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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 26, 2016

In this episode, we sit down with Michael Jordan of A Bee Friendly Company. Usually, Michael tells us all about beekeeping. But instead, we're going to talk about perhaps one of the best things you can make with Honey: Mead.

~ Mead Episode Topics:

* What has Michael Jordan, the Bee Whisperer, been up to?
* What is mead?
* What is the history of mead?
* How is mead different from beer?
* What is the process of making homemade mead?
* What are the ingredients used to brew mead?
* Is mead hard to make at home?
* What equipment is needed to make mead?
* How long does it take to brew mead?
* How long does mead keep?

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Sep 19, 2016

In this episode, we go back one more time to the vault for Homeschooling part II with the Davis's.

Before we get started, this is a rebroadcast of episode 79. We were going to do a fresh episode this week, but so many of you wrote in asking for part II to be replayed. So here it is remastered and reloaded for your listening pleasure.

Next week we'll be getting loopy on home made mead in the zombie apocalypse.

Homeschooling Topics Tackled:

* Myths about homeschooling.
* Myths new homeschool parents fall victim to.
* One of the funniest “where do babies come from” conversations.
* How much time in a day kids need to spend in class.
* The museum as a classroom with free teacher’s aids.
* How much time and commitment it really takes to educate your kids at home.
* and other great lessons from a veteran homeschooler and educator.


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Sep 12, 2016

In this episode, we go back into the archives for lessons in homeschooling. This is part one of the two-part series on homeschooling with Suanna and Ron Davis. You'll hear myths busted, challenges accepted, and how it works when one parent works and the other teaches.

E186 a rebroadcast of E59, no longer in the public feed.

Topics:

* Why is homeschooling children a viable option?
* Will my child be socially inept?
* Societal stigmas
* Homeschooling Pros and Cons
* Are there legal issues homeschoolers have to contend with?
* Does homeschooling hurt a child's chances of getting into college?
* Where should parents start with homeschooling?


Anyway, with that. Let's hear from the Davis's.

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Sep 5, 2016

In this episode, we go deep into the ITRH vault to hear a classic not available in the public feed, episode 38. You’ll hear from the late great Scout, head of the Texas chapter of Project Appleseed. And I’m joined by co-host Jonathan who helped found ITRH. We all discuss what I still consider the best traditional rifle marksmanship program.

Whether you are a new shooter, a seasoned hunter, or tactically trained, Appleseed will teach you something and improve your rifle skills. However, Project Appleseed's rifle marksmanship instruction is only a piece of the lessons learned. Attendees also learn about early American History, what a true rifleman (or woman) is, and meet some amazing quality people along the way.

Project Appleseed attendees come from all walks of life and political backgrounds. It’s a place for learning and community building.

Topics:

* What Project Appleseed is.
* What Project Appleseed is NOT.
* Who can attend and what it costs.
* Does Project Appleseed have any political affiliations?
* The rifle marksmanship taught by Project Appleseed.
* The history taught by Project Appleseed.
* Patriotic Duties
* Personal Responsibility

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