn't lie. So that wasn't a great and the booths the boot scraper. They didn't even have that in any of the books, not even in any of the sequels. So, yeah. I mean he's like, yes. Some of that gear says up in dog river. He is this a lot of fat in dot valley. There's a whole scene where like, there's not a scraper, but he does use like a mud replacer. I don't know for me. It was it's not about the products like that stuff a secondary. But there, there is one can be said, some people will were upset that there is a little bit of marketing with this, but I didn't find it upsetting you know, once you once you dive into the books, you sort of forget about the cash grab that they had going on behind the scenes. Yeah. Brennan speaking about being upset you guys have heard all the internet buzz about there being the movie is coming out. We all. No. There is a CGI Brutus. And apparently, the internet is just a big storm because he looked doesn't look right, look, right? Yeah. Yeah. It looks weird. Well, because, you know, the dog is supposed to be kind of a not a Saint Bernard, but like a Saint Bernard cross in this thing looks weird, and it's got kind of nuts teeth. Look, we look like humanized or something. Yeah. They gave him square human teeth. They gave them like these weird monkey ears and it's not even a Brindle. It's a spotted it's a spotted Saint Bernard. I think it's like in the book, it's the kind of describe it as like a half. Pit bull half Saint Bernard. So it's like this really tough beefy dog with sort of like a nice brindell co. And yeah, they, they screwed that up. They were they wanted to make this movie in our member Martha while Murphy was still alive. He was like you can't have the rights. You can't do that. And then as soon as he passed what two years ago, they jumped on it, and so I'm, I'm upset with the, the well in a state for letting Martha's..

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"dog mountain" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on One Two Review

"Downloadable from DJ born wall himself. Order now. Okay, guys back with another classic. This is one that I actually did read back in my youth. And so this was a nostalgic blast. We all read dog mountain. This is an easy, breezy. Short book, Matthew Wellens take on a mountain man and his dog and the trouble. They endure on dog mountain he screamed and awoke with the splitting side, Aik unsure if time or the pain had caused him to wake looked down. His jeans were torn mud shirt was missing probably ruined somewhere. He managed to keep his boots on good thing. He wore those booths? There's a voice inside his head tone that they might not find them in Brutus didn't know how long it had been hours felt like days, this extreme cold. Hello. He said allowed there was no response, but the loan echo of the cliffside, he called for his dog his friend, Brutus here. Boy. Sudden digital beat began to sound in the distance scared at first Ben lowered himself to the ground and again searching for it's source his dog Colin lowered to a hushed whisper. Glimmer of his digital watch now across the field catches his eye. It must be seven o'clock. He looked around the hair on the back of his neck begins to stand up dinnertime. Brutus slept out of nowhere. Always prompt for seven PM feeding. Determined to make a shelter. Ben pressed on into the wild. Yeah. This was the type of book that made you feel cool for reading it was like an adventure and it was easy to comprehend and it was a lot of fun..

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"dog mountain" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"dog mountain" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"So feels like the perfect spot for for myself. Anyway, right now, easy to be normal there. I guess is dubbed linebacker because we get the impression from the outside that Jesus Nashville every night who starting the conga line who's putting on the lamp shade. But is it easy to be normal there? Yeah. Hundred percent, that's one of the big bonuses. How easy it is to do. Whatever you want that city, and and the fans and. Live. There have so much respect for the team and love our group, and our and our organization so much and and really love supporting us. So and then on the community. It's. It's always a lot of fun going around and doing things, and you really do whatever you want before we get your place while you mentioned you bought a to vote in the summer before the interview just for people who are listening Ryan showed us his backyard, which he has turned into a chipping agreeing and also an eighteen hole putting green you've got a lot of interest dogs as as Jeff mentioned with you all on top just talk about Ryan Johannesen away from the rink. Because it sounds like you've got a lot of diverse things that keep you busy. What do you like? I'm one of those guys drives my fiance, not sometimes, but I can't sit still I gotta be doing something. And for me golf is a big hobby of mine, and we have three acres on our property in Nashville, and and there was kind of this area behind our pool where I'm like, you know, I'd like to do some back there and just wasted space and pay these landscapers all this money or an area. We. Don't even use. So I decided to try and put in putting greens a friend of mine in Nashville use this company as name's Dave Stockton, actually, necks, PJ pro. So it's his his son junior. So they came in and we've put together some blueprints, and and as like, screw it. I'm doing it. That's one of those things if you if you kinda cheap out on the kind of look bad or not last very well. So the way these guys do it though. It's like if you go on all in you're going to get a great experience integrate setup back there. So I've named every hole made custom flags and stuff and had the boys over many times. And there's been a lot of fun of all the holes you named which is your favorite. What's your favorite whole hose? A few good ones. Like, there's one straight narrow on we named a Broadway. And then there's like we didn't want his catfish corner. My fiancee's names, her name's Madison. So we and I call her mad dog did mad dogs mountain. Tony came up with that one. I gotta give. Those bunch of goofy can inside jokes makes it fun. When you showed us your backyard. I mean that was the next level. I was going to go all in on tell us a story about the Columbus sport court with the hockey nets and the basketball hoop and all that, but this is some next level stuff. But that Columbus backyard is pretty sweet. Yeah. It's it's awesome. I still use it every day when I'm back home in the summers. Whether you just shooting hoops or the dogs running around or shooting pucks, and you know, have younger brother as well. And who's a plane in her share it on the H L and he's out there constantly doing stuff and working on his game..

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