18 Burst results for "Grand Teton National Park"

"grand teton national park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on KOMO

"Federal planetary scientists say the already hyperactive Atlantic hurricane season is about to get worse. Oceanic and atmospheric conditions are now even more hospitable for hurricane formation and intensification. Gerry Bell is lead hurricane forecaster at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. These conditions are predicted to continue for the next several months. Also, weather and climate models are all now indicating an even higher potential for an extremely active season. They're upping the forecast 19 to 25 named storms now with 7 to 11 becoming hurricanes and 3 to 6 of those major hurricanes. A Christian school near Palm Desert, California says it will open for in person learning. Despite the state's high instance of covert 19 under California in Riverside County Rules Desert Christian Academy does not have the okay to reopen. But Kirk Scott, co head of the school, says God gave them the direction to reopen the hundreds of students. Even with the threat of Cove, it 19. There's always the possibility of tragic results and We just We trust the Lord with with the outcome of whatever it is that that he leads us into California could send in a task force to shut down the school like Stone ABC name calling all hunters. Grand Teton National Park needs volunteers to shoot non native mountain goats this fall. Doing so after a culling by helicopter last winter was roundly criticized. This is ABC News. Coma News Time. 904 are Homo traffic every 10 minutes on fours. Who's Tama Fulton? Still logics of police activity in Redmond on the 51st Street ramp to westbound 5.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It's the Terry Minors show. We sit around here and wonder when will go on a vacation as well. So that's got to be tougher. Almost travel agencies and Oftentimes, people just put together organic trips and and we can't do any of that with neighbors who went away for like, three weeks in an RV, and they just got back a few days ago. They loved it. Just something they just put together. I think the R V business might be the only thing that's booming right now one of few businesses that's booming in America. But Mary George miners loves having me home at the MGM studios. She just laughed when I said that she's walking through the living room. Come in the dining room on the dining room table, No travel for us anytime soon. She had a big birthday by the way a few months ago, turned 50 and wanted to go to Africa says Like Ah, we can watch animal planet the TV and that will have to count. We're not going anywhere for a while. Eventually, though, you know, I like the the big parks too. I love when we go. We've been Tio. Yellow stone. I love that Grand Teton. I think it's singular people say Grand Tetons, but I think actually Grand Teton National Park, and I was doing a bike trip out there with buddies and just had a great time. And what's the name of that one out in California? Yo, Semites. That's what it is. You know when they gaze upon your Semites some nights. What? How did that happen? That the people sent the president United States out to speak today and they did not know how to say Yosemite. I mean, that is really interesting. I just found that fast. They or was it yesterday whenever it came up. I just love the clip. I've seen online of Bunch times today when they gaze upon your Semite CEO some nights towering sequoias Yo Seminar nights, Yosemite Nights, Yo seven ice. Was that the name of that group that harassed those kids from Covington? Catholic? No. They with a black Hebrew Israel lights, not the Yosemite Nights, Yo seven nights. Anyway, Maybe we'll travel again, Teo Semites at some point and get out. I hope you're not getting stir crazy as you can tell. I am It's interesting. The Indianapolis 500 saying, Well, you know what? We're not gonna have fans here and of course, the Kentucky Derby is looming. Justus Suzanne was describing They're in the news and clips with Mayor Fisher. That's several weeks away. However, the street Rod Nationals are here in Louisville this week. It'll be interesting to talk to the man who is the communications director for the street Rod Nationals just couple of minutes. Teo sort of ascertain how he's going to keep everybody safe and obviously enjoy the show here in Louisville is kind of the first big thing we've hosted. Since the Corona virus really heated up and shut everything down. Handedness here coming up at four. Excuse me. But at 3 35 Charles Booker joins us. He was a Senate candidate vs Amy McGrath. He made a heck of a run at Amy McGrath on the Democratic Primary. Came up a little short, but he's got a new project called Hood to the Holler. And I think big things they're going to be happening from. There's lots of great things on his windshield, too. We'll talk with him. About 3 35 congressmen Yaar meth after five. And lots more between now and the end of the show. Glad you're here..

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on Parklandia

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This is park land. And today we're talking about Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming trails. So Grand Teton definitely rings. Way Up there as one of my favorite parks for hiking because obviously it's a mountain Meko with literally hundreds of miles of trails from easy lakeside. John's to grueling halls across boulder fields. It's got something for everyone whether you're usually walker or a full-blown masochist comes news a prize. That you've actually experienced these trails. Yes true it shouldn't be a surprise. 'cause y'all know me pretty well this so on my first trip to gain. Teton. It was part of my family vacation with my dad. My brother and my sister. This was in two thousand sixteen or Seventeen It and so this is like the first segment of that trip that Yellowstone Grand Teton thing and we were staying at this gorgeous lodge in Teton village. Which is the dream as a little man's had resort ever seen so it's beautiful stunning Unite tried to go back there this past summer when night but everything was pretty much closed. Yeah it's not really a late night town gas but we were there like nine. Pm and I was desperate to take you back to my favorite spots and show you around but oh well. We wound up finding like expensive Sushi and it was. It was all fine but anyway the first full day were the park. We asked the hotel concierge for some hiking trail recommendations this when I was with my family and he suggested something called the Delta Lake trail with his actually an unmarked trail that veers off Amphitheater Lake trail which is kind of the main thing that you see on the map. Yeah and so- Delta Lake was not even listed any of the guidebooks we had. We hadn't heard about it. We were just basically got this guy's recommendation and what he was explaining to us the locals. But that's Kinda scary. I'm surprised you actually agreed to do that. Yeah me too. In retrospect so this trail in Will START AT. Lupine meadows trail head area. Not far from Teton village. It's super pretty and peaceful and it all starts through this lush. Pine forest really smells like a big Christmas tree farm. It's very peaceful very dramatic very relaxing. But we were all the whole time on Hyler forbears. This is our first like trail that we're doing trip and we're obviously all nervous rex about the potential to see bears so very worried. My Dad had bear spray at the ready but about two thirds of the way up to amputate amphitheater lake which at this point has had numerous which backs mountain with some sweeping valley views below. We cut off into the woods towards Delta Lake and things started to get very icy and very snowy pretty quick and we were not properly dressed for at all. We were just for like late summer. Snow Free Walking Leisurely Hiking. Not For this. None of us had gloves. And we're all just like hiking shoes or sneakers even think I was wearing sneakers. So we really gotta get you better hiking. Oh thanks as much as you do. You need to have the best use right. Yeah I think. One of the pairs of shoes. I had literally as a hole in the bottom. Like it's it's ridiculous not okay now and especially for a grilling chair like this. Which had deeper snow. Which went over boulder fields and steep slopes that were literally crawl up some of them and get like hands on and remember like we didn't have gloves so yeah this isn't great but when we finally made it up to Delta Lake. It really was amazing and we had it all to ourselves. It's gorgeous perfectly still a glacial lake that looks like a mirror in the midst of these peaks and the main Teton. The Grand Teton was perfectly situated on the opposite side of the lake rising above the cloud of fog reflecting the water it was really such an amazing and surreal place to eat the rest of our breakfast burritos that does sound really amazing and peaceful. Yeah yeah well. The peacefulness came to a screeching halt on the way back down when we were literally sliding down these steep slopes in crashing into rocks and trying to keep our hands from frostbite at a certain point. I think I was like crying and laughing at the same time in my brother and sister like are you actually okay or do work and I'm like I I don't know honestly I can't tell you I was just like uncomfortable and laughing at the outrageousness of it all. I think that is pretty crazy. Yeah and we were wondering this whole time if the concierge recommended this hike to us because he wanted to kill us like was was this a militias recommendation. Because pull the jokes offering because you lived to tell the tale. Yeah and I'm sure. This trail is beautiful. Must miserable in like the peak summer months when snow is either nonexistent or at least minimal but this is not the time of year for it and it was late. September snow is starting to come back and forth at least at these elevations levels the L. But at least we'd be able to see where we're stepping and not constantly falling into deep snow over boulders. Were to do this in the summer which I would totally come back and do this in the summer. I think it's a worthwhile trail. You just need to be equipped and mentally ready and on the way back down. Once we're back on the main trail. We actually did see an adolescent grizzly bear eating dairies or something it was just like foraging traumatic. Yes it really wasn't as scary as I thought or like this terrifying image we are like Brennan to our our minds of what it would be like. It was mostly mesmerizing lease and like there was an adolescent so it wasn't this big gigantic looming. No that was getting ready to pounce right I mean hopefully not but even if it was we made it out but it's safe to say at the end of all of this the end like this treacherous snowy hike and then the bare setting. We're all very eager to make a beeline. The hotels hot tub on the roof and that was the first time you've ever had a white Russian wasn't Yeah Somehow. I've gone through my entire life without ever having one of these in their amazing I like I. Just don't get it. I mean I used to be my go-to you drink but then I I haven't had one in a while no well. They're they're rich. They're kind of have as I can't now. It sounds something having a regular basis but for this setting like after painfully cold. Hike when you're like just sitting and mending your wounds hot tub. It's it's really perfect and especially these ones were Bresso.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of where the magma locations for instance Jackson Hole Wyoming is to the south of Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Park double thing is called the the greater Yellowstone area and the thing that's problematic George's that the pressure that's building is a leading op so much of the geysers are obviously to chambers built a certain point they exhale and I'll go I monitor on on my flight from over Yellowstone at least a couple times a month and the good thing is is that I really spend a lot of time over the Norris hot springs area the Norris area because that's where the mag most closest to the surface there has been no magma that has broken the service there and by last what six hundred thirty thousand years isn't steam emanating from the your ground yeah this female Manet's from the tunnels underneath you know obvious the water and the main mess heating the steam and the steam is as heck spelled through the different dizer Vance and the difference out the more oldies and so what what it's like it's like a bunch of pressure relief valves okay and this is something that a lot of areas don't have mount Saint Helens for instance right now he is obviously it's a van being it's up to about fourteen hundred maybe by the the balls so to speak of the vertical column of magma that's moving towards the surface but we don't have any of that Yellowstone park what people see and Yellowstone is basically the headlines of what if and and what I'm telling people if you see an expert quoted looking up to see if they're even real because there are many times or not and the thing that is problematic to most people is that they think that well Hey why even bother it's all going to him but be for Yellowstone would erupt in the Hollywood style manner you'd have made ma breaking the service we are than different.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Can two three that loser Tom Brady is at it again he's whining that cheater because his son is in into sports yeah kind of sucks for Tom Brady though yeah it does any says he's had actually relied on his wife to figure out how do you how do you have a child that is in into what you are passionate about right and he is in his forties still playing in the NFL obviously he loves football any son doesn't have interest in it so we open up the phones to dads two seven seven five eight two seven how do you handle how do you handle it when your son is in into what you're into all it could be you know the job you do let's say you're a doctor you want your son to be a doctor is like not a what do that or you know you like this certain type of music can you you know you say Hey sons this music yeah this is AC DC right there like yeah it sucks that you know I can be better yeah hello right two seven seven KTAR dad's how do you handle it when your son isn't into what you're into our Ryan you're listening to the Katie our app in Oklahoma Hey Ryan the guard so you have a son and he's not into what you're into yeah he is dot or where I was growing up you know I are at war I was younger I took part one though boxing I did wrestling I did all I did baseball I was very active and my son I I'm trying to get them in the dark Wandle we went through a couple services he was not happy I tried I tried are are are not I kick boxing was not happy okay I tried to get in and and just to be activated about or what what yes to be active what is he like to do Walter out you like to play video games you too start yeah yeah yeah so how do you how do you parent or how do you bond with him if this stuff is really like you can't really do Wall some charges challenging you know arm the body part eight years it's hard to get him to be active because you just I mean I was a year low mark and you if you don't want to do it he's not going to do is write about are applied round of the fight you know we don't want us to do right right right right so the only way I can really bond with them is to do what you know what he's George Stewart so you're not out of plays a video game yeah or maybe go to Dave and busters yes you're going to get in there and start you know right right so busy is down next to him and watch you tube of tack cuando of anything right on you too bright yeah it's hard beat you know when I was a kid it one night when I did something stupid and got in trouble then my father and I would talk for a week he would take me to a hockey game and that's what he did what he usually what that meant we could start talking again and that was how we kind of bond it and you will enjoy the hot yeah I'm you enjoy watching sports sure and I like being there with my dad yeah but you know if you know you can use those bonding either the things the the you bond with to to make up yeah to to you know to to move past some type of issue and when you don't have that much in common with your son it's tough how do you handle when your son is in into what you're into two seven seven KTAR hi Jeff you're in Phoenix you've got a son what is he not into that you are well much like your first caller you know he is not into the outdoors sports or anything like that like I really enjoyed it as young man and very much like your first dollar it's the video games and you know I'm just gonna repeat what was said by your first caller I I've learned that if I sit with them and and get involved a little bit is game he's a little bit more apt to try but I do force him to go and do some things to expose and other things and you know it can be any ungreased thirteen so I I could still I still have a a leg up on him as far as making them do what I want to do right but I don't want to be a miserable experience more but he doesn't like going out so I mean just like if you were to go to I don't know like the Grand Teton National Park he wouldn't like being outside like that no we have a cabin in northern Arizona doesn't like going up there even though some of the amenities are absolutely gorgeous he doesn't like to go fishing with tried several times just like around anything takes me yeah I was gonna say take us that be great I'll go man that is tough when a I mean everything is SO centered around a phone and a video screen right now and we didn't have that growing up so how can we really as parents relate what we did we had a TV yes and I love what not everything you're right you're right but not everything was right there in the palm of your hand either you know so I it's tough it really is I mean if my if if my son if I can't bond with my son over something I mean that's that's got to be really hard because what what I fear is that thing you love most right raise is you know whether it be music or whether be going outside or do like right now he's really into swimming which is great I mean it's healthy form it also teaches them something but if it but but I'll be darned if he's gonna sit inside all day when he gets older you know I don't I'm sitting inside Tom Brady's bomb the sun doesn't like football we're asking you dads what do you try to get your son to do that you're interested in he don't want to do it all right J. urine Chandler what is your son not into that you are into Omar from the ground now and hi when I was a kid I played baseball the time I put a pad my here now with the high school college I even did a walk on one of our specialties and and the last day and pulled my hamstring okay for my kids before my cute or not I cannot I cannot let myself what I wanted and at my son well I married a woman that will live in Germany edit it okay I'm a lucky guy who might hear the nap six four six three okay yeah that they were playing baseball up until about thirteen years old I'm Dr involved over the bridge well now France where all wow that's rough wow because you're watching as a dad you're yeah do what you according to write or do better than what you could do when you were that a yeah and then they quit that's what I worry about my daughter my daughter is so good at certain things she doesn't understand how good she is the one that thinks I'm funnier than you yes there are some deficiencies in her personality but but she's so good at certain things I'm thinking to myself if you quit now who knows how good you could have been yeah but if they don't want to do I know I action the higher now I know yeah I know I mean I was good at anything so I mean just that I have a full time job in this life is is amazing I destroyed my I'll get that is not good is that you're not good at anything still not good at anything well play go to said that well I play I try to be nice then you went after me what you're dead to me thinking of that yeah how is that going to work let's play pop quiz thanks for all the phone calls so you guys who couldn't get in sorry about that but Tom Brady he's Bondeson doesn't like football poor baby okay a million dollars to like it if you like you know a million back at all or Jewish kid all right let's let's.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Slash two, fourteen scroll down will bet, and you'll see a link to all of those Allstate's pro harvest hosts and overnight RV parking. Mike, Scott news, RV news, triple news in the site information at trends that shape the RV lifestyle. Here's the RV use of the week officials that grand Teton national park. They turist who repeatedly fed fruit to a mother bear, and her cubs are responsible for her death. The bear which already showed boldness towards people was apparently repeatedly fed fruit from a car and early October. This led the bear to start approaching cars to make contact with people. Park officials feared it was only a matter of time before a person was hurt, so the bears were trapped. And when knows zoo or suitable facility could be found to take the mom. She was killed a facility in Michigan agreed to take the three cubs, the tourist who fed her were found and charged. The sad story is an important reminder that no matter how cute. Route wildlife needs to be kept wild for their safety, and ours is another sad story. At least two people washed their lives last week when the RV park that they were camping in along the south Yano river near junction Texas swelled some two feet after eleven and a half inches of rain fell in just a few hours and many RV's were literally swept away as of last weekend, at least two of the campers died. Three more were missing. Many of the survivors had heroin stories of waking to find their RV full of water. One woman held her dog clung to a tree for several hours before she was rescued by helicopter. We'll keep watching that story, but it's a reminder to stay aware of weather conditions, especially if you are in areas that are prone to flash floods. We are now halfway through October, and you know what. That means Halloween.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"No, you know, I live five minutes from the boundaries of grand Teton national park. And of course Yellowstone is right up the road from me as well. You know, I've got loosened by yard literally as we are speaking in that never gets old and it's always an incredible things. So we need to figure out how to protect our special places in the special things that we have at the same time that you know, we, we work with our economy moving forward. I know it's amazing. I, it's by the way if mating time. So not only are moose in the yard, but they're they're doing things as fun to watch, but really interesting. And you say you talk some about guns and public safety as an issue. And you know, of course, Wyoming has a very high rate of gun ownership and I know that guns are really important toying I'ts. So can you talk a little bit about that balance between, you know, having having the freedom to to own their guns and to use their guns for for things like hunting. But you know, at the same time wanting to maintain public safety. You bet. And why don't we have the highest rate of gun ownership in the country? Look, I grew up in New York state and we didn't own guns in my family. Not a lot of people gun in suburbia, suburban, New York City. But I've been here for thirty years and my kids hunting shoot. And you know, they've taken hunter safety and it's a, it's a way of life that year. It's cultural and it's different. I tell my friends that still live on the coast or in different places that there was a different culture here. And just because folks new things differently, doesn't mean that they're good or bad people necessarily because of that. But my view is pretty simple. I mean, we're pretty good, actually Wyoming responsible gun ownership. We don't have a lot of crime with firearms and we should take the lead and showing people that we can be responsible.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

08:23 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Which includes two. Premium. Pillows and two go. Anywhere pillows okay I'm gonna amid something I don't have, any of the go anywhere pillows yet, but I have to get it big When we were staying at this This cabin that my my brother Jonathan, had rented in Jackson. Hole Wyoming. And it was fantastic fantastic time it was my brother with three of his four kids and their spouses, and six of his seven grandchildren, and my, wife Diana and, I and our our oldest daughter Sarah are other to marry kids We're not able to join us but we're we're there and. It was so, great to see cousins and these are cousins who who live in and work and make their life and are raising kids in Israel and being in, this most beautiful I mean Wyoming is, an incredibly beautiful state. I have. Enjoyed every trip I've ever had to Wyoming and it's spectacular place and of course last time I had, been to grand Teton national park, was when, I was a, little kid with my parents and It it, just to be able with this whole crew of Medved's to be able to go on hikes to come up close On a hike on the Sabbath We were able to get within. About twenty feet, of a moose, and of course, because the Sabbath there's no, photographs and no one believes that. But there were four, of us it was my wife Diana and my sister in law Jane and my nephew Yossi who, is, great and in any event I I am sure that there are other people who have the same sense that I do this Monday when you come back from a brief family vacation when you get together with family people, and and it's, all, incredibly? Positive and you wonder well why why do we have so much time in between? When, we don't see each other well because we're, in different parts of the world but. It's it's such a great thing and of course you think about your parents and how proud they would be to see all these generations of people hanging out together and really enjoying each other's company Anyway Yes that colors my, impression then you come and he'd be. Boom now let me let me just explain something about this poll that I'm picking on. Here it's a Monmouth university polling, institute and I think Monmouth does a pretty good, job but what they don't do a good job on is the. Headline the headline for their whole poll is few say Trump hires best. People. Okay They they asked President Trump and, this is coming right off Omarosa right do you, think that President Trump was speaking accurately when he said I hire. Only the best people well of course you're going to pull badly on. That And. Does that help lead to the idea that fifty seven percent think that our country is on the? Wrong, track where are we pointed in the wrong direction There may be individual American lives and? Families who were pointed in the wrong direction But We choose to some extent the direction that we're going to. Go now I'm not saying that everybody has the same. Advantages of, course that's not. True there are people who faced for Mendes. Obstacles got. It I know, that but it's America and what the country is about is overcoming those obstacles more on that a little bit. Later let me go to fail in, Philadelphia, Greg there's no phone, here Wait a minute I'm about to punch the. Button to get to the phone okay, Greg, press line one please This this is, bad Okay was being? Vacations a Jeremy Steiner pride of Hillsdale, College is on vacation and so I'm about. To reach out again this is one of the reasons you very good thing that we do not have, cameras in this studio and we're. Broadcasting here I am I'm getting. Ready to the infection now we're going to go, to Fay in Philadelphia Faye. You're on the Michael Medved Show are you on No Are you? There No Okay the phones were not working as well as they could be slight try another, one, Greg Brenda in, Houston, Brenda are you? There Okay we will, get, the phones fixed, up, don't hang up Phone callers please We will. Get the edge it ear at here to get. The phones working this is maybe this is why America's on. The wrong track, Greg is, big Jerry, vacation and we we have all these interesting phone calls in Carmen's, processing the calls and and then we, find the phone shall we, try it, again No okay, we will get this working Meanwhile this brings, us. Back to the insanity of Of Andrew Cuomo and. His claim, that America has never been that great and He He went on to, say I want to be very. Clear this is his apology or as clarification if you. Will I want to be, very clear of course America's great. And of course America's always been great. He says but Komo's appraisal of the nation was somewhat. Different. Wednesday, when speaking in a Manhattan. Bill. Signing, he critiqued Republican President Donald Trump and his slogan make America great again we're. Not, gonna make America, great again it was. Never that great Cuomo told the audience. Which reacted? With gas laughter yeah. On, the. Left they think it's funny let's, go to try to. Go to is it okay Faye in. Philadelphia Hello, Faye Hey you're on. This is a miracle this is wonderful. It is yes good thank you. Go, ahead All right what I. Want to say is maybe the question is worded wrong because is America going in the wrong direction I think Trump is going. In the. Right direction America's going in the wrong direction in that we. Have too, much political correctness we're having we can't get the legislation through that. We want for immigration you know there's all of these negative the. Kids today are or too Wimpy they're used to, getting everything they want the colleges or to liberal so the. Country is going in a terrible direction but. Trump, is, trying to get it in, the right direction so I think the question is worded poorly well again, the the actual question is would you say things in the country are going in the right direction or have they gotten off on the wrong track and, the things that you're, saying, that you. Consider to be examples. Of going off. On the. Wrong. Track. Like the. Political correctness And the very very big left-wing bent in colleges that that actually has been going on for a long time. And even. In that regard there's some optimism developments there's one that I. Didn't talk, about last week but is very important actually is that you may. Remember that at Yale there was this husband and wife team Erica. NNcholas Christo Casse who were busted because they had, suggested that people should be able to wear whatever Halloween costume. They wanted yell university and professor Chris dacas. Just, got, awarded he's become a sterling, professor which is the highest rank of endowed professor you can come and this is clearly Yale saying to the extreme left that wanted to get the guy fired forget about it we believe at least.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Michael Medved Show. Another great, day and other great week in fact in. This greatest nation on God's green earth I. Hope everybody out there enjoyed this one the last weekends in the summer as much as I did. Mine I can tell you about that I actually was in Wyoming for much of the weekend with, a family reunion in Jackson Hole, Wyoming which is absolutely splendid and beautiful and we were. Very close, to grand Teton national park but no I do not consider that to be an example of democratic socialism Uh-huh Cossio Cortez Alexandria Cossio Cortez does apparently think that national parks belong to, the democratic socialists and she talked about enjoying her democratic socialist weekend what does. That look like we will get to that on the Michael Medved Show. We will, also talk about ace new survey of dating. Sites that probably has some dispiriting news at. Least for the female half the population on the dating sites apparently, men don't reach their peak of. Desirability until age fifty whereas women reach their peak of desirability at age eighteen is that real is, it fair is it significant we, will get to that we'll also be speaking a little. Bit later, in this radio show with Stephen Moore one of the top economic Advisors even though he doesn't formerly worked for the White House he is one of the. People who helped to shape? The tax reform plan a Stephen is going to be. Coming into studio and speaking with us later today about what the president and the congress can do to build on the successes of the economy so far in. The Trump administration one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy. Six our phone number and yes there have been some. Real successes in? The Trump administration? And yet there? Is a new poll that. Shows that the number of people who think that America is headed on the wrong, track has gone up again We are now now it's. Very peculiar when you look at this but by an overwhelming margin by twenty two points Americans think we're on the wrong track rather than the right direction If you have some thoughts about that if you're one of those people is fifty seven percent fifty seven to thirty. Five twenty two. Point, bald and what's interesting about this is that, the president's approval for his job as president is much higher than the people who think we're on the right track And okay that's good news for President Trump at this wrong track thing it seems to me I would love to hear. And I would invite your calls if you believe that we are headed in the wrong track. We're headed in the wrong direction at a time when the youth unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in least fifty. Years when we have all. Time records. For low unemployment for blacks for Hispanics for young people the the economy is roaring it's booming. The market last I checked was, up again today and basically you're full of economic good news. It seems almost everywhere What is it about America that is wrong track now I understand. People are going to say well if you turn on cable news all you hear about in. All of the cable news networks as some aspect of this culture of scandal it's either the president has colluded with the. Russians and he's the most. Corrupt he's. The most incompetent he's the most evil it's all basically arguing about Trump's personality and I don't. Wanna play that game I mean, I think that game is destructive for the country wouldn't it be more sensible to do what we're going, to be doing later this show with Stephen Moore is figure out what it. Is that has worked. So far for the. All important American economy and it's all important in terms of national security too And okay I know big big story I was out on my day off and by the way thanks very much to Mark Davis for doing, a fine job and guest hosting the show while? I was with my family on the on this family reunion thing, we were doing in in Wyoming but the point about this is that if you. Take a, look at the the actual progress that has been made and you take away the questions about Trump's. Personality where, is it that we're in the wrong track it. Is a national security issue because even with the economy booming one of the results of that is that you can afford an increased military expenditure and yes I believe the president did the right thing, to cancel the great big parade that he had talked About no I don't think the president was. Right to blame the local officials in DC It was a bad idea, kind of to begin with and it would not have been worth, one hundred million dollars and I don't think we have. To. Lament, or jumped with joy either one about the cancellation of the big military parade okay meanwhile what exactly would explain this right track wrong track and what would explain with all of the negative publicity, that has been surrounding President Trump. His, approval rating has remained just about steady with very very little change all year January, forty two percent March thirty nine percent April thirty? One percent June forty three percent August forty-three percent now that is the kind of approval rating frankly that Obama had leading into his first midterm, election and that probably signals A very likely or at. Least plausible reelection for the president of the United, States, one, eight hundred nine five, five seventeen seventy six. Is the disapproval of. The track of the, direction that, America's going this. Sense that we are still on the wrong, track, and overwhelmingly people believe that and it's all virtual many many many different Constituent groups though most Republicans of course do not share the sense that we're on the wrong track but it does some of that get, reflected in the kind of panel discussion you have on MSNBC, where? Michelle Goldberg columnist for the New York. Times even goes so far as to deny. That President Trump is leader of the free world and to, suggest he would like to murder people at will the conversation on MSNBC sounded like. This is the most, vocal, president at least in real time that we've had in recent memory right he's the leader. Of the free world he's not the leader of the. Free world but sorry by default as the leader, of, the, free world Well he he is the most important person in in the world in politics right now and he is very vocal and I do agree with you that this does express, a level of exasperation among his aides that they can't have, any? Control over your yeah go ahead I'm. Sorry your argument that is not the leader. Of the free world, because he's not standing up for democracy He's a sort of junior player in a block of. Authoritarian, country and. Then people, like the European Union are no longer looking at him as a leader any longer and I think Right they see he's instead he's like right he's. Part of a block that includes Vladimir Putin territory he's he's kind of part of a he's kind. Of an accent However it's worse than certain way not, that that's this is John This about the worst. Thing you could say that but Murdering them without any you know young, processor To Okay what they're talking? About big compared into the president of the Philippines do territory who does murder people with no due process at, all and then do is a different kind of. Politician, he he makes Trump look extremely restrained and, modest do even called God and. SOB and, really I think you're testing your popularity in a Catholic country when you're specifically attacking God But we haven't. Quite had that from President Trump but all of this goes to. A real fear about the the Democratic Left. Which is that all of it and your sense of where the country's going and are we headed in the. Right tracker we headed in the wrong track is. It all just based upon President Trump's? Personality one eight hundred nine five, five seventeen seventy six our phone number the and this also goes to the now famous it. Should. Be. Scribe on tablets of. Stone America's never been that great comment by Andrew Cuomo which he is issued the worst possible apology for we, will I get to that and more with your. Calls, why is America on the wrong track if, you believe that we are we'll. Take your, calls on that and more coming.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Another great day and other great weekend fact in this greatest nation on. God's green earth I hope everybody out there enjoyed this one of the last weekends in the summer as much as, I did mine I can tell. You about that I actually was in Wyoming for much of the weekend with a family reunion in, Jackson Hole Wyoming which is absolutely, splendid and beautiful and we were very close to grand. Teton national, park but no I do not consider that to be an example of democratic socialism Uh-huh Cossio Cortez Alexandria Cossio Cortez does apparently think that national parks belong, to the democratic socialists and she talked about enjoying her democratic socialist weekend what does. That look like we will get to that on the Michael Medved Show we will also talk about as new survey of. Dating sites that probably has some dispiriting news at least for the female half the population on the dating sites apparently, men don't reach their peak of. Desireability until age fifty whereas women reach their peak of desirability at age eighteen is that real is, it fair is it significant we, will get to that we'll also be speaking a little. Bit later, in this radio show with Stephen Moore one of the top economic Advisors even though he doesn't formerly worked for the White House he is one of the people. Who helped to shape the? Tax reform plan a Stephen is going to be coming. Into studio and speaking with us a later today about what the president and the congress can do to build on the successes of the economy so far in. The Trump administration one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy. Six our phone number and yes there have been some. Real successes in? The Trump administration? And yet there? Is a new poll that. Shows that the number of people who think that America is headed on the wrong, track has gone up again We are now now it's. Very peculiar when you look at this but by an overwhelming margin by twenty two points Americans think we're on the wrong track rather than the right direction If you have some thoughts about that if you're one. Of, those people's fifty seven percent fifty seven to, thirty five twenty two point bald and what's interesting about this is that the president's approval for his job as president Is much higher than, the people who think we're on the right track and okay. That's good news for President Trump at this wrong track thing it seems to me I would love to hear and I would invite your calls if you believe that. We, are headed in the wrong track we're headed in the wrong. Direction at a time When the youth unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in at least fifty years when we have all. Time records for low unemployment for blacks for Hispanics For young people the the economy is roaring it's booming the market last I checked was up again today And basically? You're full of economic good news it seems, almost, everywhere what is it about America, that is wrong track now I understand people are going to say well if you turn on cable news, all you hear about in all of the cable news networks as some aspect. Of this culture of. Scandal it's either the. President has colluded with the Russians and, he's the most corrupt he's the most incompetent he's the. Most evil it's all basically. Arguing about. Trump's personality and I don't wanna play that game I mean I think that game is destructive for the country wouldn't it be more sensible to do what. We're going to be doing later this show with Stephen Moore is figure out what it is that has worked so far for the all important American economy and it's, all important in terms of national security to and? Okay I know big big story I was out on my day. Off and by the. Way thanks very much to Mark Davis for doing? A fine job and guest hosting the show, while, I was with my family on, the on this family reunion thing we were doing in in Wyoming but the point about this is that, if you take a look at the the actual progress that has been made. And you take away. The questions about Trump's. Personality where is it that we're in the wrong track it is a national Security issue because even with the economy booming one of the results of that is that you. Can afford an increased military expenditure and yes I believe the president did the right thing to cancel the great big parade that he had talked about and no I, don't think the president was right to blame the? Local officials in DC It was a bad idea kind of to begin with and it would not have been worth one hundred million, dollars and I don't think we have to lament or jumped with joy, either one about the cancellation of the big military parade okay meanwhile what exactly would. Explain this, right track wrong track and what would explain with all. Of the negative publicity that has been surrounding President Trump his, approval rating has remained just about steady with very very little change all year January, forty two percent March thirty nine percent April thirty? One percent June forty three percent August forty-three percent now that is the kind of approval rating frankly that Obama had leading into his first midterm, election and that probably signals A very likely or at. Least plausible reelection for the president of the United States, one, eight hundred nine five, five. Seventeen seventy, six is, the disapproval of the track of the direction that America's going, this sense that we are still on the wrong track and overwhelmingly people believe that and it's all virtual many many many different constituent groups though most Republicans of course do not share the sense that we're on the wrong track but it does some of that get reflected in the kind of panel discussion you have on MSNBC where Michelle Goldberg columnist for the New, York Times even goes so far, as to, deny that, President Trump, is leader. Of the free world, and to, suggest he would. Like to murder people at will the conversation, on, MSNBC sounded like this is the most vocal president at least in rural Time that we've had in recent memory right he is the leader of the free were no he's not the leader of the free world but sorry by default is the leader of the, world uncle Michael Slater Well he he is the most important person. In, in the. World in, politics right now and he is very vocal and I do agree with you that this does express a level of exasperation, among? His aides that they can't have any control, over, your yeah go ahead I'm sorry your argument. That is not leader of the free world because he's not, a democracy He's a sort of junior player in a block of authoritarian country and the. People, like the. European Union, are no longer looking at him as a leader any longer and I think you Right they see he's instead he's like right he's part of a block that includes Latimer Putin's territory he's you know he's kind of part of a he's. Kind of an accident Hold on It's worse than. Certain way not that that's this. Is John this is about the worst thing you could say. About him But Murdering them without any young, processor Okay what they're talking about big they compared into the president of the Philippines do territory who does murder people, with no due process at all and then do. Is, a different kind of politician he he makes. Trump look extremely restrained and modest do. Turkey even, called God and SOB and really I think you're testing your popularity in a Catholic, country when you're specifically attacking God But and we. Haven't quite had that from President Trump but all of this goes. To a real fear about the the Democratic. Left which is that all of it and your sense of where the country is going and are we headed in the right tracker we headed in the. Wrong track is it all just based? Upon President Trump's personality one eight, hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six our phone number the and this also goes to the. Now. Famous. It should be prescribed on. Tablets of stone America's never been that great comment by Andrew Cuomo which he has issued the worst possible apology, for we will get to that and more with. Your calls why is America on the wrong track. If you believe that we are we'll. Take your, calls on that and more coming up on the Medved show one eight.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Gives you dude ranch experience and, so all inclusive means we have your housing really need. Cabins there very well pointed we have three meals, a day and we have all the. Horseback riding you could. Want we have a few other, activities that we do but it's it's a great family vacation we're doing something right we have about a eighty eight five. Percent return rate and every year we have, new people that, bring their grandchildren and and, it just keeps on. Going we've been in business for about seventy years Jackson. Hole Wyoming and let's about an hour south of Yellowstone park we're right on the southern. Boundary at grand Teton national Park so we we we couldn't have asked for a better locations so you show up at the ranch. And we take care of everything for you, only thing you, have to think about is, when he's up in. The morning for meal wanted to show up horseback ride Great time for people do laugh I. Live alone and rarely have visitors so when I slipped and fell in the kitchen last month, and couldn't get to a phone. I knew I was in trouble I could barely move I, tried calling for. Help but no one could hear me. As I lay there I couldn't help but think of my kids and grandkids having to go, on without me I was terrified It took eight hours from my neighbor..

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Man in Yellowstone bison video arrested on wildlife harassment charge

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Man in Yellowstone bison video arrested on wildlife harassment charge

"It's a new podcast called start here where our experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day. We're going to give you some context, some clarity among the chaos, twenty minutes every weekday subscribe. Now on apple podcast. Over ever. You get your podcasts and start here. Back now with the scary standoff with a wild animal in Yellowstone, National Park, the man who's lucky he wasn't injured when the animal charged now facing charges in court. Here's ABC's Clayton Sandell this bison bathing video. The latest example of a wildlife encounter gone wrong. Oh, no, no, no, no, no. But the man in a row taunting this giant Yellowstone bison soon found himself in handcuffs. Fifty five year old Raymond Ronchi arrested last night. This now viral video joining a long list of Rockies legal troubles. His multiple run ins with Rangers started July twenty eighth at grand Teton, national park, busted for allegedly being drunk and disorderly. Then in Yellowstone, Tuesday, Ranki was cited for intoxication and harassing wildlife. Then he was on to glacier. But when thirty saw this video warrant was issued for his arrest. Wild animals are of course, wild and experts warned getting too close could kill you. Easer not Elsie the tau. This is a wild animal that fights for Gresham fight for territory. Last night Rangers at glacier. National park caught up with Ranki. He is still in custody facing several charges, including disturbing wildlife. He has not entered a plea, Tom, an allege well trip through Yellowstone for him. All right, Clayton. Thank you time. Now for the index and Harvey Weinstein's new legal play to throw out to indictments against.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Safety Brian Bedrosian gets ready, to shoot a deer he loads, just one bullet into the magazine even though it can hold. Four I'm going to kill the steer with killed his one shot We were laughing because the. White tail deer was already dead before Brian shot at this we'll see if I'm a good shot in a car hit the day before, the corpse from, the highway. Cleanup crew we hauled it out here we set it up on a log and shot it. With a lead bullet all. Understand the impact of lead bullets on wildlife. Entry wounds always small friends a hunter he's, also a bird biologist wait news, at the bullet hole that big rift under the left's so There In the physics of bullets is good to understand, here and it's fascinating when a lead bullet hits a deer or an elk or any, game it's shape immediately starts to change into the bullet. Hits and when it hits the front of the bullets starts to. Mushroom, collapsed, backs either collapses back are kinda peels back Just depending on the. Type of bullets are using but yeah, so the whole front half, of the bullet will essentially when I if you. Pulled it out it would look like a mushroom studies using x rays have found that, lead fragments can travel through an. Animal's muscle and guts, to more than a foot away from the bullet hole that's because as a lead bullet releases, its energy inside the animal it can break into fragments as small as dust you could see a little bit. Of the blood came out here after shooting an animal many hunters just take the meat they want with them leaving piles of potentially lead tainted guts for eagles. And other wildlife to munch on the smaller the particle the more dangerous it is because, the smaller it is the easier it is to pass. Through that I just have system that Assad's eat it up quick. And it, gets fully assimilated into the birds system Our next stop is the raptor rehabilitation center. That Brian runs just south of grand Teton national park so here on the left is the raptor center The center is in a soaring old gothic style barn in. A.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on Popcast

"The the cracks and crevices of this album and the fact that it was so short and lends itself to you know you can listen to basically almost three times in an hour really lets you digest everything you're hearing whereas an album like my beautiful doctors fantasy or even public which has a bit of the the roughness the sloppiness of of yay is still extremely long and this i felt like even if you didn't like it it wasn't offensive to have to go through it and then the more chances you gave it maybe the the more at least i was able to forgive what i saw as sort of the the down moments or the or the off notes did you have did you have that experience to thoughts on that so first job as you know when we spoke yesterday you know i drove through yellowstone national park and grand teton national park yesterday so they longtime in a car with no cell phone service so what i did for a lot of that time was listening to this album on her feet and because repeated quite a few times and to me that's actually a recipe for use as a recipe for potentially forgiving for me it's a recipe from tensely accentuating flaws because if i'm trapped in a car with you and you've done something bad you've done something wrong on the record i'm gonna change the record i'm gonna i'm gonna put somebody else on i'm going to fast forward i'm gonna i'm gonna find a way to not be trapped and i didn't find that happening with this record i'm not saying there's no flaws on it i'm not saying there aren't moments that aren't unpolished but i i began to really feel the emotional arc of the record and i i know when we were talking earlier i said you know to me like the lyrics are maybe better than the music on this record but jimmy it's like the feelings are the real thing and then the then that's expressed through the lyrics and then as expressed to the music that's that's how it was affected me after listening to it all bunch of times that's one thing here's the second thing.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on The Modern West

The Modern West

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on The Modern West

"The main lodge guest cabins sit scattered along the edge of grassy meadow we're wildlife still freely roam at the foot of the teton mountains homestead in nineteen thirteen white grass capitalized on this magnificent setting so which inc from raising cattle to entertaining dudes or those from outside the west which was more profitable katherine wants in is the director of the western center for historic preservation now based at white grass she says it will now be a model training ground where people can come learn how to do the same kind of restoration for other historic properties throughout the west and we're really the only center doing this on what we call traditionally built resources so things like log cabins are range of so large we work from alaska down to hawaii would ships flies volunteer jack schinkel uses an axe and chisel to carve saddle shaped notch into a log all these caverns will most all of them used the round notch in the corners and this is how they made the nauseous fit it's just the kind of skill that will be taught here once says white grass's resurrection marxist symbolic shift away from park service policies of the nineteen eighties nineties the favored letting buildings decay to restore natural landscapes so this has been a total shift in perk service management not just in this park but in a lot of large western quote unquote natural parks to really bring cultural resources to an equal footing with the natural resources grand teton national park superintendent david villa agrees i don't frankly by the notion that we have historical parks and just and natural parks we have resource rich parks that have cultural values and natural values.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"What you said early arrived to your destination early if you can hear how earlier you'd are you talking about like days or day or hours well it's difficult to arrive days early now because a virtually every hotel is booked along the clips we're going to be some uh some distance away from the from the clips we're gonna have to start early the clips as a maximum in south carolina bet to thirty so i figure if we get off at eight in the morning the gives us about six hours to get there that may or may not be enough time with his have to do the best we can uh it it just where we could where i'm staying with relatives said okay um but a lot of people i know have their hotel rooms booked in the at underneath the eclipse so they can to step outside a watch it yeah that's the only i wish i planned ahead there that would have been nice just get a nice like resort or something in by the pool watched the eclipse go by act critical actually what i had originally planned i've been i've been planning for this eclipse since i was in graduate school many many years ago when i notice that it would actually go through grip grand teton national park and i thought that's what i'll do go to the grand tetons to see the eclipse but it turns out the weather is not so it's the higher probability of clouds there so i i backed away from the good luck to those of you that the the tetons but that would be a beautiful photograph actually think clips over the grin absolutely let's keep our fingers crossed for that good weather oil across the board hopefully clear all across the united states and everybody will be able to enjoy the clips that would be fantastic well i think that's all the time we have unless you have one more story but anything.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"What you said early arrived to your destination early if you can hear how earlier you'd are you talking about like days or day or hours well it's difficult to arrive days early now because a virtually every hotel is booked along the clips we're going to be some uh some distance away from the from the clips we're gonna have to start early the clips as a maximum in south carolina bet to thirty so i figure if we get off at eight in the morning the gives us about six hours to get there that may or may not be enough time with his have to do the best we can uh it it just where we could where i'm staying with relatives said okay um but a lot of people i know have their hotel rooms booked in the at underneath the eclipse so they can to step outside a watch it yeah that's the only i wish i planned ahead there that would have been nice just get a nice like resort or something in by the pool watched the eclipse go by act critical actually what i had originally planned i've been i've been planning for this eclipse since i was in graduate school many many years ago when i notice that it would actually go through grip grand teton national park and i thought that's what i'll do go to the grand tetons to see the eclipse but it turns out the weather is not so it's the higher probability of clouds there so i i backed away from the good luck to those of you that the the tetons but that would be a beautiful photograph actually think clips over the grin absolutely let's keep our fingers crossed for that good weather oil across the board hopefully clear all across the united states and everybody will be able to enjoy the clips that would be fantastic well i think that's all the time we have unless you have one more story but anything.

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"grand teton national park" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"grand teton national park" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The backyard barbecue or you say cocktail parties yeah everybody loves to brag rock owen love to tell you about losers they've picked in the stock market or their gambling losses they had when they went to vegas the same way in their own personal portfolio jio there are going to tell you about the winners but not how they got counteractive all the losers but their winners may not have really been winners they may just be telling you a fabricated story about what actually happened so my my son and i in genie and a couple of friends got the spent the last weekend of jackson hole wyoming and we had it just an incredible time matter of fact we actually got to spend some time with harrison ford someone to share some wisdom here later on in the show about what harrison ford had to say by the way he did tell us yesterday that they're coming out with another indiana jones movie really those you that lovely finishing out bladerunner right now but what which you see on the screen is who you get impersonal which is always fun to experience but i'm gonna be bringing you some harrison ford ford wisdom later on here on the show by the way i hope i look half as good at seventy five this guy's really amazingly 75 now 75 yes five kids rain from fifty two sixteen a range valorea but anyway we were there the whole weekend ahead of driver a bunch of hiking in the grand teton national park and so monty was his name he's always listening to me on the phone dion i'm talking to.

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