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Ahhhh, Spring – Second Take [Part V] [AUDIO]

Today we wrap-up our look behind the headlines at what needs to be done around the garden and around the house.  Or, just catching-up to the change of temperature and daylight.

Our show today looks at bringing the garden down to size – gardening in straw bales, containers, or by the square yard.  Joe Walker,

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Ahhhh, Spring – Second Take [Part III] [AUDIO]

Even though Spring comes to the Northern Rockies a little bit at a time, now is the time to get busy in the garden and the landscape.  For some of us, hints from a garden professional are always welcome

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(U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Melissa Sheffield)
(U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Melissa Sheffield)
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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part V] [AUDIO]

The air transports used to drop airborne soldiers behind Utah Beach in 1944 were the C-47 Skytrains.  In this year’s commemorative drops, C-130 Hercules will provide the airlift.  Basic and specialized versions of the C-130 perform airlift support, Antarctic ice resupply, aeromedical missions, weather reconnaissance, aerial spray missions, firefighting duties for the U

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part IV] [AUDIO]

Planning an event like the 68th Anniversary of D-Day requires special skills, the kind found in the G-3, or Operations Section of the US Army, Europe.  They’re in charge of the multi-national, multi-service exercise to commemorate the start of the invasion of Normandy.

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On theRoad, France – Second Take [Part III] [AUDIO]

One of the most important objectives of the 82nd Airborne Division on D-Day was the La Fière bridge. The bridge itself might look like a small objective, but in June 1944 was one of only two locations where the Merderet river could be crossed by armor. G

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part II] [AUDIO]

As the city of William the Conqueror, CAEN has a long and complex history. In the Second World War, it was a key site of the Battle of Normandy. The city has preserved the memory by erecting a memorial for remembrance and peace.

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part I] [AUDIO]

This week we go behind the headlines for a visit to Normandy, France.  The look and feel is a lot like the American midwest.  And, Normandy is full of interesting people.

BAYEUX, with its perfectly preserved medieval ensemble, magnificent cathedral and world-famous tapestry, is a great place to start our visit.  In the center o

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