It’s been a very busy couple weeks on Mountain Mornings, need to catch up? Missed a good bit? Fear not dear listeners, here is your Mountain Mornings best of for May 15 – 24.
Carl uses some big vocabulary, Matt finds it attractive. Anton Apollo Ono’ thighs are discussed. A kangaroo sucker punched an Australian MP. A listener suspects Matt and Carl of “sexting” her. House of Dreams is recapped, Matt and Carl let you know how their night ended. Camo shorts and candy preferences are debated and it gets very heated. We get Carl’s mothers reaction to the Blender Bet 2.0 (you’re not helping Natalie!). Matt gets grossed out by a movie storyline that leads to a unique discussion on family dynamics and finally Carl gets a Manicure. All this and more from Matt, Carl and Kirstin on the Mountain Mornings best of. Check out the audio
Another Wednesday has arrived and once again the Mountain Mornings team has delved into the heart of the internet to come up with some of the weirdest and wildest stories around. Today Kirstin discovers a Connecticut zoo that is puzzled by an Ant Eater (immaculate?) conception. Carl finds a bar in Milwaukee that hangs bra’s from the ceiling, it’s his kind of place! Finally Matt goes down under with the plight of an Australian MP who was assaulted by a Kangaroo. Cliche but hilarious, read on for the stories and audio!
Matt and Carl once again created a bet revolving around drinking something disgusting. This time they each drafted 10 Survivor cast members out of a hat, the first person to have all of their cast members eliminated would lose the bet and be forced to drink a concoction chosen by their listeners. It was just as gross as it sounds. Carl was again on the losing end of the Blender Bet, this time being forced to drink a concoction of Anchovies, Wasabi powder, Strawberry Milk and Ketchup. Here is the video evidence, brutal.
It’s Wednesday, time for another edition of Say WHAT?! Today Carl heads to Washington state to find a dispute between neighbors that gets out of hand quickly. Kirstin discovers a unique farming technique involving a helicopter and Matt finds out that funerals in Zimbabwe are much different than in Canada. Read on for the stories and the Audio.
Squamish’s Mayor, Rob Kirkham, discusses the Budget, field usage for the Squamish Valley Music Festival, adoption of “BC Best Practices Guide for Rock Climbing Route Development in the Squamish Areas Provincial Parks” and Bike to Work Week.