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Patricia Lawrence and guest recording Audio Journeys in Augsburg Germany
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November 2007 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Nov 26, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Tallman Hotel Upper Lake California
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  • We are on a Scenic Road Trip through Northern California… One hundred miles north of San Francisco, we finish our Saturday Morning Nature walk at the Rodman Slough Nature Preserve, owned by the Lake County Land Trust.

    Lake County Land Trust invites visitors on Saturday morning nature walks throughout the year. Check their website Lake County Land Trust.org.

    We are exploring Lake County in Northern California. Bernie Butcher is not only is a member of the Lake County Land Trust; he and his wife Lynn have recently restored an 1896 hotel in the historic town of Upper Lake.

    In 2003, when the Butchers purchased and began restoration of one of California’s oldest buildings, the 1896 Tallman Hotel, they understood the need to preserve California’s unique history. The Tallman Hotel in Upper Lake, served as a rest stop for travelers coming and going to nearby, and not easy to get to, mineral hot springs resorts.
  • Pub Date: Nov 24, 2007 - 1:05 am
  • Turtles of Monterrico Guatemala
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  • Monterrico Guatemala Along the Pacific Coast of Guatemala, for centuries turtles have used the narrow strip of black sand beach as the perfect incubator for their fragile eggs. Today competition with human activities threaten some of the world’s last remaining turtles. The Center for the Study of Conservation, a department of Guatemala’s University system is in Monterrico to protect the turtles and surrounding mangrove forests.

    Please visit www.TravelRadio.com Turtle Page in the Mesoamerica folder, to purchase half-hour Audio Journey from our Nature Walk in Monterrico Guatemala.

    We meet Sid Eschenbach, president of Green Wave Hotel Association, owner of a beach front lodging and champion for the turtles. We walk through a neighborhood of local residents next to the biotope. We are on our way to meet ranger Poncho Chavez, Sid tells us the history of the Monterrico Biotope.
    Please visit our Turtle Page in the Mesoamerica folder, to purchase half-hour Audio Journey from our Nature Walk in Monterrico Guatemala.

    Please visit www.TravelRadio.com Turtle page in Mesoamerica Folde, to purchase half-hour Audio Journey on CD or download, of our Nature Walk in Monterrico Guatemala.
  • Pub Date: Nov 17, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Lake County Land Trust at Rodman Preserve
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  • Audio Journeys from Travel Radio International, explorations into destinations around the world. Hello I’m Patricia Lawrence.

    We are On a Scenic Road Trip through Northern California… One hundred miles north of San Francisco, California, Clear Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake completely in California.

    We are on a Saturday Morning Nature walk through the Rodman Slough Preserve. The Rodman Slough Nature Preserve is owned and managed by the Lake County Land Trust. Lake County Land Trust invites visitors on Saturday morning nature walks throughout the year.

    This Audio Journey is made possible with support from the Lake County Office of Marketing and Economic Development. On the web at Lake County.com

    On Highway 29, in Lake County, in Northern California, we explore the Rodman Slough Nature Preserve and find out about the Lake County Land Trust from members Peter McGee and Bernard Butcher. Our nature walk begins at the old Rodman farmhouse, on Highway 29.
  • Pub Date: Nov 02, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • B Bryan Preserve, Point Arena California
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  • Audio Journeys from Travel Radio International, explorations into destinations around the world. Hello I’m Patricia Lawrence.

    We are On a Scenic Road Trip through Northern California…

    On the Pacific Coast Highway One, 130 miles north of San Francisco California, we stop in the little City of Point Arena, where endangered African Hoof Stock included zebras and antelope live.

    B. Bryan Preserve was founded by the Husband and wife team, Biologist, Dr. Frank Mello, of San Francisco, and Judy Mello, of Tupelo Mississippi.

    Visitors are welcome, by appointment, to join a guided tour in this very unique and important one-hundred acre private preserve. We are riding along in the evening feeding truck with the founders of B. Bryan Preserve, Dr. Frank and Judy Mello.
  • Pub Date: Nov 01, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Virginia in the 19th Century at Virginia's Explore Park
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  • We are exploring Virginia’s Explore Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains; where we out about life in western Virginia in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

    Kemp’s Ford Schoolhouse was built around 1860. One-room school houses like this one served Virginia’s farming communities. We arrive at the 1860 school house with Deborah Pitts, Executive Director of Virginia’s Explore Park.

    There are many rivers in Virginia. Rivers were used for transportation and cargo.

    In 1771, a long narrow boat the Batteaux was introduced to Virginia’s waterways.

    We stop along the trail at Virginia’s Explore Park where we find a replica Batteaux, and a costumed historian to tell us about them.

    We are on a Four-Hundred-Years-of-History road trip across the Commonwealth of Virginia.