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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I love hearing that that made me so happy I couldn't agree with that judge Moore and I was so happy that I someone finally stepped up and said what is he said and did what needs to be done agencies executive director said the organization remains respectful to the courts billionaire Michael Bloomberg is warning the current field of candidates is ill equipped to defeat president trump and he's considering a twenty twenty run for the democratic nomination the former New York City mayor though has not made a final decision the last home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright was auctioned for about two million dollars the Norman lakes house sits on one point three acres of land along the Phoenix mountains preserve in Arizona the region sports and good morning well that's more like it two nights after closing out the road trip with a disappointing loss the Blackhawks bounced back with their second straight home win never trailed in a five to win over Vancouver Alex to break it scored first period goals along with Andrew Shaw Patrick Kane assisting on both later adding the hawks second power play goal of the night Dylan Strome three assists David camp and Brandon Saad also scored and Corey Crawford thirty six saves the Blackhawks skate at Pittsburgh tomorrow while the bears get ready for the lions on Sunday two teams to beat the bears went head to head to the Oakland Raiders got above five hundred a twenty six twenty four win over the LA Chargers college football tomorrow includes one versus two Alice you Alabama locally northwestern hose Purdue here on WGN tomorrow at ten thirty or coach Pat fitzgerald previews began this morning at seven ten Illinois on the road tomorrow at Michigan state seeking bowl eligibility and the first weekend of the college basketball season begins tonight northwestern opens the season at home against Merrimack I'll have the pre game tonight at six forty five here on seven twenty WGN bulls are off they host Houston tomorrow and out of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball date added WGN sports Capital One you can open a new savings account in about five minutes.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is here to share is big you with a poll question what you'll find at key T. A. R. dot com and get us I gotta tell ya I do you brought you bring up something in your poll question that I hadn't really even thought about it has to do with this whole cheating scandal but delivery okay Phoenix mountain point coach Justin Hager leaked game plans to opposing coaches for the past three years so I give a you know listeners four choices I feel a horrified then a an adult would sell out kids and put them at risk for injury we expect that it that coaches from opposing schools who received the info said nothing. D. this is something the New England Patriots would do all content of course and D. all of the above that's what the price you well it yeah I don't even think about this idea that could be putting his kids at risk for injury because you know I'm thinking that he's robbing them of all the great things that you learn in football and and he's robin the in the other coaches are robbing their kids of the feeling like they actually won these championship games but I I the injury thing I that that that's a new aspect I mean father if the defense knows the play and knows what the the running back is going to get the ball yeah you've got eleven guys going against one player and that's not fair and it's dangerous yes it is and so we could put kids at risk certainly all right however living with a patriots fan there's no way I can even vote for all of the above not not I might feel like it are him take take the Gatos big queue of the the day poll question KTAR dot com and by the way all of the ball all the above is leading the voting right now here's detour.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Cold air. well we got a scandal right here in Arizona a high school scandal a sports scandal if you will and you know I just kind of caught wind of this late yesterday. and it seems that Tom. it seems that there is a coach his name is Justin Hager Phoenix mountain point coach. and he was an assistant coach from what I understand he leaked game plans to opposing coaches for at least two years whoa he sent them images of plays. for at least two years so I mean think about it for a second your kid is playing a sport right. your kid goes out there and gets totally dominated. and your skew no maybe this was a year or two ago and you kind of scratching your head like some kind of stuck there maybe well it seems that this assisting coach was sending other teams their plays who was plain who wasn't going to play like in active players that kind of stuff so say you shouldn't well they they don't need right now I mean listen the Arizona Cardinals are gonna play the Carolina Panthers okay this Sunday it be like the Panthers coach you know sending Ron Rivera yeah it's sending cliff Kingsbury all the place and here's who's gonna plane here's who's on the I. R. cliff Kingsbury uses it. and they just squash Carolina well see that's interesting too did that mountain point get squashed all those years do they they go like in six oh one eight there were more there were definitely times when they got there they got okay locks clean I mean I'm gonna give you a couple times because in a second we'll talk about. why would someone sabotage their own team. okay so February twenty seven twenty eighteen this coach at Phoenix mountain point shared information about the strategy for the state championship game with pinnacle head varsity basketball coach Charlie wild and mount point loss to pinnacle by sixteen the next day. let's see November fifth twenty eighteen play images were sent to the Chandler high school head football coach Sean guano and the assistant coach and mount point loss to Chandler forty nine twenty one in the championship quarterfinal sounds like this coach for mount point was waiting until his team was in you know we're in the playoffs or was was near the champion okay and he sent all this and only would send it well I mean that's at least two that I that I have come up well the district is somebody found hundreds of these emails and what's interesting is a happen for two years right B. R. how many coaches knew we didn't say anything how many coaches use this information verses didn't use the information. and then why would this guy do it okay what it what do you think he did it why would he sabotaged his own school the it's gonna be sour grapes or he's just to be a jerk well the only thing that I can think of is why would you go to that extreme to sabotage something that you're involved with like a company or a sports team or whatever you either want to position that they didn't give you or you have got it out for the head guy in charge or somebody on that team that you hate so much you are willing to do the unthinkable you are willing to turn turn cold Benedict Arnold whatever whatever you and you know all the names who you know any spy in history you go against a country commit treason against your own team because you either think you're a better coach or maybe this guy you just don't like and you want to be gone but they're not gonna fire what I hate about the story most is this is high school and kids trust their coaches. I mean when I was in high school and I played we trust our coaches. and that that's happened you know that's happening we kids now you trust their coaches and this guy just sold them out and you've got a feel for these kids because these kids today now are finding out what did they did they really miss out on championships and all that because of the games that's not my point I mean my point really is if you're a kid and you trust your coach and you go out there and you want to go to war you wanna play for your coach and then today you find out what your coach did it's heartbreaking for a kid yeah it really is because Austin an adult and needed told screwed you but I guess what I'm saying is it can can somebody bring a lawsuit against this guy saying there's a direct link between us losing a championship for us losing whatever I don't know how to talk I know the kids feel I'm just talking about how the kids well that's what I'm saying if I'm a kid and I'm like Hey mom and dad this happened so you're talking with heroin yeah can the parent say Hey look you cost might get a scholarship you cost him you know a future in the you know in the college let you know whatever I don't know I don't know how you punish this guy now he's resigned he says he's going to take another opportunity which by the way I don't believe but I mean this guy could go coach somewhere else maybe out of state right now you can is there a is there a national like list that you blacklist this guy I yeah right word of mouth which is probably. well again there's so many coaches in so many districts I wonder if this guy's going to resurface in some other state may be doing the same I don't know I don't get it you know just as bad as this guy the coaches who took the information and actually used and then used it now because I think you could really injury kit let me give an example let's say that this coach Justin Hager okay Phoenix mountain point right and he leaks the game plan which we've seen over these hundreds of emails you leave the game plan to sign some other team we're not the name of just another team right that team are the head coach gets the information. and then one way or another feeds it to his kids his players the players now on the field know exactly what their opponent is going to do it so let's say you've got a running back and you hear the quarterback announced the put you know the play for twenty five yeah then the defense knows what's coming right because everything's been leaked right they know or run is coming so you've got all those big office a defensive lineman aware there's gonna going trying hit the kid is going to get the ball the nose get the ball you know who's going to get the ball you're a target that it's easier to target yeah and I just I can't imagine that this coach I know we did it because it's pretty obvious but I don't know what goes through that guy's mine because he's putting kids it at at harm for it for real injuries. if you know what the other team is going to do. and apparently a lot of the stories a lot of the kids from Phoenix mountain point would go back to the bench and just say coach they know every play that'll get it we know what we're doing we can we just went three and out this was a disaster running they knew it then they went back on the field coach we went three and out it was a disaster they know what we're doing what's going on and there's gonna be a lot of frustration a lot of bitterness I'm sure I I don't know what you can do as far as a punishment for this guy okay resigned he left the city has another opportunity but there's there's gotta be some thing and I've heard this before from other parents that have kids in in these days it's really kind of the wild wild west you can't stop a guy from moving out of state doing the same thing you can't stop them unless there is a criminal act is there a criminal act here I don't care what I don't know if there's anything illegal right so far I have not heard anything I mean but what a bag you screwed kids over you put in harm's way you basically change the outcome of these games Bruce and Pamela today had the father of three boys who went to mountain point and played on the football team David Hino hoser let's listen what he had to say about will parents sued in hearing some of the parents speak there sounds like that could happen it's definitely on the table I think their parents in general because you know we we put our voice through a lot it expressly being at mount point nationally ranked team they got to go through trainings and different sessions and we're constantly getting them with you know supplement everything that it takes. them for this that the football games and to to have that happen is is just it's mind blowing and and I think that parents are still trying to process it they're trying to make sense of why but at the same time they're upset with the coaches that didn't say anything yeah I think the coaches who took the information they're a lot there a lot of names in this report they should all be fired you know you take the information and you use it right his high school football I know you can really use that and there are some coaches that said I'm not I'm not even looking at this they just deleted a door into the email and said now we're gonna go out and you know there I go I'm sorry it took two years though to figure this out or something or a guy from what Vegas a coach from Vegas contacted somebody at the school district and say look this is what I have and they did an investigation two years crazy crazy it is and and you know what I mean I'm very competitive I like to win at everything you know I I I'm always been that way that way losing stinks okay but a loss. is is one thing a loss when you find out your own coach. sabotage right is a totally different right different it's one thing to steal steal signs in the moment or figure out the play in the moment that's another when you game plan knowing what the place that's awful all right we'll talk a little bit more about this later but coming up next what is it okay to cheer the villains in politics next..

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

"Those who have already contributed. Once again, you can join our fan club patriot dot com slash hilarious. Humanitarian pod. You can also check that out in the link in our bio on Instagram hilarious humanitarian spot. So before we jump into our topic today, though, we wanted to touch on some interesting, pop culture, topics for the week giant swarms of adorable lady bugs. And when hiking rescues, go wrong. All right. So apparently, there was a swarm of ladybugs that were so Jain Ormuz in southern California that the national weather service radar picked it up over San Bernardino county in California. The actually like if you go on. Online on the internet search like the giant ladybugs horrible. That. Yeah. And it's like a picture, literally looks like a storm like there was like, oh, massive. Thing in the sky or whatever that got picked up by the radar. So it's called a lady bug bloom. They were flying about a mile above the ground in cloud was ten miles. Why because they're so little cute as high member seen the cutest. Way, better than locust. This way, better than locus. Could you imagine that for you knew they were ladybugs, if you just saw giants swarm of something flying above you'd be like, okay, the second coming hiring totally? The wild has begun. God where you're just like there's something on the radar, that's ten miles wide. I'd be like it's a UFO finally aliens are coming. We're gonna die. That's crazy. So it was an eminent. It was in San Bernardino mountains, and it's interesting 'cause we were up in big bear, which is in San Bernardino. And this is like two weeks ago or a week ago, and we are a laundromat, and there was this woman who was staring at my kid, and I was like, okay winner stare at her, she's cute, but then she kind of lunged at my kid and I was like, oh my God. What is happening? But she thought there was a bug on my daughter's shoulder as it turns out, it was like to lady bugs. So it's funny 'cause they're willing, ladybugs everywhere we are, basically. Basically by the swarm just do. No. And a mile up to me. I'd here's me. I don't know how high can bugs go, I never thought that high. I mean birds maybe but bugs. Yeah, I lied bugs around fucking way that is. Like a mile isn't like three thousand something I thought it was like twenty five hundred feet. One here, meth thirty two hundred I'm gonna get closer than thirty two hundred. Okay. Wins. Whoever wins the other one gets to ask when ask any question or do something silly, Aaron loves doing shutting I love bets, and there's always like, and she always wins. So she always get shit, and she's like she can get people to do embarrassing. I'm going with twenty five hundred feet for other hundred. All right. Let's see, like there's someone out there listening. That's like you guys are idiots. We'll now I don't wanna win because I don't want the pressure of having to come up with questions all come up with something right? So you're twenty five hundred I am. She is your your twenty possessive and then you're thirty two hundred. Okay. And I am and the bet. What's the bet? I don't even know Feted about it. twenty bucks. What, what is it? What are they betting the bed is closer to the truth? The better to right. Gets to have or. Okay. So how many feeder in a mild, I say, twenty five hundred she says thirty two hundred so who's wedding? Well, there's nothing on the tables. We'll just play. Okay. Okay. I really liked to be on the table. It is actually five thousand two hundred eighty feet. So I was bullshit. I, I know. And you like when you said, I'm twenty five hundred I want to look at you. Like, don't, don't take that one to look, pick wit. I don't like this game. I win. We're both were really far but you don't even know what you want. She was twice. Being right this time next time, I'll be prepared. Lord is no longer. Humble Carlin I played a game? And I made him go is strong. I made him put something on target and sing into a live. And he was like he looked like the biggest pervert because he put some kids hat on her some hat on the kids section. Yeah. And the phone down. Larry is too has. He's like seven hundred feet tall. He's six five and he's like twinkle took a little star some song, like some like. With singing into a phone looking very awkward. I'd be like I wanna give you guys a little bit of a visual errands, like barely five feet tall, and Carl her boyfriend is like six five almost six six. Yeah. It is a very interesting. Any, he's a like he's not too big. He's not like he's not like a thin. He's not cake dog. No. He's no Andre the giant. Yeah. And it's so funny because like we prefer to hug like sitting down 'cause if he gives me a hug, I literally my nose is about an inch or two above his belly button. Oh my and I looked at him. And I said, I feel like I should throw you back. So the tall tall eighty have you, he's like they don't care. It's fine. I'm like, no really you're out it. It is. We do care. Okay. Let me tell you something. We do care. Do you guys like role playing like your little girl or some not yet? I need some more starting with him. He probably like, okay, let's do something cute. No. Well, your mouth or creepy, I can only speak for myself, but when I was dating, I'm five nine and I would be so pissed every time I saw a towel dude with, and it was always like it was always a toll dude with a five foot two. Yeah. Little girl or woman. Everytime. Dna looks at you to. She gets enraged totally and I'm like, I'm just raging. I've been told an ambush just wasted on your shortness, multiple times in. I did online dating. I had at least two guys tell me I'm sorry to short really. Yeah. They were like, hey, and they were usually six three six four and I was like, okay and so I was like, well, you know, all right. I think it's fair for woman wants to talk. I talk doesn't want all my little didn't even know that, that when Carl I was like, oh, ship. How's your one tall MO fo? And he was like I love it. You just said, Mojo. I know. Two thousand five next they'll say, like, oh my God. Back to go back. I was really stoked when I met, my husband, he was six one. I'm like, all right. Cool. I just like when I wear heels, I'm six one literally how big bigger your heels. Well, they know not five inches, but they'd be like at least three inches. So there's three inches. I'm six feet. Yeah. Okay. So. All right. I dunno platforms could literally be four inches totally. And then I'm six one. And I told her I don't wear heels. Literally, the best you're gonna get a home. And he was like I don't care. I was like, oh, God when I would date it was hard for me to find because they're all just a like, yeah. All the tall guys were with short people. So I would meet dudes that were like five ten and I'm like, all right. I'm five nine. So I'm gonna wear flats, and have bad posture. And And then then I I was was like. like. Back. Sterling screw this. I don't care. So I did it a few guys that were shorter than me. And they didn't care which was also hot. Yes. Like some get over the a lot of people aren't aren't into that. I don't care. No. And I would date some guys that we're really close five five still at four inches above me. Yeah. And people like these kinda short and I'm like he's tall me. I should take one for the team. I should take a short. He says that like he's kinda short. You're like young by fee. Everybody's taller great. He's not fucking you. Oh, it's nice. I could kiss them and I have to tippy toes. And now I'm like, vic- step some here neck, probably hurt. He he's more. He makes it work more than I do. I dislike tilt une- like Benz, and yeah. You're trying to kick us good. Good. This standing up. Yeah. We'll go on bended knee. But every time but we should get Erin some stilettos. Oh my it'd be five seven. That'd be funny, and I'm definitely like a little bit of a koala. So I'm like all over him. So if we like to down, I'm like on. He's like you're just like prefers sitting sitting laying is definitely really nice sitting couch, that would be a dating sitting couch. Yeah. Is he walked in on kissing last night? Oh, she was like she really get a room. And I'm like I pay for this house. This is my room. And she was like, mom, mom. And then she was like, okay, she knew that I was like, not going to bend. And she looked at Karl. She was like you should be ashamed. Come on Carl, and he is like, but look her lips so show pretty and he's my God. If I were a kid. I'd be like let me excuse myself throw up on the dog. Yeah. And she pretty much talked him into making her milkshake. That's how she got. She was like, well. Milkshake right now. And he's like, okay. Okay. All right, next, we digress. Oh my God. No so excited. Okay. So this next story is seriously insane. It's probably still viral when this airs because it's this is oh, God. It's so sad. And so. You feel awful laughing, but yeah, we're gonna make Aaron watch it. But all right. So there was a seventy four year old woman hiker, who was injured needed to be airlifted from the spot. I'm already getting California, Arizona. Yeah. Yeah. Weird stuff on Phoenix mountain. They put her on a stretcher to be hoisted up into the helicopter. But the line that usually secures the stretcher was like not attached, and the lift turned the stretcher into a fast spinning roller coaster of a nightmare. If it you have to see this video Aaron has never seen it. So what we did was. We purposely did not let her watch it until right now. You're gonna go react. We built it up a little bit. Hopefully, she's the same natural reaction. I needed why. So seventy it says here, seventy four seventy four year old woman. Okay. Okay, here. She actually getting sit up. There we go. She strapped in the house. Again in a sleeping bag. She's close to getting in there, and it's swinging a little bit, which makes. Oh, oh. Finning pots a helicopter Keller. He kept not pot. Oh, and she's not stopping and they know. Slows down. She's. Her. It's a head coach. Oh, gee. Oh my God. It doesn't stop. It keeps dear Jesus. Oh my gosh. She signed his wedding. Oh my goodness. Now she's just sending a little bit. But nothing now she's tilting kind of to the side when she spins. Yeah. We want passes I've ever seen a human. That is terrible that I had. So I was telling Chrissy because We. we. I still in Christie, when the story broke, I had to Google the story first to make sure that the woman didn't die before I.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

12:59 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"To express VPN for sponsoring amateur traveler. Well, it's interesting that's in Scottsdale because of the city's Phoenix there's Phoenix downtown, and we didn't say, but there's all sorts of different places. We'll be talking about around it including Scottsdale to the east and Scottsdale. I would say of the places that I have been in the area is the most cowboy town the downtown Scottsdale has more cowboy art exhibits in stores and things like that and has more of that western heritage. I think they call themselves the most western town in the west. And it's love downtown scout till it's an arty town with this western heritage. And my grandfather actually was a cowboy so I have a fondness for the. Western heritage. We have his Spurs. He was on the last round up in Colorado when he was sixteen he busted broncs being. So I have some connection to this. Although I myself am not a coupla. I would say to if you're bringing kids along in being a western museum Alday seems like that might be the seventh layer of hell for you. You might. Instead if you wanna get in touch with the western heritage take them up to rawhide, which is a wonderfully touristy cheesy. Western recreation town in northern Scottsdale that is more of a kid friendly way to look at some of the western culture. And glad you added that I have not been to rawhide. I was looking at that the other day going I have to get up there. I took my kids there as as a kid. We join it. I mean, it's touristy it's cheesy. But it's great western spirit has some sections for kids and the western area part of it is Scott some good stuff. But both the heard and western spirit. Are pretty adult oriented museums. And glad you mentioned the old town Scottsdale because that would be my other recommendation as once you finish western spirit is actually right along that area where all the galleries an auction houses and studios and things are and they've got that fixed up as a mall. You can go down you can walk into some window shopping. You can go in the galleries. There's a whole range of art. There's the western art. But now there's a lot non western themes done by western artists contemporary artists than there was a few even a few years ago. There's a lot of good restaurants there. No problem finding someplace to eat. Did you have one you would recommend? I was looking to see if there were any that I could recommend, but none are occurring to me cafe forte. Mr. right down on that end in. It's a lovely lovely spot. They do very beautiful dinners and nice lunches. There. We've eaten there couple times. It's not a budget place, but it's not super expensive either. And also for art lovers if you really into art and want something different. If you feeling a little overwhelmed by native and western art, the Scottsdale contemporary art, gallery is down at the end of the mall in that is completely different small small small museum only usually four maybe five exhibits on installations more often, but really interesting edgy stuff. So if you want a little change of pace, that's a good place to walk down to and see what's happening. And as I mentioned Thursdays. Are there aren't night? Most of the year. They have galleries are open late to museums. They're open late things are free. Most of the things are free, and you can walk around, and it's kind of event, and it's a lot of fun to do something like that were to next day three. I think it's time to get out in the Sonoran desert a little farther. I'd recommend taking a hike. Phoenix is a great city for hiking or biking more just getting out endanger, you can hike right in the city of Phoenix. As you go towards the edges of Phoenix. You have the mountain parks, which are spectacular. There's some some parks that we've that we've really really liked because they have a nice mix of trails and fabulous scenery include the mountain parks right in town and yourself thinking of the Phoenix mountains, preserve. I'm thinking of all of those north so user mountain park Dowell park farther out is lost further out. Okay. The problem with the parks like doing the Camelback hike is that you're there with ten thousand other people. So Camelback so there are places to hike inside the city I've been in Phoenix mountain preserve which is an easy hike. And then there's Camelback mountain which is between Phoenix and Scottsdale, which is a much more strenuous hike, but a very popular hike, especially to go up there for sunrise is a very popular thing to do. But yeah, it is more popular while you can get around Phoenix proper Phoenix and Mesa Tempa without a car because of the light rail, you cannot get Scottsdale on the light rail, but you can get to the others Phoenix is so much easier with a car, and if you have a car like I say north cave creek has that's a beautiful park. It's not too far out of the city. If you're staying up in Scottsdale, I generally stay on the east end of the city. I generally stay way out in Mesa the eastern end may so or in Apache junction and from their lost Dutchman state park is just stunningly beautiful Usery mountain state usury mountain recreation area, there's a number of trails out there that are. Tackler and take you right up into the edge of the superstition mountains. So you have the desert and you have the mountains. And when flowers are in bloom, it's just it's a gorgeous area. Do you have particular trail you recommend the to remember? Well, there's chew suggestions one is just about any of the lower trails in Las Dutchman are fabulous. They're beautiful. And then there's a trail if you wanna go all the way out to gold canyon, which is at that far edged the mountains at the Phoenix area. There's a trail out there called the hieroglyphics trail, which has it's a not too difficult on though, I haven't been out there in a few years, but it's still open. It's not too difficult trail that leads out to a basin where there's sometimes waterfall. There's always usually a pool, and then there's petroglyphs on all the cliffside some of them you walk right past the first time, I was out there. We were looking for the petroglyphs in. We were looking so hard for them thinking, they'd be hard to find that we. We actually walked by them. I turned around at some point and looked at my girlfriend in the petroglyphs like over her shoulder right there where you could touch them. So that's a spectacular hike in. It's not a terribly hard hike. Please don't damage the petroglyphs and don't touch them while you're out there 'cause you could date that damages the the artwork, but that's a spectacular hike on that end say we've gone out cave creek in the north has really some wonderful, easy, easy hikes. Kimba Wimpy hiker these days. So. But I would spend the day and just take your time and do one of the parks and enjoy the desert again if you're out there in the spring, the flowers in the desert are spectacular just spectacular. So that's my day. Three is Spencer timeout in for hiking around or in the mountain forests are in the desert area hiking around day four I'm going to suggest something that has nothing to do with Phoenix. Except that it's the only place you'll find this. And that is the musical instrument museum. Good. I was gonna get there. If you didn't. And it's not the only place you'll find it. But we'll talk about the game hoping to see the other one to spring. So the musical instrument museum ignored the name. It's a music museum. The name. There are instruments in the museum. So that is not an accurate. Isn't the totality of the museum? It's really about music and the people who make music as well as the instruments it's experiential in that you put on a set of headphones as you walked through the museum, and as you look at an exhibit. If you turn to watch a classic performance on video you'll hear all the sound over your headphones. If you go up and look at Bali's instruments as you look at the gamma you'll start to hear the Gammel on play in your headphones. If you're watching classic rock somewhere again, you'll hear the sometimes nation, but usually it's just the music. It's a fascinating Newseum to go through in the shows. They have their special exhibits include things like women's Rackers, costumes, or we went to that was it was an art exhibit. I don't remember what they called it. But it was like dragons vines, and it was all the inlay guitars and musical instruments from around the world from the US. It was just an incredibly beautiful show. You've been there. Chris. Wouldn't you say that there's something there for absolutely everybody? I have not been there. My wife has been there to this one. I have been to the one that inspired it in Brussels. But I have not been to this one yet. Oh, will you need to get there? It's unbelievably fun. And it takes leave a lot of time. We left about three hours to do the museum. We took my mother there, and we figured she'd be bored in three hours, and she wasn't board, and we weren't bored in the museum was closing. And so we were very disappointed that we had left more time. That's the same thing. I heard from oh if it was a trip where I drove back from Phoenix, San Jose, California, which is home for me and my wife, flew back. So she had a little more time that to to go and explore in what with reservoirs thoroughly enjoyed it. Yeah. It is a very good reputation. But personally been there I'm gonna check out the one in Brussels spring. I hope so I can compare the two, but I was very very impressed and for lovers of more world music or more. Interesting things, you don't usually see in concerts. They have a beautiful beautiful studio concert space. They're and they do full range of form Ince's through the winter at least. And so if you're heading to town, you can check out and see there might be something really unusual there that you are unlikely to hear somewhere else than it's beautiful space to hear music in. Excellent. Well, you're out in kind of out in that end of of Scottsdale. I think it is it's way north in Scottsdale. So maybe it is gut feeling Notre kind of Scottsdale Phoenix somewhere over there. The trip me up because most things just say Phoenix in the address. And so you're not really sure there is a loop of highways that kind of to me defines the main part of town. And e this is one a one on the north and ten on the south, and this is the northeast corner of that loop. It's out ways compared to the other places we've talked about while you're there. It's further west steel for something again, a little different. But now only probably in Phoenix, there's a place called the deer valley petroglyphs do valley petroglyphs, preserve. There are petroglyphs had mentioned on the hieroglyphics trail. There's actually petroglyphs you can see on the south mountain hike, but deer valley has a whole hillside boulders with hundreds and hundreds of petroglyphs they have a interpretive center that talks about the petroglyphs attacks about the area settlement in the area. It's a really pleasant little site. And if you're like me, really bad at spotting petroglyphs, these are even if you can't find them. I don't know how you couldn't there right in front of you. But they have volunteers out there to help you see the petroglyphs little show you where they are in point them out. So if you wanna see petroglyphs this it's handicapped accessible, it's an easy place to see a little bit more about the history of the area and see these ancient petroglyphs, it's in some really interesting spot. And it's a good extra spot. Run to if you're out at the music musical instrument museum, because it's kind of in that corner of more inner urban area. So for my last day. I am proposing that you leave that civilized Phoenix area behind and head out into the superstition mountains superstitions are on the east. They kind of the east border of the Phoenix area. Beautiful rugged mountains. They don't look like there is rugged as they actually are. There's a roadway into the superstitions historic roadway called the Apache trail. It's if you go out to Lou loss Dutchman and some of the mountain parks out that direction you go right on the patchy trailer up to it for a while on the Apache trail, the first half of the trail is a paved road. It's very scenic. But it's pretty good condition. It's an easy drive. Anyone can drive it. A good half day trip would be to take the trail out to canyon lake in take a cruise on the steamboat Dolly, which will take you down into. Along canyon lake and into its back in early backwaters, but the little offshoots canyon lake is a reservoir. It's Switzer flooded. Canyon has steep cliffs, lots of desert scenery, you might even see some some big horn sheep some wildlife while you're out. It's just a really pleasant little cruise either before after the Dalai, you should continue down

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"To express VPN for sponsoring amateur traveler. Well, it's interesting that's in Scottsdale because of the city's so Phoenix there's Phoenix downtown, and we didn't say, but there's all sorts of different places. We'll be talking about around it including Scottsdale to the east and Scottsdale. I would say of the places that I have been in the area is the most cowboy town that the downtown Scottsdale has more cowboy art exhibits in stores and things like that and has more of that western heritage. I think they call themselves the most western town in the west. And it's a love downtown scout till it's an already town with this western heritage. And my grandfather actually was a cowboy so I have a fondness for the. Western heritage. We have his Spurs. He was on the last round up in Colorado when he was sixteen he busted broncs, adding. So I have some connection to this. Although I myself am not a couple I would say to if you're bringing kids along in being a western museum Alday seems like that might be the seventh layer of hell for you. You might. Instead if you wanna get in touch with the western heritage take them up to rawhide, which is a wonderfully touristy cheesy. Western recreation town in northern Scottsdale that is more of a kid friendly way to look at some of the western culture. And glad you added that I have not been to rawhide. I was looking at that the other day going I have to get up there. I took my kids there as as a kid. We join it. I mean, it's touristy it's cheesy. But it's great western spirit has some sections for kids and the western area part of it is Scott some good stuff. But both the heard and western spirit. Are pretty adult oriented museums. And glad you mentioned the old town Scottsdale because that would be my other recommendation as once you finish western spirit is actually right along that area where all the galleries and auction houses studios and things are and they've got that fixed up as a mall. You can go down you can walk into some window shopping. You can go in the galleries. There's a whole range of art. There's the western art. But now there's a lot non western themes done by western artists contemporary artists than there was a few even a few years ago. There's a lot of good restaurants there. No problem finding someplace to eat. Did you have one you would recommend? I was looking to see if there were any that I could recommend, but none are occurring to me. Cafe forte. Okay. Mr. right down on that end in. It's a lovely lovely spot. They do very beautiful dinners and nice lunches there. We've eaten there a couple times. It's not a budget place, but it's not super expensive either. And also for art lovers if you really into art and want something different. If you feeling a little overwhelmed by native and western art, the Scottsdale contemporary art, gallery is down at the end of the mall in that is completely different small small small museum only usually four maybe five exhibits on installations more often, but really interesting edgy stuff. So if you want a little change of pace, that's a good place to walk down to see what's happening. And as I mentioned Thursdays are there art night. Most of the year, they have galleries are open late. The museums. They're open late things are free. Most of the things are free, and you can walk around. And it's kind of an event it's a lot of fun to do something like that. Where to next day three. I think it's time to get out in the Sonoran desert a little farther. I'd recommend taking a hike. Phoenix is a great city for hiking or biking more just getting out in nature, you can hike right in the city of Phoenix. But as you go towards the edges of Phoenix, you have the mountain parks, which are spectacular. There's some some parks that we've that we've really really liked because they have nice mix of trails and fabulous scenery include the mountain parks right in town. And also thinking of the Phoenix mountains, preserve I'm thinking of all of those north so user mountain park Dowell park farther out is lost further out. Okay. The problem with the parks like doing the Camelback hike is that you're there with ten thousand other people so the Camelback so there are places to hike inside the city I've been in Phoenix mountain preserve which is an easy hike. And then there's. Camelback mountain, which is between Phoenix and Scottsdale, which is a much more strenuous hike, but a very popular hike, especially to go up there for sunrise is a very popular thing to do. But yeah, it is more popular while you can get around Phoenix proper Phoenix in Mesa Tempa without a car because of the light rail, you cannot get to Scottsdale on the light rail, but you can get to the others. Generally Phoenix is so much easier with a car, and if you have a car like I say north cave creek has that's a beautiful park. It's not too far out of the city. If you're staying up in Scottsdale, I generally stay on the east end of the city. I generally stay way out in Mesa the eastern end may so or in Apache junction and from their lost Dutchman state park is just stunningly beautiful Usery mountain state usury mountain recreation area, there's a number of trails out there that are tackler take you right up into the edge of the superstition mountains. So you have the desert and you have the mountains and went flowers are in bloom. It's just it's a gorgeous air. Area. Do you have a particular trail you recommend the to remember by name? Well, this chew suggestions one is just about any of the lower trails in Las Dutchman are fabulous beautiful. And then there's a trail if you wanna go all the way out to gold canyon, which is at that far edged the mountains at the Phoenix area. There's a trail out there called the hieroglyphics trail, which has it's a not too difficult though. I haven't been out there in a few years, but it's still open. It's not too difficult trail that leads out to a basin where there's sometimes waterfall. There's always usually a pool, and then there's petroglyphs on all the cliffside some of them you walk right past the first time, I was out there. We were looking for the petroglyphs in. We were looking so hard for them thinking they'd be hard to find that we actually walked by them. I turned around at some point and looked at my girlfriend in the petroglyphs like over her shoulder right there like where you could touch them. So that's. Tackler hike in. It's not a terribly hard hike. Please don't damage the petroglyphs and don't touch them while you're out there 'cause you could date that damages the the artwork, but that's a spectacular hike on that end like say, we've gone out cave creek in the north has really some wonderful, easy, easy hikes. Kemba Wimpy hiker these days. So. But I would spend the day just take your time and do one of the parks and enjoy the desert again if you're out there in the spring, the flowers in the desert are spectacular just spectacular. So that's my day. Three is Spencer timeout in for hiking around or in the mountain forests are in the desert area hiking around day four I'm going to suggest something that has nothing to do with Phoenix. Except that it's the only place you'll find this. And that is the musical instrument museum. Good. I was gonna get there. If you didn't. All right. And it's not the only place you'll find it. But we'll talk about the. Hoping to see the other one the spring. So the musical instrument museum, ignore the name. It's a music museum.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Some homeowners in Tucson three for trees. They're looking for some advice on on planting. In fact, they actually came out and joins us live at the SABA home show last Saturday when we were broadcasting live there. So we've got calls already in Q, and you actually will have a guest from Tucson joining us here in a little bit. Yup. Scrape? We got a good lineup today. We've got lots to talk about for this time of year. Things are slowing down a little bit in terms of our pruning requirements for trees. But this time of year is great for planting trees for transplanting trees for doing some fertilization, we'll talk a little bit about those as we go along, and this range been awesome. Is rain the trees and plants. You're going to be really fired up right now. There's a I was walking my orchard last night. And there was the Anna apples were pushing out new growth. Six or going into torment season for apples, and they're pushing out new growth from all this rain, and it's the war they need it. And you know, that reserve of of water availability does translate into new leaf new vegetative growth, which the plants need to photo synthesized decree, the energy reserves, they need to survive and water is a big component of that. And if the trees are a little short on the seasonal rain. They just kind of hunker down and hold on man, if they get a late summer or early fall, rain like this. They're going to push a little bit of growth even though it's late in the season. I was just looking up on the hillside above our our office yesterday and typical of a lot of the Phoenix mountains, which are dotted with our foothill Pahlavi's, and they look so luscious green. And I mean, they're just loving it. They just soak it up with these nice lingering rains like that storm. We had that. Tail end of the hurricane Rosa. It's beautiful. It's a good thing for all of our plants. It's so nice to because some of us. You know, we have our drip irrigation systems, and they do a fair fair job of of watering. You have to be pretty good at at learning. How to use a drip irrigation system? Well to be able to get the depth of saturation that we need quite often. They're not tuned up in quite as functional as they should be. So we rely upon these sometimes supplemental watering I'll often put a hose out on one of my some of our larger trees or soaker hose, which I used quite a bit this summer on a couple of my pine trees that were distressed with that. The blight that they had, but it sure nice to get a nice deep soaking. Because there's nothing you can't really improve on just natural rainfall to kind of saturate the the root zone of these larger trees, it really can't be very effectively irrigated with just a a jerky meter system. Even even when it's functioning, well it said different green. They turn almost. Well, you know, it recharges a water table recharge, our our reservoir systems. And I mean, it's so nice to have a region-wide rain like this. Because it's it's doing a lot of good for the state bird populations are gonna be flourishing wildlife gonna everybody benefits from a good rain. I was driving out to Palo Verde yesterday. And I looked down at my maps. And I was on the satellite vision. I'm like, man. This is. Brown. You know, the satellite imaging Arizona, and I, but I look up and the creosote are so green the blanket night or on the desert is green from all the weeds that are popping up. It's like you look at the satellite image is Brown, and you look up, and it's it's not even the same place. We'll let you know for the last six years. A a group of us go hiking and hunting up at Apache lake every December, and we noticed last year all the hobos these the the main browse a shrub for deer were all dry. I mean, there is about about fifty percent of the shrubs were all dried, they weren't dead. But they had dry leaves on them. They were all wilted and just really struggling and this year, we know that's going to change. But in years past we noticed that they were nice and green and full. But that last year this droughts really taken a toll. But this is. Gonna be a big help. I bet this year when we head back up there again, it's going to be nice and green. I bet you're gonna find as a whole new. You're not even gonna feel like you're in the same place. It doesn't feel right. This doesn't feel you're in the one other effect is gonna be the wildflowers in spring. When we have a good nice wet winter it really produce a great crop of wildflowers in spring. So that should be a a banner year if this continues like this every month when you come in. We talk about a specific tree the tree of the month, which wanna relighting today. Well, this is one of my favorite trees of all time. And it is it is the pistachios pistachio or I'm sorry. It's the pomegranate this this this time. I there are two of my favorite P trees, pistachio and pomegranate, pomegranates are a wonderful plant in every respect. It's really considered a large shrub or small tree, you can grow it. Either way. You can kinda grow them up to be pretty pretty tall mind is about fifteen feet tall my yard. They can grow up to be twenty or twenty five feet at maturity, pretty slow growing. But. They're multi stemmed they grow up from the ground. You know with multiple stems are great screening plant. We use one kind of separates our pool area from the little back garden area beyond it on. And it's nice and full. And of course, because it's producing fruit. You want it to be nice the branches to be nice and low right to the ground. So it's easy for easy access for pruning or for for picking the fruit and what kind of fruit. Do you get off? Well, we're going to talk a little bit later this morning with someone who can answer that question even better than I can. But I will take shot at that. What kind of fruit can you get off pomegranates? There are a over a dozen varieties of pomegranates. And they they're all for producing a various sizes, and qualities and and tastes. And there's a few that are commonly available in our nurseries producer, wonderful of pomegranate, much this the same size and color that you can get in the stores and they're beautiful Ed will edible fruit. Trees are giving you something back on your investment. And this is one of those trees it. I would I think every yard needs a little pomegranate tree they're easy to easy to to grow much easier than citrus even just throw them in the ground. They'll grow up their deciduous trees to so they give you a little bit of fall color this time of year. They'll start to lose their leaves just about now. And. Keep losing leaves all the way through November and be pretty much a bear by December. And but they're just a great grapefruit tree. And this is a time of year that we harvest the fruit they they have to be easy to grow because they even grow at my backyard. Here you go I need to see the YouTube thing again because I still have figured out your easy way of eating them. Are they are more trouble to eat than crawfish? I know I know as a kid I remember opening those things up and picking out the one at a time. I mean, it was kind of a slow way to keep a young kid. Busy for for half an hour. My mom would probably give me one of those. Have you go sit in the corner and pick through those. But there is an easier way to open those up and get all the seeds out within about two or three minutes. And I have a YouTube video, look, it up pomegranate, John Eisenhower on YouTube and you'll probably find that there. And it's kind of a fun method of popping them open and opened getting all the seeds out and. Yeah. They're a great addition to any yard in there. This would be great time to plant them to anytime. This all deciduous trees can be planted in the winter, you know, turning the corner now into the cooler, weather, you can pick them up at a local nursery, maybe even some bare roots plants available. As we head into December January would they register on the lethal meter? I wonder. Meter? I I don't think so. Oh, meter covers oak creek flagstaff the flex far burrito. You're not gonna get pomegranates grown that high elevation. Are you, you know, that's that's another good question because the pomegranate festival which was held last Saturday last Sunday, and unfortunately, we had planned to go. But because of the big storm, we had I wasn't sure. The the roads are going to be good. There was so much a flash flood. Warning. We ended up not going, but it was held in skull valley this year, lots of good pomegranates up there, and Barbara will give us a little bit of a run down on that. When we have our on in our next segment. Sounds good skull valley back by between offer iron springs out springs off. Yeah, I read out a press kit. Call was held an auto last year and moves around to every year. Apparently, I'm going to definitely be a part of it as soon as we can maybe next year put that on our on. Our Vince lists the pomegranate festival. All right. I I've met to bring you a couple, and I know you have a couple of yourself, but I wanted to shout. Ours is I'm going to say it's finally about the five foot height range and it had. Thirty beautiful trauma Granitz on it that all look about perfect. Because that's the one thing that how do you know, when it's right, we'll colors Unitel you that. And you might have to taste one usually the birds loss tell you because they're going to start pecking them when they start getting a little bit larger. They can get the the the outer skin can get a little bit brittle as are facing toward the sun. And sometimes the birds will get in their starting to Peckham open because they're testing them to that's all they're doing. They're testing them. And if they start opening those up and taking quite a bit of siege. You'll know they're they're ready to go a little secret that we found is to keep the birds out of them. You can't put a small paper bag around him. Just a little a little lunch bag those little small ones, you can just kind of put it over each individual fruit. And just put a food tire rubber band around the top at at the branch that they're attached to and and you can just keep the birds out then you can keep you keep a few of. Exposed to the birds will go go after those. And then you'll be. When when you're ready to harvest them, you can just take the bag off. And you're ready to go. Our we've got Nancy on the line and wants to talk about a mesquite tree..

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In Tucson three different. Trees are looking for some advice on on planting. In fact, they actually came up and joins us live at the Sabra home show last Saturday when we were broadcasting live there. So we've got calls already in Q, and you actually will have a guest from Tucson joining us here in a little bit. Yup. Scraped? We got a good lineup today. We've got lots to talk about for this time of year. Things are slowing down a little bit in terms of our pruning requirements for trees. But this time of year is great for planting trees for transplanting trees for doing some fertilization, we'll talk a little bit about those as we go along. Panish range awesome. Rain the trees plants you're going to be really fired up right now. There's a I was walking my orchard last night. And there was the an apples were pushing out new growth. Six or going into torment season for apples, and they're pushing out new growth from all this rain, and it's still warm. They need it. That that reserve of water availability does translate into new leaf new vegetative growth, which the plants need to synthesize decree. The energy reserves, they need to survive and water is a big component of that. And if the trees are a little short on the the seasonal rain. They just kind of hunker down and hold on man, if they get a late summer early fall, rain like this. They're going to push a little bit of growth even though it's late in the season. I was just looking up on the hillside above our our office yesterday and typical of a lot of the Phoenix mountains, which are dotted with our foothill Pahlavi's, and they look so lush and green. And I mean, they're just loving it up, you know, with these nice lingering rains like that storm. We had that. Tail end of the hurricane Rosa. It's beautiful. It's a good thing for all of our plants. It's so nice to because some of us. You know, we have our drip irrigation systems. And they do a fair a fair job of of watering. You have to be pretty good at at learning. How to use a drip irrigation system? Well to be able to get the depth of saturation that we need quite often. They're not tuned up in quite as functional as they should be. So we rely upon these sometimes supplemental watering hole often put a hose out on one of my some of our larger trees or soaker hose, which I used quite a bit this summer on a couple of my pine trees that were distressed with that that that blight that they had, but it sure nice to get a nice deep soaking. Because there's nothing you can't really improve on just a natural rainfall to kind of saturate the root zone of these larger trees. It really can't be very effectively irrigated with just a a jerky meter system. Even even when it's functioning, well, it's a different green. They turn almost. Well, you know, it recharges a water table recharges are or reservoir systems. And so nice to have a region-wide rain like this because it's. It's doing a lot of good for the state bird populations are going to be flourishing wildlife is gonna everybody benefits from good rain. I was driving up to Palo Verde yesterday. And I looked down at my maps. And I was on the satellite vision. I'm like, man. This is. Brown. You know, the satellite image in Arizona. And I, but I look up and the creosote ser so green the blanket or on the desert is green from all the weeds that are popping up. It's like you look at the satellite image in the sprout, and you look up, and it's it's not even the same place. We'll let you know for the last six years. A a group of us go hiking and hunting up at Apache lake every December, and we noticed last year all the hobos these the the main browse a shrub for deer were all dry. I mean, there is about ev- about fifty percent of the shrubs were all dried, they weren't dead. But they had dry leaves on them. They were all wilted and just really struggling and this year, we know that you're gonna change, but in years past we noticed that they were nice and green and full. But that last year this drought really taken a toll. But this is. Gonna be a big help. I bet this year when we head back up there again, it's going to be nice and green. I bet you're gonna find as a whole new. Holy. You're not even going to feel like you're in the same place. Like, wait it feel right? In the one other effect is going to be the wildflowers in spring. When we have a good a nice wet winter it really produce a great crop of wildflowers in spring. So that should be a banner year if this continues like this every month when you come in. We talk about a specific tree the tree of the month, which highlighting today. Well, this is one of my favorite trees of all time. And it is the pistachios pistachio or I'm sorry. It's the pomegranate this this this time, I there to my favorite P trees, pistachio and pomegranate, pomegranates are a wonderful plant in every respect. It's really considered a large shrub or small tree you can grow. Either way. You can kinda grow up to be pretty pretty tall. Mine is about fifteen feet tall my yard. They can grow up to be twenty or twenty five feet at maturity, pretty slow growing. But they're multi stemmed. They grow up. From the ground. You know with multiple stems are great screening plant. We use one kind of separates our pool area from the little back garden area beyond it. And it's nice and full. And of course, because it's producing fruit. You want it to be nice the branches to be nice and low right to the ground. So it's easy for easy access for pruning or for for picking the fruit and what kind of fruit. Do you get off? Well, we're going to talk a little bit later this morning with someone who can answer that question you even better than I can. But I will take shot at that. What kind of fruit can you get off pomegranates? Well, there are a over a dozen varieties of pomegranates, and the they're all pretty scene, but a various sizes, and qualities and and tastes. And there's a few that are commonly available in our nurseries that produce a wonderful pomegranate much the same size and color that she can get in the stores, and they're beautiful Ed will edible fruit. Trees are giving you something back on your investment. And this is one of those trees it. I would I think every yard needs a little pomegranate tree they're easy to easy to to grow much easier than citrus even just throw them in the ground. They'll grow up their deciduous trees to so they give you a little bit of fall color this time of year. They'll start to lose their leaves just about now. And. In startling keep losing leaves all the way through November and be pretty much bear by December. And but they're just a great grapefruit tree. And this is a time of year that we harvest the fruit they have to be easy to grow because they even grew at my backyard. Here you go. Now, I need to see the YouTube thing again because I still have figured out your easy way of eating them. They are more trouble to eat than crawfish. I know I know as a kid I remember opening those things up and picking out the one at a time thought, I mean, it was kind of a slow way to keep a young kid. Busy for for half an hour. My mom would probably give me one of those. Have you go sit in the corner and pick through those. But there is an easier way to open those up and get all the seeds out within about two or three minutes. And I have a YouTube video, look, it up pomegranate, John Eisenhower on YouTube and you'll probably find that there. And it's kind of a fun method of pop them open and and get all the seeds out. And yeah, a great addition to any yard in there. This would be great time to plant them to anytime. This all deciduous trees can be planted in the winter, you know, turning the corner now into the cooler, weather, you can pick them up at a local nursery. Maybe even some. Bare roots of plants available. As we head into December January would they register on the lethal meter? I wonder. I I don't think so. For meter covers oak creek flagstaff the flagstaff arboretum. You're not gonna get pomegranates grown that high elevation. Are you, you know, that's that's another good question because the pomegranate festival which was held last Saturday last Sunday, and unfortunately, we had planned to go. But because of the big storm, we had it wasn't sure. The the roads are going to be good. There was so much a flash flood. Warning. We ended up not going, but it was held in skull valley this year, lots of good pomegranates up there, and Barbara will give us a little bit of a run down on that one. We ever on in our next segment. Sounds good skull valley back by between offer iron springs out brings off. Yeah. I read out a press kit. Call was held an who last year and moves around every year. Apparently, I'm going to definitely be a part of it as soon as we can maybe next year put that on our on. Our Vince lists the pomegranate festival, I I've met to bring you a couple, and I know you have a couple of yourself, but I wanna shout. Ours is I'm gonna say. Hey, it's finally about the five foot hydrangea and it had couple thirty beautiful trauma Granitz on it that all look about perfect. Because that's the one thing that how do, you know, when it's right, we'll colors you need to tell you that. And you might have to taste one usually the birds. So tell you because they're gonna start picking them when they start getting a little bit larger they can get the the the outer skin can get a little bit brittle as the are facing toward the sun. And sometimes the birds will get in their starting to Peckham open because they're testing them to that's all they're doing testing them. And if they start opening those up and taking quite a bit of seed, you'll know they're they're ready to go a little secret that we found is to keep the birds out of them. You can't put a small paper bag around him. Just a little a little lunch bag those little small ones, you can just kind of put it over each individual fruit. And just put a food tire rubber band around the top. At at the branch that they're attached to and and you can just keep the birds out that you can see you keep a few of exposed to the birds will go go after those and then you'll be. When when you're ready to harvest them, you can just take the bag off. And you're ready to go aren't we got Nancy on the line and wants to talk about a mesquite tree?.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We've got some homeowners in two solid three different trees. They're looking for some advice on on planting. In fact, they actually came out and joins us live at the SABA home show last Saturday when we were broadcasting live there. So we've got calls already in Q, and you actually will have a guest from Tucson joining us here in a little bit. Yup. Scrape we got to get lineup today. We've got lots to talk about for this time of year. Things are slowing down a little bit in terms of our pruning requirements for trees. But this time of year is great for planting trees for transplanting trees, produce and fertilise ation. We'll talk a little bit about those as we go along, and this range been awesome. His rain the trees, and plants are going to be really fired up right now. There's a I was walking my orchard last night. And there was the Anna apples were pushing out new growth. We're going into a torment season for apples, and they're pushing out new growth from all this rain in the war. They need it that reserve of of water availability does translate into new leaf new vegetative growth, which the plants need to photo synthesized to create the energy reserves. They need to survive and water is a big component of that. And if the trees are a little short on the seasonal rain. They just kind of hunker down and hold on man, if they get elite summer or early fall, rain like this. They're going to push a little bit of growth even though it's late in the season. I was just looking up on the hillside above our office yesterday in typical of a lot of the Phoenix mountains, which are dotted with our foothill Pahlavi's, and they look so lush and green. And I mean, they're just loving it. They just soak it up, you know, with these nice lingering rains like that storm. We had that. Tailender the hurricane Rosa. It's beautiful. It's a good thing for all of our plants. It's so nice to because some of us. You know, we have our drip irrigation systems, and they do a fair fair job of watering. You have to be pretty good at at learning. How to use a drip irrigation system? Well to be able to get the depth of saturation that we need quite often. They're not tuned up in quite as functional as they should be. So we rely upon these sometimes supplemental watering often put a hose out on one of my some of our larger trees or soaker hose, which I used quite a bit this summer on a couple of my pine trees that were distressed with that. The blight that they had, but it sure nice to get a nice deep soaking. Because there's nothing you can't really improve on just a natural rainfall to kind of saturate the the root zone of these larger trees, it really can't be very effectively irrigated with just two GOP meter system. Even even when it's functioning, well, it's a different green. They turn almost. Well, you know, it recharges a water table recharges, our reservoir systems, and so nice to have a region-wide rain like this. Because it's a lot of good for the state. The bird populations are going to be flourishing wildlife is gonna everybody benefits from a good rain. I was driving up to Palo Verde yesterday. And I looked down at my maps. And I was on the satellite vision. I'm like, man. This is. Brown. You know, the satellite imaging Arizona's, and I, but I look up and the creosote ser so green the blanket or on the desert is green from all the weeds that are popping up. You look at the satellite image is Brown, and you look up, and it's it's not even the same place for the last six years. A group of us go hiking and hunting up at Apache lake every December, and we noticed last year all the hobos these the the main browse shrub for deer. We're all dry. I mean, there is about about fifty percent of the shrubs were all dried, they weren't dead. But they had dry leaves on them. They were all wilted and just really struggling and this year. We know that's going to change. But in years past we noticed that they were nice and green and four. But last year this droughts really taken a toll. But this is gonna be a big help. I bet this year when we head back up there again, it's going to be nice and green. I bet you're gonna find a whole new. You're not even going to feel like you're in the same place. Like, wait. It doesn't feel right. This doesn't feel in the one other effect is gonna be the wild flowers in the spring. When we have a good nice wet winter it really produce a great crop of wildflowers in the spring. So that should be a banner year if this continues like this every month when you come in. We talk about a specific tree we have the tree of the month which wanna relighting today. This is one of my favorite trees of all time. And is it is the pistachios pistachio or I'm sorry. It's the pomegranate this this this time, I they're two of my favorite P trees stashing. Pomegranate, pomegranates are a wonderful plant in every respect. It's really considered a large shrub or small tree, you can grow it. Either way. You can kinda grow them up to be pretty pretty tall. Mine is about fifteen feet tall my yard. They can grow up to be twenty or twenty. Five feet at maturity, pretty slow growing. But they're multi stemmed. They grew up from the ground. With multiple stems are great screening plant. We use one kind of separates our pool area from the little back garden area beyond it. And it's nice and full. And of course, because it's producing fruit. You want it to be nice the branches to be nice and low right to the ground so easy for easy access for pruning or for for picking the fruit and what kind of fruit? Do you get off? Well, we're going to talk a little bit later this morning with someone who can answer that question even better than I can. But I will take shot at that. What kind of fruit can you get off pomegranates? Well, there are a over a dozen varieties of pomegranates. And they're all fruit producing a various sizes, and qualities and and tastes. And there's a few that are commonly in our nurseries that produce wonderful pomegranate much the same size and colour that she can get in the stores and they're beautiful Ed will edible fruit. Trees are giving you something back on your investment. And this is one of those trees it. I would I think every yard needs a little pomegranate tree they're easy to easy to to grow much easier than citrus even just throw them in the ground. They'll grow up their deciduous trees to so they give you a little bit of fall color this time of year. They'll start to lose their leaves just about now. And. Keep losing leaves all the way through November and be pretty much bare by December. And but they're just a great grapefruit tree. And this is the time of year that we harvest the fruit they they have to be easy to grow because they even grow at my backyard. There you go. Now, I need to see the YouTube thing again because I still have figured out your easy way of eating them. They are more trouble to eat than crawfish. I know I know as a kid I remember opening those things up and picking out the seeds one at a time. I mean, it was kind of a slow way to keep a young kid. Busy for for half an hour. My mom would probably give me one of those. Have you go sit in the corner and pick through those. But there is an easier way to open those up and get all the siege out within about two or three minutes, and I have a YouTube video, look, it up pomegranate, John Eisenhower on YouTube and you'll probably find that there. And it's kind of a fun method of popping them open and opened getting all the seeds out. Yeah. A a great addition to any yard in there. This would be great time to plant them to anytime. This all deciduous trees can be planted in the winter turning the corner now into the cooler, weather, you can pick them up at a local nursery, maybe even some bare roots plants available. As we head into December January would they register on the lethal meter? I wonder. Liter-? I I don't think so for meter covers. Oh creek flagstaff the flights that far burrito. You're not gonna get pomegranates grow that high elevation are you, you know, that's that's another good question because the pomegranate festival which was held last Saturday. Last sunday. Unfortunately, we had planned to go. But because of the big storm, we had it wasn't sure. The the roads are going to be good. There was so much a flash flood. Warning. We ended up not going, but it was held in skull valley this year, lots of good pomegranates up there, and Barbara will give us a little bit of a run down on that one. We ever on in our next segment. Sounds good skull valley back by between offer iron springs springs off. Yeah. I read out a press kit. Call was held an who last year and it moves around to every year. Apparently, I'm gonna definitely be a part of it as soon as we can maybe next year and put that on our on. Our Vince lists the pomegranate festival. I I've meant to bring you a couple, and I know you have a couple of yourself, but I wanna to shout. Ours is I'm going to say it's finally about the five foot high range and it had. Thirty beautiful trauma Granitz on it that all look about perfect. Because that's the one thing that. How do you know when it's right, we'll colors, you need to tell you that and you might have to taste one usually the birds law. So tell you because they're going to start pecking them when they start getting a little bit larger they can get the the the outer skin can get a little bit brittle as are facing toward the sun. And sometimes the birds will get in their start to Peckham open because they're testing them to that's all they're doing. They're testing them. And they start opening those up and taking quite a bit of siege. You'll know they're they're ready to go a little secret that we've found is to keep the birds out of him. You can't put a small paper bag around him. Just a little a little lunch bag those little small ones, you can just put it over each individual fruit. And just put food tire rubber band around the top at the branch that they're attached to and and you can just keep the birds out. Then you can you keep a few of exposed to the birds will go go after those and then you'll be. When when you're ready to harvest them, you can just take the bag off. And you're ready to go aren't we've got Nancy on the line and wants to talk about a mesquite tree..

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Oh my goodness your house last night Coming down ready devastated Fail Off my. Porch, yeah is covered by the porch and and the hill came down to where it cover the. Ground I, mean new grandma's. White you know with Tiny hail this, wasn't, golf-ball-sized by me stretchy imagination you know pebble. Sized I don't know I heard some people refer to his orders that seems a little big. Closer, to diamond maybe but weird weather and this was a this this was an amount of rain. Hail and, wind that I. Had never seen In arizona In the area I live because it wasn't that far from the radio PS two a. Peak thing Phoenix mountain preserve fifty one in. Northern roughly it was coming down and it was it was it was coming sideways because we have seventy three mile an hour gusts I want to say it was coming sideways And it was the mixture of water and hail rain and hail with combined with the wind led to like I called it a white out condition I mean the. Front, of your, health is not that far from the street now most people right we don't have like. These long winding driveways like a. Quarter mile no the my the curb to the front of my house is maybe thirty. Feet couldn't see the curve couldn't see my mailbox white out you know what I, eventually saw, when you sent it to me the nice water, feature you just put it in your friends that Dr lane water feature at my house sadly driveway Versus video It's just a waterfall From the, second story. Looking down it's incredible I don't know how you got out of. Your driveway this morning Because I couldn't, get the. Garage door open because all the dirt was packed up against it About a. Foot maybe eighteen inches hit about a foot of, mud just packed up against the garage door so you're not far from the radio station here dug up my driveway by, the way the water got under the driveway, and led to. Like like a? Ripple, or collapsing what do you call buckling of the drive but that news so wait folks. Yeah there's, more we've talked about the beautiful new water feature in. The front of BRUCE'S house the waterfall we talked. About the foot of mud up against lovely there. Was the buckling of the driveway as, well there is more. Give them the very best Bruce? So I have a, where I live it's like terraced land do you know what I'm. Saying so my my yard the neighbors are blow. Me because we're up on a little higher I'm up a little bit higher than they are so there's a retaining wall you look down upon them, and the retaining wall on, their side is probably six to eight feet tall on my side the dirt up against it and I only have maybe three or four feet of the wall Sticking up as its terraced the wall collapsed it didn't just collapse It's gone it fell into it fell. Into their they have like a like a house or a shed my. Eight foot concrete wall went through, the back, of their house party so. The last night folk says you know I haven't met these, neighbors I expect. To be them late Think, you're gonna you're gonna meet him. Yesterday I'm sitting at soccer practice out in Gilbert. With my, daughter Riley because at that point in time Gilbert was not getting. Rocked we. Waited probably about two hours after this. To to have that happen I get this from Bruce. On text messages huge storm just came through destroyed my art retention wall. Collapsed into my neighbor's house no, internet I, assume the no internet was. Don't expect any stories for me Was like I couldn't make my computer I'm like I don't have internet tonight our kept going. In and out and I'm like I'm really I don't have a lot of options right now what JV does production for us at the radio station and I was grabbing a Cup of coffee in the, middle of the show and Pamela I just want to let you. Now that I went into your office and. I. Was just a few minutes away from. Taking all of your pictures. Memorablilia down off of the glass here at the radio station he, goes because I thought the HALE, was going to break the. Window or the tree right out in front of our office was going. To come barreling through because the winds here, at the radio station we're close. To like a low hurricane seventy plus miles right. Here somebody's, gonna keep telling this normal weather patterns okay I know I took Somebody told me like a thousand one hundred year flood I go how can I have one hundred year flood every three weeks, yeah I know that somebody's one hundred years anymore let's call the. Three week floods that that's somebody Bruce is. Starting. To change their opinion I'm just saying that somebody is I don't know what it is but it strikes me. That the weather patterns are changing Because this, storm came in from a different side of town every Different is a different type of story and then it.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR news flash four fifteen, I'm Becky Lynn. With three, things. You need to know right now Authorities have identified a man. Who died while hiking on a Phoenix mountain trail near fifty th avenue and Happy Valley road yesterday police say it's still unclear if the death of forty-seven year old Kevin Loreto was heat related a. Search resumes today for an airplane that crashed on a mountain ridge. And Alaska's Denali national park, the sightseeing flight, was carrying. A pilot and four passengers from. Poland when it crashed Saturday night ASU will, soon be one of two universities in the country to offer a. Master's level degree in investigative journalism it's being. Funded by a grant from the scripts Howard foundation you're never more than fifteen minutes away from. Today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news time to check on that traffic for you again here's detour. Dan in the valley Chevy dealers. Traffic center thank you Becky Lynn not a terrible after noon drive but it does look like there's a couple of service street issues you'll want to know about it so far we're doing really good. Avoiding the big wrecks on the freeways all lanes remain open here locally and like I say the surface streets is where you gotta go for the trouble right time at the moment eastbound I ten twenty two minutes I seventeen split all the way down to the two zero two Santan still no delay at on the eastbound two zero two red mountain freeway from the fifty one east to the one zero one. You got a twenty minute ride of the sixty eastbound I ten east out to Ellsworth and only ten minutes southbound on the one at what price from the two zero two red mountain freeway down. To the two zero two Santan though service streets nags are at. Baseline west at twenty four Fourth street a crash vehicle fire bell road east of nineteenth avenue crash at twenty seven th avenue and Buckeye seventh street in..

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"It was a, it was around nine minute pace, but I was I was wiped out like I was panting and by the way I'd run, I just want that fifteen that that half marathon at a nine minute pace and I was for the last seven miles. But man, this three I was it was just under maybe nine. I was out of it and we I haven't gone pretty drunk before, but seven minute mile is a really fast. Like how do you start jogging like that was always the hardest part of jogging for me. Is the walking out your front yard and then going from standing still to jogging. Yeah, yeah. Sometimes I think just like a nice easy. Warm up is good where you start out really. So maybe even start walking and then kind of each. Do you like like, do you drive your car to go? Why would you drive your car? You're gonna run fucking twenty miles. Fucking Jong to the run. They wanna do that in the past when we lived further from like good running trails. But now we live up by the Phoenix mountain preserve so like the good trail start within a mile of our house. So we just run to the trail head and then kinda get up in there. And is it nicer? Is it nicer living out here is a runner. Yeah, we love it. It's I mean, getting used to the heat is definitely a bit of a challenge and sunburn. Yeah, but yeah, we've been, we've been, we came here in January, so we've kind of been slowly adapting to the heat and. It's actually works well for us because western states can get above one hundred degrees in the canyon sections on that race. Oh, it'll be good for us to be training and some really hot days to be great, holy shit. So so maybe I should come down to run marathon with the Ari. Well, that's what I was thinking. Like if we're going to get you into a four thirty, you're gonna eat a pacer to kind of keep you on bro. No, I'm not letting you pace me at all. I'm going to coach you through this need to be there to to get things going when needed. Do you realize what you like like you're like, you forgave dealing with the fucking Hollywood elite snob. This is over the phone anymore. Sammy that. Losing bugging mind our or this fucking thing. I've got a whole life planned out his so should be. Does stupid to record your the full experience for you? Yeah, that's where my rule. I'll be the cameraman again. Okay. Let's plan this out. So we'll find the most beautiful easy marathon. Okay. Like nothing like the some guy was around the great wall of China marathon knows I. Yeah, fuck that. Does the wall go downhill. Climb up, and I was like, that's not happening. I had. I gave aria list of all these great, great marathons, and he was like, oh, to choose from. And then I was like, and then I was like, what about this one in Hawaii? I wanna get out of this world. I wanna go crazy. And so I don't know if he's going to train for it. Well, we need to get REI on board with the program. So he's ready to break four and a half as well. And then we can have a competition, four and a half, a ten minute mile read about their and how could you could you physically slow yourself down to ten mile? No doubt. And what would you just be like you probably wouldn't break a sweat. It will depends on how hot it is if it's cool, probably not. But if it's like if it gets up above seventy or eighty, how much do you think I need to way to get to this. I honestly don't know if you couldn't do it at your current weight, what we'd be looking for as a body composition change probably though. So like you have more working wait for you as opposed to just like deadweight more the name of my next special headway deadweight. Almost ominous. What I have is dead weight. If this works really well, your fans around the start, calling fit, burn fat. Burt dropped the a and no, that's not happening. Fucking dick head was. I was at the dodgers game with my kids and he was like, oh my God, the machine..

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"So really? Yeah. I went to a division three school university -sconsin Steven's point. And then I actually moved out west fairly recently in two thousand fifteen. I moved to California count on the Sacramento area, and then just this January Nicole and I moved to Phoenix. So we're actually just maybe about ten minutes north of the airport by the Phoenix mountain preserve now. Got some good running back. They're really what part you down here. Is it the running? Yeah, and work a little bit to Nicole's, an attorney and her her job kind of had her come in this way. And then my stuff is running coaching. And then I, she worked for one of my sponsors alter footwear, and I do some of their events and things around the area. So really? Yeah. So what's it like being like, are you professional runner? I guess it depends on how you look at it like a, I think an ultra running. It's a small enough sport where to be like truly professional, you're only objective is to train and race is fairly rare. So I definitely do other things too, but I have a lot of flexibility to make sure I get in the training. I need to get into be ready for races and stuff. So yeah. Is there prize money and ultra running some races? A lot of times what ends up happening is if you do well at certain events or do well, yeah, do l. at certain events, more or less, you'll you'll attract sponsors and stuff like that. And that's what usually pays. There's not a lot of actual big prize money, racism ultra marathon running, although there is some but very small comparative. What you'd see in like other sports. To them what you sort of curiosity, what like. If you were to run just a marathon, how, how competitive could you be in just a marathon, like when you're looking at like top tier league side, getting spanked? Really? Yeah. I'm a meta in Australia boot way before marathons were even something like I had talked about them. My dad was really into marathons, like my dad ran Villanova in the sixties for John gun him jumbo Elliott, who was like a big running coach back then and. Was I wouldn't say, I'm sure this is probably back before back during civil rights but was competitive enough where there was an even a possibility he might go to the Olympics. Really. I don't know what he did. I didn't get how half-mile. Okay. But so I was always in running an oddly enough despite me being fattest, fuck right now I was always into running. I ran track in high school or in the two twenty four forty and my dad was real coachie about it. I knew about far lex before like when I was in eighth grade and so that's like Nicole. She was heavy into an early age. Really? Yeah, she was. What was your mile time in like seventh grade eighth grade. Five forty shit. Eighth grader. She was running at five forty. So yeah, so she, she got a little more serious than I was early on, but yeah. So you were really into it back into it, and then it was always something like I did it and college, but not guy. I not like the extent. You know it was like back then in college, I felt like running two miles was really going along run, you know, like the it sounds crazy. And then when I got out to LA, I started hiking a lot of really enjoyed hiking. I really enjoyed it, but I hadn't. I'd always thought wanna try marathon, and I was in in Sydney, doing the city opera house for a comedy, and that isn't a marathon that week, and I went down and I was like, Thuc yet..

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hi mike how are you join you yeah it is definitely my priority you know i grew up in arizona i love it here there's so much to see and really a couple of years ago a few years ago now is kind of hard to keep track of time but i was really really sick i had been newly diagnosed with a disorder and for a couple of years i was really cooped up i had very limited physical abilities and i was smiling through the pain to hold onto my career i was on a lot of medications that really slowed me down and made me foggy and i hated my life and one day i realized you know i'm going to be in pain whether i lay here on the couch and do nothing or whether i get outside and do some things that i enjoy i'd always really loved hiking and so i just kind of started going to the phoenix mountain preserves and doing some of the easier trails and i just found that as i started to to remember my own abilities and get outside and be distracted from my pain it really started to turn things around for me so cool you needed some vitamin d girl doses sunshine right you.

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"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"phoenix mountains" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"The if it weren't for is pro going to printers incredibly advanced to cited printing xavier to fifty percent on can paper this really is a great partner so happy to have absent as a sponsor they can command a show habs then exchange of a shame i still to come this hour here getting calendar spam on my gash was getting myself and tell you more about it what you can do to avoid it but first in phoenix arizona and about yeah first of all thanks for all you do worse supporters out here in a digital are all pleasure i love that i find high keno year phoenix mountains one of the most rewarding an inspirational experiences and what i'd like to be able to do is creative and you to video of the socks to share with my wife he can i anymore and really here for me in the long term you know the point or maybe i can fight getting more let's let's july what you're sleeper ninety i like shelby you so now have you done the troy an trail lately no i haven't i got to go do that one park is kind of a nightmare but that's great also i don't know if you've been up camelback since they re did it that that's pretty cool you know it's so i live out in the north phoenix area so you know you got so many good places here just easy to get amended stuck really enjoy of also going i like about unit is you know you just kind of come up on one side you're not north you got the north new and then you come up to the top of nine you got the south you overlooking phoenix and stuff not mince just really inspiring them eight and you know and it's and and so fantastic that you get out there and do that i mean i and i try to get out i try to go hiking every single weekend because there are so many different areas in our hometown here we can do that um forward to going up to the new granite mountain far fighting memorial trail two into this look and i think is a did a special little thing about it on the news with the are now firefighters and they have their names all on the way i thought that would be pretty amazing as well let's.

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