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Today we are expected to be in the 70’s. going to get out and make the most of it. Today on the podcast we talk about a few news headlines and trivia thanks for checking up on me! scott powell
Friday March 7, 2014 and temps were well on there way to the 60’s. I just had to get away from the desk and get some dirt on my boots. Let’s rephrase that…get some Mud on my boots! There was … Continue reading
Ok, so warmer temperatures are supposed to creep into Missouri over the next couple of days. That means, I need to get prepped to hit the trail. I’m still without a new pair of boots, but that is not going … Continue reading
It’s not that I need a new phone, I just want one. We talk about that and how I hope to get it it’s podcast #012 as always, thanks for checking up on me! scott powell
the snowfall reported to be 6 to 10″ turned out to be 3 maybe 4 inches. That’s good…..I guess, but if it’s going to be this cold, we might as well have a lot of snow on the ground! Anyway, … Continue reading
It’s March 1st and hoped we would be done with the Winter Storms by now! From the National Weather Service, Kansas City Mo: A significant winter storm will move through the region starting tonight. Wintry precipitation will begin later this … Continue reading
For the past two years They have withstood the brunt of every step I have taken while hiking. From concrete, asphalt to dirt, rock, mud and occasional creek crossing. They have provided a stable foot hold along every path. Last … Continue reading