35 Burst results for "North Coast"

"north coast" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"north coast" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"They have a little mini golf area. And which was the one that you stayed in. The hula manor country club. Got it. It was really pleasant, very relaxing. There's a man-made Lake that you can rent a boat and just go roll out. And the advantage is, it's about a $140 a night, which for a resort hotel with all those amenities is a pretty good price. One really original thing is that they have a windmill on site from the early 1800s. And the fun part is that you can access it, but you have to go ask permission from the windmill attendant and he will give you the key. And the key is about a foot long, made of iron. Like if you can imagine a foot long iron skeleton key. That you put into the lock and then once inside you can climb up to the platform and you have a really nice view of the surrounding area, the bar shoes, the pastures, the forests. It was definitely worthwhile getting the key in going up. Okay. And you're in the national park now, so you're on the north coast in between rockware and tollin..

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Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 8 months ago

Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage

"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our

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"north coast" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"north coast" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Whisky. You haven't finished yet. Backwards some sell at be obey but i- spelled b obi A big difference. nice nice. Well thank you so much for joining us today thanks. Today's episode is a burrito takeover of wait for it north coast brewing company and lovely fort bragg california. Can you believe this is the first time we're doing this. There's a fort bragg in california after It's really is. This is a legendary burry. Yeah crazy and some of these styles have informed our judgment about so many others as we will be discussing in a minute in the sinoe coast. Yeah well good boy dave. Why don't you tell us a little bit about north coast. Okay i'm gonna read like kendall here we go. I notice when you go to north coast. Brewing company's website is very coaching phrase. Making the world a better place one pint at a time still not deep enough once you get inside you'll see. They are proud of several things. They've been an independent craft brewery since nineteen eighty eight when they started out brew pub in fort bragg they're committed to philanthropy and sustainable -bility and the solid lineup of beers has earned them over one hundred awards and both a national and international level. Woohoo yeah that's almost as many awards. we've won. Well reverend mark. Why don't you give us the lineup for today. The glad to the north coast brewing beers that will be tasting and discussing today are old stock. Ale ole rasputin scrimshaw pills. Ner brother thelonious belgian style. Abbey ale the tart. Cherry berliner vice prankster belgians. Try spelling when you're drunk prankster. Making fun of reading golden nail. We all know that one and of course the one that dave drinks all the time foggy day app. You guys are thanks forever..

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"north coast" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"north coast" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Eighteen fifteen. Napoleon finished waterloo. I a young frenchman by the name of august for now was in the army his going back to his home. On the north coast of france enormity passes through paris arrigo is friends with for nels uncle Who's the head of the cold dubose are at the time anyway for now is already interested in certain things in light new talks to arrigo arrogant tells them a few things for nell goes home for now is a brilliant experimental. He observes things and he's a very good mathematician calculates things. He writes something up he sent to our ago. Arrigo looks at it and arrigo says to himself. I can use this. To get back at beale. He brings for nell to paris. Set him up in a room at the observatory where arrigo go for fornell to continue his work. Paper after paper comes out undercutting everything be o. Had done what is it about jealousy and just envy that could be an engine of creativity and productivity versus. I can einstein where it seems like not. I don't know which one is better. I guess it depends on the personality. Both a useful engines and science. Well in this particular story it's Maybe even more interesting because fornell himself the young guy he knew would arrigo was doing with him and he didn't like it he didn't wanna get with. He wrote his brother. Said i you know. I don't wanna get an argument would be just want do my stuff. Yeah arrigo is using him. But it's because our ago kept pushing him to go into certain areas that stuff kept coming out Egos beautiful okay but back to New disappointed things on ask but sort of. Let's say since we're on the lights and the the topic of drama. Let me ask another drama question. Why was newton a complicated man. Ricky news today. This is like f right complicated. His brain structure was different. I don't know why he had a complicated young life. As we've said he had always been Very self contained in solitary..

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Tropical Depression Fred Is Approaching Florida

One Life Radio

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Tropical Depression Fred Is Approaching Florida

"Is making his way toward Florida from the north coast of Cuba. We also have tropical storm watches out for a good portion of the Southwest Florida coast, and odds are good that those watches and warnings will be expanded northward. Dennis felt good at the National Hurricane Center says he expects the system to strengthen into a tropical storm. By the end of today or early tomorrow. America's

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The Dixie Fire Continues to Rage

Morning Edition

01:14 min | 11 months ago

The Dixie Fire Continues to Rage

"The Dixie Fire continues to rage. It's now the largest single wildfire in California history and has burned more than 505,000 acres. Is still threatening at least a dozen small communities. It's destroyed 1000 buildings, many of them homes, Cal Fire chief Tom Porter says almost a month after the fire broke out, there are new challenges on the horizon. The concern we have going into the next few days is another bout of monsoonal moisture coming up through Southern California. Turning into dry lightning potentially through this area and all the way to the north coast of California and then into Oregon, Washington as well, Porter says. The conditions are so dry that a single blade of grass can be a mission point. After 29 days, battling the Dixie Fire Containment stands at just 30%. With thousands of firefighters fighting blazes in California officials have decided to close down the Trinity Alps Wilderness area until November. That's a popular vacation spot with more than half a million acres of granite peaks lakes and trails. In a statement, Forestry officials say they can't spare the aircraft and personnel needed to track down lost or endangered hikers. They also hope the move will help prevent new fires from igniting in

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"north coast" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"north coast" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"From cheap wine better dot com coming to day in a wintry kind of mood here in chicago. I forget snow and then a day or two. We're going to get cold down to single digits and waited till february to do all the students kinda got through the first winter pretty much easy but we're all in warranty in any anyway so there. We go today expensive wine. But a good one tribunal northcoast redline red len twenty thousand nine hundred ninety nine at trader. Joe's this is a wind trader. Joe's has had a while. We did the first review and the two thousand eight venage and i actually put a link in the review. We did today. To the twenty. Ten niche i happened to have this wine and eight vintages. The wine that there's there's a little bit of history here back in the late. Two thousands of wine called prisoners or red blend and it was the rage it sold out every year. They would have release parties and back in those days. I don't know if everybody remembers. Pasta is was all the rage big told spicy winds at the winemakers. Try to push the envelope on each and every time that'd be bigger happy folder and still somehow have balanced and they just went for and prisoner was big bold modern wine but with a little bit more of a california cool. Yeah what had all those flavors but it was. It wasn't it was just chilling out. It was crazy and it didn't follow the rules didn't do the porto styled and do the rhone valley style didn't follow any rules. It was a new wine. A new red blend and it was hugely successful and there was a lot of competitors to knock offs because it was based on really ripe juicy flavorful grapes and california's full those things from the north coast. North coast is sonoma's napa mendocino lake county solano and the mayor thick last. Who don't have that much wind going on but the first four big big online. It's from fancy wine areas but you could get competitors could get good ripe red grapes in california at split. California candidate did so there was a slew of prisoner I don't know if you wanna call knock ops in the style of down for this one because this is really good tasty. The red solid red wine. The funny thing isn't swing ten years. This is more normal nowadays wine kind of especially value press one of went into big bolden flavorful but not too much anything still haven't balanced and that's what this does but the day semi radical that was People don't do they didn't know you know the the old school guys are up in arms but still going is still good still drinks great. Oh this is a trader joe's but it's made by vintage wine group grew by thanking is put. I put a linked. There's there's they do a bunch of wines that you've probably had before they've been making a trader joe's for going on twelve years and keeping the price the same at least close as i can recall so that's pretty good. This is a this is a good read. What if you want a good red blend. That's got some a little bit of complexity a little bit of boldness to a little bit of body to it a little bit of texture to the tannin's and the spice get a little bit chewy the entertainer. Yeah i mean you know you can pay more but you can't get better. You know saying this is a good wine. Good wine doesn't matter what it costs. And there's one hundred fifty dollars right lines or good ones. And there's the i don't like to go. Yeah that's better because it costs more now. I think it's better because they did for less. So that's me Dave from Cheap wider dot com. I think i got a I think i'm going to do another vintage for seco- For valentine's day. 'cause i'm thinking more people are familiar with for seco- than they are with payment. It really comes down to it and vintage something new or something. That's not quite happened. All the time for seco- so that's it for me jeep. Stay warm audio. Stay safe. And i'll be talking to you bye-bye..

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"north coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"north coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hey, FBK. Welcome back. Welcome back. We have will bear on the line talking about the refuge trying first, though, as we try to do approximately an hour before it happens. Let me give you shooting times. For today on the North Coast. It's 6 49 the Klamath Basin 6 41 Colusa is 6 36 the bay Area 6 34 Sacramento 6 32 and lost banister 6 24 Good morning will bear What are you doing? Good. How are you Get doing great. Just out here. A lot of my friends north. Hey, I want to tell you something. Uh, you know, we talked about this. Three weeks ago, four weeks ago. You know, the department has a website that everybody can go on. They can see the previous week's results on all the refugees. Well, aside from the you know, kind of the standard for the refugees is little dry Creek. Everybody wants to know what happened at Little Dry Creek. They are absent without leave. Whoever the refuge manager is there and I think he runs a couple of is not doing his job at all. I mean, this is a consistent thing, and then the pattern has spread. It's like a disease. There's 34 refugees on this list. 16 did not report this week. That's 47%. Of the people they're supposed to be doing a job for the department are not doing it. Yeah, I don't know. I don't fit staffing issues, and it hasn't been that good. So I think I think most guys just from talking that it doesn't Well, you're babying. Not being not good is also part of the news, though. I mean, you know what I'm saying? I mean, if you're gonna put it up there and have the page, and nobody gets any decks and put down nobody gets any ducks, But if you're supposed to do it don't just blow it off because it looks like you don't care. And I'm sure that's the case in some places. Yeah, that might be anyway. Yeah. I don't see them pretty bad or right about in the big moon. And just think news coming on, actually here, And here's what I'm gonna do. You know, Of course, that was a non refuse you doing that big north wind. Um, so see, Maybe some bird's got moved around the valley and that big North wind and You know, See what happens this weekend. You know, uh,.

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On the Origin of English

Lexicon Valley

13:10 min | 1 year ago

On the Origin of English

"So here is the basic story. The idea is that germanic goes back to some original language. We call it proto germanic. We can't know what it speakers would've called it. There was this original language that became german and english and swedish et cetera and that would have been spoken probably in that little neck of denmark or maybe a little southwards of that in. Let's say about five hundred bc. So that's where proto germanic would have started in the meantime there's a thesis that that language was profoundly impacted by invading or at least imposing people from the near east people from way down where there is today lebanon and syria and israel specifically it would be the phoenicians. The phoenicians were one of many people in that region and they would have spoken a semitic language. I e a language related to what we know today as hebrew and arabic and if we wanna go. Further afield aramaic and cross the red sea. And it's i'm hurric- in ethiopia. But they spoke of semitic language and we know what they spoke because they wrote it down because they actually were the first people who grabbed the alphabet when it was very quietly and scrap invented probably by mercenary soldiers in egypt. The finishes took it and made into something that they use. Basically to write down business related things they want writing epochs. They weren't writing the grapes of wrath. But they were writing and so the phoenicians are the ones who end up spreading the alphabet throughout the world. In any case more to the point the phoenicians were big travelers. they did not like to stay home. The phoenicians started ruling the roost. They were probably in about eleven hundred bc and they didn't just stay there they sailed. They traded they got themselves around what was then considered by people like them the world throughout the mediterranean they keep on going westward and of course once you get out to where there's no more land while you might start going up into like spain and they kind of around the coast they traded. They brought things back. They were great intermediaries now in the middle east. They had their cities like like tire and blows or carthage. That you hear so much about on the north coast of africa that is phoenician or punic territory but they sailed and you know there is evidence that they sailed not only to roughly spain and portugal. Which is what we have absolutely concrete evidence for them doing but as evidence that they kept going and they went all the way up to northern europe and past. What's now germany. And they actually would have gone all the way to that part of denmark. One little piece of evidence is that they got people. Amber got some amber in greece. If you've got some amber and what is today lebanon. While the amber as often as not from up in that baltic northern european region they had a lot of amber amber is pretty. I think amber is preserving bits of dinosaur tales and insects and things like that but also just gorgeous you kind of want to bite it. Big amber trade. Well they always seem to have it. We'll have they get it. Well it would seem that. They had some sort of connection to northern europe. That in itself doesn't mean that they sailed all the way up there and got it because there were ways of trading amber just a cross the european continent but the fact that they had so much amber is one of a great many things. It's like the spokes in a wheel. An argument is about various things that all seem to point in the same direction. What about that amber. But more to the point it's about the language what is wrong with manic. Why is it so odd. Well what is this case that these people came from the near east and sailed all the way up around your understand. What the thesis is. The idea is that speakers of phoenician settled in somewhere in this part of denmark and there was long-term settlement where speakers of this phoenician and speakers of this thing we called proto germanic mixed to the point that many people were basically speaking proto germanic in phoenician to an extent this is what we linguists call language contact theory. The idea being that proto germanic ended up being really stamped by this other way of being a language because there would have been these settlements where venetians ruled the roost and their language seemed to be the cool one and it was the one that people switch to so the proto germanic ended up being profoundly affected it kind of wanted to be cool and became more like venetian. What's the evidence that that happened given that. There is no archaeological evidence. Partly because what would have been the shore back then has since become underwater. So we can't really dig up wear. The settlements probably would have been well. One of the things is words. So as i said so many words in germanic languages don't trace back. They just pop up all of a sudden it's about one in three and that's a conservative estimate. Now some of the experts. Just don't give a damn about that. And they have other things to do. They have bigger fish to fry in that as perfectly understandable. Sometimes you just don't give a damn you know what i don't care about. For example i do not care about outer space. I remember when there was the apollo landing and everybody was so excited and they actually rolled in a little black and white. Tv into my classroom. We were supposed to watch. I didn't care. I'm more interested in what's going on here astrophysics. I respect it. But i do not care about saturn

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Hurricane Iota batters Central America

The Takeaway

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Iota batters Central America

"Devastating devastating devastating devastating devastating devastating hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes have have have have have have pummeled pummeled pummeled pummeled pummeled pummeled Central America on November 3rd hurricane at the first struck Nicaragua and then made its way to Honduras and Guatemala. According to the Red Cross. More than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane. Then this week, another hurricane Hurricane iota made landfall in Central America delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in Central America, but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covert 19. Joining us now to talk about what's happening on the ground is Jeff EARNS two freelance journalist based in Honduras. Jeff Thanks for being with us For having me. So what are conditions on the ground in Honduras right now? Right now. Much of Honduras is underwater, particularly in the Northwest Sula Valley region, which is home to about two million people, and it's really the economic motor. Of the country, So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging it is. Given that roughly 40% of the GDP or more is produced in this region, but really after iota we have much more widespread damage. A lot across the whole country was a much larger storm. So just particular across the North Coast and and the West, there's still rising waters in some parts. We've lost a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure. There's many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck Nicaragua before going through Honduras and Guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries? With a to it was damaging. But it went through a pretty lowly populated area of Nicaragua. But iota was so much larger. That it really hit harder in Nicaragua, and even the winds were harder to sew. In Nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital, Managua. And south of it to Nicaragua's pretty devastated this 0.2. You've been reporting on this region in Honduras for awhile have how have the government's responded to efforts on the ground? The government's response has been heavily criticized ahead of eight actually scheduled this special holiday for that week week in in order order to to try try to to Remote Remote domestic domestic tourism tourism and and stimulate stimulate the the economy, economy, which which has has been been really really hit hit hard hard by by the the cove cove in in 19 19 pandemic, and there was a clear reticence by the government to Cancel that vacation, so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders, which led Tens of thousands of people in completely caught off guard being and then ended up getting trapped on the roof, some for as many as five days. And, of course, That led to two more deaths, which we really don't know how much yet because the water Has never been able to fully received from eight to before We got hit by iota, so there's really clear negligence by the government here and then in terms of responding They're completely overwhelmed by it. And they clearly unprepared and there's a real question of how they're spending. Their resource is the government just a year ago. Just from Israel. This Folks from war and yet their emergency response unit doesn't have the boats necessary to go to the healthy, strong currents that was seen from the footing in order to rescue people. Until the water gets down. The people are very upset, definitely more than ever with with the government and this could definitely lead to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability Could also sperm or migration out of the region. Is that right? Coming towards where? There That's the United States are moving towards Mexico or other places this people try to survive. Absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans that looks like they're planning for January, most of them whether or not that materializes. There's just no doubt we're going to see it another tick in migration over the next year, particularly As Kobe 19 travel Strick Shins are eased. I took so many people already. Particularly the young people who just see no opportunity. They have no work, and now they've lost everything. They really have nothing to lose, and they see migrating as the quickest way to be able to help their families to rebuild and and recoup everything they've lost. United States government has limited at least one of the Trump administration migration from many of these countries. At the same time, it's asked many Central American countries to help it with its asylum policies. Has the U. S government sent any aid? To these countries as they struggled to deal with the blows from these hurricanes. The lack of leadership from the U. S. Following this crisis is really Shocking. There's been no word from the State Department or from the White House, other than U S aid, which is down here most recently after Iota they designated $17 million to the region. Half of which is going to Honduras and then Also the U. S. Military, based on here has been a source of rescue missions, which has definitely been very helpful. But $17 million We're talking about billions and billions of dollars in damage. And really in 1998 when Hurricane Mitch hit, which is the worst natural disaster in center America To date, it was US leadership that mobilized support from the global community. And that is completely lacking at this point. President elect Biden has expressed his concern and support for the region, so there's hope that when he takes office He will take up that traditional leadership role of the U. S. To help one of its neighbors will be watching to see how this pans out. Jeff earns two freelance reporter based in Honduras. Thanks for being with us and stay safe. Thanks for having me

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Iota still a threat after killing dozens in Central America

The Takeaway

07:16 min | 1 year ago

Iota still a threat after killing dozens in Central America

"A set of devastating hurricanes have pummeled central america on november third hurricane bertha. I struck nicaragua and then made its way through honduras in guatemala. According to the red cross more than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane and then this week another hurricane hurricane iota made landfall in central america delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in central america but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covid nineteen joining us. Now to talk about what's happening on the ground is jeff ernst a freelance journalists base in honduras. Jeff thanks for being with us after having me. So what are conditions on the ground in honduras right now right now. Much of honduras is is underwater Particularly in the northwest soula valley region which is home to about two million people and putting the second largest in honduras and pedro soula as really the motor of of the country. So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging is given that roughly forty percent of the gdp or more is produced in this region but really After i iota we have much of a widespread damage Across the whole country was a much larger storm so just particularly crest the north coast and the west. They're still a rising waters. Some parts We've last a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure and as many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck nicaragua before going through honduras and guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries with evita it. It was damaging but it went through a pretty lowly populated area of nicaragua but iota so much larger that it really hit harder in nicaragua. And even the wins were harder to so nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital of managua and south of it so nicaragua's pretty devastated this point. You you've been reporting on This region in honduras for awhile have. How have the government's responded to effort on the ground. The the government's response has been heavily criticised ahead of eight to actually scheduled the special holiday for that week. In order to try to promote domestic tourism and and stimulate the economy which has been really hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic and there was a clear reticence by the government to cancel that vacation and so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders which led to tens of thousands of people completely caught off guard been and then ended up getting trapped on the roads some for as many as five days and of course that led to more deaths which we really don't know how much yet because the water was never even able to fully recede from eight to before we got hit by iota So there's really some clear negligence by the government here and then with in terms of responding. They're they're completely overwhelmed By it and a complete clearly unprepared and missouri question of how they're spending the resources government just a year ago or just from israel this for war that really has has seen of her for country like and yet they're emergency response. Units doesn't have the votes necessary to be able to deal with the strong currents that we're seen from the flooding in order to rescue people in until the water gets down. Do people are very upset. Definitely more than ever with the government and and this could definitely to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability could also spur more Migration out of the region is that right coming towards A whether that's the united states are moving towards mexico or other places as people try to survive absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans That looks like they're planning for january most of them Whether or not that materializes There's just no doubt. We're going to see an uptick in migration over the next year particularly as covy nineteen travel restrictions are eased You know. I talked to so many people already particularly the young people Who just see no opportunity They have no work and now they've lost everything so they really have nothing to lose And they see migrating as the quickest way to be able to help to their families to rebuild and recoup everything. They've lost the united states government. has limited at least under the trump administration migration from many of these countries at the same time it's ass many central american countries to help it with its asylum policies Has the us. Government sent any aid to these countries as they struggle to deal with the blows from these hurricanes the lack of leadership from the us Following these crisis is really shocking. There's been no word from the state department or from the white house other than us aid which is down here. Most recently after i iota they designated seventeen million dollars through the region half of which is going to honduras and then also the. Us military base. Don't here has been a source of of rescue missions which has definitely been very helpful but seventeen million dollars when we're talking about billions and billions dollars damage and really in nine hundred ninety eight when hurricane mitch hit which was the worst natural disaster in central america to date it was. Us leadership that mobilized support from the global community and that is completely lacking at this point. president-elect biden has expressed is concerned and support for the region. So there's hope that when he takes office he will take that traditional leadership role of the. Us to help one of its neighbors. I'll be watching to see how this pans out.

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Hurricane Iota batters Central America

The Takeaway

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Iota batters Central America

"A set of devastating hurricanes have pummeled central america on november third hurricane bertha. I struck nicaragua and then made its way through honduras in guatemala. According to the red cross more than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane and then this week another hurricane hurricane iota made landfall in central america delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in central america but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covid nineteen joining us. Now to talk about what's happening on the ground is jeff ernst a freelance journalists base in honduras. Jeff thanks for being with us after having me. So what are conditions on the ground in honduras right now right now. Much of honduras is is underwater Particularly in the northwest soula valley region which is home to about two million people and putting the second largest in honduras and pedro soula as really the motor of of the country. So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging is given that roughly forty percent of the gdp or more is produced in this region but really After i iota we have much of a widespread damage Across the whole country was a much larger storm so just particularly crest the north coast and the west. They're still a rising waters. Some parts We've last a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure and as many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck nicaragua before going through honduras and guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries with evita it. It was damaging but it went through a pretty lowly populated area of nicaragua but iota so much larger that it really hit harder in nicaragua. And even the wins were harder to so nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital of managua and south of it so nicaragua's pretty devastated this point. You you've been reporting on This region in honduras for awhile have. How have the government's responded to effort on the ground. The the government's response has been heavily criticised ahead of eight to actually scheduled the special holiday for that week. In order to try to promote domestic tourism and and stimulate the economy which has been really hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic and there was a clear reticence by the government to cancel that vacation and so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders which led to tens of thousands of people completely caught off guard been and then ended up getting trapped on the roads some for as many as five days and of course that led to more deaths which we really don't know how much yet because the water was never even able to fully recede from eight to before we got hit by iota So there's really some clear negligence by the government here and then with in terms of responding. They're they're completely overwhelmed By it and a complete clearly unprepared and missouri question of how they're spending the resources government just a year ago or just from israel this for war that really has has seen of her for country like and yet they're emergency response. Units doesn't have the votes necessary to be able to deal with the strong currents that we're seen from the flooding in order to rescue people in until the water gets down. Do people are very upset. Definitely more than ever with the government and and this could definitely to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability could also spur more Migration out of the region is that right coming towards A whether that's the united states are moving towards mexico or other places as people try to survive absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans That looks like they're planning for january most of them Whether or not that materializes There's just no doubt. We're going to see an uptick in migration over the next year particularly as covy nineteen travel restrictions are eased You know. I talked to so many people already particularly the young people Who just see no opportunity They have no work and now they've lost everything so they really have nothing to lose And they see migrating as the quickest way to be

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Seattle Weather Forecast: Rain, Wind And Heavy Mountain Snow

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Weather Forecast: Rain, Wind And Heavy Mountain Snow

"Too slow past travel into Tonight. We also have that strong westerly breeze and locally windy conditions that remain in place through this evening as well, especially on the open waters of the Pacific coast in Washington's north coast. Where the waves are producing some beach erosion Agents of beach to breathe now eventually, by tonight, the winds will subside. Brief break in the stormy weather comes mid day tomorrow before yet another storm rolls in off the Pacific. Producing another round of lowland rain mountain mountain snow snow and and breezy breezy conditions conditions Saturday Saturday afternoon afternoon through through Sunday, Sunday, and and the the coma coma Weather Weather Center Center and and meteorologist meteorologist Kristen Kristen Clarke. Clarke. Kristin Kristin mentioned mentioned snow snow over over the the mountain mountain passes passes and and we we saw saw some of that this morning closing Snoqualmie right now, the only mountain restrictions we see are on Stevens passed highway to traction tires are required and chains required on vehicles with large gross weight. On Snoqualmie Pass. It's just an advisory for traction tires and oversized vehicles prohibited on both passes right now at home. Covert tests have been available for a while now, but his cases continue to climb. Some states are urging

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"north coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"north coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"As crews try to finish the fire burning in happens in Omagh counties. There hasn't been much fire growth way way, as the glass fire has still remained just over 67,000 acres. In Monterey County Re sources are being directed to other parts of the Dole on fire as it nears full containment. The estimated containment date is tomorrow, according to the Los Padres National Forest, As crews wrap up the blaze burning south of Big Sur. The Dolan fire has burned nearly 125,000 acres of land since it ignited on August 18th. The August complex continues to grow across the North Coast, the blazes over one million acres as crews continue to battle the fires across Mendocino, Humble and other north Coast counties. Officials have the complex more than 70% contained. I'm Jordan Christmas Sacramento traffic from the chaotic traffic center, along with a fixed five weekend. Also busy overnight on eastbound Highway 50 left lane this close on the eastbound 50 from Fifth Street to Cap City 99 connector ramps in the right lane is closed from How Avenue Toe Watt Avenue that work through seven o'clock that, however you on rap to eastbound 50 is closed until seven along with Lot Avenue Offramp Inn on rappel that work until seven on the eastbound side. Westbound 50. The South bound five connector ramp is closed until five. Come on Monday, along with the 15th Street and fifth Street on wrapped a westbound 50 trump up ahead. Tell us about it on the kfbk Traffic tip line. Enter pound to 50 say traffic traffic on the tans. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Now. Sacramento weather Mostly sunny and nice this afternoon in the high 82 84 mainly clear tonight Low 53.

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Deep Valley Red Blend 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Deep Valley Red Blend 2018

"Day. From. Sheep flying, find it Ascom again. Today we have. Five ninety nine red blend from trader Joe's The teat. Surround Low Sarah. It goes by the name of. Deep Valley Red Wine Blend Mendocino twenty eight teams. Normally Five ninety nine red wine kinda scares me a little bit because. You expect a few things out of red wine some oak aging some. Just some general aging. There is no budget applied ninety wine and a white wine. A little bit different like a Soviet block, a young savvy blockers young. They just make it. Right -Chusetts fresh. Lines good there. It doesn't that doesn't need to cost a lot of money. Learn, you need to do a little bit too and so it's always a little bit scary but I think they spied it's actually a food. Wise. I think it does better. With burgers or like a steak burrito does. On its own and I'm fine with it not the most malicious wine ever taste taste fine. But it's you know it's pretty pretty good. It's made by one of the oldest wineries in Mendocino. If you ever want to know who makes these winds for trader Joe's or any other Any other store where they don't really tell you what's what? Trademark. Registry. Website you get in there within our. Trademark lackadaisical it has come up. But. That doesn't mean that's a one that winery comes up would ever make on their own these custom crush people trader Joe's goes down and says, I want a wine like this at this price. They think, yeah. Okay. We can do that but it might not be a wine that they would ever do on their own. So don't read too much into who makes other than if they make good quality wine. They're probably not skipping on the quality that. They held back. And that's that and this is. It's a good ninety, nine Tuesday night. Pizza, burgers. Fine for them is this really well. You Know Harry. You go in and out Burger, we don't have it ended up Burger Chicago. It picked this would go great with that. There's another thing another observation about trader Joe's wines, and here's a five, ninety, nine wine from a single Aba. Under ten dollars. Californian the label which means that the grapes come from all over. It comes from the North Coast Central. Coast Central Valley. and. That's usually because to make wine cheap you gotta have. A lot of it. You gotTa make. Five hundred thousand bottles. And these big wine corporations do that they'll have holdings everywhere and you know they own vineyards contractors everywhere. So to make the most of their money and utilize scrapes pick from all over but trader, Joe's isn't like. They, go to a single ABA. And you don't know out of this is a single vineyard wine but not that, and there are a lot of vineyards in. In the Mendocino but. You know usually when these cheaper the winds are the simpler things is way to happens. You know they're not be off. You've got to bring in grapes from twenty seven different. Vineyards that might happen but you gotta figure cheaper just to grab one or two. So. To storebrand. You get a much more exclusive line for cheaper price than you do in a retail line. But you don't really know what you're getting basically. You're taking a chance but you get these single ABA wines and he don't know who's making what where, when all the time. But. If you go the trademark website, find out who's doing at Subic meals. Usually go because a lot of times these people. Make. These winds for trader. Joe's whatever their own brand self, their thirty five forty dollars. Make wines I mean it's. Just happen to have some extra great somewhere getting their hands on something. And you know trader Joe's better for. So. There you go. You got the deep sally you red wine blend from. Five, ninety, nine crazy price. There is some. You know it's It's a twenty eight. So it's fairly young for Redwan. Super Young read one.

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Time captured in a capsule

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Time captured in a capsule

"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.

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"north coast" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Which you put. You posted something jokingly and people are like he knows he knows. There goes the Rosses account. Eight. See that? All right, Ray, staging for the Weather Channel. Let's chat with you, sir. What's going on, man? The morning. Well, got a lot going on. Relatively speaking in the tropics have been paying attention, Casey, but I know you have Yeah, exactly wave into the Gulf as little effect on the North Coast states with increased rain chances. Probably not velvety further out over the Atlantic. However, we may be on the verge of RG Storm Gonzalo as a tropical wave. Now a tropical depression is moving across the south central Atlantic. I think it's 11. Hang on a second. Don't quote me on that yet. I keep forgetting these numbers. I got so many of them out there think it's tropical Depression 11 away depression most likely going to become a tropical storm as a rolls west Caribbean By early next week, something we may have to keep an eye on, uh other that the weather change too much around here as we go through today. Hot, humid heat advisories for most of us. It's a cloud surcharge, announcing some clouds from sun spots. Captain in the mid nineties feel over 100 then we'll start to see scattered showers and thunderstorms develop today. Most likely try it and West better chances of continued to go west into the mountains. Most of us from the Triangle East and South will most likely stay dry. But I think tomorrow better chance a better coverage on showers. Thunderstorms in the afternoon. It could be some gusty winds low nineties.

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The City of Carthage

5 Minutes in Church History

04:14 min | 2 years ago

The City of Carthage

"Welcome back to another episode. Five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're going to a place to a very famous city in the ancient world. The city of Carthage Carthage was first settled by the Phoenicians. This of course was a crucial city right as were on the Mediterranean Sea. Carthage came to be known as the master of the Mediterranean. Sea Trade after the Phoenicians was part of the PUNIC. PUNIC empire, and then under Caesar Augustus who reigned from fourteen BC to twenty seven ad. Of course, this is the Caesar Augustus of the Gospel Narratives in the birth of Christ under Caesar Augustus Rome to control of Carthage and it became a great Roman city. It was second only to Rome and the Roman Empire Rivaling Alexandria from time to time for that position, but most give it to Carthage. At any given time in these centuries, the population of Carthage would be two hundred fifty thousand people that had all the telltale signs of a Roman city. There were theaters in the republic buildings. There were the extensive baths. There were aqueducts for. Water across the city, and even into the fields for farming, there was an extensive Roman road system. Soldiers were kept. There was a very busy port city and a very prosperous city. It also has quite a role in church history. It was the home of Talionis. Of course. Is that great church father from one sixty to two twenty as the one who gave us the word Trinity, and brought together all that biblical teaching of who got is in his Trinitaria and being, and so we have the word trinity coined at Carthage and two Oh. Three Carthage was the site of the martyrdom of perpetual and Felisa toss those very brave young women, and the wonderful story of their martyrdom in their courage in their stand for Christ. Well, it was at Carthage. and. The to fifty CIPRIAN was bishop of Carthage. This was on the heels of the decian persecution very intense persecution by the Roman emperor Shas. And after the persecution, and there was some relenting of it, folks were allowed back into the church created quite a controversy was known as the Donna test controversy that raged throughout the church from the fourth to sixth centuries and a key player in that controversy was CIPRIAN Bishop of Carthage. In three ninety seven. It was the site of the Third Council of Carthage. And the topic of discussion was the New Testament Canon and coming out of that council was an affirmation of the twenty seven books of the New Testament, so it played a role in the Canon controversies in development of the Early Church and in four sixteen, the Palais jeans were condemned at Carthage, so it played a role in the development of the doctrine of original sin. So what a fascinating city with rich history both in terms of the ancient world end in church history well as Rome was sacked by the barbarians in four ten carthage was sacked by the vandals and four, Twenty Nine Carthage became the capital of the vandal empire which spanned across that great north. Coast, and of course that North African coast had the Mediterranean Sea to the north, and the vast Sahara desert to the south. Is Long came on the scene, the six hundreds, and began to threaten from the East and Right at the end of the six hundred at the battle of Carthage Carthage fell to Islam. It was dominated by Islamic control. There was a brief time during the Crusades when Carthage was retaken, but only for a short time. It remained Muslim throughout the era of the reformation and right onto the present day. Carthage in the present day is a suburb of Tunis. Capital city of the North African nation of Tunisia. Tunisia's the first government North Africa to give protection for religious freedom. But the nation itself is still dominated by Islam and while there is a church. They're going way back to those early centuries. It is still a church that suffers persecution in our present day.

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The Murchison Murders

Casefile True Crime

04:05 min | 2 years ago

The Murchison Murders

"The Murchison his large raging in the state of Western Australia. That's nine for it's agricultural and mining prospects. Spinning across two hundred, ninety, one thousand square kilometers, the region is home to many small sparsely populated towns that consists mostly of rugged up back and Darod Bush land. During the Western Australian Goldrush of the light eighteen hundreds, many people flocked to the area in the hopes of securing a fortune which resulted in the construction of several towns that were later abandoned when the short lived gold rush ended. Afterwards there was little work available except for agricultural workers shape, shearer's camel and toe spike is blacksmiths and boundary riders who were employed to maintain the outer edges of sheep and cattle stations. But. The turn of the Twentieth Century Roberts from the country's ace than sites had made their way across the desert, and into Western Australia's agricultural areas. European settlers had introduced the rabbits to Australia more than a hundred years earlier and to die, eventually became an invasive pest that caused significant damage to the country's ecology and farmland. To combat what became known as the great plague? The Western Australian government decided to build the world's longest fence which stretched all the way from the north. Coast to the south coast. In Nineteen, Oh two construction of the first phase began in the small wheatbelt belt in of Barak Open which became the major administration center for the fence. A twenty foot wide lawn was cleared through the Bush all the way south to a small bay called starvation. Boat Harbor and the Mesh fence was then erected to fate west of the center of the line. Twelve foot gates were installed at designated intervals to allow passage through the fence. Wooden posts were also added every mile h Ma with a number that represented the distance from Barak, open. In nineteen, Ninety five, the second phase began with the remainder of the fence, being built from Barracuda open to the north coast of Western Australia. Stretching for one thousand, eight, hundred twenty seven kilometers, it became known as the number one rabbit proof fence. The number two fence was completed in April of ninety five, and was one thousand, one hundred and fifty eight kilometers loan. It began on the south coast, approximately one hundred twelve kilometers west of the number, one fans, and essentially ran parallel to it before turning east and joining the first fence at Gum Creek. The number three fence, which was completed in Nineteen, seven, started knee Geraldton and extended two hundred and fifty six. Columba's east until it met the number two fence. Collectively the rabbit proof fence was three, thousand, two, hundred thirty seven kilometers long and building. It had cost the equivalent of around eighty three million Australian dollars in today's currency. A government sub department was established to supervise the constant maintenance of the fence. The maintenance team included a shape inspect off sobbing inspector, camel drivers. Rabbit hunters and boundary rod is. Fines were issued to anyone court leaving negates along the fence open, and it was also an offense, but any member of the public to use any of its maintenance tracks. Scattered along, the fence was small. Government earned stations and homesteads when maintenance supplies, watersheds and other facilities were housed.

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The Murchison Murders

Casefile True Crime

03:53 min | 2 years ago

The Murchison Murders

"The Murchison his large raging in the state of Western Australia. That's nine for it's agricultural and mining prospects. Spinning across two hundred, ninety, one thousand square kilometers, the region is home to many small sparsely populated towns that consists mostly of rugged up back and Darod Bush land. During the Western Australian Goldrush of the light eighteen hundreds, many people flocked to the area in the hopes of securing a fortune which resulted in the construction of several towns that were later abandoned when the short lived gold rush ended. Afterwards there was little work available except for agricultural workers shape, shearer's camel and toe spike is blacksmiths and boundary riders who were employed to maintain the outer edges of sheep and cattle stations. But. The turn of the Twentieth Century Roberts from the country's ace than sites had made their way across the desert, and into Western Australia's agricultural areas. European settlers had introduced the rabbits to Australia more than a hundred years earlier and to die, eventually became an invasive pest that caused significant damage to the country's ecology and farmland. To combat what became known as the great plague? The Western Australian government decided to build the world's longest fence which stretched all the way from the north. Coast to the south coast. In Nineteen, Oh two construction of the first phase began in the small wheatbelt belt in of Barak Open which became the major administration center for the fence. A twenty foot wide lawn was cleared through the Bush all the way south to a small bay called starvation. Boat Harbor and the Mesh fence was then erected to fate west of the center of the line. Twelve foot gates were installed at designated intervals to allow passage through the fence. Wooden posts were also added every mile h Ma with a number that represented the distance from Barak, open. In nineteen, Ninety five, the second phase began with the remainder of the fence, being built from Barracuda open to the north coast of Western Australia. Stretching for one thousand, eight, hundred twenty seven kilometers, it became known as the number one rabbit proof fence. The number two fence was completed in April of ninety five, and was one thousand, one hundred and fifty eight kilometers loan. It began on the south coast, approximately one hundred twelve kilometers west of the number, one fans, and essentially ran parallel to it before turning east and joining the first fence at Gum Creek. The number three fence, which was completed in Nineteen, seven, started knee Geraldton and extended two hundred and fifty six. Columba's east until it met the number two fence. Collectively the rabbit proof fence was three, thousand, two, hundred thirty seven kilometers long and building. It had cost the equivalent of around eighty three million Australian dollars in today's currency. A government sub department was established to supervise the constant maintenance of the fence. The maintenance team included a shape inspect off sobbing inspector, camel drivers. Rabbit hunters and boundary rod is. Fines were issued to anyone court leaving negates along the fence open, and it was also an offense, but any member of the public to use any of its maintenance tracks.

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"north coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And we're Att. 61 degrees and East Sacramento. News 93.1 KFBK Alright time not to get a little news from your neighborhood. Albert Parnell. What do you have for us? Yes, that's coming out of the North Coast journal. So full for people, a local nonprofit on North Coast will launch a serious of free produce distributions that will continue through October in an effort to help expand access to healthy foods, the other pandemic. They would be in the cities of Eureka Fortuna, Gabber, ville and Red Way giving out free produce. Wow. I love to see all of these, You know, community efforts to try to, you know, fix these problems that you know, in terms of food distribution. I just saw one. I thought this was such a fun idea. This is a New York City. There are these colorful refrigerators popping up in different communities. Called friendly fridges and then depending on your needs, you can either take or leave food in these friendly fridges. That's like those book Ah, exchange you for to those right? We're in a neighborhood. They'll have a box and people will open it up and put in a book or take out a book. But it's for food. That's interesting concept. And so I've been looking at some of them online and I mean, you open it up, and there's like eggs and fruit and vegetables, and I mean anything you could want on. You can either take or leave it and they're keeping those stock throughout the city. It's nice to see that people actually can come together and come up with some good ideas that help other people love that. Yeah, definitely alright leadership through change. It has never been a bigger challenge at Sacramento's Republic Football Club. Is returned to the pitch. They did it last night. It collects where we're going to hear from the president of the club and how players are adjusting to their new normal if you will. Yes, they've got it, too. And we'll also hear from a fan who actually couldn't go to the game couldn't go to the match, I should say, but This was still there still cheering on the team. It's on the way here. Just few minutes on news, 93.1 Kfbk live everywhere in the I Heart radio out politics Donald Trump by the virus, the number of new cases has jumped done. Wildfire. Evacuations were ordered thing is 0% contained a need to know where staying connected.

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California reverses course from reopening amid virus surge

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:03 min | 2 years ago

California reverses course from reopening amid virus surge

"So today we're dealing with new restrictions. California Governor Gavin Newsom announcing his implementing new state order orders to slow the surge in cover 19 cases across the state caper case. Tim Lance has the details. The governor says there are now 19 counties being more closely monitored by the state where Corona virus is flaring up. Sacramento is one of the 19 so he's ordering that select businesses end indoor operations in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms. Movie theaters, Family entertainment, broadly defined by guidelines that we had previously put out zoos, museums and card rooms. In addition, he's recommending the county's cancel public Fourth of July weekend events. Now he's not closing state beaches. But we are modifying our parking facility operations in closing them to traffic throughout the Southern California region, as well as parts of Monterey County, Santa Cruz in through the Bay Area and up along the north Coast, Although up to cinema just go to kfbk dot com to see A list of 19 counties and watch the full briefing by the governor. Tim Lance News, 93.1 KFBK.

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"north coast" Discussed on The Better

The Better

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on The Better

"Have you ever had telehealth session or a visit to see if they understand a little bit about what that's like and explain to them how it's going to be different than I usually use that analogy of your your hands are GonNa be? And I'm going to you know, evaluate you by watching your motion and your only of motion. And then there's a lot of conversation in. So, yeah, I definitely explain different systems than so they haven't understanding and then I like. I said I always make sure that they know what kind of things I want them to have in their house, like to or near the computer so that they're prepared for the session and they have all their. You know whatever manipulatives are household objects I think is going to an so that's. You know her of what's different as well. Have to provide the equipment, not knee. I'm actually in the process right now. Setting a virtual store with North Coast medical on my website so. Purchase, idiot. patients could by the. Whatever equipment you're using or something correct, so if I really want them to have therapy for example and I just think that that's going to be the best thing for them, and I can't think of household object to substitute or that they can go onto my website and through north coates medical hurt. So. Kind of in the middle of getting at setup, it probably take another week, but That should be set up soon and I can choose what what items I want to feature on my site. Or people to urge us you know a demon gloves or Howdy or bands or splints whatever what kinds of WANNA have on? They're so. Awesome last question, so we've kind of touched on this a little bit. But how do you see telehealth and virtual healthcare delivery impacting healthcare specifically Rehab position.

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Record Store Day Drop Dates and Speaker Shopping

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:15 min | 2 years ago

Record Store Day Drop Dates and Speaker Shopping

"Welcome back to vinyl SNOB. I'm Dave Whitaker. It's been several years since I set out to a symbol ultimate scary. Oh System! The final piece speakers. Fortunately after moving to a small town of about thirty thousand people I found something very rare today. A full tilt stereo shop. North Coast Audio and owner Chris Larson. I remember you walked in one day. I think you're across the street. There's very little repair shop right across the street with some cool parts and pieces. People tend to wander into my shop after trying to find them. They're a little hard to find and I think you, you said. Yeah I saw Macintosh on the sign outside, and I was really surprised I said, come on in. Yeah, come take. Take a look and we. We started talking about audio. Talking about what stuff you have, and name dropping kind of our favorites and and stuff we've had stuff. We like stuff we want. We just Kinda hit it off. We had fun and I think I've had. You listened to a couple of things, and we talked about having you come back with some your own music, which I always always recommend. Expose me to to maybe some things I haven't heard but it's the best way to do it I mean. This is what you're going to listen to. On these speakers I can play a demo music of the stuff you hear at the audience shows. Day After, day, but what are you going to actually? Sit Down and listen to. That is the best thing and when when when you say records like. Yes, that's. That's always that's always the most fun for me so I'm glad you did that. Stereo stores are always GonNa have their own repertoire of demo music and I'm I'm no different. I have stuff that makes speakers sound good. Why why would you do otherwise? But you know what it boils down to is. You want to have stuff that you're going to listen to on a regular basis. Sound good. I like doing both I you know, let someone wow you when you come into a start. Let them play a demo or two of. There's because they know what's going to sound good on their speakers. Then play your own stuff to see how you know real world sound is going to be on the speakers that you're interested in. I remember you called me up after at first time you came in here and said you WANNA. Come down and listen to some speakers, which is my favorite part of the job showing off my toys here? A lot of times I'll start at those two hundred dollars, speakers and I'll let the client decide. Hey, do you want to try something else? Okay, l., let's listen to that and and I probably said the same thing to you. It's one of my standard lines. Do you like what you're hearing? Okay? If the answer's yes stop. Because if you're happy with that, you're going to be happy because you can go nuts with this I mean you can go far beyond my my high end room. You can go insane with some without the hi Fi audio stuff, and that's part of the fun. That's part of the sickness, but if you stop a five hundred dollars set of speakers and that sounds great to you. Stop. That's that's in your budget. You're going to be happy with if you haven't heard. It what better sounds like you're not gonNA. You're not gonNA wonder, and you're not gonNA. Drive yourself nuts when you get them home. And that's that's the key thing is I. Want people to be happy when people enjoy their stereo systems like I do, and that's why you know I. Asked you the questions that I asked and tried to keep us within a within a certain range and let you decide. How far up you WANNA go. Term that's always what's worked for me and works at great from people.

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Regulators approve environmental review for Line 3 pipeline

Native America Calling

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Regulators approve environmental review for Line 3 pipeline

"The Indigenous Environmental Network North Coast Rivers Alliance have renewed their request for for preliminary injunction against the Keystone Excel pipeline the company behind the pipeline. Plan to start preconstruction early this month but now reports it will wait until February twenty four. Th Victoria wicks has more transcanada attorneys told the Montana federal judge last year that the company did not intend to start construction until the second quarter of two thousand twenty based on that information. Federal Judge Brian. Morris said there was no immediate need for a preliminary injunction in mid January. This zere Transcanada filed a report indicating. It would start preconstruction at the beginning of February now. Opponents again asked Judge Morris for an injunction they they say preconstruction activities cause irreparable harm such as destruction of trees and wildlife habitat upon said the constitutional and environmental issues must be be resolved before construction starts to avoid bureaucratic momentum. That's when decision makers are less inclined to stop construction. Once it has started upon excite warnings from scientists that carbon emissions have to be reduced to net zero by two thousand fifty to stave off calamity. And so the pipelines contribution to increase carbon carbon emissions does not serve the public interest in response Transcanada issued a new status report that pushes the preconstruction start date to February twenty four th at the earliest. TC lawyers say they'll propose a briefing schedule to allow the court to resolve the injunction issue before the twenty fourth

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Time in Bottle

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Time in Bottle

"Today on time capsules strange message. According according to the International Time Capsule Society there are around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide. A time capsule can be a box bottle bottle or literally a metal capsule as often as time capsules contain letters newspaper clippings about significant events. They also may contain a letter picture created by children. Often a school will bury a time. Capsule students ideas about what the future would look like sometime. Capsules are meant to to be opened in fifty years but most of notes on the outside of the container asking that it not be open until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United United States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making it the oldest known time capsule in the United. I didn't states time. Capsules have been discovered but most have been purposefully dug up an open to time. Capsules out of Japan contain remnants servers of Hiroshima many time. Capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they buried it in an area of Germany were German. SS were trained in time capsules beneath the floor was filled with Nazi paraphernalia including pictures of Hitler two copies of his book Mein comp then there was a surprise time capsule discovered Robert Implying side at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in the lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake they discovered that it was a time capsule not just a capsule and it was from nineteen thirty four but someone else had discovered it earlier left a note that stated stated simply thanks for the brandy the note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle nine schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea idea that in fifty years most of the children stolen the area would appreciate the context when the count capsule was opened fifty years later in the nineteen fifties most children children wrote about flying cars rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letter reserve about pollution and becoming President Demolition crews in Albuquerque New Mexico discovered a time capsule from nineteen sixty eight Nero former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV shows. But I'm Greg Lee. Young men left a different kind of note. I'm dead. He said I go to Montgomery School. This is the olden school name. I was born born. Nineteen hundred you auto unless spelled A. U. T. O.. Now no I'm debt. My favorite subject is spooking. The police I I played the guitar in case. You don't know what it is. It is aboard with strings on it. I am ten years old seal later savages now granted. Greg uncowed Morbid. The most unusual times capsule moat certainly but one concerned. A prophecy came true. The capsule was metal. Camel box pulled from the foundation of a building all that was left of the buried and burned out logging town of climax in southern Cascade Kate mountain range. The child's printing date was nineteen forty eight described town on British Columbia's North Coast would boom in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with over a thousand residents but will be completely deserted by nineteen eighty-two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern as any any community of that decade. He ended with the comment that even the town. Though the town was completely deserted it would still have electricity for thirty years first underneath a date. He printed his name. Philip Simon followed by grade three Mrs Sims class for decades the notes from that time capsule I found a climax collected dust police archive the department. Hired do officer who is given the assignment of cleaning out the back room. And that included the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule page through them until he came to Phillips. The officer had grown up in Kissel BC and had vivid good memories of his family moving out of town in nineteen eighty search. On the station's computer reveal that indeed kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two and yet retain power lines for thirty years but when he searched the Internet for the author. Philip Simon none was found nor could he locate locate any school in the area around nine hundred and forty eight with a teacher. The last name of

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"north coast" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Came out I did not taste a lot of coffee which I like so I gave it a four. All right to mouth deal here we go with mouth field I had there was a slight linger. It was definitely it was full. And that's all I had on me so I gave it a three okay. I wrote down not not a lot of alcohol taste smacker and a lot of complexity which I gave it a three also. Whoa so I think we might be tied on that one but you had three four three? Yes okay so I had a four four three all right so there you go. I think I'm just one point better. Okay all right so an appearance. We're not gonNA talk about appears honestly because we're looking at them now in their luck onyx. They're black is black as stout should be. I Dunno mushroom. How much appearance? You can the difference on a stout so are we doing the overall as well. Yes go through an overall just because sure what the hell I think. I think the points added up is going to change everything. So what did you get. Well I just overall I gave it a four. I did to give it a four as well and I liked your a statement. It's IT'S A. It was a normal stout. I didn't detest it. I didn't think it was amazing And that's and that's a bad thing because it's not one of the imperials or flavored or barrel aged or anything like that we said is basic as a dry a basic as has a stout can be which is not a bad thing. No no in fact I two pints and done I would. I would definitely go with agree with you. I definitely agree. I'm very curious. Village one this is well. Do you have an idea which one is. Maybe I wanted through. I WanNa say this might be the north northern North Coast Brewery. Just because it's name is is a stout right just to know yours is just pours. That's right I forgot port. Yeah no doubt this is called stout port part said port. No you said fourth okay all right. So so let's let's move onto the next one then Let's see here all right aroma on the now this is going to be p to be to be to all right. Now we're now we're GONNA do What do you think on on a Roma? I had down on Aroma. That there was something more to it. I couldn't put my nose uh-huh but I told myself that it was not desired. So think about it just I was not I gave it a three interesting all right so I I kind of shipping chicken head nodding my head with you to me. There's a woody forest in taste or smell taste smell to it. A burnt smell not not powerful. I couldn't I had to really suck it in getting something from it But yeah there's some fire related connection to it that didn't Didn't didn't go so I give it three so flavor then flavor you may go first go ahead. Sorry so that that that flavor that that smell blended landed right into the flavor when I tasted smoked campfire but there was zero layers. There was something hidden in there that I'm like it did not. It did not taste well. I gave it a three okay. Well there was a Lotta multipurpose. I thought just kind of I thought to maybe too much for a a standard stout which is kind of what I was basing everything off I gave it a three as well. Okay all right so then then we're going to mouth feel what do you think for mouth feel I said it was a bit heavy. In the deficit lingered a little longer than than the first one. I gave it a two because I really I wasn't a big Fan. Okay yeah I got the heaviness part might have gotten me too. I said it the way it set of my mouth was chocking and I did throw in medicine type of oily and then it lacked carbonation which which if if it was my beer than I would be like force carbonation because we had an issue with a Dan takes my in my my taproom but ah for the fact that it's a bottle and it should have some sort of carbonation. It locked it so I I gave it. Maybe I was being nice but I gave it a three. Oh okay okay. So overall three overall that was my overall as well was the three all right so we were saying that that makes well. We don't know doc. Stay tuned folks. We're GONNA bring them winter out here in a second right okay. So as a host let me let me throw this in their.

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The Rise of Portuguese Gastronomy in Britain

Monocle 24: The Menu

11:14 min | 2 years ago

The Rise of Portuguese Gastronomy in Britain

"Opening of the Hawaiian Bar Restaurant Bar Dole rowing London. Three years ago was a milestone for Portuguese greasy and in the British capital both critics and the public loves to the place and also Monaco showed its approval by including Doro in our fifty best restaurants list now. The success story continues us the founder Max Graham and his team prepared to open their second and location. This timing London cece waterbed as I'm then to look back at the past three years to talk about the new location and the revival of Portuguese. Food Food in Brayson Max. Graham joins me here Madari House Studio One Abbey early. I actually opened a pop restaurant back in two thousand fourteen in in Greek street. I was walking my family business. which is Churchill's put company that makes wine imports in the valley? So the d'oro has always been very much in my blood in my upbringing childhoods but really walking for Churchill's when I opened the pool house which was really focused. It was more of a marketing stunt than anything else that was a pup restaurants pop up wind pool bar and we showcase folio of wines and ports in some very very simple produce driven sharing boards and yet during that period. I think I started eating out in London particularly in the Soho area and I just realized that Portuguese foods was very badly represented. I mean a lots of Portuguese restaurants in Stockwell and I absolutely love those restaurants but there are different Soda Portuguese restaurant and you know I was really at the time. I'm loving bar. Fina unloving Morita on these concepts. That were really showcasing. Spanish cuisine in such a contemporary outwards. Outwards way I'm really engaging with Londoners. I'm getting them excited about gastronomy from abroad and I just felt. Portugal wasn't doing that in in London at the time. So you decided to fix that. Yeah I mean I. I started the process of putting together. Ideas Footballer on that culminated in the the opening in two thousand sixteen in between then others opened up some Portuguese restaurants. Nunu Open Tabatha and you know a few years ago. It was great that was about three three of US laundry. No Tobacco really pushing Portuguese food and of course like I said. There's lots of restaurants in stockwell London that really lead. You backed Portugal Assad way which is a sort of nostalgic way. I think it's interesting that you mentioned that before. You launched Bhadra you. You felt that Portuguese food wasn't particularly well represented in London for example. What do you think that was? I don't know maybe London wasn't ready when I was much younger. That was a restaurant on the Kings road called Tuba. It was a Portuguese restaurant. And you know they were showcasing Portuguese food and I don't think think it just didn't engage with London's at the time you know this was about fifteen years ago and I just think potentially Londoners the appetites it's for new experiences. New Cuisines has just snowballed and London just hungry for new concepts particularly when they're showcasing acing cuisines that are less represented. I think that comes in tandem with the fact that Portugal has just been having such a surge in tourism such exposure over the last five years. I mean Portugal. Now the past five years it's just a completely different country. I mean when I grew up importer. It's just so far away from what it is. Today I think in Portugal there is such a wealth of culinary Marie on wine tradition. And I think that these experiences already being heightened and I just think London it is now more than ever probably quite excited to engage with Puccio before we talk about your second restaurants. You're about to launch. Let's still talk about well. Well the first module has been like how strong of a vision. Did you have in regards to the menu as you mentioned you. Spent your childhood impose import. So did you have very strong. Opinions on wall belongs to the menu. And what doesn't so. We actually run a pop up in Puto for the summer for two months with my head chef at the time and we really use thoughts time to brainstorm ideas to travel around you you know. I'm I grew up in the north of Portugal so I'm very familiar with the northern cuisine. But what's so special about Portugal. I'm what's been so special about. The last three is building Baltar is really engaging and learning about those other regions which also rich in culinary and gastronomy but yeah at the time that would favorites from childhood's that were also dishes that we thought had identity which was very reimposed since a lot of the Times a small plates Portuguese concept. You know that's not really traditional. You have petit scores which are sort of small plates. It's butts traditionally wouldn't eat like that in Portugal. It's more about largest sharing dishes and so so you know I was conscious that I didn't want it to just mimic another Spanish tapas restaurant. I really wanted those decisions. And those menu items to speak the identity of Portugal's Strana me which is very much Atlantic driven and you've done a good job. Let's remember that was just a couple of years ago when we ranked as one of the world's what's best restaurants here US monocle very very generous and wonderful knowledge. You're very welcome now. You're opening your your second restaurant in the city. How much could you tell us about that? How different or how simulates the second body raccoons be compared to the first one so I think at London Bridge we? He was slightly limited in a way. By what we wanted to keep the menu short to the point we rotated every every season. There are some dishes that just don't move because they become so popular. That can actually sometimes be quite limiting when you wanting to show off a another hundred dishes that you've come across crossing excited about. I think that's really what the policier in Hof has been. What's been great about that is that we have just really been exploring? During Portugal's different regions different Tad was different recipes. Different Cultures and I think that our menu in the city just gives us a really great opportunity to scratch a little bit deeper about what Portuguese food is. What are those star dishes? By the way that are very much in demand. People may find from both restaurants. Well I think the Buccleuch Bras is one that has been a bit of a heritage buckle. Er Brash is shoestring potatoes very very thin chips which is gently scrambled with eggs and the so-called which we rehydrate for forty eight hours Solved with some olives lovely dish it should be very creamy and it's it's a real comfort food dish and I hope that that will be something that people enjoy in the city as much as they have done in London Bridge. But we're also taking some really exciting new dishes working on this lovely ill dish from the IRA Rawda which will be Friday deals with a Byron source which is really traditionally used on suckling pig. So it's a a white pepper black pepper golic source but it's great on the Friday deals as well how much you still have to be discovered from Portugal. Something the world hasn't quite goes familiar with yet. Every time I go home I think the world has discovered it even more so than the last time. It's just every time there's more people. It's a great points at the alignment with this buzzer tourism but also the locals really embracing the tourism. I think as more and more people go to Portugal. It also drives the experimentation of the chefs impeachable. So there's a wealth of traditional food as a starting point. You've got this book which is all a Bible. Maria alluded Vest who literally has written down all of Portugal's star dishes but then you've also got this generation of chefs Jeffs that went away from Portugal. Who have started coming back on bringing with them? A huge amounts of technical expertise on the taking these very traditional recipes on expanding Portuguese food is expanding those boundaries and considering how reached the Portuguese culinary culture. Do you think there are many dishes and many ingredients. The world has been discovered yet. Something you struggled to find from outside of Portugal I think Portuguese food is obviously hugely driven by the Atlantic. One thing that is very very hard to compete with even though we're in Ireland is the rich miss of produce on fish that you got on the coast of Portugal. You got wonderful. CARBONARA is down in the all. Gov You get incredible perception. which is a goose? Bonna cool on the north coast particularly something like Incredibly Hard Oughta find elsewhere. Something I'd love to put on our menu but it's just one of these ingredients. That's better left for Portugal and better enjoyed when you go visit. I mean there's a lot of dishes that we thought about putting on which would definitely challenge. I think people's perceptions but I mean you've could be the which is made with chicken's blood and you know and there's a lot of tripe and offal dishes in the north of Portugal which I think maybe will hold off from on the next restaurant where probably gonNA play a little bit more safe than that but maybe As a special once in a while maybe one day as we mentioned already. You're just about to open. Open your sick and restaurants in the city. What about after that? Do you have any longer term plans. Walt may happen after that. Yeah I mean. We now imports about fifty percents of all winus. Direct from Boutique produces in Portugal. One thing I've really liked to develop more of a wine shop Pango and also we bring in a lot of cheeses and shall coutries would love to develop a mercer which is a deadly concept. I mean the sky's the limit. You've got punch bakeries. which would be great to get involved in but Baldur in its core concept I think I think it definitely has potential insult to grow to one team or sites off to this Max Graham Phone Giraffe Bar Douro and the new restaurant in London's broad gate opens later eighty two this month

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"north coast" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Traderjoes news. Reserve North Coast Brute It's a bubbly wine made with the Chardonnay Pinot. Noir and Pinot Moon name whether the three three main grapes a champagne. And it's in this non vintage just trader Joe's wine and it's a nice little Chardonnay Chardonnay. Based I think it's multi shot now not getting a Pinot Noir and Pinot McNair. Nair both more towards the red grapes than chardonnays white CREPE. I'm getting more white grape out of this and but it's a very nice little MHM little tasty bubbly. It's doesn't have the depth of the really expensive ones but then again it's not really expensive one but it kind of has the flavor. It's GonNa take a sip because this is bubbling. I'll probably have a separately and often so it's made for trader Joe's by a company called RAC and riddle and they're they're an independent company. They do have their own brand rack and riddle sparkling wines And I think that also makes still minds to but there are a company people contract with out of Northern California and maybe beyond to make sparkling wine bubbly and they've been doing it for years and If you ever go to their warehouse you're going to see brands that you know that. Don't say that Ryan riddle make their winds. But you're going to see a whole slew of different wines out there a lot of California who don't have their own facilities or going rack and riddle Asia. They make a lot of sparkling wine. And that's one thing about a bubbly nowadays back in the day champagne kind of head bubbles to themselves a bit because It was a special traditional method precycles made in a in a tank method. It's Sharma method. It's a whole all different way of making wine bubble. Still get in there but it's a different way but if you're making traditional method sparkling wine and this is a traditional method sparkling wine. It used to be really hands on The country rack and riddle of makes us riddling is where after you're the first fermentation a second. Fermentation they put the east and the sugar in the bottle and they put a temporary cork on it and kind of put it knows headed down In Iraq where the rack name comes from they would have to turn on every two days like a quarter of a turn so when the dead yeast all kind of heads heads towards the neck of the line. It wouldn't stick to the neck and as long as you turn it every two days. One time to take it out. It comes out. And we're talking in Champaign. The minimum is a year and a half so every two days a year and a half. Someone's turning every single bottle title a quarter turn and but not anymore. Nowadays they have machines. Do It all you know. There's only the most expensive Chard Dardanelle. I'll be paying. Excuse me as such as the most expensive champagnes are really hand. Made about him. Everything else's Cata modern so that L. and Iraq and riddle in you know there's other champ. Paint houses sparkling White House in California's pretty much have the same equipment. As France does that isn't a difference with Sham with champagne style wines with sparkling wines with bubbly. I keep on making a mistake of Saint Champagnes pains. And they're not champagnes. If ain't from Champaign Urbana champaign unless Andreas than you can put on but that's another story So the the production production techniques are easily copied everywhere. You go so that's not really the difference anymore between champagne and everybody else and here we go. This is a ten dollar ninety nine sparkling wine like I said the differences in in France it's the second fermentation has to be for at least eighteen months and with this nine ninety nine trader. Joe's reserve brute. It's twelve months in that. That's extra six months makes a difference and I'm GonNa take a SIP because I like taking us up this one's really nice acidity Occasionally with inexpensive sparkling lions the the the ascot bite a bit. This one's really nicely balanced it. Does you know it's It kind of makes you wanNA take another SIP. It's got second acidity but doesn't doesn't get in the way doesn't bite your tongue. It doesn't do those things it's it's You Know I. I've had Kabas where I thought. Oh no I'm going to have heartburn tonight you you know after. It's so s acidic now. This is Canada for ten dollars really controlled and like I said the. It's not in the bottle as long and so it doesn't have the depth of a champagne line but it's kinda tasty really does taste good and Chardonnay Pinot Noir Pinot Monet from the North Coast are very very good. Grapes here is a very short short. Very incomplete history of Champagne region for you kinda tells you a little bit about least the entry level Champagnes A. I'm the Burgundy region kind of inland the bottom section. The southern section is Beaujolais. And they do. The grapes is there and then in the middle. There is where they grow all the wonderful Chardonnay Pinot. Noir grapes the you can get two thousand in our bottles of anything. They're so wonderful place to go the farthest north region of Burgundy Champagne for the longest time. And they've had a hard time because they are so far north. It's possible that it gets cold before the grapes ripen. So they've always had that problem where they could just never get their grapes ripen. So the one thing good about sparkling line is that you pick the grapes before they ripen. Because you can make sparkling wine because you're doing so much to it since you're actually doing to fermentation to it. You're manipulate much. You want it to be under the sweetness level. So when it's done you can actually add sweetness to it to get exactly what you want because once it gets sweet. You can't take that back but you can always always add to that so there you go champagnes known for crazy good bubbly but it's kind of on the greatest examples of life giving you lemons and making lemonade out of it. Because they went all the way okay to the point where rather than being the weak link Burgundy this holiday season. You're either GONNA buy Champagne or drinking champagne. Odds are and the odds are not good that you're going to drink a burgundy. You're not going to you might have seen into our Chardonnay from Burgundy. But YOU'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA have the champagne most likely mean. Most most people do at some point. They're getting a glass of champagne at a tasting at a friend's house somewhere so that's that but it wasn't always because it. It was so fantastic. It was because they had problems and they solved their problems. So which brings us to California. The grapes in California are very very good to know champagnes known for their grapes. And everything else too but are the California ones all that much worse or anything. I don't think so. Oh you know are the is the equipment all that much worse no. I don't think so what France has decades and sometimes centuries of experience in the in the end there's like three hundred different champagne houses in champagne. And you might. You might know ten of them. There's a ton of them and the ones you know you know because they've developed their own styles such a unique and memorable memorable way that they're famous famous and everything that's hard to do everywhere else. Everyone else is just starting out there. Schramsberg and Gloria Arar and. There's some really good sparkling houses is in California. But they're they're they're playing catch up. And so so here we go. So this is a ninety nine bubbly doubly made a champagne style but my favorite publicize are the ones that have extended second fermentation. Maybe the three years in the bottle. I've had some that ten years in the bottle that extra time bottles give this give the bubbly texture. You're in depth and flavors that are just out of this world. I mean you know the difference as soon as you drink one. Sure the entry level MOA and you know whatever other one show emotion down or dahmer They're wonderful lines. I've never turned one down in my life but when I really WANNA get into their. They know they cost a fortune. Are these ones with more with more aging. The the other ones are nice but the California ones that much far are off from them. You know to get something with three or four years vintage dated wine with four five years of aging. Oh man that's hard to beat that and it's hard to duplicate that but you can Kinda sorta duplicate it with a north coast reserved brute from trader. Joe's like I said it's not not the same thing but it's not that bad at takes great. It's got tons of flavor just took another sip of the same anything no but to my mind. I'm getting Kinda jaded. If I want a champagne I'm gonNA spend the entry level forty bucks thirty five bucks. I think I just assume go up a little bit and get something. That's a little more special. I guess the word is and when he has one bubbly these ten dollar ones Kinda hit the spot. That's just me but you know some point I think the sometimes you're just binding the PI. You're not really drinking the lines and finding out what exactly like so inexpensive expensive ones. These inexpensive bubbles. Not as I wouldn't say it's as good as champagne. It's not but it's pretty damn good ninety nine. I think AH better not bunch of Kabas. I've had lately though I do like obvious too. So what's you don't have to spend a lot for these entry level ones. You're still getting. Quality are getting more quality he ever got before. And that's a good thing and that's for the party wine give it a try you can buy four these bottles for some of these Having a party for some of these champagnes out there and you know sometimes a party might be a better party with four bottles of this one bodily other and that's let's death for me until the next time a co-op something because we're doing party ones and keep it cheap Overnight now talk you later bye.

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"north coast" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:18 min | 3 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The in the north coast of news even as well and they were still living there as for the eighteenth century according to the Maui records let's go to bill now truck driving in the state of Washington hi bill go ahead Sir Hey Freddie he George no this is a great topic and I got so many questions but you know just recently they discovered as humans fall fall in the account of my caves in Greece and up on the many and then slow and what's really interesting about that is the religion of Manichaeism Medicare some is from that what we call the Near East they had a huge following but man he was depicted as being a hundred feet tall well we can laugh about that now and and that's a dead religion obviously but I mean it had a huge following Medicare them was huge and I guess my point is up yeah we put all right there's an old saying that your call is not where the power is the power is with the priest even if they have to invent the oracle all right what we've done is we've put religion and especially Christianity in this small contacts this religious relates to the twentieth century and no this is this is really interesting what you're doing and you know what there's also what differentiates hypothesis reasoning human fossils all were hunter gatherers that we're good movie chasing game from point to point over the grass you know the the the grass you step lands but that does not account for the massive civilizations that emerged have like the branch your hypothesis is you know there's a contra Los Condit under the Bering Sea now that would account for the massive human civilizations that that that arose in north and South America but you know I might my question is simply you know have you heard of the tabby star and the occultation of the light that's coming from that Starkey do you believe that to be a massive technological apparatus what by the sexual terrestrial civilization and then my other thing I'd like to get your opinion on the charger poise and Beyonce or call for guy in Peru those are also very you know really really mysterious as far as their origins Freddy took a few those who earn the the I mean the the the subject at Seneca slightly outside my sphere of understanding that to give an opinion which and that so many opinions already but what I can say related to some of the topics that you bringing up was that it we are not going to find most of the places where these gloves lived and this is said to me directly is most expensive phone call of the maids to this tiny island in the middle of Pacific to this wisdom keeper and he said because you have to understand that you know when the civilization was here in a civilization that we inherited because suddenly I mean even NASA describe this in the study back in nineteen seventy two they were fascinated as to how humans something developed civilization spontaneously around the world around eight thousand BC we have an active megalithic structures we've had this problem may astrology mythology mathematics this is the overall having the same hallucination his point was yes it was civilization hit before there were many civilizations here before but you won't find because what went down you something had to go up so weather was this the Hara today they used to be an ocean and that obviously drained into the Atlantic the the same in and raiders while in fact he was making the point is that the home of the the gnocchi which is one of my big questions used to be an island where today's Arabian peninsula now sets which really blew my mind no idea is coming and he said the same thing in the Pacific you talk to the Hopi and Zuni they'll say absolutely we came from a nine and whose well it's it's it's two thirty in the morning my time a cover the name of it but somewhere around the every with some is today all that's gone all we see today at the peaks of these massive land masses and something else have to go up in its stead so places like into a set of Bolivia that rose in the blink of an eye according to local traditions and yes postulated Akaka is still salty there are many lakes that have sold will do when they shouldn't be salt water and this saying these things let's see rose in the blink of an eye on it because when you have that much destruction with me to watch colliding with the and free mile high should not miss which can be proved you're going to see the show that the geology that we have today there's no resemblance to what we have back then so the remains of the civilization remain in the traditions and the mythology except the mythology is nothing more than the theatrical method which is thirty two a history of the people so yes the there is plenty of evidence to show that the the original stories of the indigenous people are closer to the reality of what we've inherited in the west today and that object that some people think might be artificial I think it's probably just some huge asteroid Florida who knows but that the one thing that I did find that this is a huge revelation was how all of these codes without exception around the world a whole related to each of the plight of Ryan the name of Ryan keeps popping up again and again and again and now I've been around the block enough times to realize this thing should be taken literally and I thought okay maybe they're talking about the symbol or maybe the talking metaphorically but the more indigenous people I've spoken to when I was researching the material for this book was no no no no this was a physical connection they actually had the ability to go backwards and forwards physically from this constellation a week and corrected with these people and also the flood that messengers helped us survive they'll set us all not cool sh to human civilization and then they vanished they just disappeared and they'll show up once in awhile just to check in and make sure that we're okay and I had this conversation with cliff with my Hootie of the the Sunni tribe and he said yes I mean this will show up in their flying shields once in a while checking in the fall and this will give us information but there was a time back in the day when they could get back with the all with between the Gulf possible run by some mechanism that is now hidden all lost and they said also that once in a while they will take one lucky human being with them to show them how to live in harmony and then bring them back to us and say not teach you'll is what you've experienced and such be the example you wish to see and that's how they did it that's how they help us go from barbarity to civil as a no I would go with like to come back relatively soon would you absolutely but this Angolan is white time every stage on the earth has its own particular time and the he had the tunnel culture and the Indian culture agrees with this this thing that we're now in some of the Kali yuga we have to go into godless Nash and into war and the conflict in order to recognize.

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"north coast" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Hello this is Gary Nerd Host Wine Library Aka one show Internet's and this they said we'll do it. Live doing live. I can all right it and we'll do it live so they get get that perfect barbecue case whatever but the letter fluid on strike your match and what should we call the fire department that might be a good idea <music> go to the really big barbecue central Joe a show all that talked about all things important to the world of barbecue and drilling originating from the rock and Roll Hall of Fame City of Cleveland Ohio the barbecue capital of the North Coast by the way of your program grabby awards have banned. We're looking at getting into the show laughing probably.

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"north coast" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is ferrall on the bench. Bell in Georgia, you're on CBS sports radio. Hey, hey, William can I get a side of Jack Daniels? Oh, seven get him. Get him that old. Some of that Tennessee was gamer. I dare mafia mafia says, you're not a vague. That did not go got very nervous, when we started questioning and looking at his license, it's like all bars of frolo pub cards. We were carting at the door there, you could tell you can just want her to he, he claimed he wanted to say, L, A was the best board city, but what he really wanted was for us to get a shot of Jack. He was like literally eleven. I would have given them member. I told you when we went to Comiskey that day and the kid had the stomach ache. You give them a shot at whiskey. You'll be fine. That's what happened. That's where my alcoholism started. When I was seven drinking shots at Comiskey park, I think it was right near disco demolition night. Craig in Cleveland on the fan. Brother ferrall. Hey, north coast love probe. Shaking Cleveland my brother. With me up breeds killing get him seabreeze. That's rather soft. Vox and cranberries beaches, up here, that are quite LA not quite eastern shores, but they're pretty cold, man. Yeah. Nother. I just wanted to follow up three things number one fandom. Yeah. No, no. He could never compare to some of the great city. But, you know, one of the Browns play win or lose. You take the next day off. I mean you're gonna part thirty getting one of the Cavs one at all. It was a week long party. Do I came home like you say in Vegas? Yeah. You know, smell booze women and all that. Oh. The. I always done to rebuild the end the end. We were not getting paid twenty million Lindo or or Burr. We're combining program, but we're still in the wildcard and we love our sports up here. There's, there's no doubt. You guys lovers, mafia. Also checking in, in my ear, right? They're saying that he was blowing a one eight on the hall meter on the ferrall allies are too. Same thing as Breathalyzer. We just determined over the phone. If someone's hammered Trotsky and Georgia. How you doing, brother? Hey, man. I want to ask you, I guess two part question, right? Quake, right. Okay. With him Toronto doing that a risky move that Reynolds player for quiet paying. All right. 'cause you see, Danny as doing the same thing with the AD AB. And does let's just say he falls short and it just makes it to the conference finals. Do you think that will affect his legacy? Well, first of all, he has no legacy because he's never done a thing. So his legacy is a mammoth, beg that can flat out ball. There's no doubt. He's got mad game. But I'll say is Danny aines have cards, Danny aines once Davis, and of course Danny would love him for one year. And let me tell you what they already did it with Kyrie Irving. Didn't they didn't? They get him just to see if they win at all the superstar player that didn't work out did it but they go to the eastern finals. And then what? And then this year didn't do. Jack. Right. So I know that wasn't one year but I'm just saying they've already tried to get the one player that can carry them to the promised land. It didn't work and Kyrie Irving was, he'll never admit it, but he was miserable there. And now they want Davis for one year. Why not who wouldn't? But he's going to go in my opinion. He goes to the Lakers, and he is. Is there for a while? And he's got to do great things there. And, you know, I do believe that LeBron still has game for sure. You can't even deny that the guy's still got game. Now. He's older for sure. But is there anyone like is his aides that's more athletic than him? That's more cut than him ripped than him in, you know, just absolute p condition for an athlete. Is he not a machine? He's a monster. So the fact that he got hurt and that groin caused him season is shocking, to me because he never really was a guy that if he asked me got hurt a lot. So I still think he's got a lot of great basketball left. And I'm not, you know, tons of years, but he's definitely got a couple of years, left of, of iden- Cayenne basketball. Like, you know, extreme high end basketball like where he's the still the best player on the floor. And just you know he didn't make the blasters. So everybody's written him off. And he's finished. That's like saying. The warriors finished because they lost the raptors. Now you gotta be stupid to think that they're just gonna stop winning there because they lost a series. They, they lost the series for a number of reasons and two of which were Durant, and Thomson's problems, loonies problems and everything else. And then you lose two games at home and game three and vol your dad. Then you lose game six at home. And it's over so you cannot lose games. Three and four at home in anything in the NFL or NBA, and expect to come out the other end. Star go in Florida. Twitter. Route can I get a flu of please? Can we get him a little in the ferrelli, Jay? There you go. Hey listen, I couldn't help but to hear the little dilemma, you got going on graduation, the leg missing our know how you could do without man. Well. Team that team will understand that. Yeah. So, so years. Jesting Goto, the graduation, go to the after party. You gotta get that menu. Gossiping. RG in Dallas. Yeah, man. I'm going to go ahead and pulled me up to whatever you got. Because I think I got I get he's got my solution for my problem. Good. Okay. I don't feel like talking graduates. Go ahead and to the graduation. Because it's doctor son. Anyway. Points for that. And then go ahead. Go ahead and ball out going through the man. I'm with this guy. I think you're, you're a year. Come on, man. Now, I know I'm with this dude, like Mavi, I'm with Archie because I think I should go to the graduation, and then go play and then fight with my wife for six months. I mean as honestly because I'm not going to lose that either. I'm gonna win that fight. I'm gonna get treated crappy, I may not get leg. But I will say this, it takes him stones to say you know what? Screw you. I'm gonna go to the graduation. I'm gonna go play basketball. I'll beat her for nightcap at nine. And if you don't like it have a sandwich. Because, you know, my team needs me they depend on me. We're, we're in this together we played in sixteen championships and now she wants me to walk away. So I can go to some femi- graduation. Honestly, like I you know what my moods going to be like that stupid thing. I know it's for my son. Let's leave him this out of this right now. He doesn't matter. I mean like at the end of the day, he's going to go with all of his friends. Right. It's a big party for them. Do you think any of those teenagers give a crap about me? Of course, not one of them. And when I go to that party how much she gonna dog me the dinner party. Besides negative fifty. She won't say one word to me the entire time there, except drive that car shot up. I'll just say this about your stupid, basketball team, any mar by the way I'm sleeping with one of your teammates, eventually sparked your food. Just we're talking about not going to thing. Imagine what's going to happen. If you actually don't go, it won't just be you go into the bathroom. Next time, wouldn't it be great if she killed me? You do have a large life insurance policy. Wouldn't it be great if she like actually murdered me pick ice? Is that a word respect? Yeah. I don't know what to do. I wanna play ball. I'm gonna play tomorrow and I'm gonna talk bad about everyone that I play against, but I'm gonna I'm gonna hurt feelings. And I may slew foot someone. I mean I really there's attention tomorrow for violence and I had reignite, so I end up having I could have an explosion on the court right in the middle of the game right in my basketball. Trousers. What happened the last time you went somewhere that you were told not to go to? Was that scores? She broke my nose when I slipped into bed at seven in the morning, I even got in before the birds got up still had coke on my nose to. Problem. I wait a minute. It was in my nose. Wasn't on. My nose was in my nose. Are we on the air? I thought this whole thing was are we actually on the air, it's time for day? Sports flash got it. We have one more baseball game to decide. And it looks like the Padres decided ready hunter Renfro his third home run of the.

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"north coast" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are you a fan, and we were just talking about Memorial Day? And I come back I land Saturday morning from shooting for six days. And then my wife looked at me. I said, okay, we can go to Utah real quick which we've never done. But I was just trying to think I was like Salt Lake City is hot right now the way I I every time. I I use Salt Lake City is a hub. When I go to a lot of places Dallas in your name it, and I said, this is a place, and I start thinking about places that I've been wanting to go to and places that I can take my daughter and my wife a couple of hours, but let's say the people don't wanna travel is there some various recommendations because you know, what she said she's like forget it. We're going to stay home. And I'm like, but does that mean, we're going to stay home, and like little league do nothing or does that mean, we're going to Sacramento and senior parents or are we going to go to Salah's in calistoga like actually gonna stay home with some bay area finds that you. No for people that maybe like memorial day's too short. Three days is too short. It really is. It is. And so what what what the cool thing you can do is pretty much go anywhere on Saturday morning of the Morial day and come back Tuesday morning memorial, and you can almost fly anywhere you want at that time still you can book a ticket right now. But if you try to go Friday night to Monday nights can be misery. But what we found that we're like loving right now and probably you as well as the north bay the sonoma's coast the point Reyes area. Also like the chronicle does he's amazing like weekend sections of like on Mendocino or Monterey. And there is so much stuff to do in northern California right now that there's absolutely no reason why you have to get on a plane to go anywhere cool around here. We're so super lucky. We really are. We really, you know, we found the other day. Maybe there's something we can pass on the bay area. Discovery museum. Absolutely. Yeah. I didn't go. I was on the road. But my wife took my daughter, and I'll show you that photo real quick. And that was Cape day. And it's just like it's like all the things that. I think that's the first time. I noticed as a parent that it has nothing to do with what we wanna do. Because the joy that. I get seeing my daughter and somebody's face. Yeah. That's true. That's what it's about. Right. Absolutely. And what's to is the behind the discovery museum as you probably know if you've parked there, then if you know behind that area now over the last twenty five years of the Presidio is actually going to have its twenty-fifth anniversary that is this year. And so all those areas are all fixed up now for tourists. You can go take these amazing pictures by the bridge or just sit there and watch the boats go by and that's right there as well. And you can park anywhere. You can go to that little fishing pier. There. It's there's so much cool stuff. Just not even enough to go anywhere. What about the venturous people that are listening right now, we only got a couple of minutes left because I really want to get into this. But the extreme family adventures, the people out there that really want to do something over the wall that haven't thought about it. But also don't wanna take six seven hour flight-, then be lagged. What have you? Lately. So one of the things that I'm seeing a ton right now Spain like everyone's going to Spain. Now, of course, you can go to Barcelona and Madrid and all these places, but one of our writers a Harrison just went to San Sebastian, which is up in the north coast of the Basque country. And it's like, it's like, California. I mean, of course, Spain is like California, but it's like this amazing food amazing wine, and it's right there in the little corner between like France and Bilbao, and it's got. I got my geography's bad considering my full time job. But but yeah, so it's so cool. So you can end up going there. And there's beach for your kids and like beautiful, beautiful food and beautiful parks and tons of stuff to do and the other place. I wanted to mention his Catalina, which is so easy. And you can go there so quickly from here. So that's another great spot. Yeah. I think you hit it all about the magazine real quick. It's online.

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"north coast" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"You love the monolith this, and you love Goosen, whatever spelling you ate there with you could go back there for lunch because now what we're gonna do is. We just drive west on the north coast to the next largest town the town of velocity, and my wife, and I did go there. It's a very nice down where there on a Sunday and Sunday's on the island of Samos are pretty sleepy things are not open. So. So that would be a good day for an excursion or just to go. This might be day. That'd be a really good thing to do. 'cause you're you're not going to do a lot of shopping and stuff on a Sunday. But in the city of Corvo see there is a wine co op, and that's where you can go taste some local wines and on Google maps. I believe it's called Carlos E wines. I believe that is wine co op. One quick comment before we get to far away from assembles the curse. If you take a look at this. And I'm looking at a picture of it, you could quickly tell by looking at it, the age of a Greek statue like this if it's this kind of pose which is a man standing straight with arms at his side with one leg going forward, which looks a lot like a Egyptian style statue than it predates the Greek classic period in the Greek classic period, we start to get much more realistic poses. And so a lot of the famous statues. You may have seen in the Greek museum, for instance, are Zeus who's got his arms out pointing at something or whatever those happened note happened really until five hundred three hundred BC. So when you look at a statue like this that looks a little border very rigid. Yeah. No, the truncates something particularly old very very old. I think seventh century BC is is kind of the timeframe for this. I think they say six century. But yeah, you're you know, that you're before classical Greece. Correct. Correct Solent what we need to wrap this up. Again. We every episode seems to be challenging the one before it as being one of the longest episodes amateur. We need to cover before we get to a rapid questions of the things that you can do in San hose, there's diving there's a dive shop in Pippa gory of this horseback riding. There's actually a cave of Pythagoras. It was exiled up there a little bit because he was a free thinker and free thinkers back in those times overly loved I asked my friend about going there. And he looked at me said, it's a cave. So it wasn't on mine in the ports. There are things to do with the different boats. People are offering snorkeling picnic sightseeing, swimming, excursions lot of things to do there that you would never have to leave the island. If you don't wanna go to Pat, most if you didn't want to go to Turkey, and there's also some monasteries in the hills that are open to the public Justice -servative, and they're they're very welcoming to you. Excellent. Getting to some questions you're standing in the prettiest spot in Semo. Where are you standing? What are you looking at? I'm in the port of Pippa Goria, and I'm looking at the beauty. Title fishing boats, and enjoying the Turkey is just about a mile and a half away from me. Okay. And one thing that makes you laugh and say only symbols a city can be named three different words. All means the same to them. But you can't figure it out or the same with the restaurant. Okay. And if you had to summarize Semel Psomas little corner of the world in three words, what three words would you use? I'd use affordable ancient and sunny. Excellent. Excellent. Our guest again is Dan from the zipping around the world dot com podcast, and Dan, I see that you have covered..

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"north coast" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"north coast" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Well, now zero block thirty finally we're going to get into a little fine dining for you savages. That listening to the show. We have army veteran Daniel Kim on the show Daniel, thanks for joining us next. Daniel you are currently the manager of a pretty nice restaurant, New York, right? I'm the manager and director of binding steakhouse. There we go. I love the wind director from an army infantry guy to wind director is probably one of the most drastic changes in career fields that you can have. And I love those type of changes. I bet you didn't think when you were laying out in the mud with a weapon that you were going to be picking out wine pairings one day. Oh god. No. I thought maybe I'd be on a beach so many my systems. I have to ask how did you get from infantry to the restaurant world lift active duty, and I had absolutely not transferable skills. The only thing I really could do at the time was bound. And then I lied my way until bartending gig and within a year and a half or so I was in fine dining fake, it till you make it I found that adage exclaim. Yeah. That's exactly why they did. And that was back in ninety seven. So and have to do you gotta do some pretty cool spots. Like, you went to Australia. Is there any spot that you went to one you're in that you're like man now knowing what I know about wine. I wish I could go on some of these trails. Oh, gosh. Austrailia again, I'd love to visit the the Margaret for valley near Perth in Western Australia, because it's this lush valley in the heck out of middle of the western desert and left to let visit South Australia's. Well, I Mike experience was only on the Gold Coast northeast towards the Great Barrier. Reef because trillion army has a basically their version of Fort Benning right there in Townsville and Darwin on the north coast, which is basically twenty nine palms brush trillion, which basically sucks either way. Yeah. We'll talk to Dave our boss and see if maybe for military service, if we can go back and do the wine trail with you that would be content purposes. Totally it would be very nice. We were looking at your Twitter account. Sometimes your restaurant could have five hundred and fifty guests some nights. Is there any time that you're military planning like going through the Essex or s to any of those help you like with five hundred and fifty guests at night. No. It's just about prioritize whereas rotations and making sure that you're organized for the shift. It's nut military necessarily. It's just come sense. I don't want to. Have to stand there mumbling to guess because I don't have a table for him when he made a reservation or she made a reservation, it's just about or basic organization just hearing that makes me realize how fucked up my own restaurant would be. Such a jumbled hot mess. I I'm like, the least organized person in the world Daniel, and I was a hostess and a waitress when I was in high school as a hostess, I would just sit people without like any rhyme or reason I was that person that like people just hated because I was like, yeah. So props to you because mine would be an absolute disaster..

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