20 Episode results for "Five Inches"
Interviews Week Park Ranger Rick Jenkins Morning
"Chompers is produced by gimblett and supported by good night's the number one nighttime underwear good morning it's not shoppers your morning and night tooth brushing show interviews we i'm jumping into the interviewer are just took a trip to a national park in new york city and talk to somebody in bed all day outside nature ranger just in a way brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and make sure depressing inside outside and chewing side of each tooth my name is jenkins and i'm a park ranger today we're going to explore a the west pond of jamaica bay wildlife refuge were gonna go in nature walk and we're gonna see some of the wildlife right here in new york city see how should we start heading down the trail fits you're brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and make sure you get the muller's all the way in the back looking we expect a cnn nature walk today so we're gonna see all sorts of great things will see a lot of plants and animals were most famous for are bird and we'll see some of those today so we have a diamond back terrip in turtle crossing the trail right in front of us this is the time of the year where the females females come up from the salt marsh and they lay their eggs switch you're brushing to the bottom of your mouth and make sure you get your front teeth to so we can see one right now it looks to be a female the female they're actually larger than the males and she's probably coming up to totally some eggs while she's looking pretty quick well they scare her if i go to try and grab some sound of her walking she's like scuttling settling along in moving her little legs back and forth switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and give you a tongue brush to how does that doesn't diamond back turtle grow so donnie doctor gross could be about nine inches long if their female in the males are actually smaller and they grow to be about five inches long they're called diamond backed her appearance because they have a diamond pattern on their show that's it for today but come back tonight from more of our nature while poor will see a raptor end some fresh from a mysterious animal on the trail until then she was chompers is a production of gimblett media guys we'll tell you about kids summer a new playlist trump us jen's media and eight pm podcasts are a great way for kids and parents spent time together without relying on screens that's why we teamed up with the genesee media and eight pm to create the kids summer playlist a collection of the best kid friendly shows to make your summer even brighter whether you wanna take an alaskan adventure with molly of denali or debate dragons vs unicorns with smash boom best rescue you're kingdom from a mysterious curse with the to britain's is the kids summer listen to the show for you andrew family find your next favorite show at kids summer playlist dot com that's kids summer playlist dot com grownups jumpers is brought to you by good night's the number one underwear delivering protection section where children need it the most groups and kids know that having an awesome morning where everything goes right to plan set the tone for the rest of the day when you're a kid sometimes mornings gonna start off a little wet that's totally normal but it sometimes affects the start
Speed-Round Sunday: Not So Cool Anymore
"Welcome to speed round Sunday on the parenting roundabout podcast where we share a mini episode from our past for your weekend. Lasting pleasure, we'll be back tomorrow with a brand new episode. Today's question is what was cool when you were young but isn't cool. Now folks I grew up in the sixties and seventies in pretty much everything was cool when I was a kid is not cool. Now I think we've talked before about my history with gunnysacks stresses in leisure suits Unfortunate hair and all those wonderful things that the seventies brought us plaid's of all sorts. Burnt orange things round. Just. It's. It's best. We not talk about that. Of. S. on Nicole. What school when you were a kid that is not cool now is there anything that was? That was cool when you were a kid that is still cool now ohno. But. What was cool then but is in full now? Yeah. stirrup pants anybody. I totally warned that was that was that was in my twenties thing. Square stylish pair which wore with really oversized sweater. Flat shoes and the big flashy socks to. You had to have. A big seller thoughts I honestly loved stirrup pants and I would not mind if they were cool again now because they are. I if I could find some that fit me, which is always a big if. I didn't have to worry about the four or five inches of extra pant. That I have with regular pants. So, that was appealing yes quite enjoyed my scare pouts. I WanNa see pictures. Ensembles. And just the way that they would. You know you're the pants would stand out away from your. I. Love. Them. I see for me. You know it was cool to have a Walkman. Or a disc man. Yeah. Even even better and this was me I thought he know CD's that's probably not gonNA last like. I had seen the transition from vinyl to tape and yeah. From tape to CD I'm like I'm not gonna get everything I have on tape. What else will come? That was. Yeah I still have all my vinyl downstairs I'm sure all worked now. It's a at one team. I got something that is cool again. Yeah. I keep thinking maybe some collector wants to buy them all for me but I'm sure they're not in good shape and also you know my taste may be is not his. Things that were cool and are no longer cool. There was possibly never cool the music that I listen to. But do you remember eight tracks Zep before you sign? Up No air member. Having one, she had a little robot that plane the tapes Yep, get halfway through the song and switches trap. Major memory from my youth we had that's entertainment tape gut played a lot various times in the middle of songs with Craig. Over those were the days people. These CR tape. Readings Water Revival in our station wagon. R. Brown panel. That's right. Gosh I remember those and rolling around in the back Yep. Without a care in the world receipt. And sight nor those were they had to like the you could fold down the back and it would be like bench seats facing each other on the back of a station wagon. Well. Believe it now.
Can I Move Hycinth Right Now or Should I Wait?
"This plant talk. Podcast is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available. Go TO STOKE SEEDS DOT COM cultivating successful growers for generation. Joe At set assay Question this week for it and she wants to know I have three hyacinths in my garden that finished blooming and I would like to relocate them to a better spot now since they finished blooming and I still know where they're planted. Can I replant them now? Well Mark I'm GONNA. I'm GonNa a divided answer on that Buying large you should leave bulbs alone to mature after they have flowered but there's in hyacinths and and everything else you can think of by name now That is the general statement however if she just has three and we'll assume they're separated by maybe as much as six inches apart or whatever. She could very carefully preparing area where she wants to put them. Then dig down with a sharp spade They can go down probably at least four and a half maybe five inches because the roots will be from the bottom down so you wanna get as much as you can so you disturbed the plants as little as you can in doing so so yes it can be done now however it puts the plant at great risk probably would live but it may skip a year in terms of flowering. Just because it's been show to speak upset Yes it can be done. No I would also recommend however if she for example wants to get other things planted in that area I would let it go ahead and mature as it stands. Maybe even give it a hint of fertilizer. I mean just to keep it going. Get it to Keep the tops. Green seed the bulbs so to speak. Make it mature then as soon as that. Plant BROWN'S DOWN. She can still see where the core of the planner stem was. She can dig down and moved them at that point and it would be almost like buying a new bowl because it will be fully mature ready to move to a new spot so two options I would favor the second one in terms of keeping nice highest since because oh their fragrances. So fantastic but anyhow I I would favor the one of letting it mature the next probably month for that to happen and then move them while she can still find. Because I'm big on that business being able to find them I've I've mentioned in the past about before they have totally disintegrated above ground. Because then you slice them all at least in half if not more so Go for it right now. Very carefully Get implant back in the new soil. Put them in the same depth that they're coming out of the ground that right now in other words way. I'm guessing you WANNA be from ground. Level down four and a half or so inches pop them out get implanted get them watered in and then crossed fingers or wait a month and then do it which I think is a little bit. This talk is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetables flowers and seeds available go to stoke seeds dot COM cultivating successful growers for generations.
PREVIEW| Patreon Saturday Night Ghost Club| BONUS PT.2 Is Our Job Haunted By Charlie Chaplin!?!
"Tell me your so your name if you want to share your name sure I'm Joe Lean heavily I don't know it raises or he told you but I've seen her several times. We believe her name is Cheryl. I don't know if I can. I have no you. You're not gonNA throw away repeated information. I've seen her a few times and dreams just like standing here. One of them looked at me and nothing happened Weird And another one. She didn't speak but it was like she kind of it. Seemed like she gave me the information like it was just kind of images and like essences of things. Yeah but what got me. I told you about it I woke up one morning and schools my close before bed But you know not above saying that I just forgot. Yeah whatever those in the issue Open about this much so probably four or five inches and I woke up and nothing was like different. There was no noises or anything. My arm had gone off. I felt weird and I looked and I saw. It was like a flash of very very laid. Blonde curly share. Yeah and it like went from here to here as though she ducked out of the way so I wouldn't see her and just like a little tiny bit of her face. Oh my God it's good for me too. It's like the ring with blonde hair. I'M NOT GONNA. I don't know if I'm allowed to curse but it scared me very very quick the buffet say to me bigly putting it but I just she's not militia at all it just ruby startled me first thing in the morning. Why do you think she's more connected to you because she seems she appears to you more often than the other girls? I've seen things might highlife a lot but I I think I I'm just more prone to seeing them as opposed to like anything else because I I know that risk gets like feelings like when she tries to communicate she gets messages like numbers and stuff but with me I typically see them. You just see them flat out. Wow how did they appear to you when you see them? It's just like seeing a regular person To person but you look at them and there's a very small sense in you that's like that's all right. Everyone has a ghost story. In my being urban legend. You heard in the sleepover or that time you saw a family. Member appear and disappear in a blink of an eye right before the hour of their deaths in might not even be your story. We all have go stories that have crawled into the deepest parts of us. And never let go. If you're lucky than these stories may not involved you in the first place crossed the threshold with us as the nights get a little longer and the veil gets thinner with the Saturday night ghost club on Holly Weird. Paranormal Patriarch page. One of these sidewalk goes stories. Become a Patriot today at. Www DOT patriots dot com for slash? Holly Weird Paranormal Saturday nights on Hollywood paranormal patriots impeach. Just even more spooky common. Join us as we cross this creepy threshold to tune into these creepy stories and more of Saturday night goes club. So join us if you dare.
"As you walk up the spiraling ramp an ever-expanding space unfurls in front of you. The sense increases as we travel higher as if the building is lifting us. At the lowest level the ramp is a bit cramped like the tight grid of New York's Soho neighborhood. As ramps widened, it feels more like a broad path the difference between Mott Street and Broadway or an ally in a Boulevard even while sitting on one of the benches along the ramp, you might not feel grounded on the bump outs the balcony like semi-circles projecting into the Rotunda. We feel we're suspended in the void and we are The bump-out sit on the edge of a cantilever and are designed to be strong but as light as possible to minimize the wait extending out if you tap or knock your hand down along the concrete wall near the bump-out you can sense where it changes to a hollow feel while they appear to be solid concrete the bump outs are structures coated in plastic sure, we get the sense of the immensity and the weight of the whole building but here we have a clue to its surprising lightness. Even the solid curved walls and the Rotunda the concrete barrier between the inside and outside are at points only five inches thick along nail would poke straight through to the outside are were suspended in the museum in other ways. You may notice that there are no columns along the ramps. In fact the ramps project out to at regular intervals there intersected by vertical concrete walls called off walls about eight inches thick these run from the ground up to the Oculus supporting the spiral like a rib cage. There are 12 raiding at 30 degree intervals around the circular ramps the ramps actually hang off these walls off the lowest Tramp the web walls only extend toward you about a foot as each coil of the ramp. Why'd they protrude more and more dividing the space like interest fruit membranes? By the top level of the ramp the web walls feel less like protrusions and more like walls separating a continuous coil of open self-contained galleries from bottom to top. The building is like a crescendo the widening ramp and growing web walls increase the rhythmic Pace as we travel up the web walls lift each RAM, and we feel the sense of levitating. Aware of all the suspension you may feel the Rotunda floor is the most stable place in the museum, but though we feel grounded wage a flat floor even here. We are still in suspension cantilever over another space immediately. Underneath us is a cavernous carpeted theater off.
How to Protest Pine Seedlings Over Winter
"Are we also had an email this week to read at Plan Talk Radio Dot com from Nancy, and she says in her backyard, there are three tiny pine trees maybe maybe three to five inches tall. And they're growing on their own and she's hoping to nurture them until spring, and then give them away around Earth Day of twenty twenty one and she says a couple of questions. How can she best care for them through winter and can she dig them and put them into pots with potting soil until they're planted elsewhere? Well, okay. Three to five inches is is something that germinated this spring and that's good. Very, very good She will absolutely have to protect them. Now I don't know where she lives in and deer population so on. But deer will browse on little things like that. That are still fairly succulent. Not, do sticky to the dengue. So I'm going to say some hardware cloth or or chicken wire or whatever. It would take to circle them or each one of them whichever and keep the deer from being able to get to them, and I would do it really soon because. are constantly browsing of course, and then it's coming into the rudder meeting seasons. And they no let's just say they build extra energy and one of the areas where I used to hunt i. know they were off clear to the ground number of pine or evergreen trees mostly Pines and there is no bud tissue on the lower stemware pine can regenerate so. They. Need to protect. So another one I don't think she would need to do any more than put down maybe a half inch deep mulch. Oh a little later in the season to keep them from being frozen and thawed. 'cause their roots won't be very deep or popped out of the ground because of it now having Jamal Ch- chickenwire guards or whatever she can put over them, and you have to go around them and above. Dear. Dear with that tone that there's In full, a Lotta things through offense found that out the hard way but in any event That I think the plants will take care of themselves with a hint of Mulch now then the protection. Is is the big deal now pines. Are transplantable of course, but they are more. So in the spring then fall so she's waiting until about the right time. They don't like to be moved period and then they don't like to be moved twice. So to put them in a pot. Is Okay and I would say, do it carefully try to keep the soil intact 'cause there won't be much rooted in there to hold a ball together so to speak so she needs to go down from well, go out beside them by six or eight inches go in under then at three to four inches deep and then set this whole had down into a pot full of potting soil not sale regular soil will sometimes cool lesson pack down and not be draining properly. So use potting soil and then cross your fingers if by chance. She could take them to or have people come pick them up whatever right from her property. To their property coal and prepared and so on. So they're only literally moved once would be the safest thing.
Animal Week Morning Quiz (12-16-2019)
"Good morning it's time for Chompers your morning and night tooth brushing show get ready to brush your teeth because today learn investigating incredible animals. It's animal week on Chompers. Are you ready to Brush Josh. Start brushing on the top of your mouth. Pick aside and make sure to brush the entire tooth. Count out with me. Why Today on Chompers. Our mission is to find out. which animal has the most teeth heath? Is it a a snail. Be Ah Shark foresee a Sabertooth Tiger but before you make your guests. Let's learn a little bit about these animals and switch to the other side of the top top of your mouth make circles with your brush over each tooth. Did you know that the largest living snail can grow grow to be thirty five inches long. That's bigger than most cats. Have you ever noticed someone. A snail moves it. Leaves behind slimy trail. It's called Mucus like Snot. Nukus is how a snail moves and it can even help us. Nail travel upside down. Don't try that with Snot Switzer brushing to the bottom of your mouth. Pick aside and make sure to reach all the way back to your back teeth. So does a snail have more teeth or does a shark shark. Unlike people sharks don't have bones they have cartilage instead humans have some cartilage to grab your ear or your nose. Waigel it back and forth. The reason in ear is so wittily is because it's made out of cartilage not doc bone switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and keep brushing our final choice for most teeth. Breath is a saber toothed. Tiger Sabertooth Tigers get their names from their giant teeth. Those teeth reminded scientists Of curved swords called sabres which these animals has the most teeth snail a sharp or a sabertooth tiger. I will tell you tonight when you come back for more chompers okay. You're all done ready to spit and rinse expense.
Moment of the Day (07-31-20)
"Better good or good or a lot of male and deliveries waiting for you guys back at the studio since we haven't been there in a couple of months plus we had all this on boxing talk today on the show which led to this. You have a lot of stuff surrounding your chair. Oh, including I think boomers share that needs to be put together I keep forgetting about. Charity. No one's in here you've been there and he's been there. The chair fleet has been there. He put the charity. And he gets your two thirty in the morning. He's got plenty of time. Share that chairs for the studio right right. That is your chair. You know I was hoping to do I was hoping to get the chair out of the box and then stuff Chernoff. So, instead of. Maybe, we do that instead of unbalancing we stuff boxes with people. That we work with. Fit Chernoff end fliegelman in there together, one box. And you think CEELO's only five foot two, we can get him in there to. Get the techs Jerry last week. How Tall Are you? Thank is going on. I did yes and then you never answered. Five, seven, five, seven. All right. Nailed it. So I'm five inches taller than boomer. Thanks. I know it doesn't appear that way to use staring down upon your six five figure at me but five seven you're fine. You're fine. You're a normal size human being Chris below average but not five to great job this week. Thank you. Thanks guys. It was fun. You watched all the things find even more to love with Xfinity X. One, the ultimate entertainment experience, catch live sports they're back along with more scores and more. With the Sports zone the best sports entertainment experience, plus find all your streaming apps and more in one place with the award winning voice remote x one x entertainment simple easy also to learn more, go online call one, eight, hundred, sixty or visit a store today restrictions apply not available in all areas.
"Hi, this is Mark news for plan. Talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our plan to the week podcast. Brought to you by bodied products family made in America, visit by dot com to find a retailer near you each week plan talk. Fred how're focuses on a plant. That would be a great addition to your landscape now for this week's Bonn, I products plant of the week. Fred your plant of the week. Well, it's nice to say that I can almost predict it. We're going to have spring for sure. Even after a winter like this because the winter acolyte is in bloom now that's a plant that would not have much possess. If it was up against the yellow of crocus, but at the same time it has been in bloom for over. Well, I think we can have it comes out during the daytime at the forty degree point or whatever opens out, and then all of a sudden we got five inches of snow. The other day that just really overwhelmed it because they're only about two inches tall and snow melted. They opened their pedals and away they win. Again. This is quite quite a hallmark of early spring. I look forward to them. They're bright and sassy. They are a little plant where I planted. I think a dozen little fellas. No, no, bigger than the end. Of my little finger. Oh, my many years ago and those then had in flowering have also seeded. And now, I find them not all over the place by any means are not invasive, but the patch that I started is still pretty prolific. And then there's a little bit here little bit their little bit the next place, and I say up against a yellow of crocus not big show. But as they are the oath, well, just about the only thing. Now, the reason I say just about is there are which as -als that are in bloom right now, and they'll probably speak to that more next week. But at the same time winner acolyte is worthy of having you don't need many. But a start in in your background of your garden. And then Mark we put them because they're so tiny. They'll they'll give you great joy in between things and out from under things, they they don't have much shade to worry about this time of year. I have seen them quite prolific in one particular home site here in the. The Columbus area where well even a call it normal road speeds, you could tell that it was in bloom, they covered several hundred square feet, and that was quite impressive. I don't know where else we would find that. Because it was a semi wooded area. I'm surprised that they could come through the leaves in this wooded type of area, but quite quite sharp really just simply pretty for this time of year little flower stat. Well, the whole the whole of the well the Bracks end at Sarah, stand two and a half or so inches tall. Maybe two inches across on the green of the leaves. And then the flower itself is no bigger than a dime or man, maybe a nickel, but whatever it's not great big. It's not impressive on its own, but individually, not so much, but when they're in a mass, and I've I've got three spots in my yard where there's enough of you can see from little ways away and that make. For a big deal this time of year, especially since they precede. Well, we'll call it the rest of spring. So so when you go to plant in the winter acolyte, do you put it isn't as on the edge of the bed or do you put it in the middle? And and what what to do the rest of the year summer. You you do as you have just spoken. You simply can put them in little pockets. I would use a dozen at a time plant them for inches five inches apart. And maybe a little less than that as I say, no bigger than the end of my finger. They indeed will be hidden from your memory. Let's just say that you you plant them in the fall, which is the norm and they'll come up into spring and delight you, and then they go away as far as the whole plant by two months from now there won't even be any foliage left. So be sure you put a little marker in or or you a well a picture of your garden on your telephone, whatever. So you knew where they are. And you don't dig. Back into. Thanks again. For listening to our podcast. Brought to you by Baen. I'd products at Bonn, I dot com plan. Talk radio offers other podcasts as well. Including our daily your gardening question podcast and our weekly plan. Talk radio all available on I tunes or your preferred podcast player. If you have a plant suggestion for Fred Santa meal, Fred at plant, talk radio dot com.
World Records Week Morning I Spy (7-28-2020)
"Reisen shine. It's time for Jumpers. Your twice daily do threshing show. It's world records. And today we've got some is spies for you? That means all describe something, and you have to guess what it. Starts brushing on the top of your mouth and brushing little circles around each. Three To. Today's I spies prove that anyone can set a record a records today. We're all set by dogs. Here's your first one. I see a tall and elegant dog. She speeding up and running toward a very high fence. Why wait a minute? She's jumping over it. Now, she's landing me other side of the fence. What world record is this? WHAT DO I spy? By doubt after you switch rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth. And keep on brushing. The record is. Trump. Dogs set world records to. And feather. The dog set the world record for the highest jump by a dog. The others jump was over seventy five inches high. That's taller than a really tall grownup. was adopted from a rescue center and she's a greyhound. Greyhound dogs have long legs and they're really good at running. Swift! Brushing to the bottom of your mouth and brush the molars in the way back. Here's another is spy. I see one hundred balloons lined up on the ground. Are they there for a party? Oh, no I see a dog. Rushing towards the balloons. And popping them one after another. What world record is this? WHAT DO I spy? Shout it out! Fastest a doc has pods hundred balloons. Switch rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth, but don't brush too hard. This world record was set by toby. Toby popped one hundred balloons in only twenty eight seconds. Twenty seconds. It's like how long you just brush your molars on the way back. But Toby practiced a lot before he set this world record. He swam in swimming pool. Build up with balloons and. Over over and over again. Busy thinking about it actually. So. That's it for chompers tape comeback tonight for more surprising world records until then three. One. Chompers is production of Gimblett media.
Black Lace Elderberry Is in Glory Right Now
"This plant talk podcast is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetable, flower and herb seeds available go to stoke seeds dot com, cultivating successful growers for generation I happen to have with great pride, a dying because of age, but a black lace elderberry, deep deep burgundy real finally cut leaf, et CETERA has a white flower cluster on it that is no anywhere from three to five inches across a nearly white. At least the Burgundy. Is there all summer long? The the MINE HAPPENS TO BE A. A tree it can also be a shrub because the entrance to the well one of the areas that I live near. He has I think it was either three or five of them planet initially and right now that's approximately eight feet, tall and fifteen eighteen feet across absolutely beautiful. Now there is also then what I'm GonNa call the standard, eleborate, elderberry, or elder, as it is called a videos, almost always a shrub, inform multiple stem, and so on Nice medium, green leaves with the same whitish flower. Both are very attractive. Both of them are tolerant of I guess I should dare say junk. Soil they they will grow on a railroad siding out of the rocks they can get a tall and Leggy, taller and Leggy Bay are not necessarily a long term plan now mine in a tree form is standing fifteen or so feet, tall, quite old and I by that meaning I. Don't know for sure, but probably twenty plus years there which is a little uncommon for them. Now I say it's dying and unfortunately so it. It has been waning in its productivity of flowers last two three years this year. It came out sparsely. It started to flower, and then just simply withdrew shelby so the. The remaining energy of the plant and has died back to a site shoot and I'm going to just for the heck of it, I'm GonNa cut the main stem off, which is about three three and a half inches diameter cut it off at an angle above the joint from which the Nutri seems to be resurrecting itself. It has flowers. It has the same deep burgundy leaf. This plant is without a doubt grafted I'm not certain of that but I'm guessing that to be the case so when it has died back, it's died back on the grafted part, not the root part so I will to have hopefully a black lace elderberry. Not a remarkable plant in some respects, and at the same time as I say durable it is not going to grow well in or right at waters, talk, podcast is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetables, flower and herb seeds available. GO TO STOKE SEEDS DOT COM cultivating successful growers for generations.
I do declare (November 2019)
"This episode of never again is brought to you by Garmon find out more at Garmin DOT COM Slash Aviation Copa presents never again true pilot stories from the world of generally in this episode a Cessna Twin Voice Earl thanks for listening fly safely Claire by Pierre Wiedeman recently made a rare one going into my home airport in the past what I probably have done is just feather the engine intercept the glide slope dropped the gear and just motor in get configured and brief the single engine landing in addition there was a considerable amount of traffic departing in approaching the class Delta airspace as ordinarily you'd think having partial power is better than no power for the moment that was so but as I was intercepting the final approach to help decelerate on landing reflecting on the episode later I concluded I handled that poorly my reluctance has numerous aircraft in the pattern for the parallel runways I reported to the Tower Controller I had an engine problem and I was shutting it down. ATC watching over me and minimizing potential conflicts along the way beyond that selfish reasoning I also essentially deceived. ATC didn't know how to do a single engine landing at this point I was nearing the glide slope capture it was visual conditions daytime -cluded that I had no control over the throttle and I had one power setting available on that engine which was about twenty five inches of manifold pressure king speed and not invite any questions the landing on the not so long home-based runway was a surprise because the feathered engine didn't have the drag letting them believe I could perform like normal aircraft of my type when in fact I was already getting all I could from my wounded bird of course I started thinking about the landing I'd never landed an airplane with nearly cruise power on one engine I decided to revert to something Engine Inoperative Aka engine out landing in thousands of hours of flying twin engine airplanes this is only the second time the first time I wanted to take more time to prepare and make sure I did not generate said accident report in the first place I wanted to run the shutdown checklist it further occurred to me I had never heard of anyone who would actually had to deal with the paperwork more importantly I had thrown away the opportunity to have the second one engine inoperative landing happened recently in a Cessna four fourteen a while transitioning the approach I noticed my left manifold pressure declare an emergency was based on the fear of having to do some paperwork it occurred to me I had no idea what paperwork would be required sure was not decreasing as I pulled back the throttles I played around with the throttle. RPM and mixture controls to evaluate what I was dealing with continue for landing I felt that the two to three minutes for my three sixty would be enough time to secure the offending engine in review the single engine following but chose not to tell about it because I didn't want to have to deal with the paperwork I ran the good engine pretty hard so I could keep up a reasonable how many years ago when a Piper Seneca too I did a precautionary shutdown because the propeller Diaz boot was separating from the blade I was getting via far approach checklist and mayday would get the tower controller to clear the path to the runway and ensure no traffic related surprises but I got to thinking how the accident report would read and I decided I needed to edit the script a bit I decided lighted that was very cool
Elderberry vs. Black Lace Elderberry
"Hi. This is Mark news. From plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast, your gardening questions from plan talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you. We're partnering with stoke seeds preplanned, your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website now mobile and tablet, friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center. With valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog. Whether you're adding texture, a new variety for a splash of color, developing an existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you plus all the gardening accessories. You need to make your garden, the envy of the neighborhood. Get growing with Stokes. Now today's question the I happen to have with great bride a now dying, because of age, but a black lace elderberry deep. Deep burgundy real finally cut leave at cetera has a white flower cluster on it. That is oh, anywhere from three to five inches across a nearly white. At least the burgundy is there all summer long. The, the mine happens to be a tree. It can also be shrub because the entrance to the well, one of the areas that I live near he has, I think it was either three or five of them planted initially and right now that's approximately. Oh, eight feet tall and fifteen eighteen feet across absolutely beautiful. Now, there is also then what I'm going to call the standard Ella elderberry, or elder, is it is called a bit is almost always a shrub in form, multiple stem, and so on nice medium green leaves with the same whitish flower. Both are very attractive, both of them are tolerant of I. I guess I should dare to say junk soil, they, they will grow on a railroad siding out of the rocks. They can get tall and leggy taller and leggy bay are not necessarily a long term plant. Now mine in a tree form is standing fifteen or so feet tall quite old in I by that. Meaning I don't know, for sure. But probably twenty plus years there, which is a little uncommon for them. Now, I say it's dying and unfortunately, so it, it has been waning in its productivity of flowers last two three years this year, it came out sparsely it started to flower. And then just simply withdrew Shelby soy, the remaining energy of the plant, and has died back to a site shoot and I'm going to just for the heck of it. I'm going to cut the main stem off, which is about three three and a half inches. Diameter cut it off at an angle above the. Joint from which the new tree seems to be resurrecting itself. It has flowers. It has the same deep burgundy leaf this plant is without a doubt grafted. I'm I'm not certain of that. But I'm I'm guessing that to be the case. So when it has died back. It's died back on the grafted part, not the root part. So I will continue to have hopefully a black lace elderberry, not a remarkable plant in some respects. And at the same time as I say, durable, it is not going to grow well, in or right at water's edge. Thanks again, for listening to the podcast, remember, preplanned your indoor seed starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and, tablet, friendly and request your free catalog while you're online, for the best selection of vegetable flower, and herb seeds available. Go to stoke seeds dot com cultivating successful growers for generations.
Moment of the Day (6/6/20)
"Well whether or not, he wants to admit it slowly going bald, he seems to be in denial and then things get a little testy at the end, I. Just ask one question, yes, of course. If not a ball, but that's fine. What do you call spot on the head? That doesn't have hair. Kalyk. It moved the cow. move the. It moved it away. It's a cow link right there on that spot. That's what it is a, CALICO, it's a regular officer. Really it's. It's it's a CALICO. Telling you? Can Laugh all you want. Bold. As a Kaushik. Man I. Tell You. I just remember I will always be younger than you guys. Yes, read the spot Cubal. No problem fatty. Wars the gut hanging over the belt today. What four five inches? And turn sideways to get into the control room. On the long islander, you came right out brutal moment of. All right very good. That's the way it's supposed to be right. It's just the good natured ball Boston back and forth amongst friends. Your your ball, your ugly right up your ass. boomer. On the fan and CBS, sports network with the brand new iphone se for less than a hundred bucks metro, you rule, it's the most affordable iphone ever on the number. One Brandon prepaid so whether you're studying online or facetime ING. Hey. The iphone se has all you need switched to Metro and get the iphone se for just ninety, nine, Ninety nine after rebate redemption and six months of service metro by t mobile rule your day. One account slash. Household requires port ninety validation, not valid for numbers currently on the T., mobile network active on Metro and. Restrictions apply see store for details.
Can I Plant Hardy Mums in the Fall?
"Good morning you're with us on plan talk. WHO's this? Hi It's fine. Hi, how you doing this morning I'm good. How are you guys? We're great. How can we help you out question about hardy mums A too late in the year two Plant those. Well now. I'm GonNa Kinda beat around the Bush on that. Days. we used to grow them in the field. Then, dig them from the field, put them in containers then into the sales area at the garden center. So they were being dug and moved at this time of year. So it definitely can be done now. Okay. I would tell you that through breeding to get better looking flowers, higher, brighter colors, and so on. They have in my opinion caused some of hardiness of a mum to go away I like to think that for what May. An answer for you. I like the by little bitty mums in the spring. Plant them at that point let them girl on on that spot and come into flower in the fall then in my opinion and I have no science on this in my opinion more of them will over winter as being cold hardy but right now, there are hundreds of thousands of mums in containers for sale lots and lots of color I do not hesitate to recommend that you plant them I dig as you would, for most any plan, a wide hole do not go deep now the the depth of the soil in. The, pot will vary depending on the size of the pot, but let's just say it's five inches of soil inside that container, not the height, the pot but inside the container, dig the hole, no deeper than that measured five inches we don't want them in the ground too deep because one of the enemies of mums and many other plants is to literally be too wet and root out in the wintertime So to avoid that a wide hole I would still blend in some good soil compost, etc, and go for it now. I'm I'm going to offer some numbers here. That are against speculation, but if you. Buy. Mums and plant them now which I strongly recommend just for color. Sake. Fifty percent of them should come through the winter. Now, that's not a guarantee nor. Negative diagnosis? It's just that's about what I have found to happen in the spring. Those that did live can at that point time as soon as they start to show a little bit of green one inch, all leaves and sprouts you can divide what was this year's container plant. At least in half and sometimes more because they're usually multiple stems in that pot and you can move to from from the existing or recovering plant you can fill in the bare spaces. So I, I'm GonNa ask does that answer your question because there's many different factors involved in my opinion? Well does and I have it's interesting that you mentioned the fifty percent because we've had that happen. With both both times we try covering them year and that seemed to make them better and spring. And then we didn't cover them the next year and The same thing and then there was another year where. We didn't cover. Okay. Now, let me then expand a little on what I will call crown rot. Mums and that whole family of plants as as many others do not tolerate wet soil in the wintertime as well as summer. So when you plant them at the right height and you talk about covering them, I would recommend that you use mulch I would not go more than maybe an inch or so in-depth that will help stop them from being heaved up out of the ground by freezing and thawing.
World Records Week Morning I Spy
"Chompers is produced by gamut and supported by good night's the number one night time underwear reisen shine. It's time for jumpers your twice-daily tooth brushing show. It's world records week and today we've got some spies for you. That means all describe prescribe something and you have to guess what it is. Start brushing on the top of your mouth and brush little circles around each three in today's i spies prove that anyone can set arreckx our records today. We're all set by dogs. Here's your first one. I see a tall and elegant dog dog. She's speeding up and running toward a very high. Why wait a minute. She's jumping over it now. She's landing on the other side of the fence. What world record is this. What do i spy doubt after you switch rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and keep on brushing the record is trump dogs get set world records do ooh and feather. The dog said the world record for the highest jump by adopt. The others jump was over seventy five inches high. That's taller than a really tall grownup. Another was adopted from a rescue center and she's a greyhound greyhound. Dogs dogs have long legs and they're really good at running switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth brush the molars in the way back. Here's another. I spy i see one. Hundred balloons lined up on the ground are therefore party. Oh no i see a dog rushing towards the balloons and popping them one after another much fun. What world record is this. What do i spy shouted out. The fastest jock has hundred balloons rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth but don't brush to heart art world record was set by toby. Toby popped one hundred balloons only twenty eight seconds twenty seconds. Is this like how long you just brush your in the way back but toby practiced law before he set this world record he swam in a swimming pool build filled with balloons and over and over and over again kind of dizzy thinking about it actually so that's for state but come back tonight for more surprising world records until then three chompers production of gimblett media. Hey champions. We wanna know if you give a piece of advice to kids going to the dentist for the first time. What would it be. What would you say tell you grow up your piece of advice and have them send us your answer at chompers dot dental we might use your answer on an upcoming episode of chompers -burse grownups that address again is chompers. Dot dental chompers is brought to you by good night's the number one night time underwear good night's delivers protection where children needed the most grownups you understand the importance of a great fit. There's nothing like the confidence boost you get from looking good good and feeling good but when you're a kid experiencing nighttime wedding that confidence can go out the window especially when training pants don't fit luckily good nights has you covered with nighttime underwear that fit for kids with leakage protection and a great fit good night's. Give your kids a confidence boost.
How to prune a pear tree?
"Hi. This is Mark news. From plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast, your gardening questions from plan. Talk radio to help keep this podcast. Free for you were partnering with stoke seeds preplanned, your indoor seeds starting program with the help of the all new Stokes website now mobile and tablet, friendly. The new website is a brand new gardening experience. It offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery. But what hasn't changed is the Stokes website is still the complete resource center. With valuable information on seed starting planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog. Whether you're adding texture, a new variety for a splash of color, developing an existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you plus all the gardening accessories. You need to make your garden, the envy of the neighborhood. Get growing with Stokes. Now today's question. Good morning. How can we help you Barbara? I have one of those territories but. But I bought it in the fall. I didn't know what you thought about it at that point. And it was on sale and I needed I have no flowers on my in the early spring trees. So it was on sale. I'm happy with it. I'm older. It'll work for me. But I woman that wanted to be a horticulturist, but didn't told me that I should cut the top off of it. I should keep the top 'cause they grow. So tall, she said of parents have one they go so tall that I should keep the topic of, but I'm afraid, I know Paris gross straight up a lot of times, it's flowering care. But I don't wanna have all these dams shooting next to each other. You know jam each other up. What do you think I bought it? It was a regular size. I don't know sixty seven for three and that was in the fall bloom nicely. This bring it seems to be doing fine. But now, of course it's, it's maybe eight or so feet tall. So if I'm gonna prune it, I'm. You have to do it soon. You know, this is true. No, I I'm with the lady that spoke to you about it in terms of pruning, the pairs, not necessarily, her way to continue to cut the top out like you say each tip, then we'll throw off side shoots and you end up with a bristlecone brush sticking up there. Pair is going to grow upright. And as long as you have space for its uprightness, I'd say only modify the height. In other words, you could cut back by half of the new growth. It's on there, even yet for the next month and do the same. When the tips of the stems are leave limbs. Now, what I want you to do before that, though, is to go in at the trunk and be sure that there's plenty of room where each branch that you're going to leave is attached to the truck. I have had the opportunity and reason to prune many pair to where I wa. Want the twigs it or no bigger thicker than my finger? I want them to be four and five inches apart on the connection with the trunk of the tree. Now, it may make it look a little skimpy right after you've pruned, but what you're going to be doing is causing that plan or allowing it, whichever to grow a limb big enough to attach itself to the trunk and probably be less apt to break off in the future. Now. Pair is infamous for getting too darn many stems growing off of the Trump. They're very rampant. That's what makes them so full and beautiful when they're young. But when the branches get some size to them, and they start pinching each other out on the tree's trunk you have you have a breakage point. That's been almost created by the patriot self. So go into this tree. It's let's call it seven foot whatever it might be right now. And you wanna bring the low branches up, perhaps, to at least waist high if not above shirt, pocket heights, whatever. And then from there up the stem or stems because sometimes you can keep two or three stems in a pair, that's kind of natural for them, but be sure that they are not v. Ing out or crouching out right at the same point again, you wanna keep those, those limbs separated from each other. Now it ideally. You'd have only one trunk growing up through the middle of that on a pair is pretty hard to manage. So go in sideways. If you will, and create step ladder up the side of the tree to the point then that you have branches that are above each other a by five inches or more separation, now the ideal then is that you create a ladder four times around the tree, or do it all at once for that matter. You are going to cause the tree to have branches not opposite each other. There's going to be one at let's say four and a half feet one then above and on the other side of the tree at five feet and so on, and you just go up through thin, it out, create good strong briefs branches as the tree grows up. Then if you want to older, the top, you can cut back by half he won't hurt the tree it. Well, it'll cause some suckering but not sufficient to be a problem. A now they're going to come at time when you can't reach that even with an extended saw. So get it straightened out as youth kind of, like you would treat a kid, Senate, the right direction. And then you won't have so much trouble. When it's teenager Barbara, thanks so much. Thanks again, for listening to the podcast, remember, preplanned your indoor seed starting program with the help of Stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and, tablet, friendly and request your free catalog while you're online, for the best selection of vegetable flower, and herb seeds available. Go to stoke seeds dot com cultivating successful growers for generations.
Ajuga and Hornbeam
"Hi. This is Mark news for plan talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our plan of the week podcast brought to you by Bod products. Family made in America, visit by dot com to find a retailer near you each week plant talkradio's Fred, how're focuses on the plant. That would be a great addition to your landscape now for this week's Bonn, I products plant of the week. And Fred, your plants of the week where the plants of the week do started the shoot leather and go a little bit above that right now. I think one of the bet. Well, it's a good spring, period. But one of the best shows if seen on a little plant called a Judah or carpet. Be will. I think it's most outstanding I've seen in years, first of all, the plants came through summer last year through winter, this past winter, and now are standing. Well, let's just say, they're, they're full each gets about three inches high and the flowers, inter up another five inches above that, so down around shoe, leather, certainly, looking down, even if it's taller than you shoe. They, they are in bloom. It's a beautiful kind of purplish blue. There are minimum of three different leaf kinds that you can get there's the original blue the original green, and then by crossing or finding and I'm not sure who was looking to find it. There is one that's variegated leaf. It's. It's not the green and white type of Eric Asian. But it is a rambling color throughout the leaves quite quite attractive, a story behind it briefly spoken as a group of students. We went to a person's home. We're going to review their landscape. And when we pulled in the driveway in the bus, he had his big belly more out and he was going in between trees and soon as I got out of the bus, I walked over, he recognized that we were there and so on, he pulled out of the juge, patch writing his more got on the grass shuttered down. And I said, sir, you're probably going to kill those plans. He said son have been doing this for thirty years. So when it finishes blooming, you can, if you wish that you're more at its highest puzzle cutting it, which would be three inches or more and go ahead and mow, and it will get some repeat blooms, but in any event, that was quite a startling thing now to the other side of things. Hornby Hornby is a plant, there are European types, American types, and Japanese types, they are trees. Well, the, the European type can get as much as sixty feet when it's very, very old plant, but by and large, they're going to give you trees for the smaller areas in the twenty five thirty possibly thirty five foot size and they're, they're interesting right now where they are always interesting, but at the same time, right at the moment, they are in full flower fruit, if you will, they're a if you if you've ever pictured or seen a picture of hops as they have matured preparation for making other things out of them. You, you see a very interesting fruit structure right now. They're in bloom, there. The fruit is opening and they will soon mature, the beauty of them is that they have character, they are little more less. You say light green than the fully. So there's there's something to be seen. It's not as bright as Dogwood or crying crab, but any event interesting, and then it's a papery fruit if you will the plant has no fruity body little birds might eat the seeds. But no, none of the big guys that are after fruit and juice, and so on. So it's a smaller tree. There are the three types you can check on them at is generally called horn beam. The, the genus is car. Pint cer see AARP I annual if you try to look them up, because many people in smaller properties, now need smaller trees, so thought that in as a matter of an interest point for this time of year. Thanks again for listening to our podcast brought to you by Baen. I'd products at Bonn dot com. Plan talk radio offers other podcasts as well, including our daily your gardening question podcast and our weekly plan, talk radio all available on, I tunes or your preferred podcast player, if you have a plant suggestion for Fred Santa meal. Fred at plant talk radio dot com.
chiliPAD Sleep System Review
"Do you sleep hot or cold. Do you wake up in a sweat or shivering. Utah turned because your body just can't find the right temperature is so stay tab because I'm reviewing doing chilly pad. He's tweet hands on tech is brought to you by absence eco-tank printers this holiday season kiss expensive cartridges. GOODBYE CHECKOUT EPSON DOT COM slash eco-tank Leo to learn more follow Robert Ballots here the Digital Jesuit. And I'm a fan of sleep tech according to totally dependable poll. I once on read it. The average person cumulatively spends more than sixty five years in bed over a lifetime so it makes sense to try to maximize the comfort of those six and a half decades or probably more accurately about eight hours a day. That's why I was excited when cry. Who sent me one of their Chili? Pets I've been eyeing the sleep Texans. Es Twenty eighteen because it claim claim to address my biggest problem while sleeping. I hate sleeping hot. The idea is relatively simple. Created advice second heat or cool water then circulate that water through a mattress pad to heat or cool. You're sleeping area to your desired comfort temperature. It's definitely a simple idea but complicated to do properly the way that the chilly pad does it is a two part system comprised of the Cube Control Unit and the hydroponic pat starting at six hundred dollars. The Cube measures about nine point five five inches long ten point five inches wide and seven point five inches high with an in two year. Three hundred and ninety milliliter water reservoir it uses a reversible heat pump up to heat or cool that water between fifty five and one hundred and ten degrees Fahrenheit. Then it circulates it through the hydraulic pad. It comes with a remote control so that the cube doesn't have to be immediately accessible after installation and it's designed to automatically protect itself by shutting off. Should the reservoir fall below US safe operating level the the hydraulic pad comes in sizes from twin. All the way up to California king and it uses several meters of three point two millimeter silicone tubing integrated into the pad to flow the water water through the entire surface. It has an eight foot tail for connecting the hydraulic pad to the cube. And the PAT is machine. Washable and uses Paulie fill so that you can place your fitted sheet directly over the pad using the chilly pad starts by stripping your bed so that you can lay the pad on the mattress. There's an elastic band attached to the pad that secures it to the mattress mattress. So that it doesn't slide out of position you can position the tail at the head or the foot of your bad depending on where you want a house. Cube Control Unit now speaking of the Cube. You'll need a flat surface on which to place it. The spot needs to have two feet of on interrupted airflow on all sides as the cubes going to need that airflow to properly operate the heat. Pump once you've got a location for the cube connected to the tale from the hydroponic pad then plugged the cube into a power outlet unscrew the CAP to the Cubes Water Reservoir which should always be facing upwards boards and fill it with distilled water distilled is optional in the manual for me any water circulation of I should avoid regular or softened water because that will cause mineral build up over time. This is tech that we want to be using for years if not decades. So let's treat it right after failing the cube turn it on and set the temp up to seventy five degrees. Fahrenheit as water circulates through the tubes in the hydraulic pad the water level in the reservoir will drop. Go ahead and refill it until it stabilizes uses than cap the tank while the bad is still uncovered. Go ahead and make sure that it reaches your desired temperature testing both the heating and cooling functions. If if everything checks out you can reduce your bed minus your old pad and you've just finished installation now. That's how the tech works but the question is how does it feel in in a word heavenly now. I've never had an experience where the bed kept me at my perfect sleeping temperature and it is so much better than what I've done in the past I I love sleeping cold. I keep my windows open in the winter I blow fans at myself in the summer but that always causes discomfort because no matter how cool I make my room. I'm still building building up my mattress and that causes me. Toss and turn with the chilly pad and once. I had a few nights to dial it in. I was able to sleep all through the night waking up in the same position that I was in when I went to bed not only that but cooling jess the bed is far more energy efficient than trying to cool the entire room or the entire house. This is one of those sleep technologies that will spoil you for regular mattresses because it is just so much more comfortable but yet because the modular design of the chilly pad allows you to multi zone your bed that means that if you share it with a partner they can set their side of the bed at a different temperature than your side. You can have your fifty five degree Igloo. While they enjoy sleeping a warm one hundred and ten degree beach now it should be noted that while the heat or cool the water between fifty five and one hundred and ten degrees Fahrenheit Erin. Hi that's not necessarily going to be the temperature of the pad itself those Pesky laws of thermodynamics that the temperature of the room the mattress your body and the thermal conductivity of your betting will all affect the temperature that you feel for me setting the cube to sixty met that my bed stayed at about seventy two degrees which was perfect. But but that's just me. I was really impressed by the chilly pad. But that's not to say that it's for everybody if you don't currently have heat related sleeping issues than you might not fully appreciate the chilly pad. Also if you're an extra light sleeper the pump and fan could potentially wake you barring that this is a fantastic piece of tech that I recommend commend for anybody who thinks that they can get a better night's sleep with better heat management father Robert ballots hair the digital jesuit. And if you're looking for some better sleep get your hands on on this hot and cold tech until next time hands on tech is brought to you by my favorite printer company. Epson this holiday. The season kiss expensive ink cartridges. Goodbye the Epson. eco-tank printer comes with a ridiculous amount of ink in the box. So you could print thousands of pages is it has super sized easy to filling tanks which means you never hassle with buying or changing cartridges again. So when you're thinking about the perfect holiday gift at the eco-tank Printer to your holiday holiday shopping list so you can just feel and chill checkout eco-tank printers at best buy at staples or of course epson dot com slash eco-tank Cleo. Keep up with all the hottest Tech News and gadgets visit twit DOT TV there. You'll be able to find and subscribe to all our tech show's thanks. Thanks for watching hands on.
"Hi, this is Mark news for plan. Talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our plan of the week podcast. Brought to you by Bod products family made in America, visit by dot com to find a retailer near you each week plant talkradio's Fred how're focuses on a plant. That would be a great addition to your landscape now for this week's Bonn, I products plant the week. Now, I have something that is white as the driven snow coming up. It's a little plant called blood route blood route is a Wildflower, and and the Wildflower part is it's kind of wild because when it gets done flowering, which is a very short time it forms a little seed pod, which then at maturity throws the seeds Ota ways. And I have Wayne more blood route than I brought in now as far as bring it in while flowers or be left alone. However, these came from friends woods and with permission and all that good stuff. And now I have blood route. Oh, my at least in five places one of which I started then I moved a couple of little plants for my spot to another spot. Anyhow, it is absolutely as I said as white as the driven snow. It's four maybe five inches tall. It comes up. It shows upright the pedal. Spread on a warm day. They may last three or four days. And fortunately, don't all bloom at one time. So it spreads the color out. But they're very tiny. I have them growing several places where they can come up through either the pile of leaves. I didn't take up last fall or they can come up through the ground covering type of juniper that I put them in. And so on they leave then is maybe four inches across still at that four inch height. Very very soft grey, even though I have it growing in among juniper that require a lot of light. They don't seem to be harmful at all. The leaf is a bit translucent the will the sun arching over the earth so to speak or us moving under the sun. We don't have to worry about shading things out. So that's great. Thanks again. For listening to our podcast brought to you by Baen. I'd products at Bonn dot com. Plan. Talk radio offers other podcasts as well. Including our daily your gardening question podcast and our weekly plan. Talk radio all available on I tunes or your preferred podcast player. If you have a plant suggestion for Fred Santa male, Fred at plant, talk radio dot com.