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Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim

"An autopsy concluded that twenty two year old Gabby potato was killed by another person and her remains have been officially identified the findings come from the coroner in Teton county Wyoming where Gabby potatoes remains were found Sunday while the death is termed a homicide the cause is not yet released more than halfway across the country in a swampy area of north port Florida police continue searching for fellow traveler boyfriend Brian laundry trains very difficult essentially seventy five percent of its underwater police commander Joe Fussell says numerous agencies are assisting ATVs you TV's we have multiple drone operators investigators removed potential evidence from laundries parents home this week potatoes parents think laundries family members have been covering for him I'm Jackie Quinn

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FBI: Coroner identifies remains as Gabby Petito

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

FBI: Coroner identifies remains as Gabby Petito

"Authorities have now confirmed that a body found in Wyoming is that of twenty two year old Gabby potato we now know that Gabby potato a budding travel vlogger did not survive a cross country trip with her boyfriend according to the FBI the Teton county coroner in Wyoming has confirmed it was her remains found just outside Grand Teton National Park on Sunday the manner of death is termed a homicide but the cause of death has not disclosed pending further analysis the FBI is asking the public for clues about the whereabouts of potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry who returned alone to his parents home in north port Florida September first authorities are again searching a swampy preserve near the home after taking away boxes of potential evidence Monday and a family vehicle in August police in Utah had responded to the couple having a fight and have them separate for that day hi Jackie Quinn

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FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito's boyfriend

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito's boyfriend

"The FBI executed a search warrant in total weight a Mustang at the family home of Brian Landry wanted for questioning after a body was found the thought to be that of his girlfriend van life blogger Gabby potato out side the family home of Brian Landry a person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby potato a crowd of reporters huddled under umbrellas on a neighbor's lawn exactly I agents came in and out of his parents home with boxes of evidence at least a dozen agents and police officers converged on the home a day after authorities discovered a body believed to be hers on the edge of Grand Teton National Park Landry's whereabouts are still unknown in an interview broadcast Monday on the Dr Phil show Gabby's father Joseph potato said Landry and his daughter had dated for two and a half years and there were no problems during a previous road trip to California Patino said Landry's family was complicit by protecting him he says he wants later to be held accountable for whatever part he played in Gabby's disappearance I'm Jennifer king

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Body Believed to Be Missing 22-Year-Old Gabby Petito Is Found

Mojo In The Morning

01:06 min | 5 d ago

Body Believed to Be Missing 22-Year-Old Gabby Petito Is Found

"By. It was a tragic update yesterday. The fbi said human remains found at a national forest in wyoming were consistent with the description of gabby petito the florida woman who went missing during this big cross country road trip with her twenty. Three year old fiancee. His name is brian laundry. Who returned home without gabby this. Fbi agent charles jones foremost on behalf of the fbi personnel and our partners. I would like to extend sincere and heartfelt condolences to gabby family. Joe and tara. Petito and jim nicole smith as every parent can imagine. This is an incredibly difficult time for the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. We ask that you all respect the privacy as they mourn the loss of their teton county. Wyoming corner dr brent blue said an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow and said officials would confirm the identity of the remains through photographs personal identification and dna earlier today.

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FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 5 d ago

FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found

"Say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in

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Search for Gabby Petito Boyfriend Continues After Body Found

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

Search for Gabby Petito Boyfriend Continues After Body Found

"A body found in Wyoming is believed to be the twenty two year old woman who disappeared while driving cross country with her boyfriend meanwhile the search for him continues in Florida FBI special agent Charles Jones says they believe it's Gabby potatoes body that was found Sunday in Grand Teton National Park but no cause of death has been determined human remains were discovered consistent with the description of Gabrielle Gabby potato full forensic identification has not been completed to compare confirm one hundred percent that we found Gabby but her family has been notified of this discovery he says an autopsy will be performed Tuesday boy from Brian laundry has been identified as a person of interest in the case police say he drove back from their cross country trip with out her and was last seen Tuesday by family members in Florida authorities are now searching the best preserved there for him I'm Julie Walker

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Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing

"There is a nationwide search for a Florida woman who vanished while on a cross country trip in a converted camper van with her boyfriend twenty two year old Gabby potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry return to their Florida home in her van ten days before potatoes family reported her missing Todd garrison is the police chief in north port Florida two people went on a trip one person returned and that person that returned isn't providing this information police body camera video in Utah shows Petitot upset telling an officer she suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder that affects our behavior police considered her the aggressor father Joe potato wants his daughter back whatever you can do to make sure my daughter comes home I'm asking for that help there's nothing else that matters to me now but he does last known contact with family was late last month from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming I'm a Donahue

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Search on for Florida Woman Missing From Cross-Country Trip

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Search on for Florida Woman Missing From Cross-Country Trip

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities continue the search for a Florida woman who went missing during a cross country trip with her boyfriend police in Florida said Wednesday the boyfriend of a young woman who vanished during their cross country trip in the converted camper van is now a person of interest in her disappearance investigators say twenty two year old Gabrielle Gabby potato was last in contact with her family in late August she and boyfriend Brian laundry we're visiting Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming at the time north port Florida police say laundry returned to their home in the van on September first and he has not cooperated with investigators the van has been impounded by police hi Mike Rossio

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Terry Tempest Williams on Her New Book "The Hour of Land"

Travel with Rick Steves

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Terry Tempest Williams on Her New Book "The Hour of Land"

"Terry tempest williams invites us to celebrate the land and the people. You'll meet at a variety of national parks across the united states in her book. The hour of land. She describes the park. She's visited as breathing spaces each with a unique personality that deserve our patronage our respect and our protection by the way our conversation was recorded before the global pandemic. Terry it's good to have you with us. Thank you read your book. The our land takes us not to the obvious parks but it takes us to some of the less famous parks. You chose about a dozen parks to introduce to us why these parks why not win at the grand and famous ones. Would you believe me if i told you that i saw this as a dinner party. You know my mother was a great hostess and she always said you know. Pick your dinner parties very carefully because who knows what will come out of them so you know here. We have fifty nine national parks in our country. How to choose a dozen. So i really did envision it as dinner party i knew who the heads of the table would be my mother park which would be grand teton national park. The other end of the table. I knew it would be canyon. Lands national park where we live closely to. I could count on them then. I thought all right who's gonna be on the other end of the table holding the space that are reliable and for me. It was a canadian national park in maine and teddy roosevelt national park. In north dakota. I had been to the many times and they were trustworthy. Then i thought okay. Who are the dream guests that i would want that. I don't know. But i know other people who do and we can bring them to the table and i thought of big bend national park. I thought of gates of the arctic national park and effigy mounds. And i thought those were my dream guests

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3 hot air balloons crash in Wyoming, injuring 12 people

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

3 hot air balloons crash in Wyoming, injuring 12 people

"Dozen people are injured after three hot air balloons crash near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, The sightseeing balloons went down in the foothills of the Teton Village resort. At least one of those herd is believed to have serious injuries. It appears there was an unexpected downdraft of winds. Because the balloons to crash the NTSB is

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WEtv to honor Tamar Braxton's request to end future work

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

WEtv to honor Tamar Braxton's request to end future work

"Hi reality Mike Crossey TV a star reporting has gotten three out sight of doing seeing more balloons work crash with the network in Wyoming that put her on the authorities air in Wyoming Tamara say three Braxton sight is asked seeing balloons out and crashed now we Monday TV in separate incidents has agreed near Jackson to her request Hole injuring that they no as many longer as twenty work people together at her least reality one person series was Tamara flown to Braxton a hospital get in your Idaho life falls was supposed Idaho for to premiere treatment last week Teton county but it sheriff has been Matt postponed Kerr said now to whether September apparently the tenth was a factor this all comes and a few the weeks exact after cause Braxton of the suffered crash is an was undisclosed under investigation medical emergency the balloons at are her all downtown owned Los by tour Angeles operator home Wyoming before balloon that she company had complained on social hi Mike media Rossio that her career demands on that show work quote excessive and unfair we TV says it will go forward with releasing a series but in a statement it says that it wishes Braxton nothing but the best and she focuses on her health and recovery I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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3 Wyoming sightseeing balloons crash, as many as 20 injured

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

3 Wyoming sightseeing balloons crash, as many as 20 injured

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting three sight seeing balloons crash in Wyoming authorities in Wyoming say three sight seeing balloons crashed Monday in separate incidents near Jackson Hole injuring as many as twenty people at least one person was flown to a hospital in Idaho falls Idaho for treatment Teton county sheriff Matt Kerr said whether apparently was a factor and the exact cause of the crash is was under investigation the balloons are all owned by tour operator Wyoming balloon company hi Mike Rossio

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"tetons" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tetons" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven twenty AM Teton I think Putin thinks he can plan like a fiddle I think Putin is smart tough I think he sees that he's not faced with a serious adversary here but as John Bolton as national security adviser seventeen months for for president trump who couldn't be a bigger critic he could be a bureaucratic reportedly then general Mattis and others he's upset and he's a conservative but he does not have any friends on the left and they always have a viewer on the right except for the and the Scaramucci said the world in the George will's maybe that's enough we do have some good news we're getting reports now that they bait Major League Baseball has come to an agreement the framework for an agreement to resume a seventy game season that would be awesome so let's hope will follow that people be all over that Richard you're in Canada Richard you want to comment on the Bolton book yeah Brian John Bolton revealed in his book private conversation he had with the president concerning North Korea which could be very very dangerous how is that not a serious crime committed by John Bolton you know I'm not a legal expert it stuns me I mean Mike Pompeii has said you know the president is full of it when it comes to this issue he put down the book that's a conversation between the secretary state national security adviser what are you recording this I mean my goodness I heard from shooting from inside the tent but this is a bazooka being.

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Has the Pandemic Changed You?

Money For the Rest of Us

08:42 min | 1 year ago

Has the Pandemic Changed You?

"We don't really know what's going to happen with the economy with financial markets with monetary policy with the pandemic. The world is a constant series of endless surprises. Both good and bad and then as things happen that we and others don't anticipate we emotionally react to them and often overreact. Those surprises we become fearful in greedy asset bubbles conform well other acid categories. That might get too cheap. This pandemic the coronavirus pandemic has been a major shock to me and I think to most people. We certainly didn't anticipate it. And now we're coping with a dramatically different world in previous episodes. I've discussed the economic monetary and investment impact of the pandemic and its aftermath in this episode. I want to focus on how this change has impacted US personally. I see three patterns that are emerging two of which I've discussed in an earlier episode of the podcast episode one ninety seven the power of less and local these three emerging patterns are less local and leap less the principal. I've discussed a lot the same. Nicholas tile up in his book skin in the game talked about a principle called via negative. He wrote that. Knowledge grows by subtraction by identifying things. That aren't working. And removing those things he says the act of removing is powerful and less error prone then acting by addition as we've been isolated lockdown in our homes. It's given us time to think about the things that we have and do. We really need them. I'll give you a simple example this past Friday the prelude I my daughter. My daughter-in-law and my son drove three cars for seventeen hours straight through FROM PHOENIX TO IDAHO. And once we arrived here the pro. I went up to our cabinet. Open it up because we're going to spend most of the summer here in Teton Valley. We have a bit of a mice problem at this cabin. There were mice droppings everywhere. We had to clean them up. My approach to combat adding mice is to put out bait boxes with Barbie poison. I spoke to the previous owners about this. And they said they didn't have any problem with mice although they lived here full time and maybe they had a cat but my approach this time is. I took all the boxes away because for one thing when mice would come in and start eating it would wake me up and so I figured just them all out. Don't attract mice by giving them something to eat and then we'll see what happens now. This is a simple example. Simple experiment to see how it works out. But I suspect there's other things that you're doing less of gyms have been closed for most of this time. I bought a kettle bell and have been using that for strength training. So I'm canceling my gym membership. A new listener wrote me. The other day said he couldn't go to the gym so he discovered podcasting and discovered my podcast. We're travelling less. Airline travel is down ninety percent from a year ago. There was an article recently in the Wall Street. Journal talked about how air travel is going to change less direct flights slower boarding process as they board from the rear. First temperature checks before you get on the plane. Perhaps immunity passports everyone wearing mask not going to be as much fun to travel by. Plane Anymore. What are you doing less of are considering doing less of perhaps less going out less business less travel most people are doing less their subtracting things from their lives and it can be powerful. We can give us a sense of relief when we remove something from our life. Now it means we need to be strategic when we add something. We can't just extract ourselves from the economy but we can be strategic in our purchases which brings us to the second emerging pattern of local. Many many people have started working remotely and have loved it. I've had two friends that mentioned to me recently that they never want to have to go back to the office again. One of the outstanding questions is how permanent will this be? And the potential impact on commercial real estate commercial real estate prices were down ten percent year over year in April. We've seen this tram go back and forth. There was a phase where remote work was very much in fashion. And then the CEO's wanted to bring the workers back so they could all collaborate. So I don't see all companies doing this but I certainly do believe you'll see much more remote work because you can be more productive. I have worked remotely for almost twenty years now and you can be highly productive. Other aspects of local supply. Chains have been severely disrupted by this pandemic companies realized that maybe such an extensive global supply chain has some weaknesses. Will we see more? Local domestic manufacturing you're seeing modes of transportation be more local. New York Times reported in March nationwide sales of bicycles equipment and repair services almost doubled from the past year. A lot of people don't want to commute on the subway anymore or the buses and so they want to commute by bicycle. See how that goes when winter comes. These are local trans. The pro and I are going to do much more local travel. We are purchasing a camper conversion. This is a two thousand. Chevy suburban converted into a camper with solar panels. Abedin back no kitchen. But we'll be doing a lot more distributed camping on bureau of Land Management and National Forest Land in Idaho Wyoming and Montana more local with bet your local pattern for shopping. How has that changed? We've done a lot more curbside. Pickup of groceries takes more planning. It can be a little more frustrating. We busted on instant card that can be frustrating to the other day at the grocery store. We ordered two pounds of bananas and two Carrots and we got two bananas and two pounds of Carrots with institute. We Wanted Rama noodles. They didn't have any says. They substituted two huge bags of cheese and CARAMEL. Popcorn mixed together. How you interact locally with WHO? This is one of the biggest changes that I see. We can't be locked down in our homes forever. We're going to have choose to interact. If you have kids they want to interact and so deciding how. And what type of social distancing any social distancing will you use will be critical? We're going to have to kind of navigate this new culture until there's a vaccine if we get a vaccine. I was somewhat surprised as we drove those many miles from Phoenix to Idaho. How FEW PEOPLE? We saw wearing masks and how many people we saw gathering together strangers at restaurants or stores. It's almost as if people think government says the economy's open so we're back Enormou- now maybe the pandemic will just go away. But that doesn't appear to be with. The science suggests the infection rate was very high before the economic shutdown and now the curve has been flattened but everything. I've seen suggests the coronavirus has not gone away bowl. See and we have to figure out how are we going to navigate our social interactions locally

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"tetons" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"tetons" Discussed on Parklandia

"When it comes to keeping Americans safe from corona virus. This is the sound of a president. We can't rely on as various doctors. This flu people die from the flu. America can do better managing a crisis when everything is on. The line is what Mike. Bloomberg is all about mayor after nine eleven Bloomberg steady to shake city and coordinated rebuilding oversaw emergency responses to hurricane. Sandy the swine flu epidemic and West Nile virus to prepare. His city might created a pandemic response plan for Disease Monitoring Vaccine Delivery and hospital readiness and at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. He's funding cutting edge research to contain epidemics. The bottom line might get things done. As president till expand obamacare create jobs combat gun violence but more when a crisis hits Mike will make sure America is ready after the chaos of trump. That is a change. We need them. Mike Bloomberg candidate for president and I approve this message paid for by Mike. Bloomberg twenty twenty. Okay now one tell you about one of our absolute favorite product as you know. The National Park System is home to some of the most beautiful land and wildlife. But it's also home to many many reason ticks so many we need to make sure Doug thin as protection at all times with US arrest or collar. You can get one too at pet meds. Dot Com sorretto can kill in repel fleas and ticks for eight continuous months. It's non greasy. There's no smell and best of all Brad and I don't have to wrestle. Fins mouth open every month to give him a pill. Yeah Finn is definitely not a pill lover so to our listeners. With a dog or cat you can get ten dollars off one of these awesome callers by visiting Pat Mets Dot Com and using the code park. Ten that's P. A. R. K. One Zero. You can't buy this code with other offers and it's only while supplies last. Go Get ten dollars off your collar right now trust me a dog with Fleas Texan. Rv Not so much fun. Hi I'm Matt I'm Brad. This is park land. And today we're talking about Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming trails. So Grand Teton definitely rings. Way Up there as one of my favorite parks for hiking because obviously it's a mountain Meko with literally hundreds of miles of trails from easy lakeside. John's to grueling halls across boulder fields. It's got something for everyone whether you're usually walker or a full-blown masochist comes news a prize. That you've actually experienced these trails. Yes true it shouldn't be a surprise. 'cause y'all know me pretty well this so on my first trip to gain. Teton. It was part of my family vacation with my dad. My brother and my sister. This was in two thousand sixteen or Seventeen It and so this is like the first segment of that trip that Yellowstone Grand Teton thing and we were staying at this gorgeous lodge in Teton village. Which is the dream as a little man's had resort ever seen so it's beautiful stunning Unite tried to go back there this past summer when night but everything was pretty much closed. Yeah it's not really a late night town gas but we were there like nine. Pm and I was desperate to take you back to my favorite spots and show you around but oh well. We wound up finding like expensive Sushi and it was. It was all fine but anyway the first full day were the park. We asked the hotel concierge for some hiking trail recommendations this when I was with my family and he suggested something called the Delta Lake trail with his actually an unmarked trail that veers off Amphitheater Lake trail which is kind of the main thing that you see on the map. Yeah and so- Delta Lake was not even listed any of the guidebooks we had. We hadn't heard about it. We were just basically got this guy's recommendation and what he was explaining to us the locals. But that's Kinda scary. I'm surprised you actually agreed to do that. Yeah me too. In retrospect so this trail in Will START AT. Lupine meadows trail head area. Not far from Teton village. It's super pretty and peaceful and it all starts through this lush. Pine forest really smells like a big Christmas tree farm. It's very peaceful very dramatic very relaxing. But we were all the whole time on Hyler forbears. This is our first like trail that we're doing trip and we're obviously all nervous rex about the potential to see bears so very worried. My Dad had bear spray at the ready but about two thirds of the way up to amputate amphitheater lake which at this point has had numerous which backs mountain with some sweeping valley views below. We cut off into the woods towards Delta Lake and things started to get very icy and very snowy pretty quick and we were not properly dressed for at all. We were just for like late summer. Snow Free Walking Leisurely Hiking. Not For this. None of us had gloves. And we're all just like hiking shoes or sneakers even think I was wearing sneakers. So we really gotta get you better hiking. Oh thanks as much as you do. You need to have the best use right. Yeah I think. One of the pairs of shoes. I had literally as a hole in the bottom. Like it's it's ridiculous not okay now and especially for a grilling chair like this. Which had deeper snow. Which went over boulder fields and steep slopes that were literally crawl up some of them and get like hands on and remember like we didn't have gloves so yeah this isn't great but when we finally made it up to Delta Lake. It really was amazing and we had it all to ourselves. It's gorgeous perfectly still a glacial lake that looks like a mirror in the midst of these peaks and the main Teton. The Grand Teton was perfectly situated on the opposite side of the lake rising above the cloud of fog reflecting the water it was really such an amazing and surreal place to eat the rest of our breakfast burritos that does sound really amazing and peaceful. Yeah yeah well. The peacefulness came to a screeching halt on the way back down when we were literally sliding down these steep slopes in crashing into rocks and trying to keep our hands from frostbite at a certain point. I think I was like crying and laughing at the same time in my brother and sister like are you actually okay or do work and I'm like I I don't know honestly I can't tell you I was just like uncomfortable and laughing at the outrageousness of it all. I think that is pretty crazy. Yeah and we were wondering this whole time if the concierge recommended this hike to us because he wanted to kill us like was was this a militias recommendation. Because pull the jokes offering because you lived to tell the tale. Yeah and I'm sure. This trail is beautiful. Must miserable in like the peak summer months when snow is either nonexistent or at least minimal but this is not the time of year for it and it was late. September snow is starting to come back and forth at least at these elevations levels the L. But at least we'd be able to see where we're stepping and not constantly falling into deep snow over boulders. Were to do this in the summer which I would totally come back and do this in the summer. I think it's a worthwhile trail. You just need to be equipped and mentally ready and on the way back down. Once we're back on the main trail. We actually did see an adolescent grizzly bear eating dairies or something it was just like foraging traumatic. Yes it really wasn't as scary as I thought or like this terrifying image we are like Brennan to our our minds of what it would be like. It was mostly mesmerizing lease and like there was an adolescent so it wasn't this big gigantic looming. No that was getting ready to pounce right I mean hopefully not but even if it was we made it out but it's safe to say at the end of all of this the end like this treacherous snowy hike and then the bare setting. We're all very eager to make a beeline. The hotels hot tub on the roof and that was the first time you've ever had a white Russian wasn't Yeah Somehow. I've gone through my entire life without ever having one of these in their amazing I like I. Just don't get it. I mean I used to be my go-to you drink but then I I haven't had one in a while no well. They're they're rich. They're kind of have as I can't now. It sounds something having a regular basis but for this setting like after painfully cold. Hike when you're like just sitting and mending your wounds hot tub. It's it's really perfect and especially these ones were Bresso.

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Seattle Traffic: Accident cleared, lanes moving

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Traffic: Accident cleared, lanes moving

"Romero and it looks like the accident in Seattle that was northbound I. five before the exit to five twenty is gone as in gone gone no longer on the shoulder either so that backup is gone as well if you're south on I. five it does look a little heavy from a just south of five twenty down towards the Mercer exit again as you kind of merge before the exit to the west Seattle bridge over on the east side that remains heavy southbound on four of five from before I ninety basically down to about thirty at the top of the Kenny Dale hill and then slow again as you approach the merge down into Quilla right before the I. five south center merged heading south on four oh five if you're heading down as far as Pierce county you will actually see the speed limit across the king Pierce county line but I do see some crowding just getting by the Teton then again as you approach that exit to highway

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High Avalanche Danger Out West Affects Transportation And Ski Areas

Environment: NPR

03:49 min | 1 year ago

High Avalanche Danger Out West Affects Transportation And Ski Areas

"To another story now. It's been a chaotic couple of weeks in the rocky mountains where large avalanches have closed highways ski resorts a single storm near Salt Lake City. It triggered a record forty eight slides as NPR's Kirk siegler reports. The increased avalanche risk comes at a time when more and more people are hitting the slopes in the high country. God probably Craggy Teton Mountains of North West Wyoming steep and deep Jackson hole is as a magnet for extreme skiers right. They're buddies goading them on on Matt Beauregard. And Rick lawler drop a fifteen foot cliff in this glade. Area called the tower three shits as just a melody honestly. You were just rep around rounded bounce. Skiing inbounds inside. The patrolled boundaries of the ski resort generally thought to be safer when it comes to avalanches. That's because all season skiers. I've been packing this snow down and stabilising it. But Matt Beauregard knows that's no guarantee we've actually triggered small slides on this exact face. They may duck a rope and ski ski out of bounds into the back country. But even here at the resort. They're wearing avalanche transceivers and safety gear. Just in case education's probably the most important thing. Rick here's wearing an air bag for added protection so in the case that he is stuck inside an avalanche you'll be able to pull this cord and hopefully float to the surface inbounds or in the back country. Avalanche danger is high across the mountain west. An unusually snowy early season followed by drought than dry powder. Storms then a punch of heavy wet snow last weekend in Utah. Today's storm dumped six and a half feet in Little Cottonwood Canyon home to the snowbird and Alta resorts awards and it ended up closing little cottonwood for fifty four hours and forty eight. Avalanches were reported one of those hit. The Road Mickey Champion is a forecaster here at the Utah Avalanche Center. She recorded wind speeds up to a hundred miles an hour on Ridge tops that further destabilize the already volatile snowpack in the Wasatch satch mountains. And then you put a big wrong heavy load or a wind load on top of that it just kind of upside down. It's like a pyramid when you take out the Baser Django when you remove one of the pieces says there were no fatalities reported in Utah. But last month skiers were buried and killed in avalanches within patrolled terrain at resorts in California and Idaho. Oh all of this is putting the round. The clock work. People tasked with keeping these mountains safe under the microscope Jackson Hole. Ski Patrol Director Drew Neilan stepping into his bindings above. You can't see it in the fog now. But there's a big cirque above us here and that's Casper Bowl. All and all that terrain is avalanche terrain every morning at dawn before the tram and the Gondolas Starts Spinning Army of Nielsen's patrol or detonating explosives lives to intentionally trigger slides. Now so skiers don't later and some of these can even be detonated remotely thanks to new robot like trolleys that reach even more dangerous surest remote places. Obviously we worry about avalanches coming down into the heavily congested areas. So that's one of our biggest concerns to get that work done early. Another big concern is simply that more. People are venturing out further into areas. They normally wouldn't have thanks to improved equipment. I think people assume that we're able that. We have the ability to completely eliminate the risk of avalanches within the scary. And that's just not the case but avalanche forecasters say along with the increased risk. It comes a new cachet becoming cool to say. You've taken avalanche courses and Dir as prepared as you can be Kirk Siegler N._p._R.. News Jackson Wyoming.

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"tetons" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"tetons" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It's a great great question and one that's not usually answer but I think if you want it's good to take some time to try to answer that for yourself I hope for a lot of reasons and so my answer is yes if you were take all these different things thrown a pot stir it all up cook it for eight ten hours and then take whatever they can Koch's that's my answer but it will involve the things number one I first and foremost hunt for food it's a way to provide my family with protein sustenance I can do it in a way that I'm very connected to I understand exactly where we get our red meat and so we haven't had to buy red meat for years and years and years and years I think that is not for everyone that's fine but I it's the right way for me to get my food I secondly Hans because it allows me to engage the loving gaze of the natural world and different kind of way so when I was writing this book and I'm out there hiking through a place let's say the Tetons when you're out there hiking around you're passing through location you're passing through a forester us that amount you're seeing them but you are just an observer when you go out and haunt even if it's in the exact same place a completely different experience you go for an observer to a participant you are part of everything lying king okay maybe her the circle of life it when you go out there is a hunter you become a part of the circle of life kind of like Simba and the vast is a really special thing to do every sound matters more every smell matters more everything around you is now influenced by you and influences you and what you can do next and so that I mean that's an experience that is powerful it's exciting that's compelling and that keeps me coming back again and again and again so I I I called to get food a hunt for that experience I hunt to connect with what's a very human part of what we are too right and we have T. that are built to eat meat humans have been hunting for tens of thousands of years this is what we were built to do physically and I think.

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"tetons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Storm of the season that that's the way the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City referred to it run a light accumulation of snow Tuesday morning at bald mountain pass said in the in the mountains of north eastern Utah about fifty miles east of Salt Lake City yes No was expected to develop in the higher terrain of northern and western Wyoming this morning Tuesday night into Wednesday morning according to the National Weather Service in Riverton Wyoming now one to three inches of accumulation expected above the eight thousand foot elevation in the big horn. the wind river in Teton mountains including parts of the grand Teton and Yellowstone national park's. elevations above ten thousand feet could see ten inches of snow between now and Wednesday night according to the National Weather Service. under snow is possible in the big horn mountains today mentioned in the National Weather Service discussion it's not gonna last long a warm up is in the forecast later this week. into September and honestly snow is common over the higher terrain out in the Rockies now the village of moose Wyoming located in Grand Teton National Park averages about a half inch of snow in the month of September Denver Salt Lake City they picked up measurable snow in September's in years gone by the Denver was nineteen sixty one Salt Lake City nineteen sixty five most of the lower elevations in the Rockies you typically see their first accumulation sometime in October and November that's when we usually see it for much of the Midwest and the northeast but with the exception of the I ninety five corridor they land that typically away for the first accumulating snow till sometime in the month of December. so meanwhile while it's snowing in the higher elevations out west. we're dealing with some record challenging heat. summer is back in the south east and the Midwest now the scorching heat enough to set some record temperatures in places like Jacksonville Florida Charleston South Carolina that was over the past weekend. record challenging forecast is going to actually expand its grip across much of the south over the next several days a big dome of high pressure no normal highs second week of September yeah ranging from middle eighties to lower nineties or we're gonna be talking mid nineties to near one hundred over a pretty broad area your factor in the humidity it's gonna feel that much warmer especially in the mid to late afternoon hours. temperatures are gonna peak within a few degrees of daily record highs in Atlanta Georgia this week. no records that are still on the books date back to as early as nineteen hundred which is the case on Thursday back in nineteen twenty five there's an eight day string of record highs that remain intact September third through the September tenth the Atlanta was actually one degree short of Monday's record high which is one hundred degrees set back in nineteen twenty five so we could see some record set both today and Thursday afternoon that land is not the only city challenging record highs Nashville New Orleans as well as my gum rang in Birmingham Alabama dozens of other locations could see some record challenging heat this week. so I mentioned you add in the humidity. the wind in the amount of sunlight temperatures will exceed the century mark for much of the self. on top of the heat the air mass overheads gonna limit the chance for any showers to cool things off portions of the deep south in the southeast right now in slight to moderate drought. in the upcoming forecast now would only suggest these areas are going to be expanding. in the coming weeks. so with football season under way right it's important for the the athletes you're gonna take precautions. to avoid heat related illnesses. take frequent water breaks obviously avoid exercising during the peak he during the afternoon so. another thing a break in the heat maybe this weekend other monitoring a tropical wave that may cross Florida and reach the Gulf of Mexico. regardless of the extent of tropical development we will be looking at more widespread showers and thunderstorms across the Deep South the likely will keep those afternoon high temperatures a bit more seasonable fort Meade the September. that's like one of three areas the kind of watching for tropical development right now as we're in the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. around the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five back after this on American struck in network owning land is an honor but it's also a big responsibility so you need the right tractor to ease the burden of maintaining the land that you love you need a my head right and right now my Hendra wants to ease the burden on your budget to by giving you two great ways to save you can take comma tough and reliable Mahindra tractor without paying.

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Trump's pick for acting defense secretary had long career at Boeing

Orlando's Morning News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Trump's pick for acting defense secretary had long career at Boeing

"Terrorist attack tomorrow. It doesn't take many people to the stage and attack we need to know who's coming across that border. So far is pages. Raised over sixteen million dollars on his go fund me page kovic says that if it's sixty three million people who voted for Trump each pledge eighty dollars. The wall will be able to be built covert says if the page doesn't reach its billion dollar goal, he'll return all the money. You're listening to the six AM. Expanded newsfeed. I'm Katrina scales. We bring you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. Well, let's five tries working through technical issues. Severe weather and even the pressure of a vice presidential visit until finally space x launched their last rocket of twenty eighteen the most powerful GPS satellite built to date was launched yesterday. The falcon nine rocket was originally set to blast off on Tuesday. But was delayed due to weather concerns. It was the twenty first and final launch of the year setting a record for SpaceX Wyoming employee employer is being sued for allegedly forcing religious beliefs on an employee. In a federal lawsuit. Julie Rohrabacher claims that when she was hired as an occupational therapist at Teton therapy in Lander, Wyoming, the company's owner pressured her to take Scientology courses as a condition of employment. Rohbock claims court documents that owner Jeff McMenemy declined to promote her and forced her to resign in two twenty thirteen after she refused to enroll in church of Scientology courses, she suing under the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four which prohibits religious harassment at work. No comment from McMenemy or his lawyer on the lawsuit. Dave Packer, ABC news. Retiring Defense Secretary James Madison's, putting a signature on the order to withdraw US troops from Syria. Retired army Colonel Jack Jacobs says the move is a win for Russia. They don't care about Bushell. Alyssa, they care about expanding their influence into Africa and into the Mediterranean, by the way, I think you're doing the wrong thing when Vladimir Putin says you're doing the right thing specifics about the draw down. Haven't been made public yet. But it's expected to start in the next couple of weeks Madison announced his decision to resign just days ago over policy differences with Trump. Aaa says five million Floridians will be on the road this holiday season. It's your car up to the trip. News ninety six point five. Magic mechanic, Larry Perry recommend you check tire pressure and tread depth, including despair, it's common. Many folks will have a tire pressure warning light to come on because air will also can dance and tire pressures will read lower and Larry says if you're driving into cold weather areas up north make sure your car's antifreeze is fresh and he says make sure that batteries been tested. Dave all news ninety six point five WDBO. What's that trick you put the coin right into your use a quarter? And you put it into your tread to see how much treads left, right? Yeah. And if you can see the top of Washington's head, then it's it's little long the ball side. Okay. Got it. Thank you. You at all, right, traffic and weather every six minutes, and then we're going to have ABC's Jim Ryan. Join us live right now. It's the five day forecast. Brought to you by Tupi tire and auto service. It's a cool start on this christmasy, but we're going to rebound nicely into the upper sixty s to near seventy one degrees. The metro Orlando for today big area of high pressure building across the Bahamas and towards south Florida.

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Grizzlies suspected of killing hunting guide, dragging client off horse

Ron St. Pierre

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Grizzlies suspected of killing hunting guide, dragging client off horse

"State of Wyoming tracking. Down and killing grizzlies that are believed to be the ones that killed a man over the weekend. More from FOX's Ken Duffy Wyoming's game. Fish department says they trapped and killed two grizzly bears that match the description of the same to that likely Malda hunting outfitter and his clients this past Saturday Thirty-seven-year-old Mark obtains body was found in the Teton wilderness. Just east of grantee national park, his clients Corey Thuban survived with chest, leg and arm injuries. You were trying to retrieve an elk that Thuban killed when they were tacked by female bear cub. The attack remains under

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"tetons" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Very fine tuned through a number of different calendar regulatory mechanisms that answers your question does again, if we have both of these energy sources available glucose and key tones, how does the body know what to do with the because now it's got an excessive energy and and how does it know and does it prefer key tones or what are we at risk of storing more fat? So I think of key tones is like a water soluble fat, right? I just think of is like another macro nutrient so we have carbohydrates proteins and fat, and I would lump key tones into the fat molecules so consuming Kitone. There's kind of like consuming fat, right? And we know when we consume fat, it doesn't make a store fat. Okay. Okay. So if we if we consume key tones, it's not going to make us store fat or sugar, but fat. Yeah, we're not preventing, you know, where does the the? I guess the question is if we are consuming glucose, you know, sugar and Tetons at the same time in someone maybe not following a carbohydrate, restricted diet. So what we typically see in regards to bloodwork. 'cause actually, all of the studies that we did initially and we're still doing now, we, we add key tones on top of a high carbohydrate diet, and then we look at various blood parameters. And what we see is that there's a reduction in blood glucose and it was unexpected. We'd do not expect to to, you know, see that. But that tells us a couple of things. It tells us that the bodies using glucose more efficiently as an energy source, perhaps by enhancing. What we call insulin sensitivity. So for the the amount of insulin, that's there, the our tissues like our skeletal muscle tissues and other tissues are are clearing disposing of INCO's faster. So we're fearing it from our bloodstream faster. And we also know from previous studies have been done is that the master regulator of our blood glucose is really our liver to the glucose. That's in our blood right now, came from the liver because our liver stores like gin and it breaks that down. So we we eat and then it goes to our stomach, and then all that food through first pass metabolism goes to the liver, and then our liver is kind of like the master regulator. So we have evidence that in some forms of key tones that it decreases gluconeogenesis in the liver. So that's the liver's production. You know glucose from other other things to simply adding key tones to the diet of a person eating a high Corp. hydrate, diet may enhance. It's the body's ability to use glucose as an energy source. My thought is that there are people who are, you know, always looking, we're with people. We all are always looking for a way to.

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Man in Yellowstone bison video arrested on wildlife harassment charge

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Man in Yellowstone bison video arrested on wildlife harassment charge

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

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"tetons" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Most fun things i've done maybe ever when i was watching golf yeah i guess i guess it almost works it's so bad on the west coast or west coast time zone that actually might be kind of good so in that regard yeah hopefully east coast i think is actually really struggle that i've been living in europe for the last four three years of the of the uk british open and having forgotten what this is like now i'm like scroll in the list of titime what's the first teatime that i feel like i have to see as badly as i wanna see filthy off three oh three on thursday i'm looking at that four fifty eight with speed throws and and up bonn rat as being maybe that's kind of win this thing really kicks off that's fair i know you'd probably have the sheet in front of you but no i mean i was looking at the times we were doing the open and then i was kind of a laid schedule flied out on on sunday from chicago so i it took me a little bit of time to get caught up on kind of what the tetons we're looking like a the tetons times are unbelievable i love the mixture through out of the players but yet i can't believe tiger go so late is he's saying like three thirty on thursday three twenty one i think on thursday local time yeah that guy going to do to get up at like five am every day he may go out for like another loop of somewhere nearby i mean tip them off on some of the courses this time of year in scotland i mean there's just so much daylight i love it they send everyone off the first tee so they have to spread the times out over great periods of time and you know yeah if you don't use both tease than than that's kind of the the rub the draw i don't know when exactly the first teatime is locally but i think it's like six something and then they go into the mid afternoon so that's part of what makes makes the british open what it is and what you know this term that we've all grown to love in appreciate probably more and more year of years specially you know seeing how many different scores and the number like the winning score is going to vary so greatly so in in nineteen ninety nine.

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"tetons" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Sort of cut my teeth in the cascades and a trip to the tetons and you know so this is probably good point for to describe the difference between being a climber in an alpinist because i i struggled i mean when i think of climbing i think of the climbing that i was taught leading traditional climbing gym climbing just kind of work on the mechanics yeah and i know that there are aspects of that when you are an openness because you might be required to do it but then there's also much more to being considered an alpinist yet that's my definition okay free to correct i don't i don't think there's a there's any correction needed because right now under the heading of oh you're a climber yet the the the number of existing sub disciplines of this point is is considerable and and some of that has to do with you know with the advent of the indoor gyms and that sort of thing but on but so the alpinist the root word is alps oh this is this is basically you know as engaging in something a practice which was undertaken and developed in the alps so on essentially what that means is like few hike up to the mountains you can put with with whatever you might need as little as possible ideally you climb the route under your own power you know you get up you get down you go home and the what developed sort of out of that was taking this notion of applying the very minimal tactics of you only use what you can carry and applying that to the greater ranges so the big the tallest peak in the french alps montblanc will over fifteen.

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"tetons" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Yeah you're in gosh you and you were there already knew where you wanted to go or you started researching i knew that living with the seal i had a book you know about living with my yeah about living with the navy seal that moved in with my family so i knew i wanted to write a book about this journey if it was suited for that so i called my publisher and she happened to know of this monastery that's how i got to the monastery and that that started the journey there you go and it was close enough to use in the state so you don't have to go to like grand tetons or some other place in another country or something close to you in atlanta near leno east coast at least i went to india year and a half ago as well after did this digital detox said i want to explore more so i went to india and essentially lived with monks for but i had a nice you know a nice bed and nice place it wasn't like i was living in the ground but it was training fifteen hours a day on the mind in the inner work meditation and was for two weeks the first week was learning meditation the second week was learning how to teach innovation of the people and i had some incredible experiences and it was the most profound piece i'd found with that type of work so i know that this works when you do it did you and i saw your before and after photos think you send it to me are you posted online and i was like man you look so clear and calm what was the greatest lesson you learned about yourself through the process i was very clear in comet took me a while to get to that place because when i first got there literally the first minute i walked in i took a quick tour and the main monk like my grandpa brother christopher said to me tomorrow we're going to start at seven fifteen am with prayer reflection imitation that was like great it's six oh five pm what do i do for the next thirteen hours and he looked at me dead in the eye and said you think and i was sitting in the room the size of this desk basically and i said okay i'm going to try to meditate i'm not a big.

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"tetons" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Yes yeah affectionately known as van haley fan halio okay story about that and i guess i should i don't know your maybe real babies next to us the little the little chihuahua we got here with any all right so we got vinnie here in the room we got the van right outside tell us a little bit about what your life looks like right now yes so right now we are living fulltime in the van we actually just finished building it so we built it ourselves started from start from ground zero with a cargo van and built it up with our own plans and our own hands and made it happen so you're you guys are living in your van it's been how long a year about yes so so like i said we just moved into this van however we've been living on the road in another van for about a year this month makes twelve months of living on the road living no medically and without a fixed address so bacchus out before this past year happy because we're gonna get into all like the crazy stories and the things that you guys have seen in a y a year in the van and also why you're on your second van which i think will make for a good story as well but when did this idea even come about that you're like hey we want to we want to go and trump on the us and van well we were actually backpacking in the tetons we spent about five days out there before you can get your permit to go back country camping we saw this big rig was a sprinter is beautiful but it was one hundred twenty thousand dollars and we thought that is just not realistic but it's a pretty cheap mortgage if you start to look at it like that so once we kinda shifted our mindset to this being a home home on wheels i think that really sparks an interest in us so the whole five days we were back country camping through the tetons we started talking about it.

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"tetons" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Course of a day grill league waits to about twenty brands so you're so far under what the body's ability to accommodate in terms of key johns but what's really exciting that one of the big myths that we kinda inherited when we first started this which we now senior exploded is that glucose was the preferred fuel will the by and now we have you know not and we know from from science literature that actually tetons are the preferred fuel the body so it's it's almost up it's almost a perfect scenario where the body ugh gets the ability to have a dodging the ski dawn's and it it takes them in in it utilizes him very very quickly and almost preferentially of course to glucose because of of some of the qualities the key don't zap and the mechanism by which he tones are actually a transferred into into the school system one of the things as patents um says is that on this particular meksi's beta hydroxybutyrate mineral salts in combination with medium chain fatty acids it says that a yields a significant ovation of blood key tones and a reduction of blood glucose levels so does that mean that when when key tones go up upon consumption of this mix that blood glucose goes down uh yeah exactly interests when app and the and that's just because of what you just explain the body's gonna preferentially use ketones so because it has no need for glucose the glucose where does the glucose to again.

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"tetons" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Bite into a near like squirt gum like gel into your mouth that like that be a good idea actually for key towns i get you the common at squirts ketones into your mouth that's disturbing reality koa kito scored anyway uh before this digress is key towns exogenous tetons we've that's a horse we've kind of beaten to death on this podcast but um these exogenous ketones so they they don't contrary to popular belief work as a magical weightloss upland the they can help to get you into a higher state of ketosis when you consume an exogenous kitone they they can get you into that state where you're utilizing ketones for cognitive effect or for an energy fact or for an appetite regulating effect but they're not going to necessarily burn fat off the body unless you actually are in a state of calorie deprivation for example know they do help to sustain weight loss by regulating hormones that affect way like you know for example there's this woman called coal assist a keinan or c c k that get gets released by your intestines after you eat and that's responsible for stimulating fat and protein digestion and it inhibits the emptying of the stomach and that reduces appetite to it turns out it's a really good regulator of food intake and it turns out that both the consumption of exogenous key towns as well as being in ketosis can raise levels of c c k meaning eating akito genic diet or consuming exogenous key towns can really help you avoid food cravings so that that's in a one one thing that accidents key tons can actually do an along with just an overall appetite suppression it turns out they may have a little bit of a blood sugar stabilizing effect as well um i've written before about the longevity enhancing effects of exogenous kitone supplementation because of that calorie restriction mimicking effect that we brought up earlier and so there's there's a lot of.

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"tetons" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on The Ready State

"An them i i'm not alone in that but you know we was i look back in the man you know i was already icy fortunately i was young england buffer some of that a little better but man i just look it i look at it from a performance standpoint the excise health you know how much better than i have been and more athletic and more functional and you know i will go here but i had a lot of your health problems that i really am work slavery by reading your book but telling a little bit about ajez are continuing out the other subjects will me a little bit about food rules which is your directed specifically for physicians yes good rules it's kind of be a decorative summary of deep nutrition um the new complement each other's people ask me which one should i get a horse like they bowl but uh but if you don't have a lotta time or uh you are really a big reader uh then food rules is the book for you because you can polished off two hours our than people have told me that not you know i read on the beach two hours i went home and i uh redid my kitchen i detoxified my kitchen ed's then i lost in a forty pelted them off i diabetes while it does tell you know what you need to know and the the the premise of the book is that we were going to help you reduce your inflammation because the crux of what's bad about the modern diet is that his proinflammatory and inflammation in the body um you know we we dutifully can kind of sense it yeah that it like oh i feel inflamed something puffy in swollen your ankle will be very swollen when it's inflamed but what it does and why it's bad is it russ everything about your cellular function so it disrupts her genetic function it's subset enzymes that would help you heal faster it's it is ross the enzymes that help you burn fat or that help you switchover from um or they don't struck the enzyme that help you produce tetons which are the form of fast fat that.

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"tetons" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Everything else around it doesn't matter so it's like you lose your sense of self and someone on the outside of this community that this was like why old the way that you talk about head yeah i think it's a really hard for people to relate to like it sounds it's it's just hard to fathom people have said to me you know they can understand the excitement about someone jumping out of a plane you don't have to experience it you know that it's going to be exciting and you can get it right but you card of dirt understand how a celestial event can be really exciting but there's something very unique about the total solar eclipse that there's an emotional aspect to it that really makes us feel so connected to humanity that where where just humans on this earth in this vast big universe may be m it should be compulsory viewing you know i always i've always said for it quite a few years now that the world will be better place if everybody could see a total solar 100 percent belief that and as you heard we americans are going to get the chance it will be visible on a track going across the us you can imagine a brushstroke about one hundred miles wide in diameter that starts south of portland oregon and cuts diagonally down through the grand tetons in wyoming two lincoln nebraska through the outskirts of st louis down to charleston south carolina if you're on that path you will catch a total solar eclipse if you're off the path in the continental us you'll catch a partial eclipse.

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"tetons" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

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

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"tetons" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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

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"tetons" Discussed on Science Talk

Science Talk

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Science Talk

"And i've got i've convinced the dozen family members to join me there and our plan is to be up on top of one of the tetons uh looking west toward idaho as the moon's shadow russia's in and so i wanna see the shadow as it comes in and then look up to see the corona from up there and if the skies are clear it should just be spectacular while i wish you clear skies and and uh thanks for the book a thought it was fascinating and delightful and uh it really gives you an idea about what the country and science was like back then and it is it my reading too much into it but i got the sense that a times in your writing you were subtly pointing out how similar things are now in certain ways to what they were like then well you know i do think there are a lot of similarities and i do think that the eclipse this year could have a similar effect to the wanted hanan eating 78 but of course when i was writing a book i had no idea how the presidential election with turnout or what would be happening in this country in terms of people's concern that may be an anti science sentiment is on the rise but i have to say the parallels are quite striking in fact in eighteen 78 we had a newly elected republican president who was elected by the electoral vote but lost the popular vote the democrats were furious many considered um president rutherford behaves to be an illegitimate president there were congressional hearings in the summer of eighteen 78 into voter fraud to see if in fact the election had been tampered with.

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"tetons" Discussed on Science Talk

Science Talk

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"tetons" Discussed on Science Talk

"Is the blackest thing you've ever seen it doesn't look like its they're just looks like there's a hole in the sky yeah absolutely it's in that put that part of what so frightening it does look like a hole in the sky and the other amazing thing which i knew it was going to happen but when you really see it it it it's it's mindblowing is the visible planets just come out and line up on both sides of the sun they line up there for you to for your the look at that there's there's mercury there's venus there's mars there's jupiter dare saturn an almost the straight line yeah clark go cross the ecliptic right exactly and in fact that was one of the most mindblowing things i experienced in my first total eclipse was i just had this sensation that i had left the solar system that i was standing on some alien world looking back at the solar system because i could see at all i could see the sun flanked by planets and it like this is exactly of course what you see in your high school a science taxed is now the sun in the middle and the planets around it but you can't you can't normally see it what's your own eyes uh and it just was uh marvellous and perplexing and yet really felt like i was not on earth anymore so you've seen five now is that right correct yeah and are you planning to see this one oh absolutely i been planning to see this one of course since my first in aruba uh and i made my hotel reservations for this one three years ago hired was i live in colorado so the easy thing for me to do is to go north to wyoming to get into the path of totality so i'm going to be up in jackson a outside the the tetons which is of course particularly pretty spot.

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