Sunday, October 29, 2017 // A.J. Swoboda
Genesis provokes more questions, debates, and doubts than any book in the Bible. To really understand the story, we have to step back from our preconceived notions and read it through the lens of the original audience. At its heart, Genesis is about a God who makes gardens out of chaos and calls us to do the same. Understanding Genesis will help us understand the rest of the Bible.
This Saturday, February 10, 2018, Arbor Doctor and ISA Board Certified Master Arborist Ron Rothhaas will be joining In The Garden radio host Ron Wilson for all three hours of his gardening show from 6 AM to 9 AM Eastern time on 550 WKRC radio in Cincinnati and nationwide on iHeart radio and In The Garden affiliates.
During the show we will be touching on a myriad of subjects including trees, weather, and Ron Rothhaas’s recent return from the Ohio Tree Care Conference. We may even take some of your calls. So listen in live or listen later on the podcast. You can also join the Garden Party chat during the show by going to the In The Garden With Ron Wilson fan page and looking for the current garden party link. You’ll be glad you did!
By the time you get done looking through this list, you might have to check if you are a pareidoliac. This collection of creepy and bizarre looking trees look anything other than what they really are. While most people regard all trees to look identical, it takes one with a keen eye for the uncanny to truly distinguish between them. See the spooky rest here>>>
I really don’t know how long I listened to 610WTVN’s John Corby from Columbus, Ohio, but what I do know is that I am self employed and in the late fall of 2008, when the economy was caving in, listening to talk radio was beyond depressing. I turned to John Corby with his mundane, regular guy topics and Big Bass Brothers and it got me through. John has been a regular part of my afternoons down here in Cincinnati ever since.
John was not only with me in Cinicnnati but on iHeart while traveling in other parts of Ohio and the nation. John was with me in Holmes County Amish Country and Sandusky and probably when I drove out to Rapid City, South Dakota. I always tried to clear my schedule at 3PM Friday so I could hear the Big Bass Brothers. I will miss John. I will miss his dry wit and his self deprecating humor. I will miss that regular guy in Columbus. Rest in peace, my friend, and take a photo of yourself in that Big Bass bathroom in the sky. 5 bowls? Happy birthday, John.
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From: Ron Wilson
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2017 7:20 AM
To: Scott Beuerlein; Ron Rothaas (firstname.lastname@example.org) <email@example.com>
Subject: tree show
What else can I say?
THANK YOU!!!! You all really are the best….and I really do appreciate you taking the time to be on our show. Thanks again! rw
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Station Number: OH-HM-24
Station Name: Cheviot 3.4 W
Report Date: 4/14/2017
Submitted: 4/14/2017 9:34 PM
Scale Bar: Moderately Wet
Soil is very damp. The ground is still partially saturated with water but with significant drying over the past week.
Not much standing water remaining. Local plants and pastures are healthy and lush. Water bodies remain slightly more full than normal.
Categories: General Awareness