Featuring Hosts: Matthew Carano, Nick Boyle, and Cord Blomquist
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Produced by: Matt Carano, and Nick Boyle
On this Episode of The Freecast the Red Flag Law gets a hearing in Concord, deregulation spikes sales in CBD, HIV may have a cure, and Dover says no to a private music venue.
- New owners of greyhound park want 100 percent employee-owned casino
- Red Flag Law hearing today
- Deregulation sees spike in CBD sales
- Portsmouth’s Zagster bike rentals have net cost of $49K
- Second man may be cured of AIDS virus after transplant
- Music venue run out of a private home
- Freecoast Liberty Outreach Meetup
- Dover – 1st Thursday
- Mt Monadnock
- 3165 ft
- 1,000 ft taller than any other peak in over 30-mile radius
- 2,150 ft prominence
- It is so isolated that American geologists use Monadnock as a term for a mountain or hill that rises abruptly compared to the rest of the landscape
- It’s like Erebor
- Monadnock derives from an Abenaki term, loosely translated as “the mountain that stands alone
- The earliest recorded ascent was in 1725 by Captain Samuel Willard and his fourteen rangers. They camped out there to look out for indigenous Americans.
- Strange records
- Garry Harrington, hiked Monadnock 16 times in 24 hours
- Larry Davis hiked the summit daily for 2,850 days (7.8 years)
- 3rd most popularly hiked the mountain in the world at 125,000 hikers a year
- The summit is barren, this isn’t because of a natural tree line, but because there were fires set by settlers sometime between 1810 and 1820 that raged for weeks destroying all the trees and the top-soil
- Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote a long poem about the mountain, which is one of his most famous poems, called “Monadnock”.
- Other Transcendentalists Henry David Thoreau and Margaret Fuller visited the Monadnock several times and wrote about it.
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