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November 23, 2019
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7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

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Cindy Thrasher, President of the Wickenburg Historical Preservation Society and designated Wickenburg historian.

Cindy discusses the ‘character’ known as Henry Wickenburg.  His journey from trouble in his native Prussia to establishing a mine in the area of Wickenburg.

Discussion of the restoration of Vulture City Mine and the big production in dollars that came from the mine.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Interview with Jessica Bland, Director of The Hassayampa River Preserve.  River flows underground except for the five miles of surface water that makes up the preserve.

History of the preserve dating back to Native Americans living in the area to a homestead establishment by Frederick Brill in the 1860s and dude ranches.

A haven for hundreds of species of birds and birdwatchers alike.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Architect/Preservationist expert Don Ryden talks about true ranch houses.

The origins of the ranch house,  Designed with materials made by hand, built for the enviroment for shade, collecting rain, keeping warm or cool during the year.

Details how the ranch house become ‘ranch style’.  How the different styles were influenced and developed.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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EMAIL:  Question about pool water elevation.  Its losing a few inches of water per day with a wet spot nearby.  Likely a pool leak.

EMAIL:  Recently had a termite treatment done and was offered a year extended warranty by the company.  Worth it?

Historic Preservation and Sustainability Expert Dr. Patricia Olson.  How she helped put the Henry Wickenburg home on the National Registry Of Historic Places and the rehabilitation and preservation of the house.  She explains the history and construction of the home.

Wickenburg Days & Year Round Gardening (running time 7-11AM)

Arizona Hour Driven by Sanderson Ford Spend your morning with Rosie on the House!
Discovering November Staycation Destination: #KingmanAZLearn some History of Wickenburg with Vivia Strang, retired national register of Arizona State ParksTune-In & Win State Park Passes at 7:20AM! | Play True or False Trivia – get ready to text the answer to the contest text line 411923 Sponsored by our friends at Sanderson Ford!
Outdoor Living HourJessica Bland Director of the Hassayampa River Preserve will join us to talk about the 770 acre riparian nature reserve owned by The Nature Conservancy. 
Homeowner Topic: Don’t Slop Italian Dressing on a Ranch HouseSo you live in Arizona and want to turn your home into a ranch-style house. Seems easy. Tack on some western décor and voila you have a ranch house! Sorry folks, that’s not how it works. Ranch-style is not themed décor; it’s an architectural style. Unless you change the floorplan and roofline of your current house, you cannot have an authentic ranch-style home…Weekly Blog Article 

Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!Got a question? Call In!Special Guest Patricia OlsenWeekly To-Do Topic: #AvoidingCookingDisasters | Special Guest Tom Louis (ret.) Green Valley Fire Battalion Chief will help us avoid cooking disasters this holiday season!Call : 1-888-767-4348Text: 411-923 (During Broadcast Only)Emailinfo@rosieonthehouse.com
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