Where There’s Smoke is an adventure and outdoor commentary podcast hosted by Hunter Harlow and John Dale from Sendero Provisions Co. Tune in and be captivated by the outrageous stories and interviews. Grab a drink, sit down, welcome to the campfire!
Keepin’ Snow Monkeys is no joke. Try keeping 300 on your ranch down in South Texas. El Jefe catches up with Michele Cadawaller, who’s ranch housed the monkeys for the better part of a few decades. Trust us, Michele has a story or two.
A Texas legend that has become more “pop-culture” than unexplainable phenomena, The Marfa Lights have captivated travellers, cattle rustlers, movie stars, and desert wanderers for 100+ years. Don’t believe us? Stop at the dedicated viewing center on US Highway 90 and look for yourself. The amigos catch up on all the theories and explanations for these apparitions and some dinosaur history… believe it or not, they’re connected.
Bigfoot, Sasquatch, the Yeti- all famous legends from around the globe. With thousands of sightings over the years, the line between ”legend” and real life lurker is blurred. From investigations by the FBI, to professional tracking organizations, and celebrity encounters, the amigos chat about it all and definitely have a laugh or six.
Back in 2008, Balcones was nothing more than an idea- an idea that all started in an old welding shop under a bridge. Helmed by Head Distiller and former Master Distiller of the Year, Jared Himstedt, Balcones became the first Texas whisky maker since prohibition, and in 2009 they began making tasty, tasty whisky. Now, smack in the middle of Waco, their 65,000 square foot facility is a shining beacon for whisky lovers everywhere.
Japanese Macaques, also known as Snow Monkeys, are the last thing you might expect to see running across the South Texas scrub. But what if we told you there’s over 600 Snow Monkeys in Dilley, Texas? What if we told you in 1972 150 boarded a plane from Kyoto, Japan and never made it back? What if we told you there was an open season on Snow Monkeys in Texas in 1995? Pull up a chair- it’s all true.