Friday, June 22, 2018

~~~~Episode #113 - Personality Al Zombie

Pirate Radio Podcasts  Episode  #113

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Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Episode #99 - Al Borealis (Forum Borealis) 

By Pirate Radio Podcasts™ 

March 24, 2018

Magically marking the spring equinox, congratulations, you've tuned in 2 our 99th Episode of Pirate Radio Podcasts.

Reaching out across the waters, this time 2 an undisclosed location, just outside the world's most heavily guarded, not so secret seed vault of Svalbard Norway, our guest 4 this week's PRE recorded affair is none other than the Anonymously vaping host of Forum Borealis, the one and only Mr: Al Borealis

~~~~Pirate Radio Podcasts™ Episode #98

Pirate Radio Podcasts

Episode  #98

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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~~~~ Treasure Hunt # 4



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~~~~ Basic Training US Army

F Battery 3rd Bat 4th Platoon

~~~~The 4 Corners

~~~~The 4 Corners  


The area now called Four Corners was initially American Indian land and beginning in the 16th century it was claimed by Spain as part of New Spain. After Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821, the area was governed by Mexico until being ceded to the United States by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848 following the United States' victory in the Spanish American War.

The first boundary which would become part of the monument was set as part of the Compromise of 1850, which created the New Mexico Territory and Utah Territory. The border between the two territories was congressionally defined as the 37th parallel north by the 31st United States Congress. In 1861, the 36th United States Congress transferred land previously allocated to the Utah Territory, to the newly created Colorado Territory. The Colorado Territory's southern border would remain as the 37th parallel north, but a new border—between the Colorado and Utah Territories—was declared to be the 32nd meridian west from Washington. This line was derived from the reference used at the time, the Washington meridian.

In 1860, just prior to the outbreak of the American Civil War, a group of people in the southern portion of New Mexico Territory passed a resolution condemning the United States for creating such a vast territory with only a single, small government in place at Santa Fe. They claimed by doing so the U.S. had ignored the needs of the southern portion, left them without a functional system of law and order, and allowed the situation to deteriorate into a state of chaos and near anarchy.

The group declared secession from the United States and announced their intent to join the Confederate States of America under the name of the Arizona Territory. The U.S. Congress responded in 1863 by creating another Arizona Territory with different, but partially overlapping boundaries. The Confederate boundaries split New Mexico along an east–west line, the 34th parallel north, allowing for a single state connection from Texas to the Colorado River. This would give the Confederacy access to California and the Pacific coast. The Union definition split New Mexico along a north–south line, the 32nd meridian west from Washington, which simply extended the boundary between Colorado and Utah southward. The Union plan eventually became reality, and this created the quadripoint at the modern Four Corners.[14] After the split, New Mexico resembled its modern form, with only slight differences.
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Struhs - Own work: Photograph made by me
Struhs - Own work: Photograph made by me
Metallic plate marking the "four corners" spot where the boundaries of the U.S. states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah meet.
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Created: 20 June 2012
Location: 36° 59′ 56.33″ N, 109° 2′ 42.72″ W

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The Four Corners Monument marks the quadripoint in the Southwestern United States where the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah meet. It is the only point in the United States shared by four states, leading to the area being named the Four Corners region.

Monday, June 18, 2018

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~~~~ Treasure Hunt # 3

Forrest Fenn's  Third Book 

"Once Upon A While"

Forrest Fenn’s newest book, 'Once Upon A While,' completes his memoir trilogy. The first memoir 'The Thrill of the Chase,' published nearly eight years ago, has encouraged tens of thousands of individuals and families to search for a treasure hidden somewhere north of Santa Fe. His second memoir, 'Too Far to Walk,' published four years ago, has been a close rival in reader popularity. The new book colorfully showcases 39 mini-episodes in the life of a remarkable man, author and icon who never rests. Stories from jumping off a terrifying bridge as a teenager, riding a fast horse through mountain passes and nearly everything else in-between is bound in this beautifully produced volume. Photographs; graphics and many surprise illustrations from the author himself, as well as an honest and warm Foreword by friend and author Douglas Preston are included.

ISBN: 9780692950555

Publisher: Phat Page Design
Publication Date: November 30th, 0002
Pages: 192