Oro Expeditions After Dark

By Paula Cas

Sunday at 9:00 pm EDT …

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 travel, prospect, metal detect, suction dredging, 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, 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

Crypto And Then Some … With Hosts Oro and Paula Cas

By Paula Cas

Saturday, June 23, at 2:00 pm EDT …

Crypto And Then Some … With hosts Oro Cas and Paula Cas. Call in at 845-277-9146 to talk about your experiences in the world of Crypto. We’ll discuss the news of the week. Information about new coins, programs, exchanges, and the technologies arising from cryptocurrencies and their uses in today’s world. Everything from ATM’s that accept Bitcoin to Blockchain inventory control. Join us to talk about Bitcoin, cloud mining, charts and the markets, alt-coins, and what the future holds for crypto currency.

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Check out our website at:  Oro Cas Blockchain

Crypto And The Some … With Special Guest Mike Klingler

Due to extenuating circumstances, Mike Klingler will not be appearing tonight.

Crypto ATS

KDCL Media and And Then Some Again Productions presents Crypto And Then Some … With Special Guest Mike Klinger on Blogtalk Radio Sunday at 9pm EDT. Call in at 845-277-9146.

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KDCL Media is BACK!!!

I’ll be there as co-host! Having a blast!

Oro Cas Reflects

35129637_10212172488975018_6585539802395836416_nToday is a special day just like yesterday and last Sunday night. The reason the word “special” comes to mind is because Paula and I have brought something back to life from the past and it seems to function just as well today as when we put it in mothballs 3 years ago.

That something is KDCL Media, along with And Then Some Again Productions and it can mean only one thing.

The dust has been blown off of the virtual switchboard and we are producing all new Internet Radio shows again.

Today, in just over an hour, we will present our newest show called “Crypto and Then Some…” with a very special guest, Robyn Linn, along with two full hours of nothing but CRYPTO.

We will be covering Bitcoin, the Block Chain, and our experiences with it. Together with Robyn, we will be talking about a group of people…

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Thank You and What’s Next

The adventures of Oro and Paula Cas continues.

Oro Cas Reflects

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I want to start this post with a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has taken an interest in my site. The recent growth of my likes and follows is incredible and I feel very fortunate to have so many people that have taken time to pay attention to my blog.

Once again THANK YOU all !!!

On to what’s next.

Over the past weekend it was decided to bring back an old friend. Our first internet radio show took place Sunday night after a long 3 year absence. Before that we had spent 5 years on Blog Talk Radio producing a variety of shows including a trucking show and also a gold mining show.

Our audience at the time numbered well over 280,000 from 18 different countries and was growing rapidly but we had to put the whole thing on hold in mid 2015 for personal reasons.

Today we…

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Brazil Debates Fate of Millions of Idled Donkeys

Straight from the Horse's Heart

APODI, Brazil—The dependable donkey once did it all here in northeast Brazil, from hauling in the harvest to carrying children to remote schoolhouses. Now so many of these ubiquitous beasts of burden populate this vast swath of rural Brazil that they have become a problem—and for some, an opportunity.

Modernity and the skyrocketing sale of motorcycles have demoted the burro from its long-held status. Once cherished here for their hardy load-carrying, donkeys are increasingly seen as a nuisance as they saunter into traffic or munch greenery in people’s yards.

“Today, a donkey is born and nobody wants it,” lamented Eribaldo Nobre, 53, whose family used donkeys to lug fresh water home when he was a child. “Progress made this animal worthless.”

Enter China, where soaring demand for protein has put…

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Update on wild horses of Fort Polk and Kisatchie National Forest in Louisiana

Straight from the Horse's Heart

We received this update on wild horses of Fort Polk and Kisatchie National Forest in Louisiana from our friend Amy Hanchey of Pegasus Equine Guardian Association:

Objections Filed in Case to Project Louisiana’s Free Roaming Wild Horses

Objections to the March 9th Report and Recommendation were filed on March 23rd, 2018

Link to Objections herehttps://pegasusequine.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/03-23-18-68-1-mem-re-objections-to-rr-1.pdf

Link to Report and Recommendation herehttps://pegasusequine.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/03-09-18-67-rr-on-pi1.pdf

Recap:
On Friday, March 9, on narrow grounds a Western District U.S. Magistrate Judge chose not to recommend that the Court stop the elimination of wild and free roaming horses at Fort Polk, Louisiana.

However the Court denied the Army’s two motions attempting to block Pegasus’s evidence on the issue and accepted the evidence on the record of the preliminary injunction.

The Magistrate Judge relied on two factors to find that harm to the plaintiff is not “irreparable”: Pegasus had…

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Navajo Nation Cancels Plans for Wild Horse Hunt

Straight from the Horse's Heart

story by Hannah Grover as published Daily Times

“The story below is presented unedited so you will see the word ‘feral’ used often.  I do not claim to possess abundant knowledge as to the origins of the horses on Navajo land, but I cringe when I hear that word applied to the wild horses on public lands as they are at the very least,  a reintroduced natural species (fodder for an OpEd, later).  So tighten up, you are about to enter Feral Land.” ~ R.T.


A controversial hunt was aimed at reducing the numbers of feral horses near Teec Nos Pos, Arizona

This Scenario Averted – for the time being

FARMINGTON —  A wild horse hunt aimed at thinning a herd in an Arizona trophy hunt area was abruptly cancelled on Monday as opposition to the hunt grew and a protest was planned.

The tribal government’s natural resource regulators last week issued…

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THE WORST PLAN EVER FOR WILD HORSE MANAGEMENT- CANCELED!

Straight from the Horse's Heart

“We received this information from Elaine Nash last night” – R.T.

Earlier this month, the Navajo nation had announced a plan to sell hunting permits to 60 Navajo hunters, with the first hunt scheduled for March 27, 2018. As of today, due to the diligent work of wild horse advocates, that very bad plan to shoot 60 wild horses has been canceled.
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There will probably be many new efforts launched to help the Navajo people with their wild horse management issue. Please support these efforts. Donate, participate, educate, adopt. This very close call definitely got the attention of the wild horse advocacy community. Now, let’s be sure that we do what we can to be sure it never happens again. It might not be canceled the next time.

(To be clear, Fleet of Angels nor I should be credited with this save. We did no more to stop this…

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Controlling Navajo Nations Free Roaming Horse Dilemma ~ The Other Side

Free-Roaming Horse

Ray Landry

A herd of horses graze in front of the Shiprock pinnacle.

Controlling the Navajo Nation’s Free-Roaming Horse Dilemma

Some estimates say the free-roaming horse population is more than 50,000, so how does the nation curb the growth?

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