Answering your burning questions about Burning Man with a round table discussion of five Burning Man devotees.
Also, we visit the Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice, Nebraska.
Could you become a 1950’s DJ without any training? Ron Harrison shares his first-hand experience in a small coastal town in 1955
Also, we visit The National Coal Heritage Area in West Virginia.
Heifer International not only assists families around the globe, but entire communities, improving nutrition, agriculture, income, access to health care, livestock management, gender equity, and education regarding environmental care. For 70 years, the organization and its volunteers have demonstrated how combined efforts really can make a difference for generations.
And, we visit the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site in Deer Lodge, Montana.
Solving old aircraft crash riddles not only provides historical insight, but often provides closures to families who were never provided answers. David Trojan is an airplane archaeologist-aircraft detective. He has a Masters Degree in Professional Aeronautics, an Associate of Science degree, and is a certified Master Electronics technician. He has visited over 250 military aircraft crash sites dating from 1918 to about 1960 in 12 different states, written over 30 published articles, has been featured on the worldwide Armed Forces Radio and Television Network, given lectures to the Civil Air Patrol, FAA, Professional Pilots Associations, American Aviation Historical Society, and university students concerning aviation archaeology and aviation history.
And, we visit the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site in Oklahoma