22 Burst results for "Lake Huron"
"lake huron" Discussed on WJR 760
"For a limited amount of time we will have her. Marie. I didn't get to hear everything running around doing all that I do during the little break there, but Is there a lot of snow on the way Here are people guessing that I'm not so sure about snow totals. We were discussing that? Yes, our last night, But I do know we are headed for a very big cold snap Very big, cold snap coming this weekend. And we do have the possibility of snow, but I think there's I don't think we're looking at a huge amount of snow. It's the cold that we're really looking out for how cold Will it be? I mean, we're looking at single digits. Yeah, and and for a few and first several days, So, uh, you know, it's it's likely that we're going to, you know, not be putting away any of the Cold stuff. You know the gear for for a while here. I have to tell you that I never was a big fan. Of face masks for the cold. You know, you would see people that would be wearing these this face gear for lack of a better term. I'm not talking face masks for help. I'm talking about Keep you warm. I never was a big fan until I've gone out with my face mask on and say. Wow. This really does keep you warmer. It does keep you warmer. And it makes. Yeah, I took a walk yesterday. And when I came home, I really felt that cold air in my lungs. So, yeah, it really does help. And you know you were mentioning about the weather that's coming. We also should mention there is a flood flood warning that continues until 10 o'clock this morning for the ST Clair River. Between alga neck of the mouth of Lake Huron. They are seeing severe flooding in several areas in that alga neck area, So it's it's again. We're dealing with that serious problem. Another heads up there. Don't you just love the idea of these This patent pending clear in 95 face mask. I mean, first of all, it takes care of a lot of problems. First of all, 10 95, which is the only mask we should all be wearing. But in the meantime two masks of what we've been saying for a while. But it first waltz in 95. We should be swimming in those and Ford's doing what they can to help. But secondly, that we can see each other's faces,.
"lake huron" Discussed on Switch4Good
"Then do. So of course, without any visible compass sextant chronometer or chart. And the chapter starts out to say that. On a foggy night. In tabor, Mauri Antero in May two, thousand, sixteen police responded to a distress call from a woman who had accidentally driven her Toyota into Lake Huron. After dutifully following directions from her GPS. She had taken a fateful turn onto a dock before plummeting into the murky waters below. Yes, she escaped unharmed. A cursory? Google. Search displays countless stories of navigation Lee challenged drivers blindly following their GPS onto train platforms into oceans down cliffs into golf course, sand traps, even through living rooms where it's just like stupid now. But I am very, very, very directionally challenged. So I can relate to that I just only hope that I would look up before I drove myself into the ocean because the GPS. GPS said, take a right turn right here. But after that bit on humans and their brilliant you goes into stories of a couple of different animals and their extraordinary navigational skills that they have while not using GPS and my very favorite was is the story on the tiny Arctic tern they. They sound like they are just minute I. Don't know if there is more announces. So? Yes. So they're that tiny think of that tiny. So they dart zigzag more than forty, four, thousand miles between Greenland and Arctic each and every year. There you go. While the four ounce birds path might seem inefficient zigzagging. Right? They hopscotch from continent to continent following precise air currents. So they never have to fly into the wind and is a psych I can appreciate that. But as a human idiot, I went into the I've always going into the wind never figuring. Kirk, and.
Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
From self-isolation to cancelled tours: Artists feeling the impact of COVID-19
"Started on March fifth and was supposed to wrap up on April twenty fifth a tour with stops in thirty one cities to promote their latest album warrior down but after only a couple of shows whoops oh climbed back in the van and headed Home Frontman Adam. Sturgeon joins me from self isolation in Sarnia Ontario. Hello Adam I hurry good So tell me where were you when you made the call to head home? We were in New York City. One of the epicenter stop so a little bit of risk taking their I suppose but Things seem to unfold very quickly once we were there. We decided that the best case scenario was to get back over the border Go to our sort of personal isolation stones and and just Take all the necessary precautions and in exactly. Where are you right now? I'm just starting On Lake Huron in a small place called camel lackey. And why are you there? Well Ah bandmate family was in a similar position to ours so we were able to kind of sell play slate together Because I have a toddler at home there was a lot of different concerns between day-care and trust so I'm not able to get home to my family just yet Better safe than sorry. How long are you going to be in self-isolation We'll we'll do this for For the recommended two weeks and must be very difficult for you. It's challenging of course but as long as the the Wifi signal which is just on the purchase is okay. We'll be able to facetime. I feel for my partner at home. Because the we've got a real wild child going crazy playing basketball and pulling things off the wall. I have really great support and I'm really thankful for her right now to now. There's a lot of effort that goes into planning tour rehearsing getting ready booking time off How did you feel when those cancellations started to add up? Well if you can understand it is disappointing. Of course in this was One of our bigger for a One of our larger tours and our first tour the US which we've been working towards for several years and we really waited and took our time trying to make sure that we were GonNa go on the best possible tour that we could All that said there there are much more important things in life such as our health and wellbeing. And we're all really levelheaded about it and we know that I will make all the necessary changes to to to make sure that when we can't get back on the road we'll do so in a good way so You know we're we're pretty okay with things come now. We're talking about the financial impact of cancelled tour dates and unsold merchandise and all of the stuff The two places bands make most of their money. What does this cancelled tour mean for your band financially? Well I think for the for the band were we're in an okay place? No huge losses But of course the implications trickled down. So Uh for you know we feel for the booking agents who maybe you're losing wages No we have to pay off the pay off a record a little bit and so You know the loss fails to do have back on us but What is more challenging for artists in our positions are making Making light of our personal lives so the types of jobs that we have outside of our music careers In in most all of us do have to have dogs inside of Music. Those are where the struggles become palpable. And so the lost wages here are Are Challenging again. We're you know we're dealing.
"lake huron" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Over Lake Superior then track over Lake Huron and eventually over Lake Ontario when the wind direction sets up in this manner over the lakes the snow fall rates downwind of Lake Ontario can at times exceeded three inches per hour so along with the extreme snowfall rates will probably die be dealing with some snow thunder snow in some of these snow bands these extreme rates will target the tug hill plateau region of New York state situated east of Lake Ontario at about eighty miles north of Syracuse say fifty miles south of Watertown from Thursday afternoon into early Saturday that's a that's an extended period of time during which upwards of five feet could fall the last time the tug hill plateau picked up more than two feet of lake effect snow was back on January twenty ninth in the February second of last year it's been relatively quiet for lake effect snows this winter now along with the heavy snow the winds will be creating snow drifts that could actually berry any car that stuck out in the snow even though the heaviest snow will target the tug hill plateau residents in the Syracuse area will have their fair share of snow from late week into this weekend all right travel become extremely happy and I mean impossible across portions of I. eighty one and I. ninety near Lake Erie and Lake Ontario for the last half of the week here the snow amounts may not be quite as impressive as the tug hill plateau but the ski country of the mountain south of buffalo you will deal with some impressive snowfall from this event snowfall totals about a foot across the high terrain of western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania between Thursday and Saturday it looks like the snow will begin to taper off Saturday night into Sunday as a high pressure system will bring along some dry and more settled conditions to the region but you have it's not ugly yet it's going to get ugly it's a pretty dynamic storm is they're describing that that's coming together meanwhile out west well how about that record challenging high temperatures are possible today and maybe Friday from San Francisco and Sacramento to Fresno Los Angeles and San Diego Los Angeles and the surrounding communities will will have temperatures well into the eighties with that offshore breeze like a Santa Ana kind of event the offshore Wimbledon help keep any coastal low clouds away and out to sea and that's going to allow things to really warm up well above average now the area of high pressure over the Great Basin begins to track east by Friday and that should bring an end to those guts gusty offshore winds and then we'll begin to watch for next storm system may be coming in off the Pacific by sometime this weekend in southern California it'll bring some cooler air back in from the Pacific so elsewhere around the country it's not too much going on to get a little bit of snow tonight out into parts of central and eastern Montana A. B. more the higher elevations the lower elevation see a little bit of wind aside from that not much going on radar pretty quiet for most of the country it's all up into the eastern portions of the from the Tennessee valley to the Great Lakes in the northeast that is under fire all right look at some of our industry headlines coming up here is we'll work our way into a Thursday hope your weeks going well around the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five things getting uglier by the day with the corona virus all the latest in there's a lot to cover there as well things I mean it's a very fluid situation but rapidly changing.
"lake huron" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Is a beautiful place right when you say Kerr was I would say I mean it's really gorgeous it's on Lake Huron and it's it's such a laid back summer kind of place that I mean even the birds are laid back I just saw a female mallard gonna crop top really so it's that kind of place just realize surprise you didn't ask if it needed a ride well speaking of with its stroke corner no joke you're telling me about anyway I would lead a gentleman I would not tell over this joker earlier because he wanted me to he wanted me to react spontaneously with the joy that he knew I was going to feel just like I used it to that crop top yeah that was that was a good idea to ban it in fact maybe if the mallard was in the field was in a Oakfield and it was a crop top with their been funnier because does the crop is a crop uhhuh yeah okay yeah that's funny yeah or on a silo the silo yeah well that could be funny sorry I want to have you take your mind back in time okay go far to to last year when I told a very good deal a whole others joke all the only enjoy all of this and it wasn't really is supposed to be a joke it was the mind Bender in the mind Bender course I'm actually joke today but the mind Bender was that Napoleon met his Waterloo at Waterloo yeah and all yeah and then there was another one about the late great Irish vocalist Richard Harris and this is kind of a fun fact too and this was that Richard Harris he had himself he got himself into a real Donnybrook at Donnybrook this is this is more of a story what are you yeah okay that isn't it though because you told me that when earlier right yeah so I don't quite remember it but again I'm just reminding you of jokes pass got lot of postcards from our listeners I use this next joke the real high over the same kind of like that yeah like all of them but this is everyone's anxious to hear this is a little longer this is about showing Terry join Terry are two guys who live in Mali in West Africa you with me so far I'm just Chillin okay so join Terry live in Mali West Africa enjoys say into Terry cheese I got to spend the weekend at my granny's house okay which one said this Joe Joe and Terry said what's wrong don't you love your granny and Joe says of course I love my granny but she lives out in the country your notes were all here in Mali in West Africa and the problem I love my granny but she doesn't have wifi is it any internet service and she doesn't have cable TV that's crazy where could she live not to have that and Joe says I don't know how to Timbuktu somewhere or if what so that brings us to maybe we should down chilled until at cable I'm just earning today with you can see why I wasn't laughing last night as I was a plain bad and let's have a little motel corner because we had photography corner yesterday and you know we open it up to listeners should be photographers corner or photography corner and I did get an email from new listener Christina and she said dear Bob please stop mentioning my name on your show O. okay O. okay well that's easy now okay that's all that so motel corner and you want to mention something about the amenities that were provided well it is I was surprised at the level of Sir of love amenity that you receive the for example the little bar of the buyer of hand soap you know you get those at a hotel there generally kind of small in there you know are all motels this is a motel corners are what is called yeah this is the local coroner this is a regular feature okay so in the motel not the hotel and I opened up the little pack of soul in this pack of soap was actually the size of a quarter yeah I would look like I guess the old fashioned straight razor blades that's a good comparison to good yeah yeah if any of our folks listening to the show are thinking of slashing their wrists right now it was about the size right regular racing yeah yeah and seem to be some people around that are objecting I don't know I just thought I heard some wildlife bursting through the bushes to try and stop us I'm think I'm answered here laughter all over the place I think the joke is that on July role already it has it has a mint mosquito bit me in its transmitting a joke all over the park yeah and also I noticed as far as those amenities that you know so little sign on the sink that it said if you forgot to pack some lawyers say like a tooth pressure some item it's has come to the front desk for complementary item so I came to the front desk and I yes I forgot my toothbrush in the woman said for you're looking good today yeah that's the yeah totally that's another joke that I did not know was coming to that was a good one too what's going to happen is this something to Orioles over there it had that far away bird look all of us everything else just everything else we need to light and then it's down to speaking of which down to business now next Saturday we're going to be at the graph nature center and we're given a talk on feather brain my new book feather brained further brain and that's my new memoir about how I learned to become a bird or Mike bumbling quest to become a burger and find a rare bird on my own check at Amazon dot.
"lake huron" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"The Norman French used priest who used Latin as the clerics in the court which is where the term cleric white cleric in clerk are so similar in English and they did a lot of the interacting acting between countries and Germany quickly became a term used in England to describe. What was the holy Roman Empire? This all seems like a dust enough the degree this is oh this is right up his alley language center fee and it is incredibly complicated and the different terms for Germany. There are the Germanic ones that are related to Deutsche in some way there are countries that use German from Latin and Greek there are countries who use all the money there are countries who use Saxon and there's an old slavic term it gets us as well. It's all over the place just like everything and I while I agree that I can. I can understand how those frustrating and it would be nice. If everybody used closer to the local term for things say but in the case of the Federal Republic of Germany it would help if they in their own usage of the term what hold slammed we should just ask what do you want to be called. Japan called me hone Japan China. I mean everybody's got their own language term for their home country and we just can't do it. Ah many we also got an email from Eileen no lake Erie or like Ontario here in the state. It's like cure onto the east so I checked the map and starting from the L. wrong wrong wrong wrong. I don't know what lakes I named off. I know I forgot about here on well. I guess about here on I think I think I just said what's the Great Lakes and I knew there was superior and that's it so if you start from the southeastern corner of Michigan Lake Erie and then once you get to north of Detroit you have Lake Huron and then you've got lake superior above the upper peninsula and then you have Lake Michigan on the other side and we're saying the mitten in status what Michigan okay shaped like Mitten like mitten forget about the upper peninsula so I think are used to remember that when we'd have fill out like what states on that map like how many states can you name without Yup and that was the way of knowing that but you know sense. I've gotten to be thirty five and I don't know anything about the middle. Yeah I think I only know Lake Erie because of adventures of beat right then they live in eerie that no I'm old. It's okay we'll look it up listeners. You don't have to write in begging for has been the beg for feedback but also Indiana doesn't actually have Lake Erie unrelated like Erie the word eerie like Lake Michigan Lake Titicaca the Dead Sea. I think that's the good okay said hey bail to air and have a hate mail address. You can send I hate Jason warded g mail duck from Chris via facebook. You discussed the dress code in French municipal swimming pools. Can I give a little context of this as tells about the scene I live in the U._k.. And Work as a coach driver and had been taking school trips to France since the late seventies a lot of these trips have included visits to municipal swimming pools and or water parks they have always had a policy that males and females must wear fitted one piece swimsuits. This I believe is done in hygiene grounds swimming shorts for males or the wearing of t shirts over swimming costumes for females or strictly banned. Everyone must shower before entering the pool area and this is rigorously enforced. The banning of the Burkini is just an extension of this ban and is not done on religious grounds although the religious seem to want to use religion into excuse to flaunt it it also seems that in the last twenty five years or so women have taken can the one piece swimming costume to include just bikini bottoms so the side of topless women and girls is now fairly common. Most people also have women or women and children only sessions but these seem to be on mid week evenings..
Enbridge seeks court ruling on Great Lakes oil pipeline deal
"Person Enbridge has gone to court after talks broke down on line five, the oil pipeline that runs under the straits of mackinac and bridges asking Michigan court to rule on an agreement reached with former governor Snyder to build an oil pipeline beneath the channel linking lakes Huron. Michigan inside of a tunnel. Enbridge says the deal was passed legally, Michigan attorney general, Dana Nessel has said the law enacted in December onto the tunnel agreement. Violates the state constitution, and she is declared that she will stop the new line
"lake huron" Discussed on WJR 760
"Your local lows to learn more so crow now that you know, start with Lowes. Let's head over to us to first to talk to L immature. He is owner of the Huron house bed and breakfast. L? Welcome to the program. Dave, thanks for having me always nice to have you on board. I know we've talked about your properties before and just to to probably make it even more confusing to everybody you have two properties. One on the east side of the state in one on the west side of the state is that correct? That is correct. We have here on house on lake Huron, which is on the east side of the state and the hotel saga talk on the west side, which is in saga talk. Yeah. So so we're gonna mostly talk about here on house bed and breakfast today. But it must be difficult managing properties that far away from each other. You know? And I know you do such a great job because I hear great things. I mean, how do you balance that? You have to win with people know, you have to hire great people that that share the same passion is utilitarian and share the same commitment to the vision of what we what we try to offer the couples to stay with us. Yeah. Well, especially with a bed and breakfast. This is an this is completely a people business. It's all about relationships and in making sure you provide that experience that they're looking for. And I know when people are coming to the Huron house bed and breakfast. Many of them are just looking for a place to kind of relax and rejuvenate. And the seems to be a really good time of the year to do that. So why don't you tell us about the here on house bed and breakfast? What it looks like we're it is those types of things. Sure. The here on house if they fourteen luxury bed and breakfast, right on lake Huron. Skoda? And what we've tried to do is take some of the best things that we love about that. And kinda create something that we think is a.
Fox News, Brett Kavanagh and Marijuana discussed on Home and Garden
"Take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter
Typhoon kills at least 9, traps thousands at Japanese airport
"Nine thirty here in London ten thirty. If you're in Paris or Berlin, I'm Anna Edwards. You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We check the data for you on bloombergradio every fifteen minutes. So let's do that right now the stocks on the European equity markets this Wednesday morning down by seven tenths of a percent. The first one hundred down half a percent. The CAC Karen down more than one percent. In fact, down by one point one possess and the Xetra Dax down seven tenths of a percent. So European equity markets catching the downdraft from Asia as the FX EM crisis turns into something that is causing emerging market stocks to sell off. So we saw emerging markets. So so Asian equities down by one and a half percent
"lake huron" Discussed on KQED Radio
"BBC for some news at six thirty tonight patchy drizzle. Later on tonight widespread haze and. Mostly cloudy with. Lows in the fifties tomorrow some fog and drizzle in the morning otherwise sending later on and it'll be a little bit cooler all. Around the bay area for the next two days This week says you takes a. Break from the presence and breaks into the archives to share a classic episode world-class wordplay with our original host Richard The bang bang, boys Have you noticed that they? Made their own instruments have you noticed that? That shouldn't be lost we've had a few moments. With the word click we will go. First, to, Tony Kahn, well click of course. Is a, sports term, of course of course, without a specific definition So what. Other, sport, could it, be four Gulf which. Is the, one sport, with no particular purpose So it's must come from the sound but it's. A number one iron in golf or a number, four would or could be a number ten stogie A number one iron mash and that, kind of thing it's a number one iron yeah or maybe a number four would or maybe a number four Francine, click well it's quite interesting that you should throw this question my way as my father grew up in. A town called van click. Hill. On -tario and obviously this is the word of Dutch dirty And that town is. On a waterway between lake Huron and Lake Ontario and, a? Click in. Point, of fact is the pin that holds the locks at tear down between those two lakes it's a pin that holds. The locks it's the toothpick that holds the salmon to.
"lake huron" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Them you'll even find out why some. People, live with a monkey now here's your host, exotic pet, expert, and author Bob tart? Bob what were you. Thinking Hello and welcome to? What were you thinking pet life radio this is book character Bill, home substituting for both know here he is tired finally showed, up so we're here to do a segment we like to call Chilin with, Bill and Bob that's right that's what this show we'll call the whole show. That how about that because also because that's what we would. Like, our listeners to do just chill with us, here at, how, is point state park Fine I'm, ready. To chill okay and, we're here, you know we're. Here in. Our city and this is this, is a beautiful place right wouldn't you. Say tower city I would say I mean it's. Really gorgeous. It's on lake Huron. And it's it's such a laid back summer kind? Of place that I mean even the birds are laid back I, just saw female Mallard and a crop top really yeah yeah Yeah so it's just that. Kind? Of, place Realized surprise. You, didn't ask if it needed a. Ride. Well sneaking of with its joke corner No Joke you were telling me Joe coroner gentleman by would not tell you this yorker earlier because he. Wanted he wanted me to react spontaneously with the joy that he. Do I was gonna feel just crap. Top, yeah that was that was a good that might have been. It in, fact maybe it's a Mallard was in a field was in a Okay field and it was a crop. Top have, been funnier because odors the crap oh it is a crop Yeah okay, yeah that's funny yeah or on a silo on a silo. Yeah. Yeah oh that could be funny so I I want to have you take your mind back in time okay so far to last year when I. Told, a very good job Oh God I joke all the time This wasn't. Really is supposed to be a joke it. Was a mind bender in the, mind bender course I'm actually joked today but, the mind. Bender was. That Napoleon Matthews Waterloo Waterloo Yeah And then there was another one about the late great Irish vocalist Richard. Harris and this is kind of a fun fact. Too and this was that Richard, Harris he had. Himself he got himself into a real Donnybrook. Donnybrook This is this is more of a story Okay Because you told me that would, earlier? Right. Yeah Klay remember. It but I'm just reminding you of jokes. Pass got a lot of postcards from our listeners I use this, next? Joke The same kind of That like that but this is everyone. Is anxious to hear this. Is a little longer this is. About Joe and Terry Joe and Terry are two guys who live in. Mali in west Africa you. With me so. Far. I'm just chilling? Okay so join Terry live, in Mali west Africa and Joe, is, saying to Terry jeez I got to spend the weekend. At. My granny's house okay which one said this, show and? Terry said what's wrong don't. You love, your granny, Joe says of course, I love my granny but she lives. Out in, the country you know it's rural here in Mali in west. Africa and the problem, I love my granny but she doesn't have WI fi shows at any internet service and he, doesn't have cable TV He said, that's crazy where could she live not to have that and, Joseph out in Timbuktu somewhere boy.
"lake huron" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I'm ready, to chill, and we're here you know we're, here in town with city and this is this is a beautiful place, when she say, tower city, I would say. I mean it's really, gorgeous it's on lake Huron and it's it's such a laid back summer kind, of place that I mean even. The birds are laid back I. Just? Saw. Female Mallard top really yeah So it's kind. Of? Place Realized surprise he didn't ask. If, it needed a ride well speaking. Of which it's joke corner No Joke you were telling me The gentleman by would not. Tell earlier because he wanted he wanted me to react spontaneously with the joy that he knew I was. Going, to feel just. Crap. Yeah that was good I. Thought, that might have been. It in fact maybe it's a Mallard was in a. Field was in a oakfield and it was a crop top that have been funnier because odors crap oh. It, is a crop Okay yeah that's funny yeah, or on a silo on a silo. Yeah yeah, oh that could be funny I want to have you take your mind back in time okay so far she to last year when I. Told, a very good joke Oh god Joke all. The, time Oh it wasn't really it's supposed. To be a joke it was a mind bender, in. The mind bender Chris I'm, an actual joke today but the mind bender was that Napoleon Matthews Waterloo at Waterloo Yeah And then there was another one about the late great Irish vocalist Richard. Harris and this is kind of a fun fact. Too and this was that Richard, Harris he had. Himself he got himself into a real Donnybrook. Donnybrook But this is this is marva story y'all Because, you told me that when earlier right. Yeah I remember. It but I'm just reminding you of. Jokes pass got lots of postcards from our listeners I is this, next? Show The same kind of That like that but this is for everyone. Is anxious to hear this. Is a little longer this is about Joe and Terry and Joe and Terry are two guys who live in, Mali in west Africa You, with me so, far I'm? Just chilling okay so join. Terry live, in Mali, west Africa enjoy saying, to Terry jeez I gotta spend the. Weekend at, my granny's house okay which one said this Joe Joe and. Terry said what's wrong, don't you love your granny Joe says of course I love, my granny but she lives out in the country. You know it's rural here in Mali in west. Africa and the problem I. Love my granny but she doesn't have WI fi shows at any internet service and he doesn't have cable TV I, said that's crazy where could she live not to have that, and Joseph out in Timbuktu somewhere Boy Wow Brings.
"lake huron" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Let's talk about the low stakes party that is going going down. Someone set, Betsy DeVos is forty million dollar yacht adrift in, I guess it was the river, I think at lake. A lake. Yeah, and Huron, Ohio? Yeah. Yacht on a lake? Yeah, forty million dollars get put it in the ocean. You have forty million dollars sitting on a lake. They, I mean the Lauren. What I found out through this is the family has a so many yachts. They're like they're about the life. I think they have the family is at least one of at least ten boats that device family owns. They got Tim boats. They have ten votes. Well, you know, we also she's obviously the wealthiest person in the cabinet to because she had to disclose like her assets or like worth more than five hundred eighty million dollars. So big fan. What you're doing. But yeah. It was like, you know what? Let's just show this fucking evil doer something and all they did was untied. It set it adrift in there like it's scraped up the hull. We're looking at five to ten thousand dollars worth of damage. Oh, yeah, big hit to you, but it's only a matter of time before people start like setting these people's yachts on fire. Oh, yeah. I mean. I mean, look at that. I'm suggest like there's these the haves and have nots grill. I mean, I think people look at someone who has is of millionaire was just a forty million dollar yacht as an afterthought who's also behind setting very dangerous policies in our education system like not protecting LGBT or trans students or fucking making people who've been scammed out of student loan debt forgiveness, even harder. I'm like, no. That's why I'm like, I don't understand eventually like in an ideal world, no one who's a millionaire will hold office because the majority of the country's not millionaires and these people are not in touch enough with the reality. The data I don't. I cannot believe that there's someone with a forty million dollar yacht who's going to look at something like student debt and be like, oh yeah, that's awful. I don't know how you judge on their public schools. Yeah, that's fucking crazy. So, but anyway, you know, low stakes, Boston tea party, somebody who would never ever ever send someone. They love to a public school. Right? Exactly. Is in charge of our public schools. I can't wait to have forty million dollars. Right. Also an island I would buy an island. Right? And just be like, don't talk to in lake Huron right by like you're on water right. There is something so Betsy DeVos and like a Trump administration about yachts on because like they don't want to be on the coasts. 'cause people hate them on the inland yacht, right. It's better because. Puerto Ricans, right or New York. I mean, because I mean, there's some good people there, California forget it. I'll just pretty soon they'll just be buying up the middle of the country to dig it out so they can put their yachts and like boat in peace and Ray like this is a million billionaire leak. Wow. The boat was called are is called the seaquest. Uh-huh. Wins it will great NBC show for your member with ROY. Scheider Secrest late CNN last seaquest lake. It hasn't gotten there..
"lake huron" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Just go to garden of yoga dot com to IU to book in these anti gravity, yoga, yoga, meditation, Pilates again, please come down and join in the fun. One of the things we want to accomplish with the studio is to build a strong community. And this just happens to be the subject of this episode. Episode is a recorded conversation between myself co host Joe Stewart and Shannon crow, Shannon crow, as yoga teacher and the host of the connected yoga teacher podcasts as of mentioned earlier, the theme of this episode is about building community, and Shannon tells us how she managed to build a healthy and connected community, but online and in the real world while living in a relatively out of the white area in on -tario Canada, she gives us a lot of real. World advice you can put into practice right away and put into practice a few things she suggested. So I feel that it's something that anyone out there listening can use straightaway expert usual of spoken for way too long. So let's hear from Shannon. I grew up in a little tiny town called Bayfield, which is on lake Huron in Ontario Canada, and had a pretty fun childhood playing outside and playing sports and hanging out with my friends. That's like where I grew up, and then I moved to the Bruce peninsula, which is a couple of hours north. So it's three hours north of Toronto Ontario. It's still pretty much in the middle of nowhere. Stupidity, rural? Yeah..
"lake huron" Discussed on AP News
"Where Lake Michigan and lake Huron meat would. Cost nearly two billion dollars the state of Michigan's released a report by an independent team of scientists who estimate. That more than half the cost, would be up much of the rest would be lost. Tourism income the scientists were looking at the potential impact spill from the Canadian company and bridges line five, which runs, beneath the. Straits, of mackinac. Critics say the sixty five year old lines Vulnerable to leaks and should be shut down and bridge says the, pipelines in good shape and the reports scenarios are purely hypothetical stunning images of Hawaii's erupting kill away of all. Keno continue to captivate people around the world and some of them want to, come and, see it for themselves it's nearly impossible for people, on the ground to see the. Lava from a safe place but that's not stopping businesses from trying. Diane lay Hawaii county's, director of research, and development, says she's been working on setting up a lava viewing site. For nearly two months right now only helicopter and boat tour passengers who, pay about two hundred fifty dollars each are able to see. The lava in person the problem is that the area where the lava is bursting from the ground is under a mandatory evacuation order. People who live in the area can go to. Their homes but everyone else is restricted except scientists the national guard and the media more than, eighty people have been given tickets for. Being in a restricted disaster area so far A premature baby penguin has been nurse back to health after her parents accidentally stepped, on her egg and. Broke its at London zoo zoo says keep, us restorage defined rainbow the female Humboldt penguin chick was still alive. Inside the broken egg they rushed the chick to the zoo's clinic where vets transferred her, to an incubation chamber she spent weeks. Cuddling with a soft toy penguin and was fed what the zoo called penguin milkshake made a fish vitamins and minerals penguin keepers Susie hides said, on Thursday the birds typically reject chicks when they accidentally step on their. Eggs she said the one month old is growing. Quickly and we'll stay in the incubation chamber until she reaches ten weeks hi I'm Megan crane AP digital manager. And host of the podcast ground game I look at the, top political issues bubbling up around the, country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available. On apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to. Subscribe Ray And review it, that's the podcast ground game AP radio news I'm Tim Maguire Indianapolis woman who says Oliver children. Were among nine family members loss, in yesterday evening's duck votes sinking near Branson Missouri claims to captain told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets until it. Was too late seventeen people in all died when, the boat went down during a severe thunderstorm Tia Coleman says she and a. Nephew of the, only family members to, survive Jim Patterson juniors president. Of Ripley, entertainment which owns the duck boat he says, the storm came up suddenly other reports I've I've heard. And I don't have all the answers yet, we'll wait for the investigation to go. Through but it was almost, and I don't I'm not a weather man but it. Was almost like a microburst very high winds it came very suddenly when the water was common flat. And then turned it into Turbulence a source says there's. A recording of then candidate, Donald Trump. Talking with his now former attorney Michael Cohen person familiar with an f. b. i. investigation into. Cohen says the attorney secretly recorded, then candidate Trump talking about buying the rights to a former playboy models account of having an affair with Trump a decade. Earlier which he denies the conversation came weeks after, the national enquirers parent company reached a deal debate Karen McDougal one hundred fifty. Thousand dollars for, her story effectively silencing, through the campaign the source. Says the, FBI sees the recording during a raid on, Collins belongings Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani says the recording shows. Trump did nothing wrong and no payment was, actually made saga megani at the White. House cardiologists who was treated, former president George H W Bush was shot to death. While riding a bike this morning through a Houston medical center complex police are looking For a suspect who was also on a bike when he opened fire on the doctor this. Is AP radio news A two. Year old girl was shot to, death by your four year old cousin this morning in a home in San Bernardino California investigators, say the..
"lake huron" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is unprecedented and it does not appear that is going to go down anytime soon back it might be going up as lake superior is going to be releasing records amounts of water into lake michigan and lake huron in an attempt to drop the lake superior water levels so if you own a place along lake michigan lake huron chances are you're not very happy and chances are it's going to get worse there's something else that's happened in the last hundred years that is not natural and is caught is helping to exacerbate the beach erosion is the flow of san down lake michigan came from north to south and has it moved southward it just kept depositing itself along the shoreline well now we have break walls we've got resentment to get cities and the flows san has been changed so there is not the accumulation of sand once watching in illinois beach state park is a is a prime example of this gorgeous state park beach up in the northeastern corner illinois for those who have been there unfortunately there's nowhere near as much of the beach is the worst just a few years ago but this is the last vestiges of what else do i look like before we settled the entire shoreline illinois beach state park is a really terrific place to walk and hike in the dunes in the middle of summer it's the most visited state park in illinois but in the spring and fall and winter which is what i had visited a number of times walk on a desolate beach in the midst of millions of people is is really a quite a quite an experience and it's also one of the places where the clubbers are breeding and it's it's a very well known wellmanaged state harkin stated illinois it is suffering unbelievable damage as a result of the recent rising lake michigan levels and according to the scientists who've been studying the beaches losing dooms that took over five hundred years to build in a matter of just i've just months so it is hidden in in the loss of these dunes is caused by storms that we've had which have come to time when we've also had extremely high water eleanor only has sixty three miles of shoreline but in that fifty three miles of shoreline we got huge issues it evanston the dog beaches completely submerged in highland park river would beach which was just a couple of years ago name nation's best restored beach lists by powerful storms in april and and it is in badly damaged up at element beach state park is i was talking about the dunes have just been destroyed and there's been extensive monitoring of the of the dunes but it has lost as much as seventy five feet of shoreline in just the last four years so it the loss of shoreline is unprecedented no annoyed beach state park five hundred years to protect the builder rich protect wet the only.
"lake huron" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Dynamic ever changing planet we've even regardless of those seven thousand people working on that john hugh you know you still have that experience of the highway exit that doesn't exist or you know the time lag that causes you to overshoot can't quite get there i mean there are bugs not bugs but there are issues with this certainly so here's an interesting exercise of for anybody to play along at home go to google images and type in the words your gps is wrong and you'll get treated to a host of images of road signs where i guess people got annoyed with cars showing up in front of their houses because the information was wrong now this is not to say that maps are infallible either because maps as well we'll have errors in it and i've encountered that but it's just important not to put blind faith in it here's abc's amy robot with her hosts on good morning america a year ago telling the story of a young woman in kitchener ontario who trusted her gps too much on a dark foggy night do not believe everything your gps tells you case in point a canadian woman who followed hers right down a boat ramp into lake huron she actually had to roll down her window quickly and was able to climb out of it and swim to shore it was dark foggy night there let's see sullen here from asheville north carolina high see so.
"lake huron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Relatively good supply or or good areas uh where it could be done to lake erie is one of them uh lake michigan sort of in the middle of the lower peninsula as well as uh lake huron sort of on the thumb of of lake michigan uh they've also found some good areas up in lake superior but some other challenges there and 10 in terms of water depth than just sort of the the more rugged conditions make that a little more challenging switch city how on lake erie is going to be closest to it did he have cleveland at it'll be about eight miles they're still out from cleveland so standing on the shore you you can sort of make out and uh tell me why this is the first one wonder why is it taken so long here so the history of this it's pretty interesting in in the great lakes uh but what i understand the the first ideas of a project outside of cleveland originated around two thousand four two thousand five by some some local groups in foundation to really saw it uh as a as an academic development uh you know opportunity and uh some some of the challenges that but that city and and others in the midwest have had economic we it was it was seen early on as a way to uh you know sort of be a leader on on this issue and and with this technology and then uh uh by about two thousand than eight two thousand nine was was really the height of interest you saw big most of the states that are that are along the great lakes involved in this in some way or another uh michigan the the the administration under under former governor jennifer granholm was very active in this facing the idea was to sort of get a policy and play that that could perhaps be modelled by other states uh in move forward that way um however uh couple of factors uh one being the two thousand ten election as is often brought up uh that that sort of wave republican election we saw uh in the midwest uh really really change in michigan for example brought in a new administration where it really wasn't a priority uh.
"lake huron" Discussed on WJR 760
"Stop what was the of the was it the line yup cajun creole eatery in marquette hour yes i think our season two or three um yeah it's the best cajun food i've ever had in my life and it's up in marquette michigan so it just goes to show that um you can there's just so many unusual people places and things here and incredible the food seen in michigan people had reconnected with what they are eating where they're getting it where they're getting their food from um so yeah the food seen in michigan uh is absolutely incredible and each one of the uthr under the radar michigan shows begin something like this with tom dolled and you giving a ts to the viewer hope you like your warning sunnyside up because on this udr we head back the michigan's beautiful sunlight side first we take you to a bradley for a friendly fire site in then we introduce you to michigan's very own iron man we'll even place of linksstyle golf at the gales and hit lake huron for a he'd been held in a wall la get ready to explore the cool people places and things that make michigan sunrise side a great place to play what kind of response do you get tom as a result of going to these various locations oh gosh um allow the places that we feature um are there they're visited quite frequently afterwards there but the response we get is people love it when because we're we're helping the omit in the michigan academy were helping bring a lot of people ended a state helping a lot of people are reallife that there's a lot of things that they can do here's a postal leaving michigan um so the response we get is well first of all when we put when we roll into a business the first thing they say is wary of everybody else worse hoyer equipment idea we.
"lake huron" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Great lakes restoration initiative goes to the illinois department natural resources to help with their harvesting effort to reduce population in the pressure that fish i experienced to move closer to lake michigan over on lake erie the threat to fish isn't the main problem it's the health of folks eating fish mike wall i am perc which especially in summer one toxic algae blooms appear this these getting a lot of questions from anglers about whether it's safety fish during a cyanobacteria harmful algal bloom season and so instead of just guessing they wanted obviously put some quantitative data to it that's ohio state university professor stewart ludde sin one of several research searchers looking at algae bloom with funding from the ohio see grant this is another project the trump budget once eliminate it along with thirty three secret programmes across the country and clearly there are philosophical differences over what the federal government should be funding now let's head north to lake huron which borders eastern michigan in canada most of michigan's 2600 dams were built decades ago and many need to be removed before they collapse one such project on the maple river is slated to cost two point three million dollars and about half would be covered by federal funding emu buyer works for the group in charge of the removal damn failures like that i can be very very expensive in terms of property law insurance claim in the worst case even why why so we feel really important to do everything we can be proactive and remove the down in a controlled fashion ontario is the easternmost great lake and it's here that scientists use federal money to help the lake sturgeon an ancient fish that can live over one hundred years and grow up to eight feet long biologist dmitry gorski says his group gets three hundred thousand dollars for a number of projects including inserting tracking devices inside sturgeon to gauge the health of lake ontario the money helped us build capacity by replacing outdated boats and equipment increasing our personnel president trump's proposed budget will not likely be the final draft the great lakes a faced cuts before but congress pushed back politicians from the great lakes states are pledging to fight for full funding again though this time it will likely lee be much more difficult from pierre news and was with mellon that story comes to us from the public radio collaboration great lakes today.