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A weekly masterpiece that will both delight and depress you. Recorded live from our studio which in truth is our bed. Please, note this is a family friendly podcast (usually) and all recording is done fully clothed (usually) and we think is in good taste even if it is somewhat absurd!
Here you'll find an assortment of topics ranging from neutrinos to silly goat stories to... oh, what the hell, this is usually the end of our day "musings" which is to say, who knows what it is you'll find. Consider it a weekly mystery, 12-15 minutes in length.

Rhubarb and Sam noreply@blogger.com (Anonymous)

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A weekly masterpiece that will both delight and depress you. Recorded live from our studio which in truth is our bed. Please, note this is a family friendly podcast (usually) and all recording is done fully clothed (usually) and we think is in good taste even if it is somewhat absurd!
Here you'll find an assortment of topics ranging from neutrinos to silly goat stories to... oh, what the hell, this is usually the end of our day "musings" which is to say, who knows what it is you'll find. Consider it a weekly mystery, 12-15 minutes in length.

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 7

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 7

    The long lost podcast! This week in Rhubarb and Sam, we apologize for our absence and then get busy reflecting on our various spring projects... lots of permaculture projects including new food forests and our first swale, nature trails and a campsite. Then there is a frog and a cat. Don't miss it!! Please note that you can subscribe to the podcast in several ways: At the iTunes store via this link. If you are using an RSS reader or podcast app use this link. Thanks and enjoy!

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 6

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 6

    The long lost podcast! This week in Rhubarb and Sam, we reflect on the transformation that Kaleesha has been through over the past two years. From her long hair and modest dress and primary role of obedient wife and mother, all based on her previous fundamentalism, to her short hair cut and changing dress habits to her new role as an author.  Interesting. Please note that you can subscribe to the podcast in several ways: At the iTunes store via this link. If you are using an RSS reader or podcast app use this link. Thanks and enjoy!

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 5

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 5

    This week in Rhubarb and Sam, discussing community, connecting and not connecting. In particular, feeling connected to our new friends in England even as we feel disconnected locally. Being atheists in a conservative Christian community can often be a strange experience with few community connections. We work to cultivate and nurture the few that we have. Please note that you can subscribe to the podcast in several ways: At the iTunes store via this link. If you are using an RSS reader or podcast app use this link. Thanks and enjoy!

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 4

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 4

    This week in Rhubarb and Sam, astronomy! We set-up at the Tucker Creek observatory for some time at the telescope only to have a clear night turn into a not-so-clear night due to high humidity. The stars were still pretty bright in our dark skies so we settled in on the moon couch (our disc shaped outdoor couch) to record an episode. From Cygnus to Sagittarius, Saturn to Mars, take a tour of our night sky with us. There's nothing quite like pondering our place in our galaxy and our galaxy's place in the Universe. Have a listen! Links of interest: Our Milky Way Galaxy Our Solar System Globular Clusters Please note that you can subscribe to the podcast in several ways: At the iTunes store via this link. If you are using an RSS reader or podcast app use this link. Thanks and enjoy!

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 3

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 3

    This week in Rhubarb and Sam a middle of the night discussion of identity, life on earth, feeling small and feeling large. Have a listen! Please note that you can subscribe to the podcast in several ways: At the iTunes store via this link. If you are using an RSS reader or podcast app use this link. Thanks and enjoy!

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 2

    Rhubarb and Sam, Episode 2

    This week in Rhubarb and Sam we touch on child rearing, aquarium disasters and the evolution of family life. In short, it's a balancing act that starts fresh every day. Have a listen! Please note that you can subscribe to the podcast in several ways: At the iTunes store via this link. If you are using an RSS reader or podcast app use this link. Thanks and enjoy!

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trailhead ,

Nary a narwhal

Terrific folks. Delighful conversation. Insightful. Smile inducing. And who needs narwhals. I don't. That's for sure. Kudos to these two for staying off that bandwagon.

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