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Episode 2
Listeners: 693
Cape Cod, MA


Nauset Lighthouse

The historic Nauset Lighthouse in Eastham was rescued from the edge of a sixty-foot high eroding cliff in November 1996. The tower was moved approximately 300 feet to a new location across the road and has now been restored. Learn about what makes the lighthouse so special.



Episode 8
Listeners: 912
Estes Park, CO


Early Downtown Estes Park

A walk through early downtown Estes Park through the eyes of John Meissner. This episode should be listened to before taking the Estes Park Historical Walk.



Episode 4
Listeners: 1,315
Estes Park, CO


Butch Cassidy's Character

In his finest story-telling fashion, Dave Logan shares some insights on Butch Cassidy's reputation as a legendary gentleman robber.



Episode 2
Listeners: 636
Cape Cod, MA


Paddling The Monomoys

With the wind blowing and the waves breaking over our bows, it's been another magical day seeing the seals so playful and noisy up close to our kayaks and experiencing Monomoy and all its treasures at its best!



Episode 2
Listeners: 1,966
Estes Park, CO


Why Wapiti Whistle

Perhaps the two most haunting and memorable sounds you will ever hear in nature are the lonely call of a loon and the haunting bugle of an elk, also known as the wapiti. Let's eavesdrop on an elk herd during the Fall Rut.



Episode 4
Listeners: 1,309
Eastham, MA


Making It Happen In Business - 4

Philip shares 3 of his entrepreneurial business philosophies for success: You will be disappointed, Do something every day,Think Big & Be bold.



Episode 6
Listeners: 1,359
Eastham, MA


Making it Happen in Business - 6

Philip shares 2 of his most important entrepreneurial business philosophies for success: You Must Show Up & Follow Through Faster Than Your Customer's Expectations.



Episode 1
Listeners: 1,656
Eastham, MA


Making It Happen In Business - 1

Philip shares 3 of his entrepreneurial business philosophies for success: Learn how to listen to others, Don't procrastinate & Throw out a lot of grass seed.



Episode 5
Listeners: 1,141
Estes Park, CO


The Tipton Train Robbery

The Overland Limited (the fastest train on the Union Pacific Line) stopped for coal at Tipton, Wyoming, when a masked man walked up and stuck a Colt 45 in the back of train engineer, Henry Wallenstein. Dave Logan shares what happened next.



Episode 2
Listeners: 612
Cape Cod, MA


White Cedar Swamp Trail - Wellfleet

This mostly shaded loop, great on a hot day, explores one of the Cape's few remaining stands of Atlantic white cedar. On the trail, you cross a wooden boardwalk through the swamp.



Episode 5
Listeners: 743
Cape Cod, MA


Nauset Marsh Trail - Eastham

The trail winds along the edge of Salt Pond and Nauset Marsh, crosses fields and returns to the Salt Pond Visitor Center through a recovering forest. There are several spectacular vistas along the way.



Episode 1
Listeners: 1,336
Cape Cod, MA


Paddling To Billingsgate Island

It was a beautiful day last summer when we paddled our kayaks from Wellfleet Harbor, on Cape Cod, to Great Island where we met some Cape Cod natives who told us a story about a nearby island that is visible only during low tide. The paddle was much more than we expected it to be.



Episode 1
Listeners: 588
Cape Cod, MA


Surf Culture And Surfing Stories

Surfing stories have been a part of the surfing community forever. Each and every time a surf story is told again, it becomes a bit different. The surfing stories are like you've heard them for the very first time and everyone relives that experience over and over.



Episode 1
Listeners: 1,961
Estes Park, CO


A Home In The Sky

There is something so sacred and unparalleled about the grandeur of the rugged mountains, pristine forests, lush meadows, tranquil lakes and streams here in the Rocky.



Episode 5
Listeners: 1,396
Estes Park, CO


The Ravens of Lily Mountain

These mysterious, intelligent birds of prey have no problem taking time off from hunting and scavenging to play and enjoy life before getting back to work. Hopefully, they can inspire us to occasionally do the same and to remember to be grateful for it.