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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"Spies liquor lemon juice and Campari like very robust flavors. I've never seen I've never had like absence. Aquavit in Campari together for instance. But it all works. They do really bold things here and the results are really exciting and great. I Love Maine fell in love with Portland. And if it didn't get cold. Probably try to move there but yeah I'm trying to stay away from Colon Yeah and then if you continued up the coast as you shed because Acadia. National Park is up the coast. There's this lovely little. Seaside town called bar harbour and that's the entry town to Acadia and it's this island towns small city with tons and tons of great independent restaurants and cafes coffee shops bars all of that and unsurprisingly seafood. Is The star here at all of these so much like we didn't get too much time here really sad I would love to. I mean this is the place that it would be kind of buckled down and like hang out for a few days and just Katya back up when it's not cold and like forty degrees good option. Yeah because a lot of the restaurants here are seasonal to which makes sense because it does get so cold and tourism drops off because a lot of Acadia is not accessible in the winter. So you have a lot of like lobster centric restaurants like Stevens lobster pound and Eden lobster and a bunch of others that'll close for. They'll take legal winter break. You know which is nice. Oh Yeah and then there. Was that one coffee shop. Independent Was so great You know because when we are there was forty degrees. It was perfect but they had like sandwiches and other like bakery items and Perfect perfect Little Coffee Shop reminded me of Central Park in friend. Yeah not as like fancy like not advanced. You know there's not like a lounge chair there but it definitely had that like you know the owners. They're you know or you know the main people are there and they're not like trying to be something they're just trying to do. Great Quality Food and coffee. It was really yeah. I HAD BLUEBERRY COFFEE CAKE. Morris again blueberry everything everywhere and I'm all about it and then yeah. Barbers has died with these. Really Nice cosy place like the Chart Room. Just like the best. Like kind of quintessential nautical vibes. It feels like you're in a sailor's I duNno. Shop or something like the Holla ship with like salmon and Macadamia crested halibut. Main like main crabcakes. And then the thirsty whale lively more rustic POB Bob's roles and chowder. And this is where the lobster bisque. I don't think so. No no I remember that lobster says you can get lobster. Bisque almost anywhere. You probably the best roles. But I love a good solid lobster bisque like I forget how much I love it until I go to somewhere like Maine and get some beautiful lobster bisque. Yeah well this is the place to eat and go lobster. Crazy Bar Harbour. Portland the coast. We I mean we have a lot to explore here. I'm still very good a northern Maine and just go back to all of this and I think the beautiful thing here is like showing. That Maine is a lot. More than just lobsters and blueberries. Yeah it is. It's what it's ploys it's diverse outer it's new it's Inventing things in its trying things differently. Just a beautiful place to go and explore all these magnificent foods. I seriously cannot wait to go back but I'm leaving now because I'm hungry. Same you've been listening to park land. A show about national parks park land dates and production of iheartradio created by Makara. Wak Brad Care. Wack and Christopher has Yoda's produced and edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis R. Researcher. It's Jesulin shields goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park landy accrue and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well check photos from our travels on Instagram Park Linnea pod and join in on the conversation and our facebook group. Parkland Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visit iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Wherever you listen to your favorite shows and.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"Yes there's a lot there's a lot of love. Gosh Yeah Too. And like you brought me one of these back I WanNa it was something like the summer peach. Yeah I I think that timeline checks out and they also. That was probably late in their strawberry season. So they have. Strawberry Rhubarb is a popular option for them and then later like in like fall. They have Perr Ginger fritters like all of it. I'm on all of it right like right now. I literally just go. You know what we're going to have to find a way to get back to New Mexico in the next couple. I missed that and reminiscing about. It is not helping when we're not there. No it's not helpful at all and then and other place that I loved was Santa has a great. They have a very robust coffee shop scene. They do much to my delight. They have plenty of those. My favorite was this place called sky coffee and it's in the railyard area of which seems to be a very kind of up and coming in like industrial area hip but like that's where like the Rei was and area. You're obsessed with because you're getting those town mountain bars from. Yeah and only I can only get them in areas. So that's what brought me to that. Area was to stock up on energy bars and then I was like Oh. Here's a coffee shop. That looks really cute. So hot in there and it did not disappoint. It's really sunny bright. It looks like kind of a white cottage definitely place that I would just chill out working main computer for a little while which is exactly what I did and they have like wonderful espresso and Cortott does Chai per over coffee. They've come on tap and then they have lots of coffee cake and muffins and they also supply a limited selection of. Who's doughnuts so in case you can't make debate. They were ownership. Yeah and last but not least has probably one of the better views was that rooftop Cantina For Margarita's yes. I was like are fun. Awesome like bar hopping night in downtown Santa Fe and this is the grid casual option. It's very chill lively vibe. Still kind of silence in artsy but like much more laid back I would say and spacious rooftop we were able to like Mosey right up to the edge. Pretty much and just have like a couple of margaritas probably like guacamole chips. Solid foods solid Margaritas. Like nothing too crazy. Fancy it's about the views but then they do have that like Fancy restaurant inside though they do. Yeah which is just right through the doors and I remember just like sitting sitting there chilling. The Sun was setting and it was the most idyllic experience and a great way to cap off just a wonderful dream evening in Santa Fe. Yeah and I cannot get enough of Santa Fe or Albuquerque or New Mexico like all of this from blue corn donuts to like blue corn lagers at bow and Arrow and Green Chili Pizza. Grizzly Turkey sandwiches. I love it all such a wonderful and you know what's crazy. This is just a taste of New Mexico. Yeah it just tastes so I can't wait to go back and re eat re drink all of us and then just explore everything else. Because it's really unless you've been listening to park land show about National Parks Park Land. As production of iheartradio created by Mac Cara Wack wack and. Christopher has Yoda's produced and edited by Mike John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis our researcher. It's Jesulin Shield especial thanks GOES OUT TO GABRIELLE COLLINS. Crystal waters and the rest of the Park Lane crew. And Hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well. Check out our photos from our travels on instagram at park. Alenia pod and join the conversation in our facebook group Parkland Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visit iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you for listening..

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"Ecology yes and our ecological concept of the day is fire dependent ecosystems. Yes on the surface it would seem that fire and ecosystems do not. Math fire can be dangerous to plants and animals. Obviously I mean that's what's causing hundreds of thousands of people to evacuate their homes in California. It's it's horrifying but the human relationship with fire. Ecosystems is different from an ecosystem's relationship with fire. This world is filled with fire. Food after all oxygen is what fire eats. And there's plenty of it here in Earth you know. This has been burning since it was formed in. It's even been argued that humans couldn't have evolved the way that we have without the -bility to make firework for US fascinating however fire has the potential to destroy what we built our homes communities and Agricultural Land. Yes and for at least a portion of human history. We've tried to keep fire separate which is of course impossible because lightning strikes eventually but the more that ecologist study fire the more they realized that it's actually acts like a living breathing organism in an ecosystem. Where fires allowed to do? Its thing there might be a handful of fires every year of varying sizes intensity and type Groundfire might breeze through burning just or Ganic soil. Or it might be accompanied by a surface fire that feeds on grasses low growing shrubs enforce litter yes and then there's crown fires which might happen after a lightning storm in burn through the tree. Canopy as long as fire isn't suppressed. It's unlikely that any of these will be very destructive. At least as long as your house is not in the way of it. Yeah true there. I've been there like yeah I think. Ptsd I get it. Some ecosystems actually require fire to function And the grasslands at Little Bighorn National Monument or one of them. Yeah America's Grassland. Perry's are not what they once were. Human Agriculture has removed most of the Blue Bunch Week Grass Sandberg Bluegrass and June Grasso that used to dominate the prairies of the Midwest but fire systematically ben essential in promoting cu production keeping woody plants from sneaking into the ecosystem and basically keeping grasslands grassy although although lightning is the main way the fires are started than the prairie ecosystem. Like the one you see at little bighorn. There's a lot of evidence that native Americans started fires to drive game to promote the production of seeds in the plans. They like to eat almost like a weapon in a battle to clear the land for travel These days the National Park Service actually ignites and closely manages fires in the little bighorn and other parks for fire is an important member of a healthy ecosystem. Much like never yeah. We've seen this in a handful of parks and read a lot about it. The the benefits of fire as long as you know it's the right setting and it's obviously not arson because yes that's never good. But this time it was like Yellowstone where you know in the eighty S. We had a huge fire. And that's because we kept on putting out all these small fires and not allowing to Kinda take. Its course so then. This one happened which was by human error but still happen Basically that cigarette butt lit up the forest and it demolished most of yellowstone's ecosystem but by allowing it to what it needs to do and kind of helping it in those ways and doing in small batches. That's really what are kind of talking about this concept of like fire dependent systems exactly. You're listening to parkway India a production of iheartradio boats like big boats. You like people working on yachts. Do you like poor people in the rich people. They serve on yachts. Are you always like what goes on below deck? Hi this is Anna and nick. Turner the hosts of decades. And we WANNA take you on a fun and goofy adventure in this. Been Style. Podcast we will watch and recap every episode of Bravo's below deck and all of its spin offs. We got below deck Mediterranean and below decks sailing young. And we're going to release an episode every Monday through Friday. So you can watch with us and listen to our daily recap since podcasters are the scum of the earth and below the people who work below deck we record in the bowels of the boat. That's right we're just two fabulous idiots trying to catch you up on one of the most wonderful shows on television with our self proclaimed quirky and offbeat personality. I never said that okay. Listen the decades on the iheartradio APP APPLE PODCASTS? Or wherever you get your podcast. I'm Matt and I'm Brad this park land and today we're talking about Little Bighorn. Battlefield NATIONAL MONUMENT IN MONTANA. My favorite but now that we've sufficiently wept. It's really time to wrap up our episode on the Little Bighorn and share with each other a favorite part of this national monument. Yeah so per usual. We haven't told you there are answers. So it's a surprise. What are little favorite moments? Were from big horn. So do you want to start with? What your favorite thing about. This park was my favorite thing about this. Park was fat going there reading Looking through history at the museum's even looking to their book collections I really realized that there's much more research to do about native American culture in history Incan like junction with American history in the aspect of civil wars and timelines to understand like what we were actually doing at the same time. So there's so much more history to dive into and that's what for me. Little Big Horn was just that I still have a lot of learning to do and I. There's a lot more ways to open up my eyes to make sure that I can understand what is American history and not just written from the Americans side right beautiful. I mine is kind of similar. I would say if I'm picking a specific thing or site. The peace through unity Indian memorial. Mike easily takes the cake. I thought it's just a gorgeous memorial in and of itself but also what it symbolizes in like in general with the park on the whole I think symbolizes how much I learned what I took away and how it really rattled me. I went here and I was like like what I learned in. Fifth grade is not accurate. Granted I don't remember much but like a really kind of shocked me up and ultimately that was a very positive thing so it shows how complicated American history is especially in relation to native Americans and especially during this time and its battle took place and it's just not as cut and dry not nearly as black and white as I thought. This particular moment in history was and just fascinating. There's a lot to learn here. And it's a very eye-opening park in just that I think is my favorite also eighty-one oh shout missiles. Lewinsky from fifth grade. I know you try your best. Bless your heart. I don't remember what your curriculum was. I'm sure it was well intentioned but it'd be really fun. It's it's now kind of this weird goal of mine I would love to go to little bighorn battlefield national moment with Miss Lewinsky. Have this like Y- this beautiful like reunion there. And so if she's somehow miraculously she somehow was listening. Here's this I would love to do that. She should she should like be a gas like we've talked about her weight now. I really think it's one of those things that we should And that's because there's so much more to learn and we need to keep educating ourselves. Keep on traveling. Keep on trying to understand this beautiful culture and history that we live in the United States. Because it's very complex very deep many layers and there's so much out there. Yeah I think the number one thing that I would bring is to is to open years. Yeah in an open mind and an open mind and to shut my mouth. 'cause I just wanted to learn I want to see I want to visualize because you have to come in here with an open mind. Yes there's lots of taken so you gotTa make room for for all this new knowledge that you're learning because there is really at the time here and I think you should also bring what like I think a compact car or rental car like cross if you're are being that's something to be mindful of unless you're lucky enough to be like camping right down the street or something where I'm kind of negligible. But if you're making any sort of a hall here then it could be economically challenging now. I'll tell you one thing to not bring do not bring hiking shoes. Don't come here with like all your national parks like back camping swag because you don't need it it's definitely a small place that's very manageable A lot of eight sessile accessibility. I think the whole part anyone else can walk. It's very accessible. Yeah I think one thing. Yeah you don't need like hiking shoes or hiking boots or anything like that but I think it would be why not to come here on anything. Fancy by any means because I say that because we're here on a drizzly day and I was walking around by the memorial and step in like a pretty deep thing of mud and may thirtieth so I mean I. I wasn't wearing like hiking beats but I wasn't wearing dress shoes or anything by aiming so bring a rain jacket. Just in case just in case check the weather and younger brother printed weather thing dress. Accordingly ballparks visited and talked about I really feel like little bighorn was just a huge therapeutic lesson for me. It really was. I have a lot of feelings about it as you can tell and I mean I shed any anyone shot if they visited this place and deserve these feelings. I think we all do little bighorn. It's complicated it's emotional. It's sad and it's so important to American history and even though it's taking a long time and they're still farther ways to go. It's nice to see history moving forward in the right direction and Bringing us all along this journey of learning together. You've been listening to park. Land a show about National Parks Park land as through production of iheartradio created by Matt Carroll. Wak Brad Kerouac and Christopher has Yoda's produced and edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis. Our RESEARCHER IS JUSTIN SHIELDS ESPECIAL GOES OUT TO GABRIELLE COLLINS. Crystal waters and the rest of the Parkway India crew. And Hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. 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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"My favorite well with all of that. There's so many beautiful things to explore in and around Yellowstone National Park and I think what we need to talk about is what was our favorite part of yellowstone on this trip. Matt what was yours. This is probably the hardest decision for this segment. I've had to date because this park is obviously huge. We did a ton. So it's it's hard to narrow down. I would say my favorite part. Even though at the time was in absolute misery it was probably that Canyon trail that I did the Grand Canyon. The allstone because the scenery was just unbelievable. And in retrospect very worthwhile. I'm glad I put myself through that and experienced it because I'm proud of you. Thank you yes I. I'm glad I did it. It'd be nice to have. It would probably help if I slowed down. I'm constantly speed walking speed hiking. And this isn't the trail for that because you will burn yourself way out before you're even like halfway done with it and then that's a mistake so but I I loved it and I would definitely recommend that trail for especially for a small group who can keep you motivated and keep you safe now. My favorite part would have probably had to abandon mammoth springs. Area Co hot springs geysers so much different lake Ecology Wildlife Just seeing how they interact differently with the environment that they're in like you're telling us about like the elk and how they were just like in the middle of everything and they're so used to it and you know that's good and bad but I remember like there's Times right go to turn on the road and there's like an crossing and I'm like hey. This is the perfect place to put a L. crossing sign. But there's that and then you know the boiling river That I would really love to do so. Let me go back. I'll have to make open seasonal so it's not like it's a exact date every year. It's like Becca Tober. I every year September. It's not like starbucks pumpkin spice season. You know it's not like China dry so we just have to be careful with that True we should talk about what things people should bring to yellowstone and that from experience. Like if you're going to visit yellowstone during primetime weeded so like July or August you should bring well for one thing a lot of patience. A lot of patients APPs in forgiveness guy willing- willingness to overlook a lot of. Don't be where there's road rage for a man sticking his hand out the window. It's infuriating like come on so that's something that we learned and that we would bring yes and then we. Also I'm. I'm sure I've talked about this plenty of times already with yellowstone but bear spray. Of course no matter whether you're alone the group that's pivotal and you can get that really anywhere in the entire area. You can get that from park stores in around the park for any kind of convenience store in West Yellowstone or Jackson hole is the hub to the south and brings them light layers. Because even though it's like in July we went there really early in the morning. It was cold. Yeah I remember. I was mad because I didn't bring a sweater or something On our first trailed the day right. Yeah it does get called. It's not during the day during the afternoon especially can get really warm or hot but this is definitely one of those places that at night and early morning it's spread at least a windbreaker. It extra probably be best. Because then that way it's still light in its breathable away So you know just bring another layer yes absolutely and then if you're doing something specifically water oriented if you're lucky enough to be here when boiling river is open then bring a bathing. Suit your bring a towel and have a great time. We'll live in swim vicariously through you. Yes and send US Pictures Tag. Us Park Land Pod. Yes well it took us two full episodes but I think we've done justice for this incredible most iconic national park. There's a lie here from epoch. History epic wildlife. And you've really got to go see it for yourself. Just remembered to bring a bear spray and wake up early. You've been listening to park. Land a show about national parks park land dates and production of iheartradio created by Matt Carroll. Wak Brad Care. Wack and Christopher has the oldest produced an edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has the Otis our researcher? It's Tesla Shields. Especial things goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park Leah crew and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well. Check out our photos from our travels on Instagram at Park. Alenia pod and join in on the conversation facebook group Park Landale Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio. Visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"Hi I'm Matt and Brad this Park Land area and today we're talking about Joe Cave National Monument in South Dakota Ecology and we're introducing thing our ecological concept of disease because within cave systems There's definitely a lot of different particulars but diseases is definitely important to our ecosystem in multiple choice right and it's a little more complex a lot more complex than one might assume about disease so populations within an ecosystem are always fluctuating. And one thing that can really affect the system is disease even just one species easies ecologists have only recently begun to realize that disease is actually an integral part of an ecosystem. In fact there's all entire field of disease visa college like the study of diseases and that's pretty hot right now pretty hot. Yeah but just because diseases natural. That doesn't mean they're influenced doesn't occasionally the only way to spectacular die-offs either and that the effects of disease in an ecosystem isn't hard to watch. Yeah take for instance white nose syndrome which is killed millions of bats? North America since it was first identified in two thousand six White Nose Syndrome is actually a fungus that grows in cool damp in places like caves. Yeah and it impacts bats while they're hibernating leaving a white fuzz and their faces and it changes the bats behavior waking them up from hibernation and sometimes making them do weird stuff lay file tied the cave and the day time in the middle of winter which is not what they should be doing which it kills the bats by making it difficult to hibernate which burns through a lot of fat reserves that keep them alive until the summer right and this results in the claps of entire are colonies of bats which are really important members of cave communities because their Guano is the main source of food for species that only live in caves await nose syndrome was first identified in in caves around New York The fungus has been steadily moving across the US There was this terror to have infected jewel cave in about two thousand eighteen In the long legged bats that live there right so the National Park Service is working to reduce the risk of infection in bats. Here and the National Park Park Service has been dealing with white knows German other caves systems that we've talked about like mammoth cave in Carlsbad caverns by making sure. Visitors are educated. About what white eight no syndrome which includes letting them know that they should stay out of caves and other habitats like minds and alert federal or State Wildlife Agency. If you see the about flying around in daylight or when it's cold outside the park service is also asking visitors to decontaminate. They're caving hiking gear before entering any gave. Yeah Yeah keep everything sanitizer. Not like do you know bringing diseases into unaffected caves or anything like that and although white nose syndrome and other diseases like the kitchen Richard Fungus. That's decimating frog and salamander populations all over the world. It's important to remember that disease is a normal important aspect of ecosystems. Yeah in in the case of white nose syndrome. Human involvement in caves has probably sped up the spread of it but some researchers even think it's on the rise by Ben brought up by human driven climate change but changing ecosystems is inevitable So it's good to acknowledge that disease is an important driver of of changing itself. Yeah so when like visiting caves you know you really want to make sure that you are helping protect the bats by cleaning your equipment and your shoes and your your gear ear Because we don't want them to disappear. Go Away no definitely and if you've worn shoes in other cave on another tower somewhere the mindful of that and don't wear those shoes into jewel cave 'cause better safe than sorry and keep the bat safe my favorite. But I think it's the perfect time to wrap things up with Jewel Cave National Monument Let's share what our favorite favorite part of this national monument is. I think for me it was mostly about learning some of the most incredible facts of ever learned at our National Park site and that includes leads the fact that you'll gave a briefing cave. I had never heard that term. Not only was it fascinating to learn about but also felt felt great physically that how big NBA breathing. And then also the Joe Cave like dancing club thing I think is absurd and wonderful and and I love Peter Really missing out right a local like restaurant business like jewel cave dance. It's a club like do it get it. Let's have fun with it. I really admire the audacity of the of like the cave discovers you wanted on into create this dance club in a cave. It's outrageous and beautiful. Just very creative is it didn't work out marketing in. It's finest. Yeah yeah true. So this is just filled with that and you learn about on the tour and visitor centre and I walked away feeling so informed and delighted and it was really fun so I would say that type of stuff was my favorite part about jewel cave and there's definitely a couple the things they need to bring. Yeah for sure. So if we're going to jewel cave and you're presumably doing your cave tar because you need to there you know you got to do about. What are you? Bring it every cave tour or any every cave it's pretty much across the years layers yes Because like we said it's about forty degrees. It's chilly it might. It might feel good if you're going there in the summer but still like bring some light layers at least you to be comfortable in there because you do spend a good amount of time on the Cape obtain the shortest cave tours are like an hour and a half. So you're going to want to make sure that you're you're not freezing and I swear we're gonNA take this again is at least one liter of water bring water water brain. I mean obviously any physical activity but again it kind of you're doing the going up and down stairs you're squeezing the passes rates. It's more exhausting than you might think. Initially so be prepared for that also the proper footware or boots with good firm grip because breath. The surfaces are very uneven. The least and you don't want to be slipping and sliding and like crashing into walls or bang your head on the ceiling or anything like that. So the definitely not whatever ever you can do to come in. Physically prepared and comfortable is is really pivotal here. Now between the talk of jewel the singer Snow Way Whiskey and shimmering crystals I'd say this episode has been a huge success yes absolutely I mean it's fitting because jewel cave national monument is a gem and the National Park Service. Yeah nicely is that a literal gem. You've been listening to park land. Yeah a show about National Parks EXC Park Land. As to production of iheartradio created by Matt Carroll Wak Brad Care Wack and Christopher has the eldest produced an edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher has has Yoda's our researcher is Justin Shield especial thanks goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park lane the crew and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave. Missile Reviewing Apple podcasts. It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well check out photos from travels on Instagram at Park. Alenia pod and join in on the conversation and our facebook group Park Landale Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio. visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows breath and as always thank you.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"Houses. Do stuff like that and Sunday. Dinner Club still exists. It's located upstairs above honey butter fried check in which is in the Avondale neighborhood. Just north of Logan Square and highly recommend Senator and club in and of itself to get on there Guest is less because they do amazing work there and it's so intimate you feel like you're in their home getting to know them and just other diners take care of their people you know. They really care they really want to evolve. They want to change the restaurant scene and make it a a better culture and they do so many different initiatives and ongoing training and the have insurance for other teams. Yeah I mean like they are doing it. They're killing it. They're kicking it so when you go to Chicago please make special stop there until Matt and Brad said Hello. Yes yes I know. Give them both air. Hugs for for us because we adore them and admire them and their food is just wonderful. In and of itself the fried chicken served with honey butter the corn muffins into sandwich. You can have it with a side of mental Mac and cheese with cookies for dessert. All of it just excellent excellent people and a couple of other excellent people that were we feel very connected to you are David Meghan Miller from Baker from Baker Miller this bakery and in cafe and Lincoln Square and these two. They're wonderful human beings and they made our wedding cake for us. When we got married and Double Bunk Cake Banana Plum Double Bundt cake with us like Vanilla frosting WHO's out? It looked like ooh actually looked like mammoth hot springs rings or something like that just like these this beautiful colors and like leaves coming from it. It was really a cool thing. Tastes like software though it was not like he also done cake but so good. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. But they do because they're cafe their home he like wonderful. Warm welcoming. Cafe has delicious wishes cookies and cakes and pies like chocolate chest pie and her Chata Pie and I think my favorite time to go. There's for breakfast to get coffee and they they do. Yummy like grits poles topped with like pork sausage or like corn and cheese and CILANTRO. But I actually my favorite thing and this is like something. They are famous for stunningly. Is there oatmeal just the best meal. It's made with heirloom oats with cultured cream. Cinnamon sugar toasted PECANS secons hotmail. It's like this is. How should people would love oatmeal and eat it so much or if it was this good Dave and Meghan Miller they really put the love and soul back into very fast food very and bakery items? You know they. They're two very passionate people That they built something for themselves from nothing and their story is amazing the them as people as mazing and like just talking about makes me miss them more and more because I just love like hang out with them and seeing them randomly and coming and visiting them at Baker Miller and along a lot of Chicago because really is this beautiful place with so much. Amazing Yeah I think it's. It's good to kind of wrap. I could talk endlessly but I think it's good to wrap up this Chicago. Minneapolis it with Baker Miller. You're in like honey butter fried chicken because folks like these like David Meghan Miller and Christine Joshua honey butter. I feel like they really exemplify the city of Chicago. And what we love most about it and why we lived there in what we miss most about. It is just this natural hospitality and passion and kindness and empathy and all these things in addition just being talented human beings who are putting their work out there and sharing it with the world and it's wonderful in every way in every sense so we miss all of this. It's essential when we go back that we visit these people on their businesses. We we miss you. We miss you Chicago. You've been listening to park. Land a show about National Parks Park Land as production. Oh by heart. Radio created by Makara. Wak Brad Kerouac and Christopher has. Yoda's produced edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis R. Researcher. It's Jesulin Jesulin. Shield a special. Thanks goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park landy accrue and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on apple podcasts. It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well checkout photos from our travels on Instagram Park. Lydia pod and join in on the conversation in in our facebook group Park Land Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visits I heart radio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you you for listening.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"And then of course you have to get your basics. You're cleaning supplies. Your kids in organizational items toiletries And that actually brings me to our V.. Friendly Toilet paper. Don't use Sharman. I'm sorry Sherman but that stuff will clog up your RV so quick. I remember what I tried to use. You know sermon soft. I was so excited sided and it just clogged up so we had to pay someone to come out one hundred and fifty bucks to back Flush RV tank to get all the cluttered a toilet paper out so get used to not using the good stuff in the RV. You're definitely need to find your. RV friendly toilet paper Because you don't want to make a hundred and fifty dollar mistake because again. That's your resources at your money that you're traveling. We run out to dinner a couple of times multiple times with that But we had to spend it on back flushing. RV So don't make the same mistake as we did. There's a lot of brands of like. RV friendly toilet paper and honestly you. You can find these at camping. World's a lot of campsites actually carry. RV friendly toilet paper in the little mini camp store because they know that so important to your RV the system so you can when you're traveling through RV parks in different places. Walmart's you can actually find a lot of places that have friendly. RV Toilet Paper Roll along the road and the last thing. I really want to bring up our trailer hitches because they're so important when you're driving down the road so for for us we me nowadays. Just have our classy motor home and our scooter. But there's a specific thing that we have to put our scoot around. You know we have this motorcycle hedge so it just goes right into our hitch and then there's a ramp that we can put our scooter up in and then we use tie. Downs straps to tie-down or scooter. So that's one option of a trailer hitch Another trailer hitches. Their ball hitch. And those are the ones that you're gonNA ninety percent of trailers us They you know you just drop the trailer on it. Unlock it in you. Use Your latches and you can take off Plugging your electricals. That way. There's brake lights on your trailer. But then there's the fifth wheels like we talked about in the last boone docking with Brad which are in the middle of your truck so this wouldn't be an RV now this is not for our RV but this is to go into a truck so there's many different options for trailer hitches And our saving grace. This year was definitely the load bar. Sway Bar Combo This this little bar sway bar. Combo is like three hundred and fifty bucks but it just it saves your rear when you're driving eighty miles an hour down the road in your RV with the trailer behind it and then you get a big huge gust of wind like we did in Texas. I mean I still had to pull over. visit them feel safe. But I know for sure that this load bar sway bar. Combo really helped now with this. What does slowed bar sway? Bar Combo does is is it takes the load off of your rear wheels and it puts them more towards your front wheels making it more even not what a load bar does the sway bar with that does hooks up to your trailer and it makes your trailer doesn't sway back and forth or fishtail so while you're driving your you have complete control control over your vehicle. One thing that I learned is because I was pulling so much weight in our trailer this year is that we needed to get front shocks. That could hold up a better too so we actually blew out like our shocks on this year and so we Had to get those replaced. That was it was a cheap upgrade but basically now it's ready for the next time we ever have to pull a trailer behind us so there's a lot of little technicalities when you're towing behind A trailer like ah I mean this one had was probably at full capacity between the weight of our RV itself because you have to factor that into towing power for your engine. Your specific engineered chassis was like nine thousand pounds and I remember there was a point where between what our housing was or RV itself and the trailer behind. Find Us. Because you have to factor in the weight of the trailer itself. Even the tow bar hedge was like one hundred pounds The low bar. Combo is hundred. Pounds And then the weights. We had two pallets of Syrup which was another like five four or five thousand pounds so basically we had seven thousand impounds when I was done calculating it An eight thousand power pound to- limit and that's good because you don't want to push to your limit the whole time but we were only driving thing for like twenty hours with that and then dropped off one pallet and kept on going out north when we're heading to Las Vegas last year so there's definitely a lot of different for instances and you really need to make sure that you understand what your limits are for your vehicle and what they need so just because you have a classy doesn't mean you can tell whatever you want because it doesn't have the correct amount of power to actually pull those behind so then that leads you into maybe upgrading to that class. A. Diesel Or Class A gas. You know you do that but it's always better have diesel. It's definitely a better pusher. It's better for when you're going through the Blue Ridge mountains in the great smoky mountains. Or if you're going through the passes over Breckenridge Vail definitely want that diesel pusher because otherwise you're gonna be going up these at like forty forty miles an hour and it's gonNA drive you and everybody around you crazy so knowing your limits and how toe and where you're going is so important when traveling traveling but I guess that's something that will have to cover in a future episode boondock brand and Today I was really happy to be able to take you through the essentials that you need for. RV living just go a little bit more into understanding your RV specifically Understanding your needs and what it is that drives these beautiful homes across this country. You've been listening to park. Land a show about National Channel Parks Park Land as production iheartradio created by MAC. Cara Wak Brad Care. Whack and Christopher has Yoda's produced an edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Our researcher Justin Shield a special things goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park lane the crew and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show Oh leave us a review on Apple. PODCAST helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with a on social media as well check out our photos from our travels and Instagram at Park. Alenia pod pod and join in on the conversation and our facebook group Parkland Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. For wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you for listening..

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"They cache food carry up to forty seats at a time and their expandable esophagus and storing amendment hiding place to eat during times when is limited. So they're quite like industrious animals here and have a like large appetite. Yeah the diversity. Personally in arches national park in the wildlife is just so amazing I would say that's one of my favorite parts but I'm not going to because I think we time that we actually share. What our favorite part of Arches National Park is my favorite? So it's the part of the episode where we share with each other our favorite thing about artists. We haven't told you other what our favorite things are. So it's a heartwarming surprise for both of us and I love it. Brad love set. Do you WanNa talk about what your favorite part about artists now. This is a tough one. 'cause arches is so beautiful and so diverse. I mean all these animals are really amazing amazing and the way that they survive is so specific to them. That's really amazing an amazing fact. But I'm not gonNA say that's my favorite I'm GonNa be really basic and say that the delicate arch is my favorite. How original I know how original but I just come up with that grey t-shirt and that teacher and so funny because like I think of it like stopping so delicate get over it Right Oh actually I was never very clear. Yeah Yeah Yeah. So it's stopping delicate arch. Get over it well. Well yeah there's a lot of meanings behind ended a lot a lot of layers their own leaders but yeah I mean. Delicate was just so beautiful. I mean stunning fund trail. Like hike. you you use those laws scrambling and is fun and we actually took some of those shots of those like records spas. When we got up there we had these little mini anyone? Yeah because we just visited the distillery in Breckenridge Colorado. Yeah Yeah that was wonderful so I think my favorite was probably the next day during the snowstorm and just like seeing it and drinking that site and because of his exquisite. and that's kind of surprising for me because I I'm I'm not much of a snow person easily annoys me. One thing you were soaking it in. Yeah I was hot up But I just thought it looked really amazing and I've never been in like a snowy desert environment before so it was an experience in incredible normally only like snow. If it's like a ski destination that can make a couple days and leave and go back someplace where there's no snow. Yeah I would've loved to go to Canyon lands out. have been amazing MHM because it was just so closed but because it was knowing Share one snowplough between the two parks and because arches was more visit. They were taking care of them or they couldn't really get to the canyon outside so I'll have to go back Well actually we will have to go back to say. Yeah Yeah please take me but I know that was it was so cool we got like the entrance of Canyon lands pretty much long snowy drive. I was working or we couldn't get stuck up here because we have the RV obviously and it's not an ideal vehicle to drive through snow now but it it worked out fine so I think we should also talk about three things that we would recommend bringing to arches national park water water lots of water and desert environment always water. Yeah and I know that silly. Could you should bring water every national park but this one is one of those ones even when we win it was cool but just it's cool does not mean your body is age rating You have to hydrate when you're in any desert lerman no matter what temperature it is. Yeah you really do and it can meet us out of two because if you're there like when we were there on the Snowy Day and your body doesn't have like the most obvious reaction where it's like thirsty or whatever but like even even if it's cold and chilly and snowy and wet or whatever like still you need to drink. Water also sunscreen Sun Protection. Hats sunglasses sunglasses all that. Because there's really no true cover here. It's wide open. Expose desert especially the persons of trails that are on these wide wide vast slick rock. So it's just you and like the direct sun and it's pretty high elevation so it hits you and impacts you more directly. Yeah and this isn't like one of those huge park where you're going on a lot of trips. Now if you back like backpacking and like back country traveling. That's one thing like don't like you. There's more you have to bring but like really like snacks. Water and Sun Protection. Yeah a little bit of recommended not really heard on records Baca okay shooters. Yeah sure I mean if you want a but The other thing too like if you are going into the backcountry or going wing off the main trails and stuff be sure and bring maps. It helps to print out maps or bring a map book or something because unsurprisingly entreprise only. There's really no service so you can't be using like your phone. GPS or anything like that so it would not be good to be lost out there. It's since it's kind of this plane desert Landscape there's no like distinct landmarks to help guide you necessarily if you are like. I'm fortunate enough to be lost. Their so best to you know over. Prepare MAPQUEST DOT COM download download. A map yeah and I think it's safe to say that arch is one of the most iconic destinations and the tire country It's really one of those points where you just get to really enjoy it and watch it and take it all in Yeah and it is one of those places that more than lives up to the hype. This iconic psychedelic blake the delicate arch and the rest of the park. Itself is absolutely worth the visit and then also like no matter higher expectations are. It's going to Going to exceed them like we have incredible time here and I cannot wait to go back. You've been listening to park. Land a show about national parks park clean dates and production of iheartradio created by Matt Karaoke. Brad Kerr wack and Christopher has YODA's produced and edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has Yoda our researcher. It's Jesulin shields especial thanks goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the parkway India crew and hey listeners. 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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"Yeah just the way that this park in the woods have been used by various people over the years for hunting or fishing and exploration Asia and then now with the Appalachian through hikers as well so that was a little glimpse into that I guess inadvertently but that trail was was awesome in those waterfalls falls were extraordinary. I really really liked it yeah. I'd really love to bring like enough things to like. Make your own cocktails and you know you're going to need to bring your hiking backpack to on that Appalachian Trail Right now now I'm going to bring you and Rv jiving behind me so what they're things are due to this park. What three things that I bring? I think I would bring stuff to have a picnic. I think this feels like a great picnic Hiccup Park got it offering the cocktail stuff you bring the picnic. Yeah sure yeah there we go. That's one and one yeah you'd bring another thing I would bring would be my well. I would just bring my same t-shirt. My block bear t shirt because this is the place to to wear that. I think everybody appreciates the shirt. It just really really fits and then I'd bring my hiking sticks. 'cause you like to take me on crazy hikes. Oh yeah definitely came in hand yeah. You bought them here this. This is the first part you bought taking sticks broke one of them. I know you look immediately broke. It didn't last and then I would also bring I think our ACLU board game just in theme that clue looking and then play the clue game. That's actually a great idea. I would actually bring you'll because because there came a point where we're like okay. We're getting lawn fuel because it's a long drive and I didn't feel up before leaving or entering the park and so an upon leaving I had to get it like right away. yeah that's something to think about and now let's talk about like what our dream mm-hmm vacation version of shadow would be if we're to come back here and just kind of go go crazy yeah absolutely why don't you start off with this all right I well. I think we should stay at at the end. The men's lent end of course. I very curious about that. We didn't see any of the rams. All we do is go to the speakeasy bar but I just you get get a sense of it that it's probably really luxuria vintage way so i WanNa do that. I also really want to go and just check out their main restaurant. Circa thirty one is the name of it and not only does it like super stylish swath like the rest of the property but the restaurant also hosts dinner shows and murder mystery dinners wished uh-huh perfect. We have to do this like murder. Mystery dinners like I was actually really bummed when we couldn't do that because you know from Hyogo Valley episode so how much we love our murder mystery train rides and dinners and that would have been perfect. I know for anyone who remembers our first episode. Where we geeked picked out on the murder mystery train ride they know full well about our obsession with murder mysteries and how crazy and wonderful to discover the hotel which looks like the clue mansion also hosts murder mystery so that's just perfect? It's literally perfect and then of course you would also have to do more hikes exploration of Shannon Doa. Maybe so you can even hike the whole Shannon Doa part of that place trail I would totally do that. Yeah I think that'd be a nice way to dip my toe into the Appalachian. Just do a easy hundred mile hike but you're don't tempt me though because he no actually do it and then you're going to have to drive and pick me up and pamper me in the evening. They'll be tired brings right. You've been listening to park land. A show about National Parks Park Oakland is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works created by Medicare Wak Brad Kerouac and Christopher has YODA produced an edited by Mike John's our executive producer Christopher has the ODA special thanks to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and rest of the cleaning crew and hey listeners? If you're during the show leave us a review on Apple podcast it helps other people like you find our show you can keep up with us on social media checkout are photos from our travels on Instagram Park Land Pod and join in on the conversation in our facebook group Park land near Rangers from our podcast my heart radio visit the heart radio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always always thank you for listening.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Brad to Matt Caroline bailable on I heart radio app or anywhere you get your podcast the show was created by Matt Carol act Brad Carol acting Christopher has produced and edited by Mike John executive produced by Christopher has you notice special thanks to you Gabrielle Collins crystal waters and the rest of the park when they occur any listeners if you're enjoying the show leave us a review on apple podcast it helps other people like you find our show you can keep up with us on social media check out photos from our travels on Instagram at park media pod in join in the conversation and our Facebook group parkway near Rangers thank you so much for listening. it's a line that party city save twenty percent on all Halloween items with a thirty dollar purchase and fifty cal sixteen ounce party cups for just one dollar party city it's on restrictions apply minimum purchase required to store for details. do you sell stuff online then you know what a pain shipping can be it's time consuming it's expensive it's a hassle until now introducing ship station the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers what do you sell stuff on Amazon Essie Shopify or your own website we ship station you can quickly ship all orders from one easy to use dashboard saving you a ton of time there's even an easy to use mobile apps you always have access plus you'll save money which ship stations deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like U. S. P. S. UPS FedEx and more you can always choose the best care at the lowest rate for every package it's no wonder ship station is rated number one by online sellers in right now you can try ship station free for sixty days that's right free just go to ship station dot com and enter promo code I heart we guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers a lot easier that ship station dot com promo code I heart ship station make ship happened do.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"App or wherever you listen to podcasts i'm brad. I'm matt welcome back to park land area favorite now. It's <hes> time to go into one of our favorite segments of the podcast. What was our favorite part of this national park but on this time time i want to say it together kind of three or after the connor three so it goes one two three than answer okay all righty one two three bat lantern tour whoa. I really thought i really thought we were going to be sync on that. <hes> the fact that we aren't it just shows you that i really really missed out by not going on a tory now. Unfortunately we'll have to do that next time and then i want to do contorno two thousand a heartbeat. It was so much fun yeah. We're going to have to plan that better next time. That was my phone well. I you know yes it was because as of that tour one of the three things that i would definitely bring would be layers because it gets cold as you go down into the cave and i would love to tour so i need to bring layers for my next trip. <hes> definitely like one liter of water surprisingly <hes> crazy how much water you drink from the hiking trails above as you've noted and and then going down into the cave back. There's just a lot of water consumption. <hes> this is something that has come up almost every three things to bring so bringing a lot of water <hes> and then for me <hes> we had to do laundry the last day and which was really frustrating because they closed at like seven and we just got it done in time but i would definitely bring some quarters for the park laundry <hes> exciting stuff <hes> the things that i would bring first and foremost make sure that you have a supply of snacks like popcorn and bacon and stuff because you're gonna want it after you do one of the tourists i assure you the other thing i would also really agree with the layers thing because of the temperature differential is big especially if you visit <hes> during their prime like summer months when it's really hot on the surface and then the temperature plummets to like the mid fifties so you almost need to have an outfit change ira recommend bringing like a light jacket or something and i have leggings underneath my short so there's little flexibility there mets like beyond say performance style layers disturbs him off throughout the day and always fabulously always appreciate that comparison thank you <hes> and then i would say the third thing to bring would be maybe need a copy of silence of the lambs because it's going to put you in the mood. Don't be a creep. Come on come on. I do love that movie. We watch probably standby place. Yeah i stand by that game. It's my favorite movie. I don't care how many people in a cave laugh at me yeah. It's really creepy but you know now in regards dream vacation gatien carlsbad caverns. I think we both have heart set undoing and on cave to yes. I would love to do that so much. Yeah i mean the park has a couple couple tours that they call wild caving and these are not for the faint of heart but they are from my heart because i want to. I want to squeeze through them. I want to go through them but then there's the spider cave tour which i'm not some scary yeah. I'm like not all about that spider life. I mean it's fine <hes> and then there's the hall of gray white white giants. Yeah i'm and sons less intimidating yeah. The white giant. I mean just sounds like it's a big space so it shouldn't be that hard right right yeah. Although i mean from what it sounds like both these are basically spurlock like years squeezing and crawling and you're in aerospace's for for a while there are long tourists here compared to the other ones. These are like four hours so don't be fooled by the name. Is that what you're saying because it requires crawling through you know squeezing into tight spaces susan. You'll probably get dirty right. You'll yeah you'll get dirty. I love it. Yes let's go back. There probably get scared but it'll be good. It'll be a memory that's for sure they'll stick with you and as honestly as frightening as these situation sound it also towns primarily amazing and for me it just seems like a real bucket list app experience right up there with like about migration and bike all that i think is important to do. I would love to do it and make sure that we make reservations a lot of wonders about this national park and i think it's probably one of the more underrated national parks in the system. Yeah there's especially there's a lot of elements here that are underwritten unknown like like the surface trails and so much to do beyond just watching the bats and stuff like that <hes> and then continuing with the dream vacation stuff. If we survive the these narrow terrifying cape tours i think would be really nice to stay at the trinity hotel in downtown carlsbad. Yes they were so nice beautiful. Although keep in mind that when we say downtown we mean that loosely and the word down to living in air quotes votes. There's really not much of a city nearby. Carlsbad caverns is technically not in carlsbad new mexico. It's kind of like twenty minutes down the road but attorney turney hotel is such a jam. It's long the main street. <hes> <hes> located in the old bank building. Yeah the building used to be an old bank so it has this classic motif very vintage lobbying and it's not a big hotel is only a few boutique rooms upstairs with this restaurant on the ground floor very popular restaurant yeah yeah i was so glad they can squeeze this in the table of the night. I'm like tuesday night or something yeah like what to their killing it but i'm obsessed with <hes> green chili chicken alfredo we had when we were there could and they had some really good new mexico line yes they did it was like an all new mexico wine list very impressive and this is right before we were going to the new mexico wine festival in albuquerque gas are really wet our appetites it was it was great so it'd be it'd be cool to i spent some time there in between cave tours and then yeah that'd be comfortable too and when the bats come out to eat all the mosquitoes does we'll just be gorgeous green chili. I love green chilies as much as bats love mosquitoes. You've you've been listening to parkland. Show is created by matt karaoke brad kerouac in crisper hazardous produced and edited by johns and our executive producer is christopher. The has the otas special things to gabrielle collins crystal waters and the rest of the proc landy of crude. You can keep up with our travels on our instagram at park land pot and joined the compensation station in our parkway endear rangers facebook group. You can find links to all this stuff and the show's notes.

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"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"gabrielle collins crystal waters" Discussed on Parklandia

"App or wherever you listen to podcasts i'm brad. I'm matt welcome back to park land area favorite now. It's <hes> time to go into one of our favorite segments of the podcast. What was our favorite part of this national park but on this time time i want to say it together kind of three or after the connor three so it goes one two three than answer okay all righty one two three bat lantern tour whoa. I really thought i really thought we were going to be sync on that. <hes> the fact that we aren't it just shows you that i really really missed out by not going on a tory now. Unfortunately we'll have to do that next time and then i want to do contorno two thousand a heartbeat. It was so much fun yeah. We're going to have to plan that better next time. That was my phone well. I you know yes it was because as of that tour one of the three things that i would definitely bring would be layers because it gets cold as you go down into the cave and i would love to tour so i need to bring layers for my next trip. <hes> definitely like one liter of water surprisingly <hes> crazy how much water you drink from the hiking trails above as you've noted and and then going down into the cave back. There's just a lot of water consumption. <hes> this is something that has come up almost every three things to bring so bringing a lot of water <hes> and then for me <hes> we had to do laundry the last day and which was really frustrating because they closed at like seven and we just got it done in time but i would definitely bring some quarters for the park laundry <hes> exciting stuff <hes> the things that i would bring first and foremost make sure that you have a supply of snacks like popcorn and bacon and stuff because you're gonna want it after you do one of the tourists i assure you the other thing i would also really agree with the layers thing because of the temperature differential is big especially if you visit <hes> during their prime like summer months when it's really hot on the surface and then the temperature plummets to like the mid fifties so you almost need to have an outfit change ira recommend bringing like a light jacket or something and i have leggings underneath my short so there's little flexibility there mets like beyond say performance style layers disturbs him off throughout the day and always fabulously always appreciate that comparison thank you <hes> and then i would say the third thing to bring would be maybe need a copy of silence of the lambs because it's going to put you in the mood. Don't be a creep. Come on come on. I do love that movie. We watch probably standby place. Yeah i stand by that game. It's my favorite movie. I don't care how many people in a cave laugh at me yeah. It's really creepy but you know now in regards dream vacation gatien carlsbad caverns. I think we both have heart set undoing and on cave to yes. I would love to do that so much. Yeah i mean the park has a couple couple tours that they call wild caving and these are not for the faint of heart but they are from my heart because i want to. I want to squeeze through them. I want to go through them but then there's the spider cave tour which i'm not some scary yeah. I'm like not all about that spider life. I mean it's fine <hes> and then there's the hall of gray white white giants. Yeah i'm and sons less intimidating yeah. The white giant. I mean just sounds like it's a big space so it shouldn't be that hard right right yeah. Although i mean from what it sounds like both these are basically spurlock like years squeezing and crawling and you're in aerospace's for for a while there are long tourists here compared to the other ones. These are like four hours so don't be fooled by the name. Is that what you're saying because it requires crawling through you know squeezing into tight spaces susan. You'll probably get dirty right. You'll yeah you'll get dirty. I love it. Yes let's go back. There probably get scared but it'll be good. It'll be a memory that's for sure they'll stick with you and as honestly as frightening as these situation sound it also towns primarily amazing and for me it just seems like a real bucket list app experience right up there with like about migration and bike all that i think is important to do. I would love to do it and make sure that we make reservations a lot of wonders about this national park and i think it's probably one of the more underrated national parks in the system. Yeah there's especially there's a lot of elements here that are underwritten unknown like like the surface trails and so much to do beyond just watching the bats and stuff like that <hes> and then continuing with the dream vacation stuff. If we survive the these narrow terrifying cape tours i think would be really nice to stay at the trinity hotel in downtown carlsbad. Yes they were so nice beautiful. Although keep in mind that when we say downtown we mean that loosely and the word down to living in air quotes votes. There's really not much of a city nearby. Carlsbad caverns is technically not in carlsbad new mexico. It's kind of like twenty minutes down the road but attorney turney hotel is such a jam. It's long the main street. <hes> <hes> located in the old bank building. Yeah the building used to be an old bank so it has this classic motif very vintage lobbying and it's not a big hotel is only a few boutique rooms upstairs with this restaurant on the ground floor very popular restaurant yeah yeah i was so glad they can squeeze this in the table of the night. I'm like tuesday night or something yeah like what to their killing it but i'm obsessed with <hes> green chili chicken alfredo we had when we were there could and they had some really good new mexico line yes they did it was like an all new mexico wine list very impressive and this is right before we were going to the new mexico wine festival in albuquerque gas are really wet our appetites it was it was great so it'd be it'd be cool to i spent some time there in between cave tours and then yeah that'd be comfortable too and when the bats come out to eat all the mosquitoes does we'll just be gorgeous green chili. I love green chilies as much as bats love mosquitoes. 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