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Rantcast: The leprechaun trap

Audio - March 30, 2012 by Stephanie Paige Ogburn
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Rants from the Hill logoRants from the Hill are Michael Branch's monthly musings on life in rural Nevada. They are posted at the beginning of each month at You can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, or through Feedburner if you use other podcast readers.

In April's Rantcast, also available in written form at our community blog, the Range, Mike mistakenly thinks a garden gnome is a good Mother's Day gift, and then creates an elaborate leprechaun trap with his two daughters.

If you like this podcast, you might also enjoy West of 100, our mid-month podcast covering nature and culture in the American West. Available via our RSS feed, and subscribe for free through iTunes.

Musical credits for Rantcast: The Leprechaun Trap, licensed under Creative Commons, courtesy Lorenzo's Music, for opening and closing track "We All Fall Down," Brigan Ensemble, for "Whiskey in the Jar," and Maximus Productions, for "Punk Lounge." Sounds from, are courtesy The Wah and Simon Lacelle. Find more Rants from the Hill at

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