Season 3, Show 15, June 9, 2012
Will Richard Pille make it up the mountain in a timely fashion so that he might interview Owen Kendrick and Phil Holland? Will time stand still, or march inexorably forward? What does Walt Whitman have to say about love and live Louisiana Oaks? Does it matter, or is it just another damn thing to forget? Jon Toombs goes to war against the Japanese Beetle, but in an organic way of course. Find out from Jon how you can smite the little buggers and still hang on to your treehugger status. Learn how to make some quick cash by winning the Carroll County Fresh 2012 Photo Contest and hear all the reasons why you should join the Wildfire Farm CSA. Finally, but certainly last, is an interview with award winning mystery novelist Radine Trees Nehring about her new novel A Fair to Die For.
Complete Podcast (zip file)
Playlist on YouTube–plays all tracks in order
- Track 1: Richard Pille walks up the mountain, Walt Whitman stops by, and Jon Toombs waxes on about Japanese beetles.
- Track 2: Owen Kindrick and Phil Holland give Richard Pille the time of day at the Kenetico Clockworks Company. And: Photo Contest Rules, CCLC interviews Melinda Large of It’s A Mystery Bookstore.
- Track 3: Radine Trees Nehring tells us about her new book, A Fair to Die For, and Wildfire Farm updates us about the Wildfire Farm CSA.