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Radio Guest List—Cherokee Ranch & Castle, Sedalia, Colorado—April 8, 2017

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11800565_10152907465701459_4013873018984467580_nThis week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Cherokee Ranch & Castle in Sedalia, Colorado. The castle is a 1450s, Scottish-style castle located on a stunning 3,400-acre property which serves as a sanctuary for both wildlife and native ecosystems. Al Koch, Founder & Director of the Cherokee Ranch Science Institute, stops by to explain the unique geology of the ranch, highlighting the presence of the 55-million-year-old logs of petrified wood found on the property. Richard Bangs, world explorer, author, and producer, weighs in on President Trump’s second travel ban and the noticeable drop off in travel. He mentions that his wife just flew to Paris for a fraction of the normal cost. So valid U.S. passport holders have no reason not to go abroad. Peter is also joined by Colorado Governor Hickenlooper, who chats about bikes, brews, and bands—the three things he attributes to Denver’s popularity with millennials. There’s all of this and more as the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Cherokee Ranch & Castle in Sedalia, Colorado.

Click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 8, 2017.

Have a travel question? Ask Peter. Email him at peter@petergreenberg.compost on his Facebook page, or tweet your questions to @PeterSGreenberg.

Scott McCartney, Author & Travel Editor at The Wall Street Journal, discusses the growing trend of long-haul, low-cost carriers and how they are creating more opportunity to visit Europe.

John Lake, Castle Historian, Head Docent, and Tweet Kimball’s former butler, shares the history of the castle and what it was like to butler for the trailblazing, cattle-breeding former matriarch of the property.

Al Koch, Founder & Director of the Cherokee Ranch Science Institute, explores the unique geology of the ranch, highlighting the presence of the 55-million-year-old logs of petrified wood found on the property.

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper chats with Peter about bikes, brews, and bands—the three things he attributes to Denver’s popularity with millennials.

Richard Bangs, world explorer, author, and producer, weighs in on President Trump’s second travel ban and the noticeable drop off in travel. He mentions that his wife just flew to Paris for a fraction of the normal cost. So valid U.S. passport holders have no reason not to go abroad.

Rich Grant, freelance travel writer and co-author of 100 Things to Do in Denver Before You Die, spills his secrets about Denver’s must-dos, including high tea at the Brown Palace, a stroll through Union Station, and an adventure at Casa Bonita.

Fire Chief Terry Thompson of the West Douglas Fire Department talks about the cooperation found among firefighters of varying counties, the constantly looming concern about wildfire, and his favorite beer.

James Holmes, Executive Director at Cherokee Ranch & Castle, shares his passion for protecting the ranch as Douglas County grows and evolves. Cherokee Ranch is still an active cattle ranch and a great educational center to teach people about agriculture and what the Front Range used to look like.

By Mara Marski for PeterGreenberg.com

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