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August 17, 2019
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7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

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Rocco Wachman from The Arizona Cowboy College talks about the only school of its kind in the world.  How to be a real Cowboy/Cowgirl and work on a real ranch.

He talks about his history from New York to Arizona.

Rocco’s tips on how to pick the right horse and what he teaches from the beginning how to handle and ride.

Explains the Cowboy Immursion Program and what it involves.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Farmers getting fields ready to plant various leafy greens for winter while the high country is getting ready to harvest.

Good time to get gardens prepared for planting leafy greens, root or stem vegetables.  And planting with proper space between each vegetables.

CALLER:  2 year old lemon tree which was fine in the spring now has branches dying.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Adam Homer of Pella Windows talks about their latest innovation in widows.   Including built in security sensors.  Consumer Reports ranks them Number One.

Discussion about a favorite:  Wood frame aluminum clad window and why it works.  Plus an update of the current windows packages to choose from.

Including remote contol solar powered window blinds!

Adam explains Pella’s Insynctive technology with security sensors built into the window and doors.  Can work with your home security system.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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August is Drowning Impact Awareness Month.  Tracy joins us from the Tucson event to promote safety around the water.  Drownings are split even between children and adults.

CALLER:  Has a block fence in an HOA.  Painted the side that shows on the homeowner’s patio.  Efflorescence (crystalized salt build up) is building up on the wall.   Suggestions to remove it.

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Arizona Hour Driven by Sanderson FordSpend your morning with Rosie on the House!As it is the week of our Staycation, we are pleased to welcome our Staycation Partner for Cottonwood, Pines Motel!Have you ever wanted to be a Cowboy? Rocco Wachmen of Arizona Cowboy College joins us to tell you how!Driven by our friends at Sanderson Ford


Outdoor Living Hour – Notes from the Nursery Join us as we talk with Jay Harper about how to get that perfect #SummerLandscape!We will also be taking your landscape and garden questions so give us a call! 

On The House Topic: Good Quality Windows Can Provide Safety And Beauty Windows allow natural light to be part of your indoor experience. Natural light provides health and mood benefits and makes performing daily tasks easier. Windows provide connection to the out of doors allowing us to enjoy views and make the space we are in feel bigger. You may be shopping for new windows for any of a number of reasons including, improving energy efficiency, upgraded safety, or updating the interior of your homeWeekly Blog Article 
Open Home Hour: With A-Authentic Garage Door Service CoGot a Question? Call in!Around Your House To-Do: #GarageDoorCareMaintaining your garage door is a fairly simple DIY project. Darrell Peruch, of A-Authentic Garage Doors, says homeowners can help keep it in good repair by giving it a monthly inspection. The best maintenance practice includes keeping it clean and oiling the door roller, bearings, and hinges.Call: 1-888-767-4348Text: 411-923 (During Broadcast Only)Email: info@rosieonthehouse.com 
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