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John Douglas has been murdered at Birlstone manner, but Sherlock Holmes' main concern is the missing dumbell in the murder room. This fourth and final novel of Sherlock Holmes is based on the real-life adventures of the mob in Pennsylvania and the consequences of betrayal many years later. (Summary by Alisson Veldhuis)
 
Wine is a very important part of the meal for many. I enjoy living in northern California and consider Sonoma and Napa Valleys to be ground zero for some of the greatest vineyards on the planet! when adding local produce and great chefs...it doesn't get any better!Please check out my features and click on the links at the bottom of most.You can join us for an audio feature with some of the greatest winemakers,chefs and resorts.All music on the features is my original playing and writing!ENJOY!
 
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Leyna Gilleland & Lauren Niedelman

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A paranormal podcast featuring two childhood friends where they discuss the history and hauntings of local and not-so-local places while partaking in adult boo-verages. In each episode, Leyna & Lauren share a different haunted place and pair it with a drink!
 
Welcome to Wild West podcast where fact and legend merge. The Wild West Podcast presents the true accounts of individuals, who settled in a town built out of hunger for money, regulated by fast guns, who walked on both sides of the law, patrolling, investing in and regulating the brothels, saloons and gambling houses. These are stories of the men who made the history of the Old West come alive - bringing with them the birth of legends, brought to order by a six-gun and laid to rest with thei ...
 
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Tip Of The Week Consider cameras at your honor system produce stand Rural Crime In The U.S. https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/local/communities/county/2021/11/25/roundup-fatality-near-punch-bowl-more-ventura-county-news/8760217002/ http://www.northescambia.com/2021/11/ecso-locates-suspects-caught-on-camera-stealing-from-local-farmer-corn-and-peanut…
 
If there is an opposite of being artistic, then I am that person. Therefore, hosting the Off-Farm Income Podcast has allowed me to meet and interview many artistic people that I would otherwise never encounter. It is fascinating to me the way that an artistic person sees the world and is able to craft that vision into something beautiful and pleasi…
 
Kaylea Taylor first appeared on the show during her sophomore year of high school in episode #681. She was just beginning her journey of putting on camps to teach 4H and FFA students better skills in exhibiting their goats. Over time this became known as "Stepping Up Show Goat Camp" and her reputation has spread. Today I am proud to have Kaylea bac…
 
The William Taylor Incident is the story of the killing of an innocent man by self-appointed Dodge City vigilantes. The story is told from the first-person perspective of Herman Fringer, one of the early settlers of Dodge City. No one knows the exact truth about how William Taylor got himself into the trouble that led to his killing. Some say his s…
 
As you all know I was invited to give a keynote speech at the Montana FFA Foundation's Ag Expo at Montana State University which took place two weeks ago. After the keynote, Trent Petersen, the president of the Red Lodge FFA Chapter from Red Lodge, Montana joined me on stage for his and my first ever, live podcast recording. It was a blast, and I a…
 
Every now and then in an interview there is so much information to cover that I find myself exceeding the normal length of an episode. That was definitely the case in my interview with Jeremiah Geise. I first learned about Jeremiah because he was a national proficiency finalist in the category of diversified livestock. As they say, that was only th…
 
Tip Of The Week There are multiple crime prevention tips in this article that I think are worth taking a look at: https://www.djournal.com/monroe/news/property-owners-can-do-their-part-to-help-deter-theft/article_4307a11b-e9d4-52de-b952-2dbe75b84d87.html Rural Crime In The U.S. https://salinapost.com/posts/dfe029e0-98d1-485b-9471-5283c0a5890f https…
 
Another beautiful evening in Healdsburg,in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country!Tonight we will visit Valette Healdsburg and the Dry Creek Kitchen with John and Diane Bucher.First let's check out their website and learn about tonight's feature wines.Two great Pinot Noirs. The Bucher Vineyard 2018 Pinot Noir. Fragrant aromatics fill the glass with dark …
 
Writing, whether it be as a fiction author, a novelist or a freelancer is one of my favorite methods of off-farm income creation that I cover. Maybe it is because when I first started this show I interviewed an author and it gave so much credibility to the concept that I was pursuing, or maybe it is because I admire people who can write for a livin…
 
Jerry Apps is one of my favorite, all time, agricultural authors. Tomorrow we are featuring an agricultural author whom I have just met that creates her families off-farm income through writing. I thought this would be a great time to replay my second interview with Jerry. I especially enjoy reading and listening to him around the Thanksgiving Holi…
 
Brandon Jakobi is a National Proficiency Finalist this year for his custom round bale business in Wisconsin. He had several things come together at once that were the catalyst for him to achieve at this very high level. Brandon joined the FFA in the 7th Grade. It was something that he always knew that he wanted to do, and he made it happen at his f…
 
As Dodge City was made by the Santa Fe Railroad, Fort Dodge was made by the Santa Fe Trail. Fort Dodge, established in 1865, was a part of the series of early frontier forts that made the settlement of the west possible by protecting travelers along the Santa Fe Trail. Thus, Fort Dodge has historical significance but has never been comprehensively …
 
This week we keep North Valley November moving right along with a visit to Pacoima! We spoke with Crystal Jackson, director of the documentary "Pacoima Stories: Land of Dreams", author of the book, "The Entrance: Pacoima's Story", and president of the Pacoima Historical Society about one of the valley's oldest and most enduring communities. Buy the…
 
I just returned from an incredible three days in Montana, the genesis of which was the greatest professional honor bestowed upon me in my life - presenting my very first keynote address at the college that I received my agriculture degree from to an audience of FFA students. On Thursday I presented a keynote and did my first ever podcast interview …
 
Our guest today has a really amazing story of growth and development. To preface this, Case Edwards is one of four national proficiency finalists in the category of Ag Mechanics Repair And Maintenance. But to hear him tell his story, when he was a sophomore in high school if you had shown him a spark plug, he would not have known what it was. Case'…
 
Tip Of The Week Listen to what I have been saying about catalytic convertors… Rural Crime In The U.S. https://naturalresourcereport.com/2021/11/farmers-hit-hard-by-catalytic-converter-thefts/ https://www.wcbi.com/noxubee-county-deputies-need-help-finding-a-wanted-person/ Across The Pond, Down Under And Up Above https://krugersdorpnews.co.za/471236/…
 
The purpose of this show has always been to help you find ways to create the revenue that you need so that you can sustain you farming or ranching lifestyle. I have always picked entrepreneurship as the way to do that because of the many benefits that come with it such as making good money where few jobs exist and being able to be on your farm when…
 
Woohoo double digits!? Happy episode 10 everyone. This week is a little different because this is our first episode on camera! So if you usually listen to audio, This week we talk Skinwalkers (aka Not Deer, Flesh Pedestrians, Epidermous Strollers, or Skinny Bois). How do you like this setup? Would you want to see more on-screen episodes? Let us kno…
 
Today is a replay of an interview I did on how one entrepreneur took his time in educating himself before he started his business. He had a passion for hunting and the outdoors and he combined it with his desire to want to improve farm ground all while building his business. Listen in the learn more about Al Wisnefske and his wildlife consulting co…
 
Our guest today is very involved in her families dairy and dairy business, but it hasn't always been that way. Along the way to Maggie Mathew's nomination as a National Proficiency Finalist there were some bumps in the road. In some ways her childhood has been very similar to mine, starting with the divorce of her parents. At that point she was exp…
 
I am brining on a new advertiser on November 22nd of this month and am very excited about the new contacts in the industry, the affirmation of my show that they are giving me and the fact that the business is growing. However, what has got me the most excited is the fact that I have stayed true to the advertising model that I committed to for this …
 
The story of today's guest could be a recruiting poster for the FFA, if the FFA actually needed recruiting posters. I found out about Francisco Rocha because he is a national proficiency finalist this year. However, that is the current version of his story. What is so compelling here is the "rest of the story", to quote Paul Harvey. Francisco grew …
 
Tip Of The Week Be careful with lock combinations Rural Crime In The U.S. https://www.fox13now.com/news/local-news/horse-hair-thieves-continually-target-west-jordan-family https://www.hawaiipolice.com/11-04-21-police-seek-information-regarding-theft-of-bee-hives https://www.katc.com/community/crime-stoppers/vermilion-crime-stoppers-help-needed-loca…
 
All of the concepts that I teach and much of what I went through as I was transforming into an entrepreneur is covered in today's episode. It is amazing to me how often I interview an entrepreneur who has made the same transition that I have, and when they tell their story there are so many common themes. Julia (Julie) Jacobsen went to work in her …
 
The loss of horses and supplies at Punished Woman's Fork left the Indians in need of replenishment. Their path of flight took them through the Republican and Solomon River tributary system in northwest Kansas. The area which the Cheyenne crossed in Northwest Kansas had a dense settler population. There were slayings and robbery in southwest Kansas …
 
Our guest today is just a junior in high school, but his achievements suggest someone who is well beyond high school. Ethan Lulich is a National Proficiency Finalist already, for this his supervised agricultural experience restoring and selling antique tractors. In addition to that he has two placement SAE's and another entrepreneurship SAE. He is …
 
Last Saturday night at about 11pm my wife and I touched down at the airport, exhausted from an incredible but very active week in Indianapolis. We had been at the National FFA Convention all week, walked dozens of miles and met hundreds of incredible people. We had seen the future leaders of our country, with all of their hope and promise, talent a…
 
So, what's in the water in Slaton, Texas? Is it some sort of magical elixir that produces national proficiency and American Star finalists? This is a question that I am pondering more and more. Today's show features a repeat guest, Rachyl Kitten. Rachyl first appeared on the show just over a year ago on episode #895. The way that I initially found …
 
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