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"timberline lodge" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Maya is curious about doing a quote very downhill race. Hi this is my ass from. Duluth minnesota High was calling. Because there's wanting some training advice. I'm going to be running a ten mile race This fall called virginia gap in the first half out of the race. His downhill Very downhill and the second. Half of their aces flat. I'm wondering if you ever need specific for training so i don't trash my my dad's in the first half and then bonk out Any would appreciated. Thanks so much bye so this question dimmed touched on topic that came up recently with a podcast guests who lives in florida and this is a conversation she and i had come. Forget why it was either via text or email after the fact so it wasn't something people would have heard and Maybe it was just because she's she lives in florida and she was telling me that she was coming out here to do to coast the world. Famous you know the mother of all relays and she is runner number one. And if people know anything about her because starts At timberline lodge which is at the base of mt hood which is a Glacier it's it ski resort. So it's a hail mountain and so it is that i like is notoriously steep downhill for several miles. And so i told the guest to train running downhill because to such a number on the runners quads. And choose like oh. We don't have hills in florida on my say she's like oh i got to go. You know to the parking garages. I'm like go. go now pass.

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Training for a Downhill Race

Another Mother Runner

01:45 min | 11 months ago

Training for a Downhill Race

"Maya is curious about doing a quote very downhill race. Hi this is my ass from. Duluth minnesota High was calling. Because there's wanting some training advice. I'm going to be running a ten mile race This fall called virginia gap in the first half out of the race. His downhill Very downhill and the second. Half of their aces flat. I'm wondering if you ever need specific for training so i don't trash my my dad's in the first half and then bonk out Any would appreciated. Thanks so much bye so this question dimmed touched on topic that came up recently with a podcast guests who lives in florida and this is a conversation she and i had come. Forget why it was either via text or email after the fact so it wasn't something people would have heard and Maybe it was just because she's she lives in florida and she was telling me that she was coming out here to do to coast the world. Famous you know the mother of all relays and she is runner number one. And if people know anything about her because starts At timberline lodge which is at the base of mt hood which is a Glacier it's it ski resort. So it's a hail mountain and so it is that i like is notoriously steep downhill for several miles. And so i told the guest to train running downhill because to such a number on the runners quads. And choose like oh. We don't have hills in florida on my say she's like oh i got to go. You know to the parking garages. I'm like go. go now pass.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on Today, Explained

"I don't see her very often. It's amazing now. Close your eyes and think of your favorite diet. Did your meal just disappear because you're now on this diet new months you can sign up for your trial and get psychology support to reach your goals. Go neum dot com slash. Explain that n. o. M. dot com slash explained to start your trial today week. President biden and democrats say. They're trying to recreate an infrastructure plan. From almost one hundred years ago that was when franklin delano roosevelt's new deal transformed every part of the united states especially the rural parts of the country because of the roads that they created the farm to market roads the schools that they built modern schools electrification gray brechin. He's a scholar at the living new deal project at uc berkeley in california. Which has tried to catalog new deal. Projects whose origins have been lost to history. So it's most of our airports zoos. It's the triborough bridge in new york. The bay bridge in san francisco state while the state into its military bases because it segued right into the war. Federal public building the maintenance agricultural It's wildlife refuges. It's the red rocks amphitheatre outside of denver the timberline lodge on mount hood. It's those beautiful murals that you see in all of our post offices a thousand of which were built under the new deal. Its entire universities like brooklyn college federal. Your government pat not done at least some of these things. The state governments. What not done out of their own resources drive over and don't know it it's electrification. It's the tennessee valley authority bonneville dam. Graham cooley dam hydroelectric energy which we get and the water that we get which enabled sunbelt cities like phoenix to arise and grow up right It contributed enormously to our public health because at the beginning of the new deal. Minority of americans had safe drinking water and once they had built sewers and water distribution systems sewage treatment plants. We all had safe drinking water and we have public hospitals as well too. It's the restoration of the statue of liberty. The washington monument. The alamo things. We take for granted when we go and visit them at it all up next you why. The national government hasn't balanced. It's over the last six years. It's an immense legacy. We take for granted. We don't know where it came from because most of its unmarred. We're sort of recovering. Bring it from the collective amnesia. The we ever did such a thing. Why did we forget. How did we forget. I mean we built america and forgot about it. Well roosevelt in initiating the new deal earn some very powerful enemies that is the wealthy. They called him a traitor to his class because he was wealthy himself and So they didn't appreciate the fact that in order to pay for the new deal. He instituted progressive taxation state taxes. He essentially was a friend of labor unions and the working man which made him enormously popular with working class people. But very powerful people such as william randolph hearst. really hated him for that because those taxes those progressive taxes put a real crimp in such things as his collecting his building. His castles of income taxation has degenerated into iraq. I of course was an extremely powerful person. At that time like rupert murdoch. Today he was thought shaper for millions of people and he called roosevelt more communist than the communist themselves help us remember how the new deal was implemented was was roosevelt talking about just creating jobs or was he talking about infrastructure. Was he pitching it. The same way biden is pitching his infrastructure. Spending roosevelt had to address an immediate catastrophe. That is the great depression. He came in after four years of ever deepening economic crisis. And so what he did was he told the american people that we were engaged in something akin to war except that this was a war against depression so as in a war all the stops were off as far as spending goes. It's an existential crisis and the depression was an existential crisis. He said if it doesn't work the new deal doesn't work. I will be the last president because he knew that the country was right on the verge of revolution or another civil war and he knew that one civil war which one too many so what he did was pump huge amounts of money into the economy to put people back to work and to give them the self esteem that they had lost. How does that compare to the position binds in right now because the corona virus pandemic well biden actually is facing several existential crises. At the same time. One is dependent the we have that. We're not bringing under control as we should and of course the other is the climate crisis that we're confronting But in fact actually biden is in a different kind. Great depression not is that millions of americans are experiencing a great depression individually that is the enormous numbers of people that we see homeless on our streets. They are experiencing the great depression very personally. One of the things. That was very interesting about the new deal or the new dealers is that they thought seriously about how government could be used to create a healthier society. And so what they did was they instituted. Not only physical public works. They called service projects such as home care. Free education food distribution and clothing distribution to the needy they in fact actually did create a much healthier society By thinking consciously about that we don't and so we're creating exactly the opposite today clearly based on the challenges president biden's having getting this infrastructure bill through congress. We are not looking at this kind of spending the way. Washington was in the time of the new deal where roosevelt came into office with a very different situation because his predecessor hoover republican who hated roosevelt Had not been able to do anything about the depression except watching. It got worse. So roosevelt had an enormous popularity. And so what he had was a solidly democratic congress which pretty much rubber-stamped anything that he or his brain trust wanted so biden is a very tough and very different situation the democrats have the slimmest of majorities and it's not solidly democratic In the way that roosevelt had so roosevelt had much easier in some ways even though of course The great depression was a an unspeakable calamity. Time from which many people like my parents suffered their entire lives from kind.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on Car Talk

"What's happening. Here's the story. I have a nissan sentra at the are about a thousand miles ago. I developed small week around. The velvet covered asking took it into the dealer dealer. Replace gender warranty no problem well but a thousand miles later now Not only is the leak back the oil leak. It's a t. T. and t oil leak. No big deal but replacing it again. But also in the last thousand miles. I've had this noticeable ehrlich of some kind which only notice the red lines at seventy five hundred. And i only noticed from two thousand to six thousand ear leak. It's a wishing sound shish. It's constant like that Loud what is that noise. Pardon me what is that noise. That's your engine. no that's that's the blower. I work at a car. Wash thought you would taped. That's great but does it resemble that sound not quite them so you can get this noise if you just sit there and rev it up to two thousand more. Yes when i'm driving. Whether i'm not in gear doesn't matter if if the engines between two and six thousand there's a you don't have to be moving now. Oh that's good. The other thing is that i tried. I've always been told that if you put a piece of cardboard over your tailpipe and the tailpipe blows the cardboard out. You're fine if it sucks it back in. You've got potential problems. Whoa whoa wait. It's not at two thousand and six thousand. It's not exactly this guy getting the hawk wax wore importantly. Does that stuff work. Yes it does. It does no care. I've always wanted to know that. No one's ever give me a straight answer because i've always asked people that worked at. Oh never mind okay so anyway so you covered up the tailpipe with the three by five card and what happens if between two and six thousand eight doesn't exactly pull the cart back to the tailpipe but it doesn't blow out like it does before and after that range. Well my guess. Is that what you hear is an exhaust leak okay. Okay and in the simpler test is to take a take your hand with a with a substantial rag over and plug up the tailpipe. Heavy rank is it's gonna burn as best as fibers wanted. Yeah but you you only do it for a few seconds. And you're going to have an assistant ashley. Hold the rag on the tailpipe you're going to be upfront listening for the noise. And you're going hear exhaust leak. And i suspect it's unrelated is probably related to the to the work they did although it's possible very unlike it's well it's done unlikely entirely because there aren't. There is some exhaust plumbing that works some of the the emission control stuff under the hood so as possibly left a hose off that Actually what the service consultant dealer said to. I called said. Oh it just sounds like a vacuum hose was was knocked slightly off. I don't think so. Vacuum hose would would make the thing run poorly at idle in all likelihood. You haven't noticed. Any degradation of performance is that right. Not really on top of which. This didn't happen until a thousand miles. After they had fixed the oily is it's it's it's now that it's really beginning to be noticeable. So it's getting it has gotten worse and worse and worse. Yes so if they had knocked a hose off chances are it wouldn't have changed over the over a period of weeks off. You'll have been off my guess. Is you have an exhaust leak somewhere front. And that's why you're going to do that. Test you're gonna put up the tailpipe or have your friend plug it up and you're gonna be in front with the hood open listening for the escaping exhaust and you're gonna find it in two seconds. Okay when you find it. You're going to realize that they probably didn't do it. Took okay your shoes get wet. Yes they do. That's why we're compass. Are you wearing a bikini. No i'm not okay. All right kevin check for an exhaust leak and if it looks like they knocked something off going blame them anyway. I mean what have you got to lose fair enough good luck. Thank you very much. Gentlemen by car wash bikini carol. Hot wax eight something about the never mind. How can they claim by the hot wax and the hot wax will not get all over your windshield. It will not cloud up anything because it it it. Well the reason that it doesn't adhere to oxide fish is the coding plastic coating on the side of the windshield. The windshield right. There is no such thing as black. I mean how would you ever no. I mean the guy says the next two bucks and we'll give you hot wax that but the little light will come on. When you're sitting in the car you get to the area where it says hot in the light flash hot lax on. Nothing's going to you. Do see a slight yellowing of the liquid pouring on your car. And that's what i figured it. Also some bedrooms the urinals all at the sale wash the light come on in cats it was just the wrong. It probably is probably is wrong. Yeah wasn't much thought as a lawyer on car. Talk from arcadia california uh-huh a. t. h. arcada whereas arteta in humboldt county which is about five hours north of san francisco anyway. I have an eighty four volvo diesel. That i love and i guess it was a few months ago. I took it to the mechanic because my glove compartment was stuck and the mechanic. But i took it to named walk. Don't tell you his name but he owns a very high and german motors place in town. I was the only place to bring a diesel volvo georg. I like hans hutt very close helmet. That good of course henderson four. German names exhausted the moment to well. I always that listening anyway. So helmet fixed a lot of things with my car. I took it in my glove compartment stuck and three weeks later and three thousand dollars later. I got a glove compartment. Will he did a lot more. And one of the things. He did was a fuel injection system pretty much but he replaced the whole system and Two or three weeks later. I was driving up to oregon through oregon to go to a wedding and seattle and we stopped it timberline lodge which is on mount hood. My boyfriend recommended driving up the hill. And it exactly forty five hundred feet. The car just completely stalled. And i know it's forty five hundred feet because i had a topographical map in front of me because we planning on going to mount hood so we didn't understand what was going on. We had to call a tracking. Get it towed. Back to portland. Which was one hundred and fifty dollars. We get back to portland and the sudas. The car gets off the tow truck. It just starts up. No problem and i have for a living. I lead backpacking trips. So i drive up. The higher elevations pretty often in the summertime. Have.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

"Gluttony and a review accent in her that. Got some weird old testament like vibes going on. Yeah right. I was so lost. Both phrases like strength honored discipline. I think is like a military say that sounds about. And then but when i google greed comfort gluttony. I was thinking maybe this is a reference to twin peaks. Yeah thing. I would have been fun. But all i can find is like the seven deadly sins. Yeah it's too of dark and creepy and then to say like a demonic entity. Yeah which also i was like could that be also a a thing from compare any I've watched twin peaks. But it's one of those things like i. I don't remember it very well. And if someone told me there is a demonic serpent. I'd be like yeah. You know what. I remember that yeah Goodness gracious well It sounds like your friend needs a lot of explaining before the incident. I don't know why you need to kind of qualify. Qualify this person's character by saying they're very upstanding citizen noel. They have oh. I just realized i missed it. Strength doesn't even say strength to strength strength. Strength honor discipline which just seems like a strange thing to do for. Shouldn't pay a certain amount for coffee. God now waffle bacon greed comfort and gluttony like. It's comfort a bad thing. I don't understand the comfort like a fun time. Yeah oh good you're comfortable. They're being greedy gluttonous. I'm down for that as well. Honestly a smells like their friends a little gluttonous to accent her. Sorry out here he is. He's so strength. Oh man you're right. i'm so sorry. So thank you to holly. That was that was nice. And now i have just some things that i came up with. So great you're is my first one. This is a review of the stanley hotel in estes. park colorado. Sorry excited and you're familiar with this certainly This is the hotel that i believe. Stephen king st at which inspired the overlook hotel featured in his book. The shining here is a review of the stanley hotel. One-star don't be fooled book. This hotel on the premise that the shining was filmed here. They play it up to the hilt red rum beer. The maze etcetera the lobby the bar. Everything wasn't looking the same because none of the film was filmed here. Stephen king apparently stayed here in a snowstorm and got the idea very disappointed. Laurie how can you imagine a very disappointed. The rooms are old and tiny way overpriced. A photo op at best. Stay somewhere else. Estes park is beautiful and review. What on earth. I don't even know. I like like it's i had no when i looked this place up. There was nothing that made me think that they did. At least that made me think it was filmed will nothing. Nobody ever says that. It's something i've read like if you think that that is on you it's like it's called like the inspiration for the shining and he based a lot of which is true. Yeah and the decor everything like is based on that hotel it and also it was a book. Yeah people. I think. Forget that part right like so then. The movie was made based on the book. Whatever there's no winning. I guess with some of these people but goodness but there are those like the the the reason it inspired him is because it is haunted and he did have like really scary experience there. It wasn't just like he was laying around by the pool and was like board. It was like he actually had some creepy stuff happened. A inspired the shining. I i don't know if it was this one or the next place. I'm going to read but someone did say that hotel. The story of the hotel was very impressive. Just without the shining lake inspiration said seventeen. And that's why i drink check it out. I'm pretty sure somewhere around the because it's one i've listened to guest really wants definitely So now i have a review of the timberline lodge. You know what this is timberline lodge. It's real it's related timberline. I didn't know this until i. I'm not sure this is the hotel that they filmed the outside shots of the hotel of the of the so. They still what we've seen on the movie. Yeah so not the inside. But the outside of the hotels order which is freaking gorgeous were filmed at the timberline lodge which is in timberline road. Timberline lodge oregon. Las vegas it has its own city or something. I don't know anyway so it didn't oregon. Here is a two-star review. I'm going to skip a lot just because it's a there's a lot that sound. You just made us enough like we like when you made that weird under your breath sound. We rolling we get it. Don't worry we got it nereo tired and dumpy old lodge. In a great location. Our family spent three nights here in august. Personally good. We had great access to beautiful hikes summer skiing and swimming. The staffer excellent particularly the bartenders. That the blue ox the wait staff at the cascade tower in the hotel lobby staff and the park service volunteers who advised on hiking trails. These positives could not outweigh the sub standard rooms and the fact that the common areas were completely overrun with grubby stinky pacific coast trail thru hikers and their backpacks. Whoa ouch grubby. Continue with that. So they complain a little bit about the size of the rooms and how wasn't up to snuff and then they say the through hikers.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Is that the whole idea taking get enough years out of this repair, and it goes as they expect. The mayor is hoping that they can marry the next bridge that they are going to have to build it Some point with sound transit so that the next bridge that is built will be a combo bridge for light rail for that expansion to West Seattle because they're like it doesn't make any sense to build a brand new bridge and the bill, a brand new bridge that does the don't work together, So there that's the long plan here is that this gives him enough. Life span in the existing bridge that when they build the next one that they'll be able to work with sound transit to do it. Now, those talks are in their infancy. I mean, we're talking light rail the West Seattle's What 2035 maybe 2040, depending on how much it has to be pushed back based on how much money they've lost. Because of covert and whatnot in the revenues that are out there, so, but that's kind of the long play is they hope that they could get a combo bridge down the line. If they get the years out of this. They expect good story from the Wall Street Journal that both sides, Biden hopes to bring both sides together if he gets in there when he gets in there. And they're going to agree on one thing infrastructure. So you see the market responding to this? I think mayors and governors sees big spending coming from Washington D. C. So programs like this could get funded another programs as well, because that's something both agree with which is It's built to more infrastructure. Everybody likes infrastructure. Republicans and Democrats can get in on this. If you're going to do a tax hike, then get have something on the other side, which would be more spending from the federal government to build more bridges and roads and things like that. Yeah, well, they were even talking. The mayor was even bringing up the W P A. I mean, in terms of two going back in history, I mean, a jobs program of infrastructure program to help jump start things going forward. But what's interesting in that? It didn't work the first time. Why do it the second time? Well, we got Timberline Lodge out of it down that good, beautiful Which is something, But you're some of the well, exactly. Here's some of the risk involved in that is that If you repair a bridge and then try to get federal dollars for a brand new bridge. When was the last time you got federal dollars for a bridge that wasn't broken or had hadn't collapsed. They're concerned that we're going to fix this thing and then because it isn't broken. How are we going to get federal dollars for something that's actually still working? So there's concern over that. So there's a bunch of different things and wait. Wait worse. Yeah, no. All right. I mean, I guess they could, you know? Yeah, that was. The other thing is that they tried to fix it now and went with a full replacement Right now. The concern from the mayor was no matter who takes office or no matter what happens with the next administration that Senate and the Congress isn't going to put together any kind of transportation project for at least a year. Maybe not until 2022 so where they're going to get the money for it. So there was a concern about going with a replacement and trying to get a lot of federal dollars when there isn't going to even be a federal plan, maybe for another year, So there's a lot like like your analogy at the top, John lots of balls in the air here with this one, But the plan has been made and we'll see how it goes Place, whatever. And just in general, I assume The majority of people in West Seattle. Are happy They'd rather have it repaired, then replaced because it's short term pain for them. Yeah, they could get it right out of line is well on the task force. It was probably split 50 50 between replace and replace with the bottom line is I mean, they've been down that bridge for eight months now, the sooner that they can get it back, the better for everybody over there, not just people who commuted and out. But for the businesses over there that are just struggling. The faster you can get it back and get it back safely, I think makes the most amount of sense. It's cheaper on the front end only $47 million. There will be some maintenance costs down the line that you know, because it's a repair replace repair. It's going to take a little bit time. You're gonna have to give it to you. L c But yeah, anything that could restore it faster and safely. I think everybody Wes yells going. Okay, Great. Now we have a timeline. Let's get this thing open by mid 2022. Thank you, Sally. Pleasure, Gentlemen. Go way back. Alright. 07 amazing in these stories, make.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You might take a class in college wildlife Fire ecology. There's a good one. We're going to try and cram like an eight week course into a few short minutes here to learn more about Oregon and wildfires and what we might do what we might be able to do to make ourselves on our homes. Our property fire. Resilient. Joining us is John Bailey, who studies the role of forest management and accomplishing such goals. And, John Welcome to the Mark. Mason Show. Thank you Bark, Wild Land Fire Ecology Way above my pay grade. I had no clue. There was something like that going on Rosu. But tell us about it so that the idea is examining the basic ecological principal forest composition, structure and functions. So there the water functions but also how fire functions as a disturbing And how that guy's the development of vegetation over time. And in the college of forced. We're particularly interested in that. Because way want to and feel the need to manage our our land states. Tio meet, Meet the needs of society. So I talked with Greg Walden about this. You know that? I said, our our our Forest management techniques outdated and he talked about a lot of different types of management going on in the state of Oregon, depending on where you are, you know, East side of the Cascades of different on the West side, but Ugh. You know what's the future of forest management, not just Oregon, but along the West Coast around the country. Yeah. You know, there have been some big changes, even in my lifetime, but certainly if you look back through Ah, couple generations, you know, relatives to, you know, not 1910 when we had the big burn up in this part of the world that really sets for service, culture and policies. For fire suppression through a heyday of construction activity post World War two where there was a lot of timber harvest on both private and public lands. In order to support you know, building booms and the development of society And then in the 19 nineties, with September wars and Northern spotted owl protections and a change in society to preserve Old growth and that kind of thing we really backed off of timber harvesting activities, particularly on federal lands. To certain extent, state lands and market forces have even reduced harvesting on private land. So what? What that has resulted in is just a accumulation of timber force biomass across the landscape. We have many, many, many, most of our acres. Have more fuel on them than they've had in thousands of years. And more scary to me is the Bakers are more connected than they've ever been. And so what That means is when we get these ignitions under high wind, dry fuel conditions. The fire's run for miles without stopping when you say they're connected, meaning they've grown into each other. Yes, Exactly. So the acres have developed over time, you know, given the slowdown in management, but also fire exclusion itself. Ironically, So when we put a fire out in one location, it doesn't spread through the landscape to consume fuels on at that location, much left all its adjacent locations. And so that's allowed on acres, four fuels to accumulate and the patchwork of low fuels medium fuels and high fuel areas that existed for 104,000 years ago that a kind of natural patchwork that included areas of low fueled a lot of those have disappeared. So we just have a lot of high fuel acres connected to each other. And then and then fire flows very uncharacteristically. Well, you know that was assisted by the crazy once in a generation winds. So are there things we can do people listening who may live in a forest area like Sandy I in my mind I picture Sandy. Ah, maybe up Highway 26 a little bit. The Timberline Lodge. But there are others. Ah, that Holmes that burned in this last fire this last week in talent and Phoenix, those air residential neighborhoods with decisions, trees. It wasn't these. These weren't homes in big, huge forests where they had no chance, which which was another scary thing. What can landowners what homeowners do? People do to make their properties more fire. Resilient and you raised some key points There is it's not exclusively you know, a small cabin. At situated out in a forest somewhere. These could be fairly normal residential areas up against grasslands or shrub. Flynn's or are you some kind of mix there anywhere where there is fuel? So I think the answer to your question is first and foremost that, regardless of the ecosystem that you might live next to recognize that it is fuel Oh, and that it can burn and that the probability of it is going to burn you mentioned. You know that was a really high wind event. But you know, we do get those regularly, not necessarily every year, but we have predictable Dr Summers and times when the low pressure system high pressure system's line up such that we get high wind events, and this time it just matched up with extremely dry fueled and we got a number of ignition. Sources across there, So some of it is just recognizing the inevitability that these events happened, and so we need to manage those fuels. So that maybe it doesn't spread fast. Maybe it has a chance to be put out or at a minimum. It's least not crowning and putting so many embers in the area that just risk Mohr and Mohr of our human communities. So if you go over Highway 20 towards bend, you see the result of I think the black box fire never ceases to amaze me. How? You know, year you drive once a year, and you see it you go. Wow. Green's coming up now. The the the restoration of a forest after a burn, we say it's a healthy thing. The tragedy that came along with it is the way it effects humans on human life. But is there a way to speed these things longer? Do you just in your business? You guys say let nature take its course. Oh, no Forrester's. They're all about managing the landscape to meet the landowner objectives. And so for something like a wilderness area. The landowner objective is to just leave it alone and let it recover naturally and It will slowly in. That's fine given those objectives for that landowner, however, in many situations, including parts of our federal land, based or state land based certainly private owners and private owners that have a real temper industry. They're not going to be willing to wait decades. If not centuries for the forced O slowly recover as it naturally good. They're going to be very interested in some immediate rehabilitation. You keep the soil in place, and, you know, not let a lot of exotic we'd get established and that kind of stuff. And then some long term restoration kind activities. You're planting, getting getting a hillside well stocked in trees to accelerate the natural processes that the's stands will go through in order for them to become a forest again as quickly as possible because It's you know, it's part of their livelihood. It's part of their timber based. What would be fun to be in one of your classes here? Professor Dr. John Bailey is a professor of forest ecosystems in society. Forrest Engineering and Resource is management at Oregon State University. And what an incredible resource we do have it. Oregon State and with our thanks here, doctor that you guys take time to talk to us. And, you know, let us know if you know what the future will look like, you know, in the.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In ABC news your wallet straight again the key word to texting wind comes just before the news at the bottom of the hour one eleven ninety six the Special Olympics Oregon's annual polar plunges February twenty second at Brighton beach park every year thousands of brave people jump into the icy water of the Columbia River to raise money for Special Olympics organs programs and events info and plunge Oregon dot org your home of the Oregon state beavers now Kate to weather Saturday Rangers to Sunday showers but stayed warmer than usual fifty for the high importance Saturday closer to fifty on Sunday mountain snow level goes from around timberline lodge on Saturday down near the mountain passes later on Sunday I'm showing a syndicated weather center watch a of northwest with Helen raptor weekdays at nine nine K. two and not the drinks and then later when it gets the this is then I'm moving to to talk to Richard Serret call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Richard from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest host Richard Serret welcome back sitting in for George nori say hello on Twitter at Richard serifs S. why because I love U. R. E. double T. Lou Reed perfect day late rock and roll hall of Famer and of course the other principal songwriter lead singer for velvet underground one of the most influential bands in the history of alternative rock as we head into open lines just a quick reminder I'll be back in the coast to coast AM air chair tonight Saturday night into Sunday morning and I'll be joined by Ronald Reagan's secret agents the thirty one trillion dollar man ambassador lead want to and he'll be joining me along with a filmmaker lawn gibi to discuss how president Reagan brought down the Soviet Union and ended the Cold War without firing a shot of course with the help of we want to in the second half author Richard Todd will be here to discuss the idea of time travel one of my favorites and events of the past could be changed if they were what would be the new outcome that Saturday night into Sunday morning with yours truly on coast to coast AM all right to open lines we go can't wait let's get this party started on coast to coast AM one a new year's resolution that's easy to keep resolve to help protect your identity and personal info with LifeLock identity theft protection LifeLock alert you to potential threats to your identity they see more.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Their arguments for convicting Donald Trump and remove him as president house manager Adam Schiff the Democrat from California cold for Republicans to vote for new witnesses and documents to be part of the ongoing Senate trial Americans get a fair trial and so I ask you I implore you give America a fair trial give America a fair trial she's worth it trump's defense team as twenty four hours spread over three days to present its case White House counsel J. secular tomorrow morning we start our case and we're gonna put on I believe a without question a compelling case as I said we can do we have two goals we're going to refute the allegations that they made were put on affirmative case as well the trial set to resume Saturday at ten AM eastern the corona virus outbreak is claiming more victims in China were forty one people have died the CDC in Atlanta reports sixty three suspected cases being investigated in twenty two states here in the U. S. tied in to be seen who's now K. to weather Saturday rain turns to Sunday showers but stayed warmer than usual fifty for the High Court on Saturday closer to fifty on Sunday mountain snow level goes from around timberline lodge on Saturday down near the mountain passes later on Sunday I'm Joe English indicate to weather center watching a of northwest with Helen raptor weekdays at nine nine K. to newsradio Levin ninety K. E. axe and I heart radio station eleven ninety K. E. axe available everywhere with the I heart radio app now number one for broadcasting eleven ninety three he acts do you remember when you said about the anchor babies if there's nothing you can do about it and I said yes there is I was right about right on the old twice against the anchor baby stuff you have.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Safety commission the Democrats concluded their arguments for convicting Donald Trump and remove him as president house manager Adam Schiff the Democrat from California cold for Republicans to vote for new witnesses and documents to be part of the ongoing Senate trial Americans get a fair trial and so I ask you I implore you give America a fair trial give America a fair trial she's worth it trump's defense team as twenty four hours spread over three days to present its case White House counsel J. secular tomorrow morning we start our case and we're gonna put on I believe a without question a compelling case as I said we can do we have two goals we're going to refute the allegations that they made were put on affirmative case as well the trial set to resume Saturday at ten AM eastern the corona virus outbreak is claiming more victims in China were forty one people have died the CDC in Atlanta reports sixty three suspected cases being investigated in twenty two states here in the U. S. taught anti BC news now KGO weather Saturday rain turns to Sunday showers but stayed warmer than usual fifty for the High Court on Saturday closer to fifty on Sunday mountain snow level goes from around timberline lodge on Saturday down near the mountain passes later on Sunday I'm Joe English indicate to weather center watch a of northwest with Helen raptor weekdays at nine nine K. to newsradio a level ninety K. E. axe and I heart radio station eleven ninety K. E. axe available everywhere with the I heart radio app now number one for broadcasting eleven ninety three he acts do you remember when you said about the anchor babies if there's nothing you can do about it and I said yes there is and I was right about right on the twice against the anchor baby stuff you have.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

"Of a community reach out and change the world it will change your own unbound dot org next come much traffic at one forty four weather today use their arms on active weather for the last day of twenty nineteen heading to twenty twenty with the gusty winds continuing overnight so plenty of rain today mid to upper forties lower fifties depending on where you are and then overnight keep those showers going heavy at times gusty winds too but even a few power outages out there with winds gusting to forty maybe forty five miles an hour on through the day on new year's day the sun breaks up there definitely some showers some was fairly heavy maybe even a thunder shower in the come with us and there's on committees and we see a big pine tree over near the mole popped museum here in downtown Seattle start to move with the wind here downtown it's fifty degrees at komo news companies time one thirty five space needle staff have no choice but to wait and see for what tonight's weather brings if wind gusts stop thirty miles per hour as they have been forecasted the needles annual fireworks show will be canceled we won't know quite honestly it's a very close to show time if the fire marshal gives us the thumbs up or not that statement that with the space needle who says the concern is that the high winds could Kerry burning fireworks debris outside the exclusion zone near the needle he says even if the fireworks are canceled the needle will still present non pyrotechnic light show as planned if the weather cooperates still combined the light show and the fireworks not just western Washington though facing high winds on new year's eve the timberline lodge on Oregon's Mount Hood is already had to postpone their new year's eve fireworks display it's going to be held Saturday night instead officials say Washington snow pack is less than it was a year ago similar to how it was at the beginning of twenty fifteen and that was the last time the state had a big drought the capitol press reports that the statewide snow pack is forty seven percent of normal it was forty six percent at this time five years ago a natural resources conservation service state water supply specialists says it's worrisome it's the third slowest start in snow accumulation that we've had statewide since the nineteen nineties Alaska Airlines and Starbucks are ordered by the state to pay millions of dollars and a taxes according to the state insurance commissioner's office Alaska Airlines owes two point five million dollars in insurance premium taxes Starbucks owes nearly twenty three million spokesman Steve violin dress says that revenue goes directly to the state's general fund so these companies are not paying that premium tax it's not coming into the state and not going to the to the fun that helps pay for other public services he says the two percent insurance premium tax brings in one point three billion dollars every two years and it is the second largest contributor to the overall general fund could you live without the internet at home for a day or two probably but what about the whole week almost amero tells us that's what happened for two hundred and fifty customers in the lake Stevens area of your Mendoza with frontier communications as the phone and internet outage started on December twenty first Chris responded to repair sections of three large diameter cables that were cut and stolen by suspected vandals in a lake Stevens area he says crews worked as fast as they could to replace the stolen copper cables but service wasn't restored for six days a lifetime online but some customers report they're still without the internet Mendoza says of customers still have issues they should call frontier he would not say how much the stolen copper was worth or how much repairs cost only the customers.

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

"Slow down so southbound I. five getting crowded from north gate into downtown Seattle your next couple traffic at twelve fourteen today's forecast now and it's messy one here's there is on active weather for the last day of twenty nineteen you can plan on heavy rain at times gusty winds out there we're gonna feel gusts up to thirty five miles an hour before sundown and stronger than that overnight tonight for ringing in the new year highs today upper forties to lower fifties temperature stay mild during the day tomorrow but on new year's day only mix of sun breaks showers in the chance for thundershowers in the come with is an appearance on companies showers and rain all around western Washington right now here in Seattle it's forty nine degrees stay connected stay informed como mid day good afternoon I'm Tyler fansites the top stories in the couple twenty four news twenty four seven news center and as we've been talking about today the incoming rain and wind is kind of a good news bad news situation when it comes to new year's eve at the space needle the bad news is the fireworks could end up being canceled the good news is they're still going to be some sort of a show como score one heck explains a storm rolling into the Seattle area could bring with it sustained winds over twenty five miles per hour or wind gusts over thirty miles per hour either would be enough for Seattle fire to cancel the show because wind blown embers might land on nearby buildings yeah I mean it it's all about safety Jeez man to Pat is space needle PR director and you know we're gonna monitor the wind speeds all through the evening and hopefully as we get close to midnight the drop down to the street that the fire marshal fills the space whether or not the fireworks are canceled the needle will still celebrate new years with a ten minute high intensity rock concert style light show it will flash up and down the landmark at seven eight nine and ten PM if there are no fireworks the late show will repeat at midnight Corwin Hey komo news organ also having some problems with winds canceling fireworks displays the timberline lodge on Mount Hood already postponed the new year's eve fireworks display the gonna hold that on Saturday night another decades old sex abuse case settled by the archdiocese of Seattle Kamose bill o'neil with details this latest settlement involves a former see why athletic director for the archdiocese Terry McGrath held that role from nineteen seventy six to nineteen eighty nine previously he was a see why volunteer at Holy Family church in Kirkland and in the late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventies McGrath was a volunteer coach at St louis' involve you the two hundred fifty thousand dollar settlement comes about a month after the archdiocese sold another sex abuse case dating back to the early nineteen sixties that one involved a former teacher and administrator who has since died hello Neil komo news reports about a former university of Washington athletic executive becoming vice president of another college despite a finding of sexual misconduct against.

Seattle
"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle's getting by mostly dry at the moment it's forty six degrees come on these time five oh six two federal way police officers were shot overnight the suspect is dead this happened in the parking lot of an apartment complex right near federal way high school let's go near the scene as close as we can get right now and here's call most Carlene Johnson yeah they are keeping us back with some police tape from getting any closer we're just a couple blocks away here on fourteenth Avenue south on the south side of federal way high school and the theme here is in the apartment complex Turkey launch of the south ridge apartments courage one which by the way police as a couple of police officers made contact with a man who was sitting in a car in the parking lot of the complex shortly after midnight four officers responded to the dispute call outside the Selfridge apartment complex when they arrive they contacted the males in a parked car in the parking lot during the contact for the officers called out for assistance shortly thereafter additional officers arrive at a shooting range to now it's unclear what circumstances led up to the gun fire but the suspect in that vehicle is dead at the scene the officers are going to be okay I'm told one took a bullet to the leg of user Harborview the other was treated at St Francis that he has been released now two or three other officers who arrived at the scene and everything was going on I've also been placed on leave while the valley investigative team takes over this shooting investigation live in federal way Carling Johnson come on his friends family and first responders filled the Tacoma dome ahead yesterday's memorial service for Pierce county deputy Cooper Dyson he was killed in a car crash this month as he responded to a call for help from his fellow deputies county deputy David rose was Dyson's training officer when he joined the department last year I had to describe Cooper in one word it would be this selfless to preserve this great country in the United States Coast Guard this time in the service the costar wasn't enough for him he chose to continue the service by getting hired by the one department he really wanted to work for your cash sheriff's department Tyson was only twenty five he had a young son and his pregnant wife is due any day now with our daughter como news time five oh eight wind gusts as strong as forty five miles an hour later today could force the cancellation of the space needles new year's eve fireworks show we get the latest on this live from almost Corwin hanky urologists are tracking a storm expected to hit Seattle this evening and into Wednesday morning it has the potential to bring sustained winds of twenty three to twenty nine miles per hour with gusts as high as forty to forty five miles per hour wind gusts that strong would make it unsafe to launch fireworks from the space needle fireworks producer Ian Gilfillan briefly referenced the weather's potential impacts during an interview yesterday log in super highways are the only thing that judgments are so the space needle spokesperson says the decision to proceed with the show will be made just before show time tonight ultimately over this is a Seattle fire department decision David quippo with Seattle fire tells call one news will cancel the display if there are sustained winds of at least twenty five miles per hour or gusts exceeding thirty miles per hour within the hours prior to midnight remember we're expecting gusts around forty five potentially reporting live Corwin Haykal morning there's a similar forecast in Oregon that has already canceled some fireworks displays tonight the timberline lodge on Mount Hood already is postponed its New York a new year's eve fireworks display it will now be held Saturday night investigators trying to solve a series of arsons along the Puyallup river discovery discover the body of a man at one of the fires more on this from Kamel's Tammy Mutasa investigators don't know how the man died it appears that there has been a person at this point we don't know if he is the one responsible for the fires or personal somebody outstanding the nineteenth in the guardian one helicopter coming through the woods to find any evidence well the river walk trail stayed close to like it's not dead so I don't go back there nothing I can take my son back there are you there investigators say if you know anything about the dead body or any of those fires please call them to new laws take effect tomorrow in our state including several changes to the car seat laws which we have told you about children older than four but shorter than four foot nine will have to use a booster seat until they're ten years old the legal smoking age is rising to twenty one and that includes the purchase of the cigarettes and other vaping products the new family leave law takes effect and that will allow people to take up to eighteen weeks of paid leave and the state's minimum wage will increase from twelve dollars to thirteen fifty come on it's time five ten thank you to the Harley exterior sports desk without muffler the Seahawks preparing for a playoff game at Philadelphia Sunday they'll do so without.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on KOMO

"Them back to you we're looking at to whether war day for new year's eve this is a live look now at the space needle the wind will decide if the big fireworks show will happen at midnight tomorrow Seattle fire says the fireworks show could be cancelled if winter sustained over twenty five miles per hour or if you guys succeed thirty miles per hour leading up to midnight that decision will be made just before the show but fireworks or not Seattle center says the big celebration will go on and win will not affect the big laser light shows happening at the needle they started tonight the ten minute shows begin every hour on the hour from seven to ten tomorrow night and during the fireworks display that's a go go meter odds Abby company is here now with more on the stormy and to do thousand nineteen Abby yeah that's right twenty twenty is looking to provide us with a very active in stormy weather across western Washington the latest info for you recently the National Weather Service is now extended its win your vice we no longer just confined to the northwest interior now it involves the I five corridor through every all the way into Seattle and Tacoma involving the south into the kids at peninsula to and the far Washington coastline this starts at ten AM new year's eve lasting through four AM on new year's day an extended period where we could be tracking us ranging between thirty and forty five miles per hour I think the strong discuss will happen before midnight tomorrow but just how quickly and effectively will those wind speeds inside that's the question so I'm not losing out all hope that we will experience those fireworks tomorrow evening but it will be a close call is something that we will certainly have to track hour by hour we're expecting the mid forties and there's also very minimal chance for some isolated strikes of lightning and rumbles of thunder I'll break down just how stormy we get into next weekend that's coming up next more than seven is not just western Washington facing high winds on new year's eve the timberline lodge and organs Mount Hood already postponed its new year's eve fireworks display beautiful shot there they will now be held on Saturday night and you could track the changing weather by downloading the komo news app get a real time look at the radar will also send you breaking news alerts sent straight to your phone new eleven a family struggles with a devastating loss while investigators search for the person who killed a driver on state route five oh nine the man who was shot has a two year old son and was making a name in the local music scene come astronomer does live a long five oh nine with more the investigation and a mother's demand for justice Joel the crime happened as James Richardson was driving down this stretch of roadway now he had they were handed over to a friend's house one bullet slammed into the driver's side door and struck Richardson in the face he was in the place where nothing but the best was expected in into the slash cut short his is.

"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Will have to be okayed by the FAA before it can fly the FAA is also saying that he's not completed its review of the seven thirty seven Max the agency saying it will take all the time it needs to ensure the plane is safe I like stone EBC names the body of a construction worker missing since the partial collapse yesterday of a building in downtown Cincinnati has been found stocks closed higher today your listening to ABC good evening I'm Bob Williams our top story road for the thanksgiving holiday there's a good chance you'll have to deal with snow eleven ninety K. E. exes Brad Ford says dot is ready snow is forecast in most of the state a note on teams are busy when we run into trouble up there we go immediately to twelve hour shifts Stan Hamilton says drivers need to be prepared which includes traction devices you should also check your out in advance online a trip check dot com blizzard conditions are expected in southern Oregon heavy snow will fall in the cascades in central Oregon driver's going to the coast range will also face no south of highway eighteen and timberline lodge will open the ski season on thanksgiving day they'll have Bruno's and Pucci lives running Mount Hood meadows will operate from nine to four Friday Saturday and Sunday build the site over the weekend whether there will be enough snow to continue operations mount bachelor host open on Friday a man charged with rape and kidnapping after meeting a woman on the dating app and then trying to force her into prostitution earlier this month twenty seven year old Mitchell Beckwith allegedly picked up the victim in his car and drove her to rocky Butte worry physically and sexually assaulted her he forced the victim to give him money and then demanded she worked apparently as a prostitute to make him money back with faces a twelve count indictment gas prices in Oregon are down fourteen cents this month the second largest decrease in the country pump prices are within a few cents of last year's prices and they're continuing to edge lower and about half of all states including Oregon Oregon's averages three twenty one which is down a nickel but it's sixty cents above the national average prices are expected to continue down triple expects to help seventy five hundred Oregonians over the thanksgiving holiday weekend with dead batteries being the biggest problem I'm Bob Williams these radio eleven ninety K. E. X. the holidays time for hot cocoa mistletoe and spreading joy a different kind of joy the joy of pushing your limits on snowy morning if you that's great news the joy of getting the right motivation when you think you can't go any further the joy of giving it all you've got.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Some delays because a number of the witnesses were not cooperative number of them required having union representatives and lawyers before we could schedule interviews the bureau of prisons requires participation in official investigations prosecutors in Las Vegas of charge twenty three people tied to a violent white supremacists prison gang with more than one entered fifty counts ranging from murder to robbery to racketeering you're listening to ABC news good evening I Bob Williams our top story a fourteen year old boy drowned in lack of this lake last night K. Tuesday McCarthy says they were jumping off a foot bridge over the canal the connects round lake the lack of a slick when he went missing his friends were all around his age and what about an hour without seeing him and called nine one one after search divers went into the water and it took crews only five minutes to find his body under water where he was last seen alive the boy was identified by the Clark County medical examiner's ant the human of Vancouver rescuers warn people swimming in lakes to wear life jackets and the use the buddy system organs goal is to have fifty thousand electric vehicles on the road by the end of next year Jennifer kale as with the Oregon department of energy says they've passed the halfway point as of August first we have twenty six thousand two hundred and eighteen registered Evey is from plug in hybrids to all electric models governor brown set the goal in November of twenty seventeen and they have less than a year and a half to get twenty four thousand more eve he's on the road buyers can get up to ten thousand dollars in rebates and incentives the state is also buying even used to replace aging vehicles when it's appropriate the hood to coast relay starts Friday morning at timberline lodge this year organizers will recognize all groups of runners last year they recognize the winning men's team but not the women's team Susie regard social media post after the race went viral it wasn't Harry it was also for me personally I felt just like I have to represent not only myself and my team all of the women's teams I had two calls that were reaching out to me Dan Floyd the chief operating officer.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This is a my doctor alert up to the minute entertainment and pop culture news heard at the top of every hour on my top one oh seven one yeah that's really great could you please tell us what's going on marking a major milestone he is celebrating twenty nine years of sobriety wow yeah cat he shared the news on Twitter if you've seen rocket man a lot of it has to do with the the cost of fame and his drinking and drugs and how it was a downward spiral for him he came out of it so very possibly be if you haven't seen it and the guy who plays Elton John gosh I can't recall his name right now but he is fantastic yes cool really great that yes okay let's see here the shining how cool would it be to watch a screening of the classic movie at the location where it was filmed told at school yes now the national timberline lodge in government camp Oregon will host a very limited seating showing of the shining Doug December first and it is sold out currently but more dates are coming now you can check out the grounds of the hotel for the day as well as many the interior rooms from the film this just seventy dollars so that's going to be pretty fun I would love to go do that now there are two different hotels just so you know there's the Stanley hotel which that's where Stephen King wrote the shining it's based on that his experiences there and his and and so that's different that's in Colorado a lot of people go there to visit because that is a haunted hotel and some of the exterior shots are done from that but the in the interior shots are this hotel and while not forget that I would love to go to bill itself all the little have a friend who just went to the Stanley cool yeah regal cinemas wants to change the way you watch movies by launching their new monthly subscription plan called regal unlimited and it has three tiers it's going to cost you eighteen twenty one or twenty three dollars a month and it loves you entry into all regal cinemas across the US the twenty one dollar plan is going to get you into four hundred theaters and then the eighteen dollar was get you into two hundred theaters just get the one that's closest to you whatever the right unless you're traveling across the country all the time that would be great for somebody travels get discount drinks free popcorn and drink on your birthday a drink on your birthday yeah every film that's that sounds like a great deal I try to do the movie passing it was great while it was the deal but it was for ten dollars a month I felt like it was totally worth it I could see a different movie every day and then they changed it to just to a month in the up the price I was like I yeah this this is so wrong they realize we're losing money quick here well yeah and then AMC has their own so you can find a way to do this if you really like maybe so get free to listen join the fight on that all right that's really just you can find more on Appan my talk one of seven one dot com I just did some dirt thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one once you good it could and welcome to the seven o'clock hour Lexus in the morning dogs dismay July thirty Jay's relaxing don McLean ms Holloway in herself that's right as we call or the nightmare before eight AM raise your glass and take a set of your refreshing morning backwards tears everybody okay don started a conversation before we went to break she's mad as hell and she's not going to take it anymore a parent group or something five women in a basement we need to what what is it on the last Saturday of October so it'll be a different it'll be different each time it's the Halloween costume association started a petition sixty thousand people have signed a that was as of three days ago dawn is very protective of Halloween is her favorite holiday you do not think don correct me if I'm wrong and they they we we change this because it's a religious thing right don it is and also it's just tradition it's just it's the thirty first it's always been the thirty first and it's fun to celebrate all month long and then the end of October it's just I love the date October thirty first I just love it looks like I'm ever got married which I won't but I would love to get married on Halloween oh wow say Desiree Machel and Tracy standing by and on hell too let's.

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"timberline lodge" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"timberline lodge" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Video archives. We'll be right back with more of your calls and goes Friday stick around. And welcome back. Let's see here Mora in Lynnwood Washington. Hey, mark. Thanks for watching free speech. What's up? Hi, I watch you every day to churn. In fact, we could be related I'm half, Norwegian and half. United kingdom. We probably are fairly small. Somewhere. Yeah. But what I wanted to recharge your battery. I don't know if you've ever been to Timberline lodge or whether you've driven the old Columbia River highway. They were both built when Franklin Delano Rosa. That was president. The workmanship is is magnificent Timberline is the lodge that is on mount hood, right? Yes. It is. We've been okay. Did you realize that it was built in nineteen thirty six during the time? Yeah. The whole description of power was part of the WPA as I recall, right? Yes. And the workmanship you can see the love the men put into it. And have you have you gone up the old highway the old Columbia River highway and gone through this style. The highway is lined with rock walls that were built during that time. And and this is you get up above the gorge, you see the whole gorge, and this wonderful building was built I believe at that time we've been there too. In fact, I think that was built in the in the twenties wasn't it wasn't that Bill. It was built by a wealthy guy is recall hill. I think his name was yelling. He was the railroad, man. Yeah. Oh, okay. Well, there's a lot of places to go in Oregon. I was here really are there. Yeah. Yeah. And you've been to story have you been to the to the the old tower in a story. Yeah. Is just amazing. Wonderful. It's a wonderful state. And I think you're in God's country, and you deserve it Heidari high desert, but I think it's God's country. But I know it is and I said, I'm I'm in Washington because I need to be near my children now. But I also wanted to tell you that thank you for putting Mt. Hood out there. My grandma was twelve years old when she came from Norway to Minnesota and she married my grandpa who was also a full-blooded Norwegian, and they went to a little town called Scott, smells, they had two or three children by that time. And they went to scotch, smells, Oregon, which is that little town is there, but and and they were going to work in the minds to get or out of them iron ore, well that Peter doubt. So they built a number mail instead on the little river there. And they lived upon a hill. And she she missed Norway and Mt hood with her mountain. Yeah. And I think about my grandma every time I see a year program and your mouth. And I just I just feel like I'm a kindred soul of yours L. Thanks tamara. I appreciate the call. And I gotta tell you whenever I, you know, I'm I'm guessing and a lot of people don't realize that you can literally be driving down the street in Portland, and you can see mount hood. You can just see mount hood back some days, you can see mount Saint Helen's on a clear day. It is this is just such an amazing city and such amazing part of the world. Thank you so much for the call. And fascinating. It's nice to meet somebody who's probably relative. We'll be back. It's coming up on ten minutes before the hour here on the Taliban program. We'll be back with more your calls at anything goes Friday. Welcome back Fritz in palm desert, California. Hey, Fritz, what's on your mind today? Tom it just occurs to me that the twenty fifth amendment allows the president to step aside temporarily. And I think that the argument that the president is too busy is precluded by that amendment when he can just step aside..

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