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The Warm, Happy Place Of The Week COSTA RICA

Stay warm with my weekly installments of happy, warm places to head off to in your mind all winter long. This week it's Costa Rica, ENJOY!

Where's your warm, happy place?

BOWES, ENGLAND - MARCH 27:  A snow plough clears the A66 road under heavy snowfall near to Bowes in County Durham on March 27, 2013 in northern England. Across the UK heavy snow and freezing temperatures continue to cause disruption as Britain endures the coldest March in 50 years.  (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
BOWES, ENGLAND - MARCH 27: A snow plough clears the A66 road under heavy snowfall near to Bowes in County Durham on March 27, 2013 in northern England. Across the UK heavy snow and freezing temperatures continue to cause disruption as Britain endures the coldest March in 50 years. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Cold Weather

The great thing about Montana weather is that you are never sure exactly what you are going to get. I’ve seen snow in some form every month of the year.

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STANISLAUS NATIONAL FOREST, CA - AUGUST 17:  Giant Sequoias tower over National Park Service (NPS) fire crews as they establish hand line in the Merced and Tuolumne Groves to protect the trees from the Rim Fire on August 17, 2013 near Yosemite National Park, California. The Rim Fire continues to burn out of control and threatens thousands of homes and structures outside of Yosemite National Park.  (Photo by U.S. Forest Service via Getty Images)
STANISLAUS NATIONAL FOREST, CA - AUGUST 17: Giant Sequoias tower over National Park Service (NPS) fire crews as they establish hand line in the Merced and Tuolumne Groves to protect the trees from the Rim Fire on August 17, 2013 near Yosemite National Park, California. The Rim Fire continues to burn out of control and threatens thousands of homes and structures outside of Yosemite National Park. (Photo by U.S. Forest Service via Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Trees and Plants

Due to our geographical location and altitude we have a very short growing season to certain plants and trees exist in Montana that would not survive in other parts of the country.

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WUHAN, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 03:  (CHINA OUT) People salvage dead fish in a river on September 3, 2013 in Wuhan, Hubei province of China. About 40 kilometers of Fuhe River was covered with dead fish and most of them are 40 to 50 cm long. It was reported that the incident was caused by excessive ammonia nitrogen density.  (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)
WUHAN, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 03: (CHINA OUT) People salvage dead fish in a river on September 3, 2013 in Wuhan, Hubei province of China. About 40 kilometers of Fuhe River was covered with dead fish and most of them are 40 to 50 cm long. It was reported that the incident was caused by excessive ammonia nitrogen density. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)
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“If You Enter The River — You Will Die!”

Seventy-five percent of our planet is covered with water. Life on earth would be impossible without it. But like each of us, not all bodies of water are equal or safe.

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Flickr Photo by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Flickr Photo by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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The Storm of the Century

Where were you on this date in 2005? If you were in New Orleans, Louisiana you’d be bracing for the worst natural disaster in United States history — Hurricane Katrina.

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Tom Egelhoff, Host of "Open for Business" Saturdays 11-2PM
Tom Egelhoff, Host of "Open for Business" Saturdays 11-2PM
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Five Hours of Larry, Shane and Tom on Saturday Aug. 24th

These three gurus will be doing five hours of comment on business, politics, money, government, elections, gold, commodities and much more. Let your voice be heard.

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WAVELAND, MS - DECEMBER 06:  Workers clean tarballs from the BP oil spill on Waveland beach December 6, 2010 in Waveland, Mississippi. Nearly eight months after the spill, tarballs are still washing up on the beach. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
WAVELAND, MS - DECEMBER 06: Workers clean tarballs from the BP oil spill on Waveland beach December 6, 2010 in Waveland, Mississippi. Nearly eight months after the spill, tarballs are still washing up on the beach. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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The BP Oil Spill: Three Years Later

One of the worst disasters in American History came to an end three years ago today. It's most commonly known as the BP oil spill.

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BALYEAT & SENA: “FrackNation” Debunks Gasland & Myths of Extreme Environmentalists

My guests last week were Joe Balyeat, AFP-MT State Director and Jessica Sena, Communications Adviser for Montana Petroleum Association.  Balyeat and Sena were on the last leg of an 8-city "Montana Energy Freedom Tour," screened FrackNation the night before and spoke about how Montanans can reclaim the Treasure State.

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(Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
(Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Hydraulic Fracturing: How It Works and Why It’s Safe

Shane and Pat Montalban joined Tom Egelhoff on his Open for Business Radio Show to talk about the Hydraulic Fracturing process used in oil drilling in Montana and South Dakota.

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MOORE, OK - MAY 27: A flag flies from the foundation of a home which detroyed by the May 20 tornado on May 27, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. Residents and volunteers observed the Memorial Day holiday by continuing to recover valuables from the destroyed neighborhoods. The tornado of EF5 strength and two miles wide touched down May 20 killing at least 24 people and leaving behind extensive damage to homes and businesses. U.S. President Barack Obama promised federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
MOORE, OK - MAY 27: A flag flies from the foundation of a home which detroyed by the May 20 tornado on May 27, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. Residents and volunteers observed the Memorial Day holiday by continuing to recover valuables from the destroyed neighborhoods. The tornado of EF5 strength and two miles wide touched down May 20 killing at least 24 people and leaving behind extensive damage to homes and businesses. U.S. President Barack Obama promised federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Natural Disasters and Profiteering

Mother Nature’s awesome power was put on display again recently in Moore, Okla., when a mile wide tornado paid a visit resulting in a death toll of 24 people, more than 370 injured, and the loss of over 13,000 homes.

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