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"moab" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Rate review and subscribe like to welcome my next guest to the show. Anthony bolinger also aka fistful of terry on instagram. As everything on my friend terry. what's up. Jen everything's going great. Well i want to talk about fiscal a terry. Because you're instagram is quite. We got a lot to talk about. Obviously both of us love our fistful of bourbon. But i gotta ask you man your instagram cracking me up. I know i think one of the most recent ones. I saw your blindfolded blindfolded making drinks in quite work out so well for you man. Yeah you know what then. Comedians king right now and as real most of us have sitting at home trying to have fun and make a little levity out of the situation and just kind of go off the cuff going to fly and just try to see what people would like to have fun with and Yeah i decided to make a. I think a whisky sour just proving how easy it is to work with this bourbon and obviously i was making a joke and get it all blindfolded and cocktails awful. Yeah you've on your instant. You've what you've poured pour drinks no hands and things like that. It's i don't know you definitely have some fun with a man just at the end of the day. We're just trying to have fun. Make people laugh and Give people some hope you know. Yeah that'd be an said. I did actually a little bit of internet stocking on you which i was going to do for guests right. And they're they're so funny story that popped up so i wanna kind of go back into your history. We're definitely going to talk a lot about fistful of bourbon today. But i wanna go back into your history and your starting. Bartending was a little bit rocky. Because i read a story about you. Somebody ordering like a kettle seven and you gave them like was part vodka part bourbon. Like dude. I mean he tells your history here because it sounds like you got a pretty rocky. Start to your your time in bartending in the liquor industry. Yeah i mean that started back in two. I mean that was always in the bars doing work in the bars. Back in two thousand but My brother's friend opened a bar in hoboken new jersey around the two thousand and eight two thousand nine and i got asked either. Doing i was doing construction at the time and they were like. We need doorman. I was kind of a bigger guy. I don't think i'll do door but there were like we need a bartender to and i was like you know what. Let me all my friends. More money than bartending. Let me try that out and There was no training. They just throw you back there and You know the story. You're talking about him sitting behind the bar first night and my buddy. My brother's friend orders kettle seven. And i didn't. I knew cuddle was. I didn't know what seven was. I knew nothing. And i got bottle kennel got glass with ice and i was trying to figure out what the seven was like i. I saw a bottle of seagrams senate on the wall. So i just kind of pick up. The cuddle reported over the top headed to my brother's friend. And just kind of turn my back in palos glasses waiting for him to sip it for some sort of approval and you know he wasn't sipping and he was like kept talking have watching and then all of a sudden he took a sip and pretty much spit it out and it pretty much berated me for the next couple of hours man. That's funny well fast for now. You're working with fistful a bourbon. I what takes you from there to where you're at man because i know your brand ambassador for fistful a bourbon. Kinda give us the backstory. Because i for some reason. I don't know your full story but i think he got a pretty pretty helluva career here in you know in the bar industry and the liquor industry. Yeah you know kinda took some chances. Like i said i started working in hoboken and i had a really good relation A good background of Working very hard whatever. I did so when someone found out. I was bartending I used to use some work for them. Doing security there were like. Hey we're opening a restaurant in miami Would you like to do in the bar program and obviously it was not suitable to do that whatsoever. I had no experience. But i fake it till you make it sort of thing so i packed up my stuff. Drove down to miami. Started working at this bar still had no idea it was working in a restaurant still had no idea what i was doing. but busted my ass learned. Everything literally built the bar that in the restaurant that i was working at as well and Caught an. I have a really good chef brought me to aspen. Did you. the food and wine classic. Then i got hired to the restaurants with food and wine. The doctrine about four or five years went to new york started bartending and bars Was part of the james beard award winning program and maize on premier in two thousand sixteen. Left there in two thousand seventeen started working for sailor jerry spicer on the east coast of bass eter and then when we were launching with new brand. They gave me the opportunity to be the national ambassador for fiscal bourbon. That's awesome when sailor jerry. Obviously you know same parent. Company is fistful a bourbon. But i'm looking at those sailor jerry and then fistful man. Talk about to fun company to fund brands. I should say to work with back to back. Man i mean both of them kind of iconic. They've got i kind of. I don't know it just fun. You know the definitely one thing you know about the way they've done things. It's definitely not lame man yeah. I think that's kind of why the company hired me to do this ball. I think they saw the fund and the irreverence style. I was working with of sailor jerry and they needed somebody you know. Whiskies are very kind of could be very snobby category of could be more serious categories. Obviously we have an amazing spirit here but we wanted to keep you know the brand lens and kind of the vibe. A little bit more A little bit more fun and lighthearted. Yeah well i think you know. Obviously i laugh because they sent over. You know the commercials before they went went live and you know the whole spaghetti western theme and make some of. It's got a little bit of quentin tarantino asking. I i gotta tell you man. I fell in love with it. I want wanna talk about knocking some branding out of the park. I think this will absolutely did it. You know and and there's really nothing else like it in the space one hundred percent. I remember so. I got hired for fistful while i was still working with sailor. Jerry cubby back in january of two thousand twenty. 'cause we were going to launch in march and i never sitting in our corporate office in new york and our old manager was like hey check out these commercials for filming for the brand and i was like yeah whatever let me look and then i saw the first one where They slide the shock last and the guy can't grab it and i'm like oh my lord like people need to see this. This is amazing. it's not really showcasing the whiskey. You're not being serious. But i'm like if i saw this on social media i as a regular consumer. I want to be like. Who's behind this. This is absolutely amazing. I wanna be a part of this so It was really cool to get get in front of this beginning. And you know what's funny is like you said that there's very few can do something produce a piece of content like that that makes people want to find out more about the brand and wanna go out actually purchase. It and i know just what we've been doing in the east sports space. And then you know through through what i've been doing on the racing side of things in the real world like people see the content and it's like it's like yeah i want to know more and we've had so many people hit us up on social. Hey look try not fistful. Bourbon sought at the local liquor. Store bought a bottle. This stuff's awesome. But it's really a dynamic thing that you guys and you've been a big part of this kind of creative with fistful of bourbon. Where it actually drives traffic. Because it's like there's a little bit of mystery around like it's funny. It's humorous but there is that bit of mystery like you know an and with the fistful like five different flavors. Like people really want to find out more minor percent and like going back to that social media thing for the commercials you know when we were creating brand or when i was part of it and when i did a deep dive and instagram and looking for the top whisky brands that we're trying to be competitive with. And what are they offering. And they're all amazing brands. But everything i saw was a glass of whisky next to a fire. A fire side. You know where. Rick house bourbon barrels. And i'm like that's great. I'm like but we gotta do something fun here. We just gotta have fun because if you're having fun people.
"moab" Discussed on Secular Buddhism
"In this podcast episode I thought, , it would be fun to share some thoughts regarding perception specifically from a Buddhist perspective. . Feel recall the Buddhist teaching of the five aggregates. . These are form feeling perception, , mental formations, , and consciousness. . These five aggregates are the best mls or the heaps that make up who or perhaps how we are. . And the implication here is that perception plays a key role in how I go about experiencing my reality. . I wanted to correlate all of this with an expression that I'm sure you've heard it's a common expression says beauty is in the eye of the beholder. . And this expression suggests that beauty doesn't exist on its own, , but it arises in the one doing the observing, , and I think that's a fascinating thought and I want to correlate this with the expression <hes> with the Buddhist understanding of the role that perception plays in how we experienced. . So all of this started recently with a trip that I was on I was in Moab and Moab if you don't know as a very scenic place in Utah famous for the arches and several other national parks, , the thought that I had while I was there. . Of course I'm experiencing Moab from the air <hes> from a paraglider paraglider and as I was flying through there, , I had a similar thought that I've had many times while traveling, , which is, , wow. . This is such a beautiful place and followed pretty closely to. . <hes> the thought that says you know people come from all over the world to see this, , and then the reminder that any places like that this one happens to be very unique and beautiful, , but all places her. . And I remember one time when I was traveling, , I was in Bali and I was walking through the rice paddies on a on a trip tour. . And I would see the locals tend to their rice patties. . And I remember feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the landscape in the beauty of the place just felt like such a neat experience in the thought occurred to me that if I could pick someone from here out of their Rice Patty and take them to my home. . They would probably have a similar feeling walking through. . The streets and the trails behind my house and thinking how neat it is to recognize that again, , beauty is in the eye of the beholder and for someone who's their local the scenery that to a visitor so unique and so different, , and so beautiful to them as just ordinary day to day view and see the same thing happened to me my normal view where I live may become ordinary and and you. Know . I think I have to go far to experience this beauty when in reality the beauty is it's everywhere because it's in the eye of the beholder. . So that's that's kind of what was going on this past week as I was experiencing the beauty of Moab and I started to formulate all of these thoughts and how they relate to a Buddhist teaching, which , is kind of what I wanNA share with you. . Not, , just with <hes> when we when we think of beauty, , it's not just a painting for example that you look at you think, , wow, , what a beautiful painting but we do this with all things right with <hes> film is a good example if I <hes>, , I'm sure you have watched a movie at some point that was that moved to tears, , right? ? Maybe it was a message or just the story of the movie that that really moved you. . Now with a painting or with a movie you know if I were to tell you hey, , there is a movie out there that if you watch it, , it will profoundly change your. . Life. . Now if I tell you what movie that is, , it won't work you might go watch the movie and say. . You know that that that didn't do it for me. . I didn't like that movie. . And I'm sure you've experienced this right where someone a friend will tell you. . You have to go watch this movie at such a good movie and they build it up and build it up and then you go watch it and you're like yeah, , it was all right and they're stunned. . What do you mean it was all right it's my favorite movie or backwards right maybe you had experienced movie or a song or a painting that you saw in a museum that really moved you and then you try to court you try to share that with someone and they just on experience at the same way. .
Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder
"In this podcast episode I thought, it would be fun to share some thoughts regarding perception specifically from a Buddhist perspective. Feel recall the Buddhist teaching of the five aggregates. These are form feeling perception, mental formations, and consciousness. These five aggregates are the best mls or the heaps that make up who or perhaps how we are. And the implication here is that perception plays a key role in how I go about experiencing my reality. I wanted to correlate all of this with an expression that I'm sure you've heard it's a common expression says beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And this expression suggests that beauty doesn't exist on its own, but it arises in the one doing the observing, and I think that's a fascinating thought and I want to correlate this with the expression with the Buddhist understanding of the role that perception plays in how we experienced. So all of this started recently with a trip that I was on I was in Moab and Moab if you don't know as a very scenic place in Utah famous for the arches and several other national parks, the thought that I had while I was there. Of course I'm experiencing Moab from the air from a paraglider paraglider and as I was flying through there, I had a similar thought that I've had many times while traveling, which is, wow. This is such a beautiful place and followed pretty closely to. the thought that says you know people come from all over the world to see this, and then the reminder that any places like that this one happens to be very unique and beautiful, but all places her. And I remember one time when I was traveling, I was in Bali and I was walking through the rice paddies on a on a trip tour. And I would see the locals tend to their rice patties. And I remember feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the landscape in the beauty of the place just felt like such a neat experience in the thought occurred to me that if I could pick someone from here out of their Rice Patty and take them to my home. They would probably have a similar feeling walking through. The streets and the trails behind my house and thinking how neat it is to recognize that again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and for someone who's their local the scenery that to a visitor so unique and so different, and so beautiful to them as just ordinary day to day view and see the same thing happened to me my normal view where I live may become ordinary and and you. Know I think I have to go far to experience this beauty when in reality the beauty is it's everywhere because it's in the eye of the beholder. So that's that's kind of what was going on this past week as I was experiencing the beauty of Moab and I started to formulate all of these thoughts and how they relate to a Buddhist teaching, which is kind of what I wanNA share with you. Not, just with when we when we think of beauty, it's not just a painting for example that you look at you think, wow, what a beautiful painting but we do this with all things right with film is a good example if I I'm sure you have watched a movie at some point that was that moved to tears, right? Maybe it was a message or just the story of the movie that that really moved you. Now with a painting or with a movie you know if I were to tell you hey, there is a movie out there that if you watch it, it will profoundly change your. Life. Now if I tell you what movie that is, it won't work you might go watch the movie and say. You know that that that didn't do it for me. I didn't like that movie. And I'm sure you've experienced this right where someone a friend will tell you. You have to go watch this movie at such a good movie and they build it up and build it up and then you go watch it and you're like yeah, it was all right and they're stunned. What do you mean it was all right it's my favorite movie or backwards right maybe you had experienced movie or a song or a painting that you saw in a museum that really moved you and then you try to court you try to share that with someone and they just on experience at the same way.
Nations Come and Fall (Ezekiel 26:1718)
"Zeki chapter twenty, six, versus seventeen, and eighteen. And they will raise a lamentation over you and say to you how you have perished. You were inhabited from the sees Oh city renowned who is mighty on the see she and her inhabitants imposed their terror on all her inhabitants. Now, the coastlands Trimble on the day of your fall and the coastlands that are on the sea are dismayed at your passing. So this is. The end of two chapters in Ezekiel Chapter Twenty Five, twenty six to begin a series of chapters in the book of Ezekiel where God tells Ezekiel to Prophesy Against Not his people in Judah, the people of God of Israel instead to the neighbors, the nations, surrounding Judah, surrounding his people. So chapter twenty, five starts with the prophecy against Ammon and MOAB and seer and eat him and Felicita and then chapter twenty six begins a prophecy against tire and that's what this whole chapters about. The reason, I read these two verses WanNa pray according to them versus seventeen and eighteen is because God is. Speaking to a nation and a people that had prospered. and. He's talking about how they were mighty on the sea and imposing terror on others they were renowned. But now in an instant God says all of that would be taken away. And he would bring them low and the coast lands would be dismayed at how this once renowned powerful people just like that were gone. Just like that, when the total opposite direction and reading these chapters, these prophecies from God through Ezekiel among the nations is a sobering reminder. That no matter. How Great. Powerful Influential a nation might be. My claim to be might be perceived to be. Nations come and fall and can fall just like that at the sovereign decree of God. And particularly as well. We think about any nation I, know people listen to this podcast and different countries around the world many maybe most from the United States? I just. Want us to be reminded from God's word. No matter what nation we live in and no matter how powerful that nation. May being or claim to be or be perceived to be. Is ultimately in the hands of. An instant everything could change. So. God We. Humble ourselves before you. As Your people in United States. And many other different nations. And we. Humbly confess acknowledged that you are lord and sovereign over. All nations that you hold the United States every other nation in the palm of your hand you raise and you make Lo, and you can do either one in an instant and so God. We pray that you would turn our hearts to you. God We pray just compelled to pray based on. Zeki Chapter? Twenty six for spiritual getting in my own nation in the united. States got we need you save us from ourselves. We have in so many ways turn from you so much that we have approved is displeasing to you dishonoring to you. We are not glorifying you in so many different ways to God reprieve for your mercy I pray for your mercy across. My pray for the spread of your grace and your mercy in the Gospel across my God I pray for that in the city where I live in greater Washington DC God please May Your Gospel Your grace, your mercy, your salvation spread among more and more and more people they more and more. Disciples we made. More and more people trust in you may more and more churches be planned to pray for this in greater Washington. DC, pray for this throughout the United States and whatever nation we might be praying from right now god, we pray for your mercy in our nation's we know that in instant you could lay it all low. And so we pray pray for humility before you pray for fear of you pray for this in our own hearts. We pray for this in the hearts of your people your church got pray for fear of you and humility before you in the hearts of government leaders. God We pray that you would turn many in our nation's to you by your mercy. Before we fall into deep her sinfulness and to. Deeper judgment. Pray this in Jesus name. Amen
"moab" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Player friendly and shared responsibility that people know and I think that the power shift has been dramatic, You know, and I think it's only going to get Mohr, you know from coaches. Coaches, you know who they vote for and where they lean and you know there's no right or wrong, but to express their feelings a lot more. Andi, I think the pandemic the one thing I'll say about that. The anxiety around the testing, you know, getting tested all the time. Different places can get results of different times. You know, it's just So many things and anxiety. I guess my last point Jim anxiety comes from when we don't know what the answer is. And that's the best part about going to a doctor because you can get a diagnosis. And and you don't have to accept the verdict, which you can get the diagnosis. We don't know the diagnosis right now. What's gonna happen with social justice is going to happen with with Ah. All these things going on, you know, within our culture. What are we going to get a vaccine? We have a flu vaccine, But we still have 50 60,000 deaths on a bad year with the flu vaccine. What does that mean? So I just think there's so many things for 18 year olds 30 year old 45 year old and then you're looking at it a lot through your own lens based upon how you've been raised and how you're Currently being conditioned. Trevor Moab is my guest does not mention that was kind of an open ended question. So I think it's a great job answering that he's been a little author. Not at all. But it's because it was so open ended and the book is called. It takes what it takes. He's the president of Moab Consulting Group Tribune. I have talked about this on my podcast, and you actually referenced this at the top of this conversation, the power of negative thinking. As compared to the power of positive thinking. You recently posted a video breaking down three levels of thinking. You have negative thinking. You are positive thinking you have neutral thinking. One of the points in the video is about the power again of negative thinking and how that we can weaponize that against ourselves. So when it feels like that everything around us is so negative. Nothing but native news. How do we avoid giving into the negative thinking? How do you flip that on its head? How do you stop from thinking negatively? Yeah, I think the one thing you have to concede is you're not going to stop from thinking negatively, you know, And you know, I've been in eight national championship games with five different teams or season three different teams. And you know you're with these guys, You know, take football suffered from health, You know, which is obviously much different, but it's okay. You know your.
Out of Chicago IN-DEPTH!
"Able to the back to another episode of this week in photo. I. Am your host Frederik van Johnson today. I'm sitting down with my friend and fellow Chicagoan Mr Chris Smith Chris and I. Talk about the latest out of Chicago Conference and how that win is pivot virtual all that stuff, and then how how he's planning to move forward in the future amidst this whole sort of sea change in the conference space. Chris. Math. Welcome to the show man how you doing. I'm great. Thank you Frederick great to be here. Thank you very much. Is Good to have you on man I'm excited to chat with you for a lot of reasons, some of which will become clear during this conversation but Yeah, that's a cliffhanger. So. Say to chat with you so. For the folks that may not have heard of out of Chicago the conference, what is out of Chicago give us the quick. Elevator Pitch Origin Story of that conference. Sure. So out of Chicago originally was my blog like I think has been like eleven or twelve years now but eventually, we started doing conferences in Chicago. This would have been the seventh annual get together conference downtown Chicago where was this eighth year I don't know but but that was what we did for a long time and then. You know we've. Seen over the years that coming in person all the way to Chicago because people would come from around the country around the world to it that we found that it's better to go. To the destinations where people want to shoot. So we've started now our conferences are around the country we're going to MOAB and Acadia National Park this year and Death Valley next year. So all sorts of different places and really have gotten a little bit away from doing the downtown out of Chicago Conference. But this year we did it online instead and it was fabulous and basically the response we got from everybody was don't go back to how you did it before this is awesome that we can do it. In our pajamas from home, and then you know just just get to see all the general things because because originally the conference was kind of all different. Genres I mean you've been an instructor in the past and we would have portrait people Lindsay Adler, we would have people you know doing landscape we had kind of everything lots of street photography, and now instead it's like, okay, we're GonNa go to the botanic. Garden. And we're just GONNA do flower and garden photography or we're going to like I said, Acadia National Park and when we're doing. Landscapes in creative nature photography. So so that's kind of how we've changed. But yeah, everything's totally different for everyone now right. So yeah. So everything's really changed the last couple of months. Yeah, and it's sort of it's a I. think that change was coming anyway you and I've had offline conversations sort about the state of the of the photo conference in Education Online Education Industry and how that's converging and The old school conferences are the attendance was going to getting lower and lower, and now after this latest adventure with co vid Can't conferences are getting getting canceled and moving online much like yours did yours was able to pivot a lot easier than some of those bigger conferences in my from my external opinion. And you correct me if I'm wrong largely because you'd already built sort of this next generation conference that wasn't, Hey, come check out these massive array of boats that that people spend gazillions of dollars on. Downstairs go to the education. You're kind of flip that on its head. Can you talk about that a little bit sure. So I mean when we decided to run our first photography conference, we were running it and I had never been to a photography conference before I'm like, I don't know what would you do it a photography conference well, you'd go out and shoot. You'd get to hang out. With the you know all these people that you follow online, it's like a really great networking opportunity and yeah, we'll teach them classes too but it was really different especially like a set like eight years ago most places like you come you watch one lecture then stay in watch another lecturer then watch more and go home or whatever, and then go to the trade show or whatever. So What we built was really based around shooting, and so we did a lot of the street photography and the downtown architecture photography in Chicago but. But by switching it that way, it made it a whole lot easier to go virtual. Well, that's kind of ironic because we're doing the shooting but it we didn't have this huge big infrastructure behind. We're just a very small company. I have a few people to help me run it and they're awesome by the way and. Is. A great team that I have and and we were able to it was unbelievable when this all hit and we didn't cancel another conference. We weren't planning on doing this normal out of Chicago conference. We were going to do something that was just architecture. which we weren't able to do of course but. But instead. We said. We've got all these instructors. We had seventy instructors at the thing I said I've got a list of. All these people we could email them immediately, we can ask, Hey, do you WanNa do this while in the best part of it was that they were all stuck at home and so they're like, yeah, I got nothing better to do. So all these years. Yeah. All were like excited about it and I mean it was really it was really meant as something that we wanted to do. But it was also a benefit foot benefit for our instructors who had to cancel all of their workshops I mean, that's I mean that's their livelihood is going around the world teaching, and so we did this instead to help you know cover some of those costs for them that they that they're
"moab" Discussed on X96
"Broadcasting live from our homes. You can see us. The next 96 dot com slash live on our split screen radio from hell TV. Ah, and it's going to be this way. I honestly can't see an end to it. Not I get asked that all the time when you was going to go, Bob generally made some. You know, I can't. I can't see an ending. Right now, as I look down the down the road and look, I got the vaccine. Look, there we go. All right, Eso. We'll continue to do this. A CZ. We have been for how many weeks now? 17. I think it's 1722 23 days, something like that. Which is a drop in the bucket compared to motor to the number of shows we've done, but that's true. We're coming up on our 7500 episode show. Sometime in early September, and I'm going to figure out online way to celebrate that because we can't have a party. All right. Well, let's is this a sponsored featured you? Yes. Stay and play with Broadway X 96 is giving away a beautiful drive away trip to the incredible Red Cliffs Lodge in Moab, Joy rafting, hiking, horseback riding in the stunning red cliffs of Moab. Is the next 96 dot com to win best question of the week Or just, you know any question of the week to send us a question. It doesn't matter what it's about. Sent us a damn question, okay?.
The Grand Canyon
"Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the Whitest Canyon in the world and located in Arizona which also happens to be my home state. It's also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon is two hundred seventy seven miles long up to eighteen miles wide in over six thousand feet deep in places. It's very colorful a combination of reds browns whites and many other colors because each of the different layers or strata were formed at different times during the Earth's history. The Earth is very very old so the Grand Canyon is made up of different rocks from its two billion year old history early on the Grand Canyon was actually a mountain which overtime sunk down until it was flat. Then is the earth shifted. It became a canyon and over a very long period was even underwater. Eventually a river started flowing through the Canyon which is now known as the Colorado River. The water in the river was full of rocks. So over. Millions of years the river acted like sandpaper. Shaving down the canyon this is called erosion today. When you look at the Grand Canyon you can see the different layers in it similar to a layered cake. Some of the layers are white. Limestone other layers are filled with shells from was underwater and the upper layers are dark and reformed by a volcano after the Grand Canyon was formed into what it looks like today around three thousand years ago native people who now call the ancestral publians live near the Grand Canyon. They built homes out of stone and farmed corn squash and beans. They made carvings and paintings on Canyon walls which is one way we know they live there. Another group who lived there were called the co Nina for the ancestors of the modern Yuma Havasu Pie and who a lot by people who still live around the Grand Canyon. The native people call the Grand Canyon. Cab which means mountain on its side. The ancient people believed the Grand Canyon was a holy place and often visited for miles around to experience. It's wonder after Europeans discovered the new World Francisco Vasquez Coronado and a group of Spanish explorers were in the area. Searching for the fabled seven cities of Cipolla in fifteen forty Coronado ordered captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas and. His soldiers to explore the area they and their Hopi native guides where the first European to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon. They were amazed at its size and fastness. Two hundred years passed until another European visited the canyon in seventeen seventy six to Spanish priests Francisco Dominguez and Sylvester de Escalate into explored southern Utah and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the eighteen fifties. They were followed. By Jacob Hamlin a Mormon explorer sent by Brigham Young to find a way to cross the river. They made friends with the WHO a lot by tribe and found the crossing discovered by the Spanish priests which later became Lee's ferry. A theory is a place where a flat boat helps wagons and people cross the river then in eighteen sixty nine major John. Wesley Powell led the first expedition down into the Canyon. He had set out to explore the Colorado River and the Canyon. They wrote down the river on a boat and survived the dangerous rapids and finally ended up in what is now known as MOAB UTAH. John Wesley Powell later became famous for the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. In one thousand nine hundred three. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon and marveled at its beauty. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his love of nature and spent much of his time outdoors in the Grand Canyon. He did everything he could to help. Preserve its natural. Wonder he worked to make it a national monument and believe places like the Grand Canyon should be preserved so people all over the world can enjoy it. All Roosevelt was president. He formed the National Parks Association to help. Save places like the Grand Canyon today. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in the world with about five million visitors every year. Who come from all over to see and explore it. Most people just come to look out over the vast canyon. I've been there a few times with my family. It's about a four hour. Drive from US where we live near Phoenix Arizona. The last time I went we brought our foreign kids who also looked out over it in awe. We had to hold them close to us because the canyon is a very steep drop below which made us very nervous. When I was in high school our family and a group of other families hiked down into the part of the canyon known as Havasu Pie. We drove there early in the morning and had all of our camping gear and food loaded onto the back of mules. Then we hiked about four hours down into the Canyon at the bottom of the trail. The huge picturesque Havasu falls. You can swim at the falls. Jump off cliffs and hike further into see and swim in the waterfalls. Our trip was very fun but took a turn for the worse when one of the days I slept on Iraq and twisted my ankle pretty bad the next day we were supposed to hike out so my close friend. I got up early and started hiking. I live most of the way. Even up the steep switch-backs. It was a rough hike out but the waterfalls and swimming holes made it worth it anyway along with hiking people take helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon love to raft the Wild Colorado River. They also take horseback tours down into the Canyon. And it's very popular. Hike it from Rim Durham. By sisters in their friends. Do this recently. Another main attraction is the Grand Canyon. Skywalk which lets you walk on a glass bottom path out over the canyon so you can look at the drop far
"moab" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"With this and more Moab Utah they they then how are you fine thank you good how can I help pleasure to speak with you I have a car loan that were about three thousand dollars upside down on him my wife is apprehensive about selling the car because then we won't have a card to show for it and have a three thousand dollar loan I told her we could buy a beater temporarily just but because of our location we do want slash need something reliable because it helps our location we live far from a lot of places and and in traveling is is sort of a necessity yeah you have one hundred one vehicle we do have one vehicle yes okay and what do you owe on your car twelve thousand okay and what's your household income household income is about seventy five thousand you have any debt other than your house and this call it credit card debt at about sixteen thousand no I don't think games are your car okay I don't think it's a I don't think it's the problem cut up your credit cards tonight would be a good idea I did that two weeks ago yeah Hey we're on track yeah I think the two of you get on a budget and say we have eighteen thousand dollars in debt you said you make seventy five seventy five yeah you make seventy five we have eighteen if I look at eighteen of seventy five I think that sounds like a one year deal to me beans and rice rice and beans note no life and all that traveling you been doing probably not happen traveling is is the sense of the Solano just to include him yeah you're you're in a very very remote situation I understand I'm joking with you but my point is you know we're gonna spend as little as we can possibly spin so that eighteen out of seventy five.
"moab" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Head south to Moab Utah continue on the great north American test drive run with us on a John Deere Gator excuse me a thirty five with our quietest cab ever end optional heating AC and a four wheel independent suspension it's built to run where no one else can nothing runs like a Deere search John Deere Gator for more previous stories on the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom here's Jim done these W. B. S. M. news fifteen year old girl has been arrested on murder charges in fall river fall river police responded to a Johnson street apartment last night in upon arrival found sixty eight year old in a vast was suffering from multiple stab wounds a fifteen year old girl who had recently been living in the apartment with fast wasn't her grandson was taken into custody last night and formally charge of murder this morning Basque was was pronounced dead at trial the Memorial Hospital last night you better be oral candidate Richard Tyson poultry does not support the row act on the theory Richard show Moultrie said he would not have signed a letter with other Massachusetts mayor supporting the controversial bill which would take away parental consent requirements for teenagers seeking an abortion among other measures it's more about how you as a parent you as a grandparent US and he was an uncle are involved in the lives of those kids that you're so worried about if you believe that legislation is going to do a better job of raising your child then you can you're probably already in the wrong spot last week incumbent mayor John Mitchell doing fifteen other mayors across the Commonwealth and signing a letter calling on lawmakers to advance the bill Mitchell is not yet reply to a request for comment by W. B. S. some news on the support of the row act Elizabeth Warren ed Markey you're joining senators of other New England states to urge the federal government to do more to prevent young people from vaping the group of senators had asked the US department of health and Human Services to advance policies to prevent young people from becoming addicted to a chronic cigarettes the signatories also include Democrats from Rhode Island Connecticut and Vermont in residence in and around this corner and dark but there's still dealing with underground intimidation discovered on their properties in twenty eighteen the Massachusetts department of environmental protection has been working with residents on soil testing and clean up efforts in according to state Rep Chris marquis there's some good news the beauty of what they've done so far as they do not believe any drinking water is affected in any way from even the wells if tested the water they've tested the the soil around the world and they're very comfortable with that Markie told W. B. assumes Chris McCarthy that he's working with the D. E. Peter find creative ways to pay for the cleanup including bring in the federal government to help in sports Tom Brady picked apart the Redskins in a thirty three to seven win as the patriots remain undefeated through five weeks Brady pass Brett Farr to take the third place spot on the all time passing yards list behind drew Brees and Peyton manning was seventy one thousand nine hundred twenty three and counting the pats have limited time to rest up for a Thursday night football match up against the giants in the brown stick on the forty Niners on Monday Night Football tonight fourteen twenty W. B. S. M. carrying the game.
"moab" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"What happens arches national park is right outside of Moab Utah is so the campaign bought him just. a lot of tourists one point one million visitors a year to one point seven million and now my web is pretty much over runs up the sad story of Moab right now so when you say it's been over run that means what for like local resources of the folks who live there yeah I know you've been there and so is put in a few years but Moab of the town of like five thousand people very quaint is in the shop these towering beetle clubs and is always been kind of a laid back place for mountain biking in and four wheel and. but now it's kind of like Disneyland lose three million people a year ago tomorrow. the little main street it can take an hour to get from one tell the to another on a busy you know fourth of July weekend for example restaurant reservations if you offer breakfast lunch dinner on a weekend good luck you're gonna be waiting maybe as long as an hour housing prices are going out of sight because a lot of people turn the rentals and Airbnb is and the other workers are being forced to live like you know miles out of town and trailers and even campsites and so it's really your Moab is just to me it's just business tourist central right now Jim Carlton reporter at the Wall Street journal is written piece about how parts of Utah been overrun by tourists now who want access to those great national parks there listen I with all due respect to the the Utah of. marketing campaign I find it hard to believe that that's what it's all about it's got to be some social media affect in there to write with people just wanted to go to be able to excel fees in places like Moab. that's exactly right so what happened is is really kind of a case of a perfect storm they have this actually all from campaign called the mighty five in the latest of these TV spots and and you've got a got a ton of generation yeah and and is also in the just it was just a beautiful and it made people really want to go to Utah but it was two thousand thirteen was stored at. two thousand thirteen slowly also one social media just order going through the roof and so these so people would hear about all my. then the hash tags to go out and buy.
"moab" Discussed on OUTDOORS SCOPED
"But if you're gonNA instagram you'll see this we will be left. Moab and we had had this crazy shit heaven so faith has suburban suburban you know she she bought it. She pays for it with our business. She sells road. NFL skin-care and she this is her baby and all I do is ride in it and pay for the insurance. She pays for everything else. Iraq right after we left. Moab a rock hit the windshield and cracked it. L. Put a picture up owning scream. I haven't yet I will if the wind chill hadn't been there that Rockwood hit me right between the eyes and kill me because because that's that was the trajectory it was on well. That was yesterday morning skipping ahead to yesterday evening right when we got into Idaho. I guess we were halfway through Idaho because we we went through. Idaho like a rocket sled on rails halfway through Idaho. Another truck throws up Iraq an I shit you not that a second rock impact you can see is about an inch and a half straight below the first one what are the odds of that. Let's be really. Let's think about the odds of that. I mean we were. We were thinking manifest. NFL another rock hits right there. It's coming through the windshield but you know I I was their second time. Faith was sitting there. We I mean we were just we were flabbergasted. I mean we were all just like Oh my God. I mean like you know you get that travel stupor. We were all awake after that and I and it's unbelievable. I can't even I can't even fathom what the odds were that that could happen twice in one day but so we let bad happened talked about traveling with kids on episode Twenty Eight and what a nightmare that can be what a blessing it can be at the same time. Let me let me tell you about the blessing part now. This is actually the nightmare part but I'm kind of making a joke. We leave Moab. We get about an hour. you know headed north towards PROVO and babies like Mommy. I have to go poop. I have to go poop. I have to go poop more like we can't stop anywhere. There's like the next town is like forty five minutes away. Let's go poop right now. Go poop right now. I gotta go poop right now was was she gets going. It's like you can't stop her like she will shit her pants and she'll ruin her clothes and the seat and we'll have to deal with that for the rest of the frigging vacation so we pull over and we say okay baby. If you say if you gotta go pooh-pooh then you go on the side of the road she said Okay discharged has no fear squats on the side of the road right next to the suburban and freaking dumps it off right there right there on the side of the interstate state so that was the second highlight. That's one of the blessings of traveling with children but we went to we went up through Provo. Don't ever move to Provo. Let me just tell you that right now. Don't move to Provo Utah not only is there a mind like right outside of the town or Corey quarrier. Something the wind was crazy blowing dust all over the town but there is a lake there. I think it's called Provo Lake. It's a shallow lake. It was like lime green is what it looked like from the interstate. It is the deepest part of it is fourteen feet. I mean it's a big surface. Area wise is a big ask sleek fourteen feet deep in the deepest point forcing fee. That's it so obviously that lake stays warm well. I drive by and I looked at it. I said there's nobody on that lake so that is a big lake and there's not one boat on jet skis or boats or anything and then faith in slade look it up real quick and it turns out they had a Algebra boom warning and they were telling people don't get on the lake because the dangerous algae is in bloom right now and it'll make you and your dog and everybody else and their grandmother six so state of buck off the lake so that's why there was nobody on the lake. I was like Oh that gives me the creeps. You know I mean a lake. That's like four or five hundred feet. Deep creeps me out less than a huge you judge talking surface area a huge lake all the surf. I surface area. That's only fourteen deep at the deepest point and stay so warm yeah. I got open. This Cup real quick stays so warm that it's full of fucking algae bloom and making people sick reminds me of when when I was a kid and the river would get so low and all those kids would dumb ass kids go swimming in the stagnant river and then you'd see on the news on San Antonio that some other person died because because they swam in the stagnant water and it was full of bacteria swim in that and you don't you don't get in that the water circulating stay the fuck out of it but anyway so I'm talking about a lot of potty right now for plotting to my talk but hey travel dog so you get Provo and then there's this quarry outside of Provo in the wind blowing so hard it's just like dust everywhere and then you not long after that you making Salt Lake City. I never been to Salt Lake City before and never seen the great salt lake still haven't seen the great Salt Lake. I saw like obey that comes off the lake north of Salt Lake City. I'm married a Mormon. I told you this last time I married a girl who was Mormon. Not Mormon anymore but I married a Mormon girl and so of course she wanted her whole life. She wanted to see Salt Lake City in the temple because if you don't know your history the Mormons in the early eighteen hundreds eight hundred eighteen thirties eighteen forties came through end settled old old big party Utah and took up residence outside of Salt Lake City Brigham Young came through and in some ways very forcefully took over Utah really and you know Salt Lake City has the the the temple the temple for the Mormon religion. They have you know. Zion's banks you know headquartered there I think and Byu Brigham Young University was over Mormons like you know Salt Lake City she is that she's nationally. That's where they go. Let's let's like their pilgrimage and so even though not Mormon anymore faith has always wanted to see the temple and and I gotTa admit I mean it's beautiful. The grounds the landscaping the architecture the size. You know everybody that's there. That's Mormons addressed I. They're all dressed up and well-groomed. You know I got real uncomfortable there. I mean I can be pretty sharp-dressed when it comes to court Gordon jury trials but for the most part you know I'm Kinda Harry. and don't like to wear a suit unless I have to go to work to sell for me being there with Eh pushed it a little bit but it is pretty cool. It's pretty impressive. so we saw the temple gall put some pictures on instagram is a big ask temple. I mean you don't even understand how big this thing is. It takes standing next to it and like I told you I got those wide-angle Lenses. I told you on episode twenty I got those wide-angle Lenses and his Alia Lia Wide Angle Lens did a kick ass job getting pictures of all of those buildings like the whole thing and and there's a disappearing pool in front of the Temple Disappearing Ledge you know and if you take a picture picture of that pool in front of the Temple and Winding Lens you can get the whole thing well just so happen when I was taking a shot. people get married there all day every day. it's every single day but I mean there were like four or five weddings going on just during the thirty minutes that we were there and they're out in front taking pictures pictures. You know it's Kinda cool that was neat to see but we're taking pictures in front of the disappearing edge pool. It's in front of the temple and I notice they're having a hard time getting angle and I was like hair. Put this on your phone clipped clipped it from my phone and put it on their phone and it was Kinda cool 'cause they wound up getting a bad ass picture of the bride and groom with the Whole Temple in the background that they would not have gotten had. I not been standing right there. So you know I it kind of amy. Feel good. You know I help somebody for the day that was my warm and Fuzzy and they were very appreciative so we we left there and aided chick-fil-a fillet then we sat in traffic for an hour and a half trying to get out of UTAH. If you WANNA see the Great Salt Lake which I heard smells really bad you have to drive to it from Salt Lake City. You know you can't see it from salt. Lake City you gotTA drive to it and we had to get to Butte Montana. What's what's been so he had to go through the rest of Utah and we had to go through Idaho and then we had to go up into Montana to get there to get here if you will and I was like there's no way we can you know we we gotta we gotTa move. I got a book it so have time to go drive to the lake especially we didn't because we wound up sitting in traffic but when we were sitting in Chick-fil-a we we we hadn't decided that we're GonNa come to you yet. We were kind of playing it by ear by the seat of our pants and it was like six thirty and I said Y'all got five hours in you and they were like yeah. I looked faith as you got five hours in you and she said Yeah I said let's go to Butte. It's five hours away and we can fish all day on Friday and then we can hope it to Swan Lake in glacier park a a by Canada the next day so that's what we did and trove all day yesterday after Salt Lake and into the night it again and this time faith and I were both awake and will we crossed the Border Idaho is. I know it was pretty bad ass. I mean it's beautiful awful. It's so much forming and ranching. I mean there are cows everywhere. These huge valleys like Montana and Idaho Idaho had these huge vistas like great big vistas. Big Sky's the the mountains. Don't don't like the mountains that are you seeing. Idaho really don't have forests on them the ones that I saw on fifteen one fifteen north. They're huge but you know it's not like they're. They're not like in Colorado where there's forests covering everything or up here and view you. You know a little further up you know there's forest covering the mountains that you see when you drive back into the canyons where where we were fishing today but but Idaho's beautiful you know I mean obviously they got potatoes and stuff like that but just bury green very lush it was a cool deal. It was neat to see Idaho. We stopped at a rest stop. That's all we didn't. We didn't do anything else nicest fucking rest stop I've ever been in my life. I'm not getting that rest was nicer than you know my house had literature everywhere that you could take for free very clean very well constructed very ECO friendly and the way it was set up was his very very I don't know it was a smart and into Montana. Roy Stop when we first got into Montana that rest.
"moab" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"So can you tell us a little bit about what that is? Yeah. For sure so transient tax is basically it's a hotel tax so yuko, and you stay and hotel in MOAB, you end up paying attacks for for staying in that hotel, and it's historically it's been a growing tax in this district, especially for for that area and for the area that I live in. But the state when they set it up they they created in the code. They it's a it's a tax that goes back to the counties, but they say that the county's can only spend one third of the tax on infrastructure, and they have to spend two thirds of the tax on marketing. The idea was that if the hotels are paying the tax than they should see some benefit from the tax. But the mistake was that the hotels aren't actually paying the tax you, and I are paying the tax, and it's a -ssume that a tourist has no impact on the space that they inhabit. Right. So like you go to MOAB you're going to use the toilet. And you're going to buy food, and you're gonna use the roads, and you're gonna walk on the trails, and you're going to really have an impact on the space that you can had it. Right. But if you if the community that supports you can't actually use the money that you're paying to mitigate the impact that you have disaster comes, and that's what's happened in a lot of these communities or excuse me in MOAB, specifically, they they had more money in transient room taxes at five million dollars in transient room tax than they did in property taxes. And so that means that there were literally like hundreds of thousands of people who are impacting their city without and the city was unable to actually mitigate the costs about impact because they had to spend had to spend. Three and a half million dollars on marketing, which I'm sure like you guys you you're in Chicago. Right. I am. Yeah. So he's in medicine. So you've probably heard of MOAB, right? Yeah. Moheb doesn't need is three and a half million dollars on on marketing, but they do need to spend the money on their infrastructure. What the huge deal like county should have should be able to just set a budget. That's my solution budget to say like, oh, we're we expect to receive X amount of dollars. And but we have these specific needs in our community. And so we're going to spend three fifths of the transient room tax on infrastructure this year. And what I see is why that's not just the specific to MOAB issue as our communities in this district move away from extraction..
"moab" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Eastern time you can call in and talk about whatever, you want, you. Don't, need to be listening to my voice some people aren't some people are listening in places around. The. United States including MOAB Utah yes and they may be, listening to us delayed broadcast and. So they call it in the business Yup MOAB recently out of the show a couple. Weeks ago Casey p. x.? Fourteen ninety? AM so thank you to? All of the, listeners out. There that are now hearing our voice wondering who are these, guys are you were you familiar with MOAB prior to You know them coming on board I have no. Clue where MOAB is in Utah I, am aware of that? But. As far as like where in the state. Nope I just know there is. The radio station I've been calling and program director a few months ago said we're actually looking at shaking some. Things up and Mohan is a special, little town it doesn't take tell self terribly seriously but it has sort of it punches above its weight as far. As. Its population size and that sort of thing okay I remember I took a trip across the United States in, one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and a van and Gotta. Stop off in MOAB it was it, was very pleasant it pretty uneventful for me generally I remember this bumper sticker I saw several times on my trip. Across. Nests out west I never saw it in in the east and it it said London Paris MOAB and the suggestion This is somehow. In the league of London Paris I think it was London. Paris New York MOAB and all right so there is. A Paris Texas, yes, that's, true there's probably London's. Yeah yeah There may or may not be New York other than New York City or, the? Stage, Manhattan, Kansas yes. Yes there is and I guess one of my my thought is just always have this warm pleasant, feeling about MOAB just like thinking about it and that's hard to get. For a town how many towns do you think of. In, think That's nice and that's what I. Think obviously you you didn't know much about it prior there. Aren't many towns that I spend my day thinking about well they pop into your head, and probably, think, nothing positive or negative about the town that popped into your head, or, often, if, we if, like, Sedona, Sedona, is. A nice place there's no doubt I spend. A. Little time there's. Beautiful supposed to, be the spiritual center as it. Were I don't know whether I don't know that's all up to you, and your experience Sedona but it's. It's it's got that very nice going on the number here is eight five five, four five zero three seven three three another option. For Collins is through our discord it you'll sound great by.
"moab" Discussed on X96
"I would add solutely win one thousand percent there's there's mr bolster president so let's see and then oh the fire and moab really horrible wildfire that ran county sheriff's deputies had just hustled shane tanglin away from a raging wildfire this was last night in moab and he looked over to where the fire wasn't watched flames consume the house where he's lived for forty decades for four decades he said i sat there and i watched it burned to the ground everything photographs birth certificates memories all gone my first car a pontiac g nineteen seventy pontiac gto was there and it's all up in flames i bought that car when i was fifteen his home was one of eight destroyed in tuesday's wildfire which took out two garages and a shop according to moab police chief jim winter dry conditions and wind and the fire just exploded started out as a just a just a i think a grass fire and then quickly spread to those eight homes now nobody was hurt but man what a horrible thing police salt lake city police are looking for a suspect who through a woman out of a second story window in an attempted staff who through a woman out of a second story window in an attempted stabbing did i do i need to say these things those think that attempted stabbing and throwing out of the window.
"moab" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"But i can only carry so much i don't i don't think i'm gonna switch oh okay i have no idea whether whether we have leading pipe for not lead pipes who knew you know i was just i was all happy happy clean water drinking dude and then i read this i'm sure that there's going to be a problem i'd have one by now bradley i have to tell you victoria sounded beautiful victoria canada is beautiful bad about seattle seattle's a dump just a zombie drug infested dump gut don't go there bradley my sister was driving home the other night from her singing engagements going fast on the selma louise road from the internet movie somewhere in louise deserted road and she hit a cow she hit a cow in the middle of nowhere wise a cow cow was there in the middle of nowhere i don't know what happened well she had to call the the moab utah police and took them awhile to come out and then they had to get permission from the owner to put the poor cow out of her misery and my sister had a wait the whole time listening to the poor and she felt terrible and she says she'll probably drive slower on that road cow got loose i know we i don't know how they found the owners to i did so she was not injured i do you have this weird confidence gimme that gimme that steering wheel i will land this plane i should learn what the foot pedal does that was a foot pedal there i don't really know what that does was it a nice sunny day day or in the plane.
"moab" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Boby duffy of ipsos mori no to the story of a young man who survived a bamboozling a snake bite and a shark attack dylan mcwilliams took some time out from his misadventures put his feet up on a beach in hawaii and told us how it all happened to him rattlesnake by that was in moab utah about two years ago and i was just hiking in the mountains in moab and got bit by rattlesnake and just did everything i could to help myself to bill better and not i didn't get sick very much and then last year in july i was working at a summer camp in boulder colorado and i woke up to a bear govern the back of my head and pulling the out of my sleeping bag and dragging me across the crown and i just thought back this i could you know token in the eyes and punched in the face and ended up getting nine staples in the back of my head from that just on this last thursday here in kobe at a shipwreck speech i was surfing i was paddling out to the surf lineup and i caught one waves the first wave that since i've been here and as i was telling back out for another one i felt something hit my leg and started looking around and sell bunch of blood and saw shark underneath me and started kicking at it and swim into shores fast as i could.
"moab" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"Theories about before we want because we'd be talking about some bizarre cameras today from your perspective frank most photographers i would say probably ninety five percent of tigers out there they know how to use a camera the great taking pictures they have no idea what's going on under the hood you do does that affect how you approach photography it will knowing the mechanics and all of the theory in all of the stuff that goes on on the neath the skin of the camera i'm sure does in oh i know it does i don't probably think about it now because it's so second nature for me but it's there in the back we'll i it is there you know i do think about it for instance on doing a location job what's gonna be you know better to take for instance mechanically versus in trotting i mean the you know at a point when i did my own little photo adventure in in moab a few years back that's when the phase one system digital cameras coming out and i was like i didn't want to rely on battery power minute be in the middle of nowhere right electron ix and all this you know so basically that's when i discovered but put into the phase one back with my hossa blood v system and the results out of that were just incredible and everybody saw my images and what did he do you know i just processed the image digitally you know but nothing more than that and they realized that it was the combination of that those lenses and the digital back bringing those two together we got better results than everything being so optimized just for digital.
"moab" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Off at at his place and when i dropped it off the guys basically said hey you know what jeff the owner is going to be down in moab too i said oh great you know it sounds there's thousands of people down at our dow will run into them but if we do it'll be a lot of fun well we get there and they had called ahead and told jeff that we were going to be down there so jeff reaches out to me and said hey dave is there any chance you guys are going to be available on wednesday and if so let me know so i said you know what i'm sure we could we'll we'll figure something out so the first thing i want to talk to you about here is the power of who you know and your network so we went down there with the intent really of just renting razors for a couple of days and having fun out there and then also just do a lot of mountain biking but my son christians favorite thing in the world to do is drive a jeep and to be out there really experiencing that and so i wanna kind of the first topic here again is understanding the power of your network and for me i'd had the opportunity of working with jeff quite a bit on a whole bunch of things related offices to russell's jeep as well as to my son christians jeep but more important that i'd had the opportunity of talking to him about what good calls does and some of the things that might be value to him in his business so i didn't do it for any intent of trying to to get something out of it it was just more he was asking marketing ideas and suggestions and tips and things so i was just kind of given those him so the reason i mentioned this is wall were there he ends breach saying david would you mind coming out and going on a photo shoot with us and then you can take one of our gps and you and your family can just go out and have some fun with us doing some crazy fun exciting things will christian was is.
"moab" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You because you have a deficit people who have that positive proximity they go forward into the twentyfirst century and into life in green but isn't that more difficult in many towns across the country because the town is in the center of of an area of farms or uh perhaps housing developments but the town itself perhaps has ten residents and and budget shops yeah will hopefully admitted doctor's office there is well you know ideally there's something that can be worked out amana than asked that question a lot and on the density does matter but still pride matters and how you gather up kenneth find the gathering forces of what i call hometown pride unworldly welcome where you are proud of our you are an also feel welcoming to the world that's coming through that can be done anywhere what are some of the the shops in only places that are central to cull vein the kind of spirit we're talking about um well i there's this on i've noticed that cafes and not at in a cafe sound so um but but it's you know just a a place to get coffee but the coffee is good and ideally it at a place where you have one place where you can sit with a second run where people can set for a few hours and even have a meeting or poetry we adding are kind of stage their own insurrection those are really good and bars can be actually really wonderful to it's always nice if the town has a bookstore oh well enough that that that's the obvious not only didn't sorry if not obvious leonard but but in out there the bookstores the more conscious gathering spaces on you know you just looking at all those books than end talking to each other about books and ideas and suddenly you're town and yes those are very good for that one of the towns you mentioned his moab utah what makes that special you know they are a town of seven thousand and they get one point five million visitors a year from all over the world and and they have a tough time because when you know nature is your asset it's it's easy tat just have all your wears and later you know others servers and on the key chain sellers beat the main economy with their minimum wage and in out each still.
"moab" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Question a lot and on the density does matter but still pride matters and how you gather up kenneth find the gathering forces of what i call hometown pride in worldly welcome where you are proud of our you are and also feel welcoming to the world that's coming through that can be done anywhere what are some of the the shops in only places that are central to cultivating the con spare we're talking about well i there's this and i've noticed that cafes and not in a cafe sound so um but but it's you know just a a place to get coffee but the coffee is good and ideally it at a place where you have one place where you can sit with a second run where people can set for a few hours and even have a meeting are poetry meeting are kind of stage their own insurrection those are really good embarrassed kenedy actually really wonderful to it's always nice of the town has bookstore oh well in that that's the obvious not only didn't sorry if not obvious leonard by but in out there the bookstores the more conscious gathering spaces on you know you just looking at others books and then talking to each other about books in ideas and suddenly you're town at yes those are very good for that one of the towns you mentioned his moab utah what makes that special you know they are a town of seven thousand and they get one point five million visitors a year from all over the world and and they have a tough time because when you know nature is your asset it's it's easy ted just have all your waiters and waiter in other servers and on the key chain sellers beat the main economy with their minimum wage in in out each still and yet still molad has this character to.