It’s a tale of a lost opportunity at a college education, a one-way ticket to Flagstaff and the fate of a planet! This is the inspiring story of Kansas Farm Boy Clyde Tombaugh and his determination to follow his dreams from the middle of nowhere to the ends of the Solar System!
Thanksgiving is about family and blessings. Here’s a tale from my youth about one of the greatest men I ever knew and the blessing he was to me. This Thanksgiving eat more than you should, hug everyone you know and make sure to get all the gravy you want. withinpodcast.com
Every region of the country has it’s take on place names. In Oklahoma, it’s a safe bet that our unusual place names had their start as a word in a Native language. Tahlequah, the Capital of the Cherokee Nation, is such a name. There are two stories, which one is right?
A story from my misspent youth in the wilds of the Cherokee Nation. Pre-cable TV fun for us was driving the backroads & finding ways to scare our classmates. One surefire place to this end was a remote, lonely stretch road called Beaver Gap. Tales of spooks associated with the place had been going on for years, having a cemetery right there handy didn’t hurt much. This is the story of the last time I was ever at Beaver Gap at night…
In Kansas City you might find a group of intrepid Urban Hikers checking out art, nature or historic sites around the City. Urban Hikes Kansas City, much like our show, strives to illuminate things overlooked but worth seeing. Owner Lisa Pena visits with our host about various aspects of an urban hike and what she has learned in the process. The hikes present a new perspective to the City and create a little community along the way. According to Lisa, “Neat things happen on an urban hike!”
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