7: Happy Anniversary
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Erin and Mike celebrate their 10 year wedding anniversary by working all day and then sitting down with you and talking about the last 10 years, regrets, people that have come and gone and the dreams and aspirations that were changed by coming to the ranch. Jingle Credits: Ryan Humphrey www.youtube.com/channel/UCHlnlBszFBaJD7nJ9wV2lgA Geoff Buell www.geoffbuell.com/ www.facebook.com/gbuellmusic/ Become a supporter on Patreon : www.patreon.com/ourwyominglife Subscribe Now → goo.gl/5HfhGj Facebook → www.facebook.com/OurWyomingLife/ Twitter → twitter.com/OurWyomingLife YouTube → www.youtube.com/c/ourwyominglife Reddit → www.reddit.com/r/OurWyomingLife/ Website→ www.ourwyominglife.com/ Business Inquiries: For sponsorship requests or business opportunities please contact us directly: ourwylife@gmail.com Our Wyoming Life PO Box 667 Gillette WY 82717 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theourwyominglifeperspect/message
Warden's Watch
Warden's Watch
Wayne Saunders
054 The Case of Kate Matrosova featuring Ty Gagne
Kate Matrosova was a highly experienced hiker from Southern Siberia, Russia. She came to America on a student visa and successfully graduated with a masters degree in Financial Engineering. Though she worked for many firms on Wall Street, she also had a passion for the outdoors. She had a passion for climbing big mountains such as Kilimanjaro and McKinley, and was an active marathon runner. At 32 years old, she hiked the Presidential Mountain Range of the White Mountains in New Hampshire carrying light gear for a day hike. Unfortunately, she never made it out alive. The weather conditions reached -85F and 141 MPH winds. Rescue teams attempted to reach her after she activated her communications device, but to no avail. Kate Matrosova was discovered a day later. Ty Gagne is the CEO of Primex, a public entity risk pool based in New Hampshire, and is also a certified wilderness first responder. He wrote the book Where You’ll Find Me about Kate’s experiences and those who were a part of her recovery. In this podcast, he discusses his own personal involvement in the outdoors, his perspective on Kate's case, and how he wrote the book. Thin Green Line Podcast Copper Pig Brewery Hunt of a Lifetime Maine's Operation Game Thief NH Wildlife Heritage International Wildlife Crime Stoppers Here's What We Discuss: * The book Where You Will Find Me * Ty and Wayne’s experience with hiking * The easy mistakes of hiking * The beginning of Kate’s story * The White Mountains * Challenges of winter hiking * The conditions of Kate’s hike * Her plan and the issues around it * Kate’s drive to succeed * The group that got her out * The issue with personal location devices * Ty’s interviews with on-scene wardens * The drive of law enforcement and how to keep them safe * Mental health of volunteers and law enforcement * The changes at altitude * Retracing Kate’s story for a book * The good out of a tragedy Credits Hosts: Wayne Saunders and John Nores Producer: Jay Scott Ammann Social Media/Marketing: Morgan Day Find More Here: Website Apple Podcasts Spotify Facebook Twitter Instagram Stitcher Tunein Libsyn Google Play YouTube RSS
1 hr 12 min
GameKeeper Podcast
GameKeeper Podcast
Mossy Oak
EP:26 | The Legendary Mossy Head Turkey
On episode 26 of The GameKeeper Podcast, we tackle the topic of the legendary Mossy Head wild turkey. Are they a distinct species or is it just a unique genetic trait? To help us answer these questions we welcome our own David Hawley, VP of Business Development with Mossy Oak Properties, obsessed turkey hunter and founder of the Wild Turkey Report. We also talk with Tim Cosby, former Chief Law Enforcement officer with over 30 years’ experience with the Alabama Department of Conservation. Described as a smaller, darker colored turkey with large spurs that could possibly be the original strain of wild turkey. Both of our turkey obsessed guests give their opinions on the Mossy Heads and share stories of this legendary bird. We also discuss, David showing off his turkey calling skills on the David Letterman Show, possible proof of the existence of the southern long tail cats. Dudley answers a listeners question on planting bald cypress in an area that floods. Enjoy! Presented by GameKeeper Field Wear (gamekeepersfieldwear.com) Stay in touch with the Wild Turkey Report: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wildturkeyreport/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/wildturkeyreport/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/wildturkeyreprt?lang=en   Stay connected with GameKeepers: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mossyoakgamekeepers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GameKeepers Twitter: https://twitter.com/MOGameKeepers YouTube: http://bit.ly/GK-Podcast-YouTube Website: http://www.gamekeepersclub.com   Support the show (https://subscribe.gamekeepersclub.com/) Support the show (https://subscribe.gamekeepersclub.com/)
1 hr 17 min
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