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Best podcasts about adirondacks

Latest podcast episodes about adirondacks

Boundless Body Radio
Forties On Fire with Kathryn Kos! 196

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 58:45


Katheryn Kos is an experienced Nutritional Therapy Practitioner with an M. Ed. in Rehabilitation Counseling and Disability Studies! She is a full-time freelance writer and blogger with strong interests in health, nutrition, spirituality, relationships, and sexuality. She is the author of Forties On Fire: Honor Your Moods, Rediscover Your Sexuality, Thrive Throughout Your 40's. She lives in upstate New York with her two boys, dog, and cat! She enjoys practicing  ju-jitsu, hiking the high peaks of the Adirondacks, and bass fishing with her boys!Find Kathryn at-https://primalmusings.com/IG- primal_musings For the millionth time, GROSS!! How It's Made- Canola Oil

Other Voices
Pastor Eric Reimer — Build relationships and spread love

Other Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:26


Eric Reimer is a pastor who tweets.He is the new pastor at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Altamont. “The word of God …,” said Reimer, “needs to be proclaimed wherever people are. The Lutheran movement itself exists largely because of changes in the way people communicate.”Martin Luther's ideas in the 1500s had been expressed before by other theologians, but Luther was able to print them and distribute them quickly before they could be repressed, said Reimer, leading to the Protestant Reformation.“And then once his ideas were out there, he took advantage of things like using woodcuts to make interesting illustrations to accompany his catechism, so Christian teachings and instructions would hold people's attention,” Reimer said.Luther was also an advocate of translating the scriptures from Latin into languages people spoke and could easily understand.Whether it's on Twitter or Facebook, Reimer said, the church should be where “God's people are.” He went on, “And so whenever there are ways to advocate for peace or to care for one another or to love our neighbor, the church should show up and proclaim that.”In his job as a pastor, Reimer says on this week's Enterprise podcast, “A lot of what I do is creative.” This includes writing sermons and inventing fresh approaches to Bible study. His job also involves relationships, providing spiritual care in homes and hospitals. This has been complicated by COVID-19 restrictions, Reimer said, and some of his congregants he has met only through screens.As a teenager, Reimer worked at a Lutheran summer camp — and continued to work there for seven summers. One of the things that attracted him to Altamont was its proximity to the Adirondacks. He floundered when he first went to college, Reimer said, but was grounded by his desire to return to work at the Lutheran summer camp. “Being there for others … was what I was called to do,” he said.He discerned his call to the ministry at the camp, Reimer said, as he likened being a pastor to being a counselor for life. He described his work as a lifelong cycle of sharing joys and sorrows with a group of people.The outdoor aspects of the camp, like hiking on the Appalachian Trail, he added, reinforced the importance of working together and caused intense bonding.Being there for others, as Reimer put it, sometimes involves people you don't even know. As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, Reimer closed with a challenge.“It's always appropriate to give thanks,” he said. “And whether you're a Christian or not, I think we can all benefit from the act of actively giving thanks and looking for things to be thankful for.”Reimer challenged podcast listeners “to spend the week looking for different reasons to be thankful … to have gratitude. And I will then challenge you to find new ways to express that gratitude to others. And to help build relationships and spread love.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

NCPR's Story of the Day
11/22/21 - The Adirondacks in 2050

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 8:58


(Nov 22, 2021) A new report proposes a vision for the Adirondacks 30 years from now. Also: The social infrastructure plan passed in the House of Representatives but its success in the Senate is less certain.

Northern Light
Virtual vs. in-person? North Country students weigh in on being back at school

Northern Light

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 5:29


The 46 of 46 Podcast
101.) From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks eBook

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 11:51


I am thrilled to announce on this episode what I have been working on over the past couple of months. I have taken a lot of the information given throughout the 100 episodes of the 46 of 46 Podcast and written an eBook called "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks" and it's available for purchase today at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab. This book will help guide hikers on their journey from one to 46. Pick up a copy today or recomend it to a friend who is going through their 46'er journey.Pick up my new 140+ page High Peaks eBook, "From 1-to-46: A Complete Guide to Climbing the 46 High Peaks". Available now at www.46of46.com. Click on the eBook tab and download to your phone or tablet. Kindle users can download via the Kindle App Store.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

The Roundtable
"Back Dirt: A Murder on Skis Mystery" by Phil Bayly

The Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 13:37


Former WNYT anchor-turned-author, Phil Bayly has just released his third novel titled "Back Dirt: A Murder on Skis Mystery." A cold case killing brings Colorado police to Upstate New York. Is the crime connected to the murder of an archaeologist in the Adirondacks? Will the bloodshed benefit plans at the Battle Ax Ski Resort?

Foot Stuff Podcast
FSP 123 - Four Year Anniversary!

Foot Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 78:58


Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 123!'Four Year Anniversary'In today's episode we celebrate four amazing years of recording Foot Stuff Podcast! Join us for an in depth discussion of what we've been up to lately, some hiker news, and some shoutouts to Foot Stuff Nation! We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening.www.footstuffpodcast.com

Ear Shot
Who would want to become a nurse right now?

Ear Shot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 16:46


Over the last two years, nurses have been hailed as front-line heroes, but the stress of the pandemic led many to quit or retire. Who are those who are ready to step in, and what are local teaching hospitals doing to support them? And a wildlife refuge in the Adirondacks loses its permits after years of violations, including bear escapes and a buried bald eagle.

Idea to Startup
Story 3: How to sell wood for $10 when everyone else sells it for $5

Idea to Startup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 10:56


Today we'll talk about a guy in the Adirondacks who sells wood for $10 when everyone else around him sells it for $5. He sells 10x more wood than all his competitors and it's all due to being able to answer one question really well. We'll dig into that question and how you can leverage it to build your business on this week's Idea to Startup. Tacklebox MethodElephant water skiing on the Hudson RiverThe Effective Executive

VT Untapped
Episode 23: Spooky Halloween Special 2021

VT Untapped

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 21:38


This year for our annual SPOOKY HALLOWEEN SPECIAL We teamed up with our friends at Vermont Public Radio and put out a call to all Vermonters, inviting them to get in touch and tell us their scariest ghostly encounters and supernatural sightings. We spoke with folks all over the state and we share four of the stories we heard in this episode. You'll meet a traveling ghost, attend an elegant dinner party, and might think twice about going skiing in the Adirondacks. Thanks to Liz, Susannah, Gerry, and Tony for telling these tales. And speaking of spooky—did you catch last year's Spooky Halloween Special featuring Floyd Cowdrey telling a tale of the haunted house he lived in as a boy? If not, hit the link below, turn off the lights and tune in. And if you'd like to hear Andy's favorite Halloween song, you can give a listen here: “It's Halloween!” by The Shaggs. VT Untapped™ is produced by the Vermont Folklife Center. Learn more on our website: www.vtfolklife.org/untapped 

The 46 of 46 Podcast
100.) ADK Campfire Stories: The Legend of the Faust Lumberback

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 18:26


Listener discretion is advised for this ADK Campfire Story (if you listen to these campfire stories with your kids I'd strongly recommend listening without them beforehand to determine if it will be ok for your child.)Just in time for Halloween I'm back with a spooky Adirondack Campfire Story here on The 46 of 46 Podcast. The local legend of the Faust Lumberjack. This story takes place on the outskirts of Tupper Lake, NY in the area formerly known as Faust, NY. Is it true? Is it fiction? Hard to say, really. You be the judge. This is a story filled with love, loss, lumberjacks, murder, blood, and ghosts with "unfinished business". "The Legend of the Faust Lumberjack" ADK Campfire Story was Written and Performed by James AppletonOriginal Story from TupperLake.comIf you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.Pick up some premium quality tea from ADK Tea Co. and use the promo code "46podcast" to get 15% off your order! Visit www.ADKTeaCo.store and enjoy some hot tea this Fall!As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

The Capitol Pressroom
That time the Mohawks invaded the Adirondack Park

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 34:26


October 27, 2021 - Nearly 50 years ago, Lou Grumet was dispatched to upstate New York - by then-state Secretary of State Mario Cuomo - to negotiate with a group of armed Mohawk Indians from Canada, who had seized more than 600 acres of property in the Adirondacks. What happened next is documented in Grumet's new book, "This Land is My Land: An Insider's Account of the 1974 Attempt to Reclaim New York State."

Ear Shot
How do we protect Black moms from Monroe County's high mortality rate?

Ear Shot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:28


This week on Ear Shot: In Monroe County, Black mothers and their babies are at a higher risk of complications and mortality. Plus: a student program is diversifying the rivers and trails of the Adirondacks.

The 46 of 46 Podcast
99.) Summit Sessions #30: ADK Backcountry Hunting with Author & Professional Archer Todd Mead

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 51:25


Summer is over and that means the crisp Fall air is upon us. For some that means pumpkin spice and flannel shirts, for others that means it's time to get in the woods and fill the freezer for the winter. It's hunting season.As a lover of all things Adirondacks and all things outdoors I am excited for hunting season because hunting and hiking have a lot of similarities. Putting on many miles deep in the backcountry in search of adventure, climbing mountains, interacting with nature, becoming one with nature. It's not surprising that so many hunters love to hike and hikers love to hunt. Since this weekend kicks off the rifle season I thought, "why not do another episode about hunting in the Adirondacks"? This week I have author, professional archer, and ADK native Todd Mead on to talk all about the nuances of deer hunting in the "dismal wilderness" that is the Adirondack Park and just how much effort in the backcountry goes into finding deer in such a large and dense space like this 6-million acre state park known as the ADK. Whether you're a hunter or not I think you'll continue to appreciate just how unique the outdoors in the Adirondack Park is from my conversation with Todd.Todd's website is www.toddmead.com where you can pick up his latest book, "Pursuing Public Land Bucks"If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - DAVID J PITKIN - Ghosts, Hauntings, and the Paranormal

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 41:29


Retired teacher David J. Pitkin has sought answers to mysteries throughout his life, an activity spurred by a bout with cancer in 1973. Fascinated by the workings of the unconscious mind and on the growing evidence for consciousness surviving body death, he has written five books of researched ghost stories. He studied dream analysis with Dr. Montague Ullman, pioneer dream researcher at Maimonides Hospital. Pitkin believes that dreams of the deceased are often genuine "contact experiences." David lectures widely on parapsychology themes, including ghost stories and near-death experiences. His first collection of New England ghost stories is found in Ghosts of the Northeast (2002), which has sold over 25,000 copies. On September 1, 2010 he published New England Ghosts, containing about 150 more stories, most of which have never before been in print. Pitkin has served as a professional numerologist and spiritual counselor, using his degree in Counseling Psychology (Goddard College, 1990) to analyze peoples' dreams, personalities and spiritual goals. His book, Spiritual Numerology: Caring for Number One, outlining his unique numerological analytical system, was published in 2000. Though he has visited haunted sites throughout Western Hemisphere, his favorite haunts are in the northeast U.S., where the spirits are usually polite, though stubborn. He regales audiences with humorous ghost tales throughout the region. Pitkin's motto is "Enlighten, Don't Frighten," as he stimulates readers and listeners to ponder the profound issues surrounding death-and life. He frequently appears on radio and television, addressing issues of the strange phenomena and the unseen world around us. In 2006 Pitkin completed Adirondack Journey, Glens Falls, NY TV-8's series on haunts in the Adirondack Mountains. His updated Saratoga County book, Haunted Saratoga County, was published in 2005, and has become another local best seller. He published New York State Ghosts, Volume 1 in 2006, and Volume 2 in October, 2008, both of which have become regional best sellers. More people than one would suspect are interested in their life's ending and want it to be a happy one. Pitkin offers suggestions on how to achieve that. His first novel, The Highest Mountain: Death & Life in the Adirondacks, was published in June 2007, and Pitkin is currently working on a sequel, The Explorer: An Adirondack Search, due out in 2014. In March 2009 he released his first CD album of narrated ghost stories with an Adirondack theme: Adirondack Ghost Stories, Volume One. Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free) To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - DAVID J PITKIN - Ghosts, Hauntings, and the Paranormal

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 41:29


Retired teacher David J. Pitkin has sought answers to mysteries throughout his life, an activity spurred by a bout with cancer in 1973. Fascinated by the workings of the unconscious mind and on the growing evidence for consciousness surviving body death, he has written five books of researched ghost stories. He studied dream analysis with Dr. Montague Ullman, pioneer dream researcher at Maimonides Hospital. Pitkin believes that dreams of the deceased are often genuine "contact experiences." David lectures widely on parapsychology themes, including ghost stories and near-death experiences. His first collection of New England ghost stories is found in Ghosts of the Northeast (2002), which has sold over 25,000 copies. On September 1, 2010 he published New England Ghosts, containing about 150 more stories, most of which have never before been in print. Pitkin has served as a professional numerologist and spiritual counselor, using his degree in Counseling Psychology (Goddard College, 1990) to analyze peoples' dreams, personalities and spiritual goals. His book, Spiritual Numerology: Caring for Number One, outlining his unique numerological analytical system, was published in 2000. Though he has visited haunted sites throughout Western Hemisphere, his favorite haunts are in the northeast U.S., where the spirits are usually polite, though stubborn. He regales audiences with humorous ghost tales throughout the region. Pitkin's motto is "Enlighten, Don't Frighten," as he stimulates readers and listeners to ponder the profound issues surrounding death-and life. He frequently appears on radio and television, addressing issues of the strange phenomena and the unseen world around us. In 2006 Pitkin completed Adirondack Journey, Glens Falls, NY TV-8's series on haunts in the Adirondack Mountains. His updated Saratoga County book, Haunted Saratoga County, was published in 2005, and has become another local best seller. He published New York State Ghosts, Volume 1 in 2006, and Volume 2 in October, 2008, both of which have become regional best sellers. More people than one would suspect are interested in their life's ending and want it to be a happy one. Pitkin offers suggestions on how to achieve that. His first novel, The Highest Mountain: Death & Life in the Adirondacks, was published in June 2007, and Pitkin is currently working on a sequel, The Explorer: An Adirondack Search, due out in 2014. In March 2009 he released his first CD album of narrated ghost stories with an Adirondack theme: Adirondack Ghost Stories, Volume One. Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free) To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - DAVID J PITKIN - Ghosts, Hauntings, and the Paranormal

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 41:30


Retired teacher David J. Pitkin has sought answers to mysteries throughout his life, an activity spurred by a bout with cancer in 1973. Fascinated by the workings of the unconscious mind and on the growing evidence for consciousness surviving body death, he has written five books of researched ghost stories. He studied dream analysis with Dr. Montague Ullman, pioneer dream researcher at Maimonides Hospital. Pitkin believes that dreams of the deceased are often genuine "contact experiences." David lectures widely on parapsychology themes, including ghost stories and near-death experiences. His first collection of New England ghost stories is found in Ghosts of the Northeast (2002), which has sold over 25,000 copies. On September 1, 2010 he published New England Ghosts, containing about 150 more stories, most of which have never before been in print. Pitkin has served as a professional numerologist and spiritual counselor, using his degree in Counseling Psychology (Goddard College, 1990) to analyze peoples' dreams, personalities and spiritual goals. His book, Spiritual Numerology: Caring for Number One, outlining his unique numerological analytical system, was published in 2000. Though he has visited haunted sites throughout Western Hemisphere, his favorite haunts are in the northeast U.S., where the spirits are usually polite, though stubborn. He regales audiences with humorous ghost tales throughout the region. Pitkin's motto is "Enlighten, Don't Frighten," as he stimulates readers and listeners to ponder the profound issues surrounding death-and life. He frequently appears on radio and television, addressing issues of the strange phenomena and the unseen world around us. In 2006 Pitkin completed Adirondack Journey, Glens Falls, NY TV-8's series on haunts in the Adirondack Mountains. His updated Saratoga County book, Haunted Saratoga County, was published in 2005, and has become another local best seller. He published New York State Ghosts, Volume 1 in 2006, and Volume 2 in October, 2008, both of which have become regional best sellers. More people than one would suspect are interested in their life's ending and want it to be a happy one. Pitkin offers suggestions on how to achieve that. His first novel, The Highest Mountain: Death & Life in the Adirondacks, was published in June 2007, and Pitkin is currently working on a sequel, The Explorer: An Adirondack Search, due out in 2014. In March 2009 he released his first CD album of narrated ghost stories with an Adirondack theme: Adirondack Ghost Stories, Volume One.Now listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv or www.xzoneuniverse.com *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

Cidiot
55. Hike Your Own Hike

Cidiot

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 35:38


What's the rush with hiking? What's the difference between a walk and a hike? This episode Mat talks to Sean O'Dwyer, who runs Mountain-Hiking.com, a popular blog for Catskills, Hudson Highlands, Adirondacks and beyond. You'll hear what Sean loves about mountain hiking, where to go, advice for bears, a warning about radios, how to be a good citizen on a mountain, and why Reece's Pieces should sponsor him. Thank for listening to Cidiot, the award-winning podcast about moving from the city to the Hudson Valley. Rate and review the show, follow us on Instagram, and send your questions about being a Cidiot to goats@cidiot.com. They might make my new advice column in The Red Hook Daily Catch on Fridays: “Ask a Cidiot.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cidiot/message

Foot Stuff Podcast
FSP 122 - Native Boat Building & The Adirondack Guide Boat

Foot Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 83:10


Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 122!'Native Boat Building & The Adirondack Guide Boat'In today's episode we start off as always with some Foot Stuff, followed by some hiker news, then our special guest, Nate Atkinson, talks all about Native Boat Building and the Adirondack Guide Boat. We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening.www.footstuffpodcast.com

Hunt Suburbia Podcast
Ep. 048: Mountain Hunting & Tracking with Jeff Doyle

Hunt Suburbia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 64:01


The Mountain Hunter Jeff Doyle sits down with Patrick Guyette to talk about his hunting strategy in the Adirondacks in NY, big woods in NH and ME, and the Berkshires in MA. Jeff loves to hunt big woods and loves to track, and he shares some stories and strategies of some of his best hunts! SUBSCRIBE TO JEFF'S YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/JeffDoyleMountainHunter THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS ONX - www.onxmaps.com - Use code HS20 for 20% off! Or click this link with the promo code built in - https://subscribe.onxmaps.com/hunt/pu... HERON HILL WINERY - www.heronhill.com - use code HS5 for an additional 5% off for first time buyers WOODMAN ARMS - www.woodmanarms.com CONNECT WITH HUNT SUBURBIA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/huntsuburbia/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HuntSuburbia/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/HuntSuburbia/ E-mail: huntsuburbia@gmail.com RATINGS & REVIEWS Don't forget to give us a 5 star rating and a written review on iTunes if you enjoy our show and Subscribe to us on YouTube for more content! 

Cultra Trail Running
159: Monkey Edit Madness

Cultra Trail Running

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 106:42


John, Paul, George and Ringo are here! This was the result of like 4 episodes being spliced together, sometimes live, sometimes later in the studio. All kinds of technical difficulties. Whatevs, warts and all. We talk fall marathon season, bad ultrarunning advice, being burned out, Art literally just leaves early, we do NO Patreon (sorry, give us money tho) and we deep dive and have a therapy session. Hartford Marathon results We're on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We're on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779   Please support Cultra Trail Running Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CultraTrailRunning Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/CULTRA Twitter: https://twitter.com/blueblazerunner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultratrailrunning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CultraTrailRunning/ Call the Karaoke Line at 203-DOG GENT   Intro Guitar by Nick, Vocals Jack Byram, and beats Jack Sevigny beatstars.com/sev_beats

Memories With A Beat
Band on the Run Peter Pessetto

Memories With A Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 37:38


Peter chose to take a "throw summer."  He spent time alone and "finding himself" and living in Upstate NY.  He called up a buddy and said "I need a job."  "When can you start?" is the question he heard on the other end of the line.  Peter became the manager of a coffee shop.  He had early mornings hearing this song as the day began. "Band on the Run" is on his workout playlist.  He is pumped up by this song or he can be transported to that coffee shop and sometimes even smell the beans roasting!   Peter Pessetto is another author of the book "Active Choices."  Peter knows all about active choices then and active choices now.  The first chapter has become so impactful to his readers he has started a program titled Choose You!  Peter is a busy man, making active choices, and a fan of "Band on the Run." Full Show Notes

The Capitol Pressroom
Report: Trails in Adirondacks are too steep to be sustainable

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 9:49


October 14, 2021 - The trails in the Adirondack Park were built too steep and can't sustain the current demand, according to Adirondack Council Conservation Officer Charlotte Staats, who is recommending the state invest in an overhaul of the paths.

My Worst Date
Fresh Ghosts

My Worst Date

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 82:30


This week Keegan, Cassi and Christina have to discuss @elysemyers on TikTok and her terrifying story of a worst date with 100 hard shell tacos. There are a lot of questions, but the biggest one remains, why??? This leads into our FMK on fast food taco places Taco Bell, Del Taco and Chipotle.  Going into the bad date stories, Cassi shares a story of a problematic date telling a very dark story and a sausage hobby, Christina shares a story of a third date with ink on her face and Keegan shares a story of a date stunned by a truly turnt teacher party. Cassi wraps it up in our true crime segment, Tainted Love, with the story of Grace Brown. It's a spooky tale from the Adirondacks involving a ghost with a broken heart. Got a story to share? Go to http://www.myworstdatepodcast.com to share with us! Follow us on Instagram @myworstdatepodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

NCPR's Story of the Day
10/12/21: Diversifying the Adirondacks, one trip at a time

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 9:53


(Oct 12, 2021) People of color are much less likely to hike, ski, and paddle in places like the Adirondacks than white people, losing out on the many health benefits of being in the woods. A group at SUNY Potsdam is trying to close the outdoor recreation gap and diversify the Adirondacks. Also: A judge rules New York must grant religious exemptions to its vaccine mandate for health care workers.

French Expat Le Podcast
Géraldine V. (Adirondacks, NY, USA) : Partir pour ne plus subir

French Expat Le Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 55:43


Aujourd'hui Anne-Fleur prend la direction de Lake Placid, dans le state park des Adirondacks dans l'état de New York. Pour cet épisode enregistré au bord de l'eau, elle nous présente Géraldine, française installée dans la région depuis quelques années. Géraldine nous raconte une grande histoire, celle d'une jeune fille passionnée de radio qui rencontre celui qui deviendra plus tard son ancre américaine. Entre temps, Géraldine s'est mariée et a eu des enfants. Elle a vécu dans une relation abusive et nous raconte comment la réserve naturelle des Adirondacks lui a permis de s'en sortir. Pour de bon.Pour retrouver Géraldine en ligne, c'est par ici sur son compte Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/adirondackfrenchie/Si vous avez aimé l'épisode, rendez-vous sur Apple Podcast, Tumult ou Castbox pour lui donner 5 étoiles et un commentaire. Retrouvez tous les épisodes, découvrez l'équipe et la mission du podcast, ainsi que tous les liens pour nous retrouver sur toutes les plateformes sur le site www.frenchexpatpodcast.com/Suivez les coulisses de French Expat Le Podcast sur les réseaux sociaux :

Other Voices
Michaela Kehrer — "agriculture is everywhere"

Other Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 29:30


“The cool thing is agriculture is everywhere,” says Michaela Kehrer.She has been teaching about agriculture and its many related subjects at Berne-Knox-Westerlo's secondary school since 2017. That year, she also founded a chapter of Future Farmers of America in the rural community.Now, Kehrer has been named Outstanding Agriculture Educator for the FFA Region VI National Association of Agricultural Educators. She is one of just six finalists across the United States; the winner will be named in December.Kehrer started her journey as an ag teacher when, growing up in Rhode Island, her father's best friend urged her to attend an FFA meeting — she had been more interested in marine biology or history at that point — telling her he wouldn't mention it again if she didn't like it.She loved it, especially the camaraderie.A vibrant woman, Kehrer has always been drawn to male-dominated fields, she says in this week's podcast at altamontenterprise.com/podcasts.She studied landscape design — like farming, another male-dominated field — for a degree at Cobleskill before earning a master's degree in ag education at Cornell University.Kehrer serves as a role model at BKW where a lot of girls were initially attracted to her classes; she is also enthused about teaching boys.Among the many grants Kehrer has helped secure is the most recent one, for $5,000, that the FFA chapter is using to buy life-size fiberglass models of a cow, horse, and pig. Students will research, design, and paint the internal organs of each species on one half of the models; on the other half, they will paint the markings for a given breed standard.The BKW chapter of Future Farmers of America is active on many fronts. Next month, 30 students will go to Oswegatchi, a camp in the Adirondacks, Kehrer said, noting the trip is booked to capacity.Members compete in contests and career development events; they also do public speaking and learn about leadership. Until COVID-19 intervened, the group made an annual trip to Indianapolis for the national FFA convention; BKW's participation will be virtual this year.Kehrer repeatedly credits her BKW colleagues and other FFA chapters for her many initiatives.“I'm a constant learner. I'm always watching what others are doing,” she says.She also urges everyone: “Support your local farmers.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The 46 of 46 Podcast
98.) October Sessions: Bigfoot in the Blue Line Part 2 with Gunnar Herbert

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 63:49


Welcome back to the October Sessions here on The 46 of 46 Podcast! My favorite month of the year. Since last year's October Sessions was met with such joy I am back with another Bigfoot encounter from the Adirondack Park here on Bigfoot in the Blue Line Part 2. My guest this week, an avid backcountry hunter, had a terrifying encounter while hunting and fishing deep in the remote northern Adirondacks. He's here to take us through the entire story.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

NCPR's Story of the Day
10/4/21: Making an Adirondack river wild again, with tractors

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 8:27


(Oct 4, 2021) A decade ago, Hurricane Irene dumped a foot of water on the Adirondacks, flooding towns and roads. Today a group is re-engineering the Au Sable River to try to prevent it from surging over its banks again. Also: A freight train derailed near Old Forge last week.

Foot Stuff Podcast
FSP 121 - The Colorado Trail

Foot Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 74:18


Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 121!'The Colorado Trail 'On today's episode we discuss some Foot Stuff, Hiker News, and are joined by special guest Dakota to talk all about his recent thru-hike of the Colorado Trail!  We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening.www.footstuffpodcast.com

The 46 of 46 Podcast
97.) 25 High Peaks in 25 Hours: A Feat by Jonathan Zaharek

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 62:09


In this special 46 of 46 episode Jonathan Zaharek will take us through his latest feat out in the high peaks where he climbed 25 high peaks in 25 hours. An absolutely unreal feat. 56 miles, 26k' elevation gain, in 25 straight hours. Jonathan takes us with him on the trail to hear the entire story.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

NCPR's Story of the Day
9/28/21: The push for more Adirondack forest rangers

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 7:14


(Sep 28, 2021) The number of ranger-led rescues in the Adirondacks is down from last year's busy pandemic summer. But so is the number of rangers. Also: The North Country's minimum wage will rise to $13.60 an hour in 2022.

The 46 of 46 Podcast
96.) Adirondack Camping and Campfires: Rules & Regulations

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 24:31


In this special-edition episode I decided it was finally time to dedicate a show solely to informing listeners of the rules and regulations regarding camping and campfires in the Adirondack Park. Often there is confusion and a slight ignorance regarding the regulations and I hope to lay those to rest with this episode. Take a listen and see how many of the regulations you already knew and take note of the ones you didn't know.At the end of the episode I will announce the winners of the 46 of 46 200K Giveaway! Winners should email me at 46of46podcast@gmail.com with your name and mailing address. Thanks to everybody who entered and for listening to the podcast!The winners are:Instagram Names:@jimstagnitti@fortyjreksr@38eva@thepblady@kringle24@shortstack_inthedacks@bigironbackpackingIf you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.Want to book a time with me to help you plan out your next hike or your entire 46'er journey? Maybe your entire Northville-Placid Trail thruhike? I can help you plan it out start to finish and give you all the tips and tricks you'll want to know to have a successful day in the woods. Check out 46of46.com to find out more information.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

Pas sorti du bois
[ÉPISODE 57] Samuel Ouellette - Le trail running sous la loupe d'un expert

Pas sorti du bois

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 86:56


Passionné de trail, randonneur d'expérience et nouveau papa, Samuel Ouellette travaille dans l'industrie sportive depuis près de 10 ans. En tant que directeur administratif du Pôle sports HEC Montréal, il dirige une unité de recherche et de transfert en gestion et management du sport. Il est donc la personne tout indiquée pour analyser et commenter la récente explosion en popularité de la course en sentier, autant au Québec qu'à l'échelle internationale. Sa vaste expertise a permis de jeter un regard sur les côtés positifs et négatifs d'une popularité qui grandit à vitesse grand V. Ensemble, on a abordé la récente union entre l'UTMB et le groupe Ironman, qui avait fait couler beaucoup d'encre lors de son annonce en mai dernier. En plus de son expertise en la matière, Samuel est également un coureur d'ultra qui a récemment complété le Trail du Grand Duc (66 km) et l'Ultranza (30 km). En 2018-2019, il a gravi les 46 sommets de plus de 4 000' du massif des Adirondacks en moins d'un an, ce qui lui a permis de joindre le club des Adirondack 46ers. Bonne écoute!Voici deux petites précisions par rapport à des informations mentionnées dans l'épisode :Samuel mentionne que le groupe Ironman possède le trademark sur ce type de triathlon d'endurance, alors que l'UTMB ne possède pas la course en sentier. Par contre, Nicolas Fréret de Distance+ m'a précisé que le droit d'auteur du terme « ultra-trail » appartient, pour sa part, à l'organisation de l'UTMB.Quand Samuel et moi parlons de dopage et que j'explique avoir vu passer sur les médias sociaux que certains athlètes semblaient avoir passé un test avant la course, c'est effectivement vrai. Marline Côté d'Événements Harricana m'a précisé que comme l'UTHC fait partie de l'Ultra-trail World Tour, les 10 athlètes élite qui ont la meilleure cote ITRA doivent se soumettre à un contrôle antidopage, régie par le programme QUARTZ.

Once Upon A Crime | True Crime
Episode 217: Spree Killers: Robert Garrow - Part 2

Once Upon A Crime | True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 56:20


In this conclusion to our 2-part episode on spree killer, Robert Garrow, I'll detail Garrow's killing spree in the summer of 1973, his time as a fugitive, and his arrest and convcition. Resources: The Garrow Manhunt: A Serial Killer in the Adirondackshttps://www.adirondack.net/history/garrow-manhunt/ Crime Library: Robert Garrow https://web.archive.org/web/20140403090224/http://www.crimelibrary.com/serial_killers/predators/robert_garrow/2.htmlSworn to Silence: The Truth Behind Robert Garrow and the Missing Bodies Case, Jim Tracy, Post Hill Press, March 2021“When Robert Garrow's murders, manhunt terrified the Adirondacks”, Mark Frost, Glens Falls Chronicle, July 9, 2021. “Secrets and Death: Former reporter tackles the Robert Garrow story,” Will Doolittle, Adirondack Daily Enterprise. “Dannemora Manhunt Harkens Back to Robert Garrow, Source of ‘Terror in the Adirondacks', Bill Carey, New York State, June 16, 2015. “Garrow Reign of Terror 35 Years Later”, Lohr McKinstry, Press Publican, April 13, 2006. Sponsor: Best Fiends - Download for FREE today at the Apple App store or Google Play. Music Credit:https://www.truecrimepodcast.com/p/music-credits/ 

Foot Stuff Podcast
FSP 120 - DamNation

Foot Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 78:28


Welcome to the 11th Blue Blaze episode of Foot Stuff Podcast. On these shorter episodes (Side Trails) we will be discussing arts, media, & entertainment in the outdoor world.On todays episode the gang discuss and review 'DamNation' from Patagonia  We start with a short history of Dams in the USA, then discuss the stance the film takes on dam removal for the betterment of the environment and the river eco-systems.You check out the Documentary for free here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laTIbNVDQN8&ab_channel=PatagoniaWe hope you enjoy this side story, and we'll be back on the main trail soonhttps://www.footstuffpodcast.com/

Cultra Trail Running
154: Last Person Standing Scott Snell

Cultra Trail Running

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 76:08


Scott Snell is a blue collar runner. Gritty and determined, he approaches his running like work. And the results have paid off big time as Scott is now 4 for 4 in Last Person Standing Backyard style races. Hear how he prepares for his runs, executes his runs then reflects on his runs with his excellent blog Beast Coast Trail Running  Scott's FB page We're on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We're on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779 Please support Cultra Trail Running Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CultraTrailRunning Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/CULTRA Twitter: https://twitter.com/blueblazerunner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultratrailrunning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CultraTrailRunning/ Call the Karaoke Line at 203-DOG GENT   Intro Guitar by Nick, Vocals Jack Byram, and beats Jack Sevigny beatstars.com/sev_beats

NCPR's Story of the Day
9/14/21: A pandemic arrival to the Adirondacks makes it permanent

NCPR's Story of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 7:46


(Sep 14, 2021) It's been a year and a half of remote working, and some pandemic arrivals to the North Country are returning back to their cities. But others are trying to stick it out, like one family in Wilmington. Also: Gov. Hochul has favorable ratings in a new poll, but also people don't know her that well.

Cultra Trail Running
153: Jessicas Are Wild

Cultra Trail Running

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 85:20


Delco represent! We sit down with Jessica Grinspan from Jimmy's hometown of Havertown, PA! Jessica has a unique outlook on life and brings that same open and honest attitude to her running. Hear some super rad stories of her doing an All-Jess Backyard Ultra, her "Propel the Vote" run before election day last year as well as classic shenanigans from the Crew.  Connect with Jessica on FB Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter Cultra Facebook Fan Page Sign up for a race at Live Loud Running Sign up for a crazy adventure at Rat Race

The 46 of 46 Podcast
95.) Silver Lake Mountain: A Climb Straight to the Point

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 25:13


In this week's trail episode I'll take you with me on my backcountry adventure up Silver Lake Mountain in the Taylor Pond Wild Forest. A mountain the doesn't beat around the bush as it's short, steep, and to the point, leading to "massive" views on a large rock ledge at the summit. It's hard to beat little gems like this peak and it did not disappoint.If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

Fresh Hell Podcast
Episode 125: Murder – Grace Mae Brown

Fresh Hell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 67:07


Grace Mae Brown was the bright beautiful daughter of a family who ran a dairy farm in South Otselic, NY. Today Annie tells us about her cold blooded murder in the beautiful Adirondacks, and the sensational trial that followed.  Outro: Arthur Collins "Bill Baley, Won't You Please Come Home?" (1902)

Cultra Trail Running
152: Jackass City

Cultra Trail Running

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 113:45


We spent a Tuesday night as the jackass brigade, coming in with many spicy hot takes on various subjects. Here's some links to peruse: Our Patreon page Rat Race USA-Canada Badger 100 Garbage Disposals Ted Lasso I am Legend Letterkenney Hockey players We're on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We're on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779 Please support Cultra Trail Running Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CultraTrailRunning Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/CULTRA Twitter: https://twitter.com/blueblazerunner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultratrailrunning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CultraTrailRunning/ Call the Karaoke Line at 203-DOG GENT   Intro Guitar by Nick, Vocals Jack Byram, and beats Jack Sevigny beatstars.com/sev_beats

The 46 of 46 Podcast
94.) Summit Sessions #29: 30 Miles. 10k' Gain. 13 Years Old. The Lake Placid Ultra 9'er with Eleena Toukatly

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 48:23


This week I'm bringing to you another story from an amazing young woman doing amazing things out on the Adirondack trails. Thirteen year old, Eleena Toukatly, is now the youngest and only teenaged finisher of the Lake Placid Ultra 9'er. She's also already an Adirondack 46'er. What were you doing at 13 years old? This week we go through her entire story of her Lake Placid Ultra 9'er peak by peak and get the full scoop of the day. Spoilers, it ended with a Stewarts victory milkshake!If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.To learn more about the Lake Placid 9'er visit www.LakePlacid9er.comAs always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

Foot Stuff Podcast
FSP 119 - Spicy Slides, Scree Slopes, & a Broken Betrothal

Foot Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 93:36


Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 119!'Spicy Slides, Scree Slopes, & a Broken Betrothal 'Todays episode is a long overdue catch up with the whole hey gang. Lots of stories and adventures to catch up on and some exciting news to cap it off! Link to the 46 Climbs organization:https://46climbs.com/Matt's Fundraising Page:supporting.afsp.org/participant/MattBaerAlison's Fundraising Page:supporting.afsp.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=2420983&fbclid=IwAR1wGF2sWgudUpt6Q44S5e6_I-Xq6nD6HedbPQgfxUlTcrJv0BGHP28tZzYLink to the National Foundation for Suicide Prevention:https://afsp.org/We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening.www.footstuffpodcast.com

Solo Cleaning School
July 2021 Freedom Report with Coach Josh

Solo Cleaning School

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 26:08


July was a crazy month. As a family, we had a ton going on. We had Kid's Camp and Youth Camp at retreat camp centers for 4 of our 5 kids for 5 days each. During one of those camps, Teresa and I slipped away for 4 days to the beach.  I had a 5-day father / son camping trip with my son to the Adirondacks that I do with each son. This was with my 8-year-old Kye.  It was glorious being off the grid for 5 days with no phone or social media! We just connected, camped, swam, boated, ate, heard campfire stories, songs, and devotions, and did shooting sports and hiking! Awesomeness! Coach Josh was also away in Florida for 2 weeks, so we had to move our coaching to Marco Polo and email. Even with all of this going on, I had BIG goals!The first step in this process was putting our money where our mouth was. On July 7th, we booked it! Booked what? We booked a rental house on the Gulf Coast for a whole month next winter! The house is awesome with 7 beds, a porch, and a short 8 minute ride to the beach.  There's a pool table too. Our kids are so excited and so are we! We've never done anything like this before.  July had to be a big month to get this "Freedom Vision "cranking.Before I go into the details of our month and share tidbits from coaching, let me give you the end results. We started the month with no employees, no payroll, no systems, a new accounting firm client for $3,000 per month that we had to staff, and no clue! The month ended with no new clients, which is the sad news. But we fully outsourced and completed our Quickbooks migration from desktop to online and have an accountant walking us through whatever we need for a year. Our financial system is now automated! I can't believe it! We hired a payroll service and a background check company. I built out a basic onboarding  system, job description, and training system. Teresa and I were trained how to use the online payroll dashboard to submit employee hours. I found out that I wasn't submitting payroll correctly for the state and local taxes. Thankfully, my new payroll company fixed it for me and I'm paying a penalty for the remainder of the year. That's a relief. I hired my first employee. Leah works full time at a daycare and is a college grad. She wanted a part-time job to make $500 per month and found me through a referral. It works out perfectly. She started training on July 29th! It's crazy! I also was privy to systems used by my coach. I am so grateful for this. At the end of the month, Josh introduced me to his HR & Finance Manager. We talked for over an hour. I helped him by teaching him the ISO Model to increase revenues in their company. He taught me their onboarding process and is sending the documents, videos, and other forms & ads I need to start a strategic hiring process. I also completed a branding change from Carfagno Cleaning to Carfagno Commercial Cleaning and my C3 Experience. My friend Billy designed a new logo and I upgraded my proposal to new offices prospects with my new branding. As I even share this, I'm dumbfounded at how much I got done this month when at times it felt like nothing was happening! Last but not least, I added a key member to my team. For the first time in 16 years, my wife Teresa is stepping up to help the family company. She is a busy homeschooling mom of 5, so I NEVER asked her involvement. I am grateful that she is helping with admin and is taking over the QBO and payroll components from me! I am working hard to delegate as much as possible to focus on growth of new clients and new team members!Read the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website

Out There
On My Own Terms

Out There

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 32:27


After a demoralizing hiking trip in college, Ava Ahmadbeigi gave up on nature. She had never been outdoorsy, and now she knew she didn't belong. But that hiking trip kept haunting her. On this episode, Ava tells her story. She takes us from a cramped apartment in NYC to a mountain in the Adirondacks, as she seeks to find her place — both in her own body, and in the world outside her walls. Click here to read the transcript for this episode. Sign up for our email list and be the first to know about our upcoming referral rewards program! SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron

The 46 of 46 Podcast
93.) Summit Sessions #28: The Superhero 46 with Bethany Garretson and Katie Rhodes

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 82:18


This week's Summit Session brings back a couple former podcast guests, Unsupported 46 High Peaks thruhike FKT holder's Bethany Garretson and Katie Rhodes where they discuss Bethany's most recent FKT attempt, this time gunning for the supported FKT of the 46 High Peaks. It's a great story with a lot of laughs along the way. Want to donate to Bethany's Superhero 46 SheJumps mission? SheJumps is a non-profit that increases the participation of women and girls in outdoor activities. Here is the link:https://superhero46forshejumps.causevox.com/If you want to support the show and you enjoy what I do with this podcast head over to www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, sticker, and more. I appreciate all the support.As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com

The Outdoor Biz Podcast
Atlantic British Vice President David Newey tells us about his roles with a broad sector of well-known consumer brands [EP 289]

The Outdoor Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 32:56


Welcome to episode 289 of The Outdoor Biz Podcast with Atlantic British Vice President of Business Development and Growth David Newey. We talk about how a guy from Sony Pictures and Krispy Kreme moves on to Valspar, Primaloft, and now Atlantic British. Facebook Twitter Instagram   The Outdoor Biz Podcast   Please give us a rating and review HERE Show Notes David's introduction to the Outdoors I grew up in the Adirondacks basically. It's sort of the foothills of the Adirondacks in Saratoga Springs, New York. And as far as an introduction to the outdoors in general, that's how we grew up, camping, we grew up, dirt biking and off-roading and all kinds of sports in the summer. And then lots of winter sports skiing, ski racing, that kind of thing. Sony Pictures Krispy Kream Valspar PrimaLoft Atlantic British Land Rover The Land Rover Offroad Driving School David's advice for folks wanting to get into the Overlanding business These are lifestyle businesses, you have to want to eat, sleep and play in this world. I think it benefits those who are authentic. I would look for what makes you want to get out of bed in the morning? What are you passionate about? Because you're going to be dealing with those people and they're going to see right through you. So, I would say follow your passions and look for those companies and segments that cater to that and dive right in. I mean, there's really no better way. David's favorite books Business Books Favorite piece of outdoor gear under a hundred dollars any knife from Columbia River Knife and Tool Company Black Diamond Moji Lantern Follow up with David davidnewey@gmail.com Linkedin Atlantic British Facebook Instagram YouTube 02:35 - 03:01 Intro to Outdoors 06:02 - 06:48 How David developed his career 22:58 - 22:38 Advice  

The 46 of 46 Podcast
92.) Summit Sessions #27: The Brazilian With Snowshoes with Liz Bacelar

The 46 of 46 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 75:53


In this episode of the Summit Sessions I finally get to share Liz Bacelar's amazing story of becoming an Adirondack 46'er in nine months. Like so many in 2020 the Covid shutdown drastically changed Liz's professional career and life and during that time on a whim she sought out nature and climbed Mt Marcy and the Adirondack Mountains did what the Adirondack Mountains do; captured her heart and completely changed her life forever. Liz's journey from the high-end fashion industry of New York City to climbing High Peaks in the dead of winter in a few short months time is an inspiring story and Liz is the definition of seeking refuge in nature and from there the mountains will do the rest. Liz Bacelar, the Brazilian with snowshoes.Visit Liz's website at www.LizBacelar.comIf you want to support the show and what I do head over www.46of46.com or visit www.46of46store.com to pick up a t-shirt, hoodie, hat, and more. As always use the promo code "46podcast" to save 15% off your order at www.PureAdirondacks.comPick up some Campfire Blend steeped coffee packs for your next camping trip at www.RecessCoffee.com and save 10% with the promo code "recess46"If you're in the market for a new tent check out www.CruaOutdoors.com