The Cabin
The Cabin
Sep 29, 2020
Brew-Sconsin: The State’s Top Breweries
Play episode · 31 min

The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Vernon County. 

Campfire Conversation: This week is all about craft breweries and we're calling it Brew-Sconsin! Here are some of our favs: 

New Glarus Brewing Co. (New Glarus), Leinenkugel’s (Chippewa Falls), Central Waters Brewing Co. (Amherst), Stevens Point Brewery (SP), Wisconsin Brewing Company (Verona), Potosi Brewery & the National Brewery Museum (Potosi), Brewfinity (Oconomowoc), Pearl Street Brewery (La Crosse), Badger State Brewing (Green Bay),  Lakefront Brewing (Milwaukee), Hinder Brewing (Waupaca), Karben 4 Brewing (Madison).

Know Your Wisconsin: Cave of the Mounds

Keep Your Daydream
Keep Your Daydream
Marc & Tricia Leach
Living 24/7 with your spouse or family, peacefully
Before we hit the road fulltime, one of our biggest concerns was how we were all going to get along in a small space. After all, it wasn't exactly easy in a large home when the kids were in school and we had plenty of time apart. In this podcast, we both come to the table with three ideas that may help you when traveling or getting through quarantine! To participate in the conversation, go to https://www.keepyourdaydream.com/111/ Topics discussed: * The Golden Rule does not apply to relationships * What are you bringing to the table? * Have important conversations about what you need, when you don't need it! * Creating personal space even when space is limited * Have a premeditated plan for how you will respond to avoid reacting * Focus on the bright spots Books Mentioned in this Podcast: As Trish mentioned in this podcast, what are you bringing to the table? Meaning, what are we learning and focusing on to move the conversation forward? Often when we're not focused on growth and instructional information it's easy to succumb to talking about people, gossip and conversations that are not aligned with your dreams and goals. Below is a list of the books mentioned in this podcast: * The Five Love Languages - Book or Audible * The Four Tendencies - Book or Audible * Personality Plus - Book or Audible * Can't Hurt Me by David Goggins - Book or Audible Feedback? Did you like this podcast? What did you learn? What suggestions do you have to help get along with your spouse, partner or family? Leave your comments below!
47 min
Dear Bob and Sue: A National Parks Podcast
Dear Bob and Sue: A National Parks Podcast
Matt and Karen Smith
19 Adventures in Olympic National Park
Featuring a park in our home state of Washington on this episode, we discuss some of the highlights and must-sees at Olympic National Park. From the rugged coastline of the Pacific Ocean to the blue glaciers hanging off steep alpine cliffs, Olympic NP has something for everyone. Only a short day trip from the Seattle metro area, you can drive to many of the most spectacular sites within the park in a few hours. If you are a little more adventurous, backpacking through the park gives you a less-crowded perspective on the wild beauty of this “magical” place. We even give you a small peek into what it’s like traveling with us by playing an audio recording we made during one of our more challenging adventures.  Some topics we discuss include: Yes? No? Maybe? Whether or not we plan to write another book Four seasons of fun up at Hurricane Ridge Where to go to see what’s left from the largest dam removal project in history, where you can peer into the canyon below at the newly-freed, rushing Elwha River The myriad of activities at beautiful Lake Crescent: in the water, on the beach and on the nearby trails. Our three-day adventure hiking the High Divide / Seven Lakes Basin Trail which started out with some wild weather The magic of the Hoh Rain Forest What we found--and didn’t find—during our backpacking trip along Shi Shi Beach on the coast of the Pacific Ocean And more... In the mail bag segment, we discuss some of our scariest hikes while traveling to all of the national parks. Links to more information: Click here to see photos from our trips to Olympic NP Click here for updated information and park map Where to learn more about our books and travels Join the conversation on Facebook - we want to hear from you! Check out our Instagram account Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 hr 18 min
TalkCDL Trucking Podcast
TalkCDL Trucking Podcast
TalkCDL Trucking Podcast
Pot, Truckers & the New T680E
POT, TRUCKERS & THE NEW T680E. There is a new rise in drug screen failures and refusals. The September statistics are out and there is over a 9 percent increase in truck driver drug failures. With the increased amount of unemployed truck drivers, it is possible that some are turning to drugs for comfort. Even more alarming are the number of drivers that have not started the RTD (return To Duty) process. Approximately 78% of the drivers that have failed, have not started their RTD. This could be a huge number of drivers that are seeking another career. With the large driver shortage in the industry, this is sure to have a negative impact on the entire hiring process. The new Kenworth T680E is set to go on production in 2021. The new Eletric semi truck with come in mostly day cabs. The truck will have a range of 150 miles. Kenworth is and has always been an innovator when it comes to moving forward into the future. We are excited to see where this new concept will end up. The new Kenworth is just the right truck for those that have a fully green fleet in mind. TalkCDL is looking for new people to interview. If you are in the trucking industry and you would like to appear on the show, please write to Troy@TalkCDL.com or Ruthann@TalKCDL.com. If you are a specialized carrier that hauls strange things please contact us and let us tell your story to the world. We also would like to thank every driver and persons that write into the show with such kinds letters. We are humbled by your interest in the podcast. Ice Road Truckers Star to serve house arrest Art Burke, the Ice Road Truckers star has run into a little trouble with the law. Burke was charged in connection with a fire at an apartment building in Yellowknife in Canda’s Northwest Territories. The fire occurred in November of 2018 when Burke was trying to make a concentrated form of cannabis called “shatter,” according to reports by the CBC. One of the most beautiful and photogenic types of marijuana products on the market right now is shatter, also colloquially called shatter wax, shatter weed, or marijuana shatter. Highly sought after and often Instagrammed, shatter burst onto the scene in a major way in the early 2010’s, giving cannabis consumers a potent new way to vape their favorite strains. So what is shatter? Industry experts define shatter as a type of marijuana extract, created by extracting the plant’s  essential oil, which contains the cannabinoids, terpenes, and other chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. The term shatter specifically refers to a specific texture of translucent cannabis concentrate that breaks and shatters like glass. https://www.westwindrecovery.com/recovery-blog/dangers-and-side-effects-of-the-shatter-drug/https://www.medicalmarijuanainc.com/what-is-shatter/Trucking Stuff with TalKCDLTrucker TalkS About His RolloverBuilding your own trucking companyhttp://WWW.Truckingauthority.com/TalkCDLhttps://www.jjkeller.com/homehttps://drivenci.comhttps://www.revinsurance.com
47 min
Soil Sense
Soil Sense
NDSU Extension
Educating the Next Generation with Ag Teacher Whitney Landman
Agriculture teachers are responsible for not only teaching agricultural principles to the youth of today but also for encouraging their experience in agriculture and to promote leadership in whatever field they choose. Whitney Landman joins us from Larimore High School in Larimore, North Dakota. Whitney teaches both junior high and high school classes starting with introductory classes and ranging all the way to ag mechanics and community development. “We always try to start with that intro level and exploring….so that we can bounce up into other concepts as well when they are older.” - Whitney Landman Beyond the classroom, Whitney is also the FFA advisor. Her students are encouraged to participate in career development events and leadership development events. These events promote public speaking, leadership roles, agronomy identification and business management skills. “The mission of agriculture education is to prepare students for successful careers and choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource system…..So my goal, and I think a lot of teachers’ goal as they lead the ag ed program, is that our students find a career that they love, whether that's in ag or not.” - Whitney Landman Whitney highlights the importance of hands on experience for her students and the significant impact that can have on her students' interest and concept understanding. She likes to see them “get active with the content” to encourage curiosity and excitement. Support from the NRCS helps her achieve these goals in allowing students to experiment with different soil health protocols including the effects of wind erosion and conventional tillage. She happily uses resources including local farmers to give her students more opportunity to see agriculture in action and learn skills they might not be able to gain otherwise. This Week on Soil Sense: * Meet Whitney Landman, an agricultural education teacher from Larimore High School in Larimore, North Dakota * Learn about the many classes her program offers to its students * Explore what she finds most effective for teaching new concepts to students * Hear about the many collaborations she has engaged in to give her students the most opportunity to learn Connect with Soil Sense: * _Soil Sense Initiative _ Soil Sense Podcast is hosted by _Tim Hammerich_ of the _Future of Agriculture Podcast_.
24 min
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