Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
Outdoor Living Hour - Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm Bureau
On The House Hour: The Arizona Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle
The human desire to bring a connection between the indoors and outdoors began to show up in the designs of the architects of the 20th century. Looking at the history of housing during that period reveals a story of architects who worked toward designing a home that was truly American and worked to bring a connection to the outdoors from the inside out...
Homeowner Topic: Open Home!
The Arizona Farm Bureau's Julie Murphree joined by Jason Barnard of Whitebarn Hay And Cattle in Cochise Country Arizona.
Jason talks about his family background in farming. How he met his wife Candice and what they grow and produce at Whitebarn Hay And Cattle.
How to get their high quality beef straight from the farm. The other type of beef coming soon.
Jason's uncle is Ed Curry. The foremost expert of chillis in Arizona and the world. And how a chili salsa changed Rosie's life! And more beef talk to make you hungry.
Jason tells the story of his two daughters Haidyn and Hannah writing a book called 'Farm Kids'. Its about growing up and teaching kids what they do on the farm. Suggested from X Diamond Ranch owner Wink Crigler and the other contributors to the book.
(The Wink Burger at Molly Butler Lodge in Greer, AZ)
Read the stories of Arizona farmers HERE.
How to order Whitebarn beef and the process to get it to you door.
Discussion of the beginnings with a cave, cliff dwellings and large outdoor areas have a human connection to the outdoor.
Evolution of today's indoor outdoor home from Frank Lloyd Wright. His concept of The Prairie House . And development of that style from his Winter Camp later known as Talieson West (Scottsdale). A single, spacious, harmonious home with appropriate convience.
Stories of ASU Architectural Professor Cal Straub. Don's mentor. Who said every room in your house should have a version of that room outside. An open flowing look.
Don's history of his architecture firm. The path he followed for his profession.
The challenge of designing comfortable, affordable homes during The Great Depression. Cliff May's development of The Ranch Style house. Adapted to mass production housing.
Discussion of the forgotten front porch making a comeback. How the ranch style home took the front porch out.
Finding and rehibilitating Ralph Haver homes. Low pitched open floor 'patioports' comtemporary homes around Phoenix.
Explanation of The 14 Stations Of The Beer. An inspirational benchmark in home design.
Future of indoor outdoor housing. Dealing with climate conditions, health and safety.
Update on a listener question about can you turn a carport into a garage for $14,000.
New Certified Partner: Get Organized With Bridges. Plus Pella Windows new showroom in Gilbert. And its not called the 'Master Bedroom' anymore.
CALLER: Turned a 1959 International Metro deliver van into a guest bedroom off the main home. Mold has formed in the mini split unit blower.
CALLER: Has a carport they would like to take out to access the backyard. Do you need a permit for that?
Most Asked Question This Week: Should we use elastomeric paint and/or elastomeric ceramic paint on the exterior of a home.
TEXT: What was the name of the manufactured housing company mentioned in the July broadcast? (July 18 2020 9AM HOUR)
Weekly To Do on Paint Condition. Joe Campbell of Arizona Painting Company explains the conditions to look for outside and inside the home that requires a new paint job.
Romey's funny painting story.
Followup on the cost of U-Haul van rentals from California to Arizona. And promos an upcoming hour on water in Arizona.
Takeaways from today's show!