Running Iron Podcast 14

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Join Craig, Jim, and “Oil Can” Rathbun as they welcome teacher Judy Larson into the bunkhouse on the historic Figure 8 Ranch for Running Iron Podcast Number 14.  Presently a middle-school teacher on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, Judy brings her considerable experience to talk all things education and to provide an insight into the challenges and rewards of a life in public education.  Plus, as a bonus, listeners will learn about Judy’s daughter, who is an accomplished musician presently studying and playing in the castles and fortresses of Europe.

Hosts:  Craig Rullman, Jim Cornelius

Guest:  Judy Larson

Audio Engineer:  Pete “Oil Can” Rathbun

Original Music:  “Once We Moved Like the Wind” written and performed by Jim Cornelius.  “I Ain’t Making This Up,” written and performed by Mike Biggers. 

Running Iron Podcast 12 — Dr. Larry Len Peterson

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In this episode, Craig, Jim and “Oil Can” Rathbun are joined in the bunkhouse by Dr. Larry Len Peterson.  The author most recently of “American Trinity: Jefferson, Custer, and the Spirit of the West”, Dr. Peterson has published numerous highly regarded biographies including “Philip R. Goodwin:  America’s Sporting and Wildlife Artist”; “The Call of the Mountains; The Artists of Glacier National Park”; “Charles M. Russell: Photographing the Legend, A Biography in Words and Pictures” among others.  He is the recipient of the 2016 C.M. Russell Heritage Award, two Western Heritage Awards, the Scriver Award, The High Plains Book Award, and the Will Rogers Gold Medallion Award.  In addition to being a recognized scholar of the history and art history of the American West, Dr. Peterson is an award winning scientist, physician, and cultural historian.  Please join us for a fascinating interview with a truly remarkable guest, Dr. Larry Len Peterson.

 

Hosts:  Craig Rullman, Jim Cornelius

Guest:  Dr. Larry Len Peterson

Engineer:  Pete “Oil Can” Rathbun

Original Music:  “Once We Rode Like the Wind” written and performed by Jim Cornelius, “I Ain’t Making this Up” written and performed by Mike Biggers

 

Running Iron Podcast Eleven: Stories that Shaped Us

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After a long hiatus to address the realities of busy summer life, the boys are back in the historic bunkhouse on the Figure 8 Ranch for Running Iron Podcast Eleven:  Stories that Shaped Us.  Join Craig, Jim, and Oil Can Rathbun as they discuss stories and historical figures that have shaped their lives and their world views.

Hosts:  Craig Rullman and Jim Cornelius

Audio Engineer:  Pete “Oil Can” Rathbun

Music:  “Once We Moved Like the Wind”  written and performed by Jim Cornelius 

             “I Ain’t Making This Up” written and performed by Mike Biggers

Running Iron Podcast 9 — Lane Jacobson

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After a delay in recording, brought on by the horrors of technology, Craig, Jim, and “Oil Can” Rathbun are back in the bunkhouse on the historic Figure 8 Ranch to bring you another episode of the Running Iron Podcast.  In this episode Lane Jacobson, owner of Paulina Springs Bookstore in Sisters, Oregon, sits down for a wide-ranging discussion about books, artificial intelligence, algorithms, and his vision for what a great small-town bookstore looks like.  

Hosts:  Craig Rullman, Jim Cornelius, Pete “Oil Can” Rathbun

Guest:  Lane Jacobson

Original Music:  “Once We Rode Like the Wind,” Written and performed by Jim Cornelius

                          “I Ain’t Making This Up,” Written and performed by Mike Biggers