The Enchanter’s Daughter

The Enchanter’s Daughter …

Oro Expeditions After Dark ~ July 1st

By Paula Cas

Sunday, July 1st at 9:00 pm EDT join us for the latest edition of …

Oro Expeditions After Dark with hosts Oro and Paula Cas.

The switchboard is open at 845-277-9146 for you to join Oro and Paula Cas to discuss news and current events centering around gold mining, and topics from the normal to the paranormal. Also your favorite place to prospect, metal detecting, suction dredge, and any other mining activity we missed. We’ll check in on the LDMA and GPAA to see what events they have scheduled for the summer.

We’re sure to get into a little news about the Expedition and Oro and Paula. Things that have happened or just struck that certain chord to make you want to share. It’s been a long week and it ain’t over yet.

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Contact us at: Oro Expeditions and Oro Cas Blockchain

Feel Good Sunday: 12 Badass Revolutionary War Women You’ve Never Heard Of

Feel Good Sunday …

Straight from the Horse's Heart

“With many folks already fully engaged in the holiday of 4th of July we turn towards the the revolutionary war and the reason we celebrate this most important American holiday.  But for today, let’s take a peek at some extraordinary people (ladies) who rarely are heard of in American history.  And being that the bulk of Equine advocates are caring and compassionate women I thought that ya’all might find this information to be both interesting and empowering.

We will simply kick this series off but please be sure to hit (CONTINUED) to view the rest of this most interesting story.

Thanks for all you do and have a peaceful day today, my friends.” ~ R.T.


By Leslie Maryann Neal as published on allthatisinteresting.com

The American Revolution was fought on the homefront, which means that women and children were often caught up in the fighting in one way or…

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6 Bug Repellent Patio Plants

Six Bug Repellent Patio Plants …

Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

We love to spend our summer days outside with family and friends, but pesky bugs are quick to drive a party indoors. For a chemical-free way to keep insects at bay this season, we asked the experts from our green goods team to recommend their favorite bug repellent plants. Planted near the doorway or transformed into essential oils, these six natural options deter mosquitoes, flies, and more uninvited guests in the summer garden.

1. Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis): Like many members of the mint family, this herb provides protection against summertime mosquitoes. To make a quick, all-natural bug repellent, crush a handful of lemon balm leaves and rub onto any exposed skin. If you’ve already suffered a bug bite, its soothing oils can limit itching as well. This easy-to-grow herb also has a number of additional applications, from infused teas and vinegar to green salads.

2. Ageratum ‘Artist…

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