We also have time for a little bragging board segment as well. We have a short show this week due to PBS pledge drives. We start with Jenny in the thumb and then have Jimmy’s from west Michigan. Yes, an actual good woodcock recipe: We start by chasing salmon on the Manistee river, then head above the bridge to chase pink salmon, and end up in southern Mi targeting bluegill. We also have a very good venison recipe on the show as well.
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The celebrated train of was numbered M and was a yellow-and-brown lightweight passenger train, articulated and streamlined as a four-car trainset powered by a horsepower oil-distillate internal combustion engine. Diesel-electric switchers had been working in the switching yards of American railroads since , quietly racking up records for efficiency, economy, and availability.
Even earlier, Union Pacific and other roads had used gas-electric cars for light branchline passenger service. One of UP’s own officers developed the streamlined gas-electric vehicle design known as the McKeen car, which both UP and other railroads bought and used. Internal combustion diesel engines first came to UP in the mid s with the successor to M , in the form of the road’s second Streamliner, a lightweight articulated passenger train numbered M Separate diesel passenger locomotives began to appear with the arrival of the road’s third Streamliner, M , in
But mainline passenger and freight traffic remained in the steady hands of dependable, though costly-to-maintain, steam locomotives.
Cabo San Lucas – April 17th, Recorded: If you want to experience some of the most exciting fly fishing in the world, give grant a call and get ready for some fun. Marlin fishing on the fly, no matter what your expectations, can sometimes be a long day trolling around the seemingly endless ocean trying to tease up a Marlin that on some days, never happens. Those days are still fun, being out on the water with friends and experiencing the scenic beauty, but at the end of the day, it’s still a long boat ride.
As it turned out, my days on the water during this trip were anything but a long boat ride. After a bumpy ride fighting the onshore swells all the way we finally arrived at the spot Grant had marked on his GPS and dropped the teasers in behind the boat. Grants decision to make the long trek to this spot in the ocean was the best call of the day. We didn’t have the teasers in the water for more than a few minutes before we had our first Marlin behind the boat.
This would be the first a dozen decent shots I would have at these big beautiful fish in just the first day. Not the mention the small groups of free swimming Marlin that were eating baitfish off the surface like a trout taking a fly off the surface of a lake. You would see birds all of a sudden diving to eat the baitfish being forced to the surface, then two foot long bills followed by a large Marlin heads would emerge as they ate the exhausted baitfish in what seemed like slow motion.
If you were fast enough, you could race over and cast your fly into the malay hoping the excited predator would make a mistake. It’s pretty exhilarating to hook a free swimming Marlin by casting and stripping without any teasing techniques. The following days on the water were just as action packed, as we found the fish there every day.
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Origins[ edit ] For the history of the tie, see also Cravat. There is a long history of neckwear worn by soldiers Roman , whether as part of a uniform or as a symbol of belonging to a particular group. Some form of neckwear other than the outdoor scarf can be traced intermittently through many centuries. The modern necktie spread by Europe traces back to the time of the Thirty Years’ War — when Croatian mercenaries from the Croatian Military Frontier in French service, wearing their traditional small, knotted neckerchiefs, aroused the interest of the Parisians.
This new article of clothing started a fashion craze in Europe; both men and women wore pieces of fabric around their necks. From its introduction by the French king, men wore lace cravats , or jabots , that took a large amount of time and effort to arrange.
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Tide at 2 years old Sired by Bart. I took Tide on this trip, instead of Bart, to get him used to coyote hunting and fetching trout. By noon we arrived at a small creek near Red Lake and caught 4 brooks and one rainbow. Tide kept trying to get ahead of me and that would have spooked the fish so I put him on the short leash tied to my belt. Bart will fetch them out of the water when I bring them up to the surface.
Tide needs more training. We continued on up to the Sweetwater’s and I stopped in the Star Camp Site beautiful campsite in the white bark pines , but the biting flies and mosquitoes were very bad. The place where the birds were was a bog and Tide turned into a mud dog fetching the birds. He was a little slow on the first one, and dropped it a couple of times on the way end, but finally delivered it to hand.
No fancy finish at heel by that time.
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Give us a holler Bruce Kiskaddon is a real old time cowboy, having started his cattle ranch experience in the Picket Wire district of southern Colorado as a kid cowhand and rough string rider and later on northern Arizona ranges, especially as a writer for the late Tap Duncan, famous as a Texas and Arizona cattleman, and one time the largest cattle holder in Mojave County, Arizona, where Bruce rode for years, after which he took a turn as a rider on big cattle stations in Australia.
All this experience is reflected in his western poems, because he has had actual experience in the themes he puts into verse, He had no college professor teach him anything. He is a natural born poet and his poems show he knows his business. The best cowhand poems I have ever read. His books should be in every home and library where western poetry is enjoyed.
After the First World War , hand-painted ties became an accepted form of decoration in America.
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I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith… 2nd Timothy 4: March 27, Passed: February 08, It is with great sadness that the family of John Patrick Rea announces his passing, on Sunday February 8, , at the age of 77 years. Pat will also be fondly remembered by his five grandchildren, his siblings Susie, Mike and Kaye, and their extended families.
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I and 4 other members of the RCGP were fortunate enough to attend the convention. I was very lucky to have 8 other members and spounses of our club join me in Seoul. I want to express my gratitude for this experience as the President Elect, I found it a valuable source of networking and knowledge for all things Rotary! Myself, I have attended several conventions throughout the years and this was by far one of the best Rotary Conventions I have attended. The break outs and keynotes were educational and inspirational!
I connected not only with fellow President Elects around the globe, but also with one right here in Grande Prairie, who I know I will be working with throughout the year, Karen Scribner from the Swan City Club. Together, my new friends and fellow President Elects have made a pact to meet one year from now in Atlanta to share our Presidential Year of experiences!
No matter how many times a person attends a Convention, they always come away with a renewed sense of “Rotary” and a broadened view of how one person really can make a difference.
Alberta taxpayers on hook for new office of former UCP-turned-independent MLA
Fildebrandt’s office will be in the provincially-owned Federal Building on the legislature grounds. CBC The work, he said, would involve using “all the trades. Edmonton’s Federal Building underwent a major makeover. Redford ordered penthouse suite in Federal Building At one point, extravagant plans were in place to turn the top floor of the art-deco-style building into a private penthouse for former Premier Alison Redford.
But it was his own choice to leave the UCP caucus, creating the need for a new office and an additional cost to taxpayers.
By contrast, Jeffers’ view a holdover from the steam days was that the builders should build locomotives to Union Pacific’s specifications, or at least to UP’s unique operating environment.