So, you want to get a van converted? Many companies will quote you EXTENSIVE wait times, dashing your hopes of getting a campervan in time for the summer months.Brady Severt is trying to change all that with his new company Gravity Vans, which will get you a converted van in just SIX WEEKS.Check out Gravity Vans here: https://www.gravityvans.com/And go here to see the full show notes with pictures of Brady's tiny house on wheels: https://www.thewaywardhome.com/episode27Do you need help learning how to make money from anywhere? Download my list of 40+ ways to make money on the road:www.thewaywardhome.com/jobsConnect with Kristin Hanes and The Wayward Home! Send me a DM on Instagram Follow The Wayward Home on Facebook Join The Wayward Home Facebook Group!
Meryl inserts herself into some reality drama, and Beau's reality is a little heavy this week as his pup Aero has to undergo surgery. Then, they take a Camper of the Week question from a listener wanting to know the weirdest place where love has gone down. Thanks to our partners Adam and Eve (code campfire) and Magic Mind (code shtshow20)
When researching van life or RV living, you might not often come across box truck conversions. But these rigs are affordable, easy to build out and have a good amount of space. In this episode, I'm talking to Kurt Bradler, CEO and founder of Contravans, a van conversion company in Colorado that works on all types of vans, including box trucks!If your interest is peaked about box trucks and the pros and cons for van life, you'll want to give this one a listen. Check out Contravans: https://www.contravans.com/Do you need help learning how to make money from anywhere? Download my list of 40+ ways to make money on the road:www.thewaywardhome.com/jobsConnect with Kristin Hanes and The Wayward Home! Send me a DM on Instagram Follow The Wayward Home on Facebook Join The Wayward Home Facebook Group!
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 188: - The new Lotus Envya sedan has been spied testing - Tesla veterans get together to build Lightship L1 Camper - NHTSA Could begin mandating older EV's to retrofit noisemakers and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website
The Lamborghini LB744 is the internal designation for the Aventador successor, and its new V12 hybrid powertrain is revealed ahead of a full debut later this month. We discuss some interesting camper conversions such as a Chevy Camaro with a bed and sink, and a two-story semi-truck RV with its own theater room. Dramatic video catches thieves stealing six Dodge Challenger Hellcats from a dealership, and we hold a cheap car challenge for cool camping vehicles.
In this Tiga episode 286, Mental uses his Miata like a sprinter van, Jeff is a Hyunndai elitist (that's a new term!), Chris mic drops about minivans, Chrissy doesn't want to deal with British bullshit. Despite not attending a car show this year, we discuss our favorite picks of best cars for many different types of people. Play F1 Fantasy with us! https://fantasygp.com/league/?lid=8094 join a league, 38648094 Alpha Tauri isn't really for sale - https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/horner-rebuffs-amusing-rumours-over-alpha tauri-sale/10438997/ Guy turns his Camaro into a Camper - https://www.theautopian.com/someone-turned-this-chevy-camaro-into-a-fast-cam per-thats-surprisingly-nice-inside/ https://youtu.be/ZKgSa8SV7_Q Zoox has no steering wheel and the NTHSA isn't happy - https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/cars/news-blog/nhtsa-probes-zoox-self-cert ification-process-44499700 MGBGT on RJ - https://www.racingjunk.com/mg/184377944/1972-mg-mgb.html Our Website - https://everyoneracers.com/ Download or stream here - https://everyone-racers.podcastpage.io/ https://anchor.fm/everyone-racers - E1R on Anchor.fm https://mfbc.us/m/yp26k6j - E1R Bingo Card https://discord.gg/e94QGE - E1R Discord Server https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrTs8wdzydOqbpWZ_y-xEA - Our YouTube
Become part of the FnA Community, Join our Patron today: https://www.patreon.com/fnavanlife When Danny and Kelcey decided to dive into bus life, they didn't waste a single second. 3 days later they were driving away in the bus they were about to call home. The same thing happened when they decided to downsize. They loved their bus but it was holding them back, a few days later, the bus was sold and they were on the hunt for a new rig; enter Tiger. Today Danny and Kelcey are sharing how and why they got into this lifestyle and the pros and cons of different vehicles for the lifestyle. Check them out here: https://www.instagram.com/doom_adventures/ Sign up for Nomadic Health Insurance here: https://safetywing.com/nomad-insurance/?referenceID=fnavanlife&utm_source=fnavanlife&utm_medium=Ambassador Pick up your copy of the Van Life Book: https://www.amzn.to/2MAN2uL Join Sekr for FREE and start exploring: https://sekr.com/auth?ref=qL1u4cr80yY5NJTd6B1ZXdtFNO72&email=true&type=sign-up Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/fnavanlife #vanlife #fnavanlife #vanlifers #travel Don't forget to leave a review to get featured in next week's episode! To pick up any of the products we talked about in today's video, check out our Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/fnavanlife all links are affiliates so we get a small kickback from Amazon but your price stays the same. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fnavanlife/support
The king has taken off his crown - Wolfgang Kelke, THE King of Cakes, has sold his Brisbane business after more than 30 years. But Wolfgang is far from retirement. His mission: to make the pretzel known throughout Australia. With his good mood and Bavarian pretzel pastry in his luggage, “The Jolly German” travels through Australia in his camper. - Der König hat seine Krone abgelegt - Wolfgang Kelke, DER King of Cakes, hat nach über 30 Jahren sein Geschäft verkauft. Doch an Rente denkt Wolfgang noch lange nicht. Seine Mission: Die Brezel in ganz Australien bekannt zu machen. Mit seiner guten Laune und dem bayrischen Laugengebäck im Gepäck fährt "The Jolly German", mit seinem Camper durch Australien.
Author, podcaster and camper Jeremy Puglisi on his fifth book, Where Should We Camp Next: National Parks, details ideas for finding great places in and around the national parks, some of which are hidden gems with plentiful camping. Learn some of Jeremy's ideas on finding places to camp. We also have a new RV that's great for camping and overlanding but is also a great work truck. This new rig is one of the most innovative we've seen - and it comes from people not in the RV industry. You can find this week's podcast at our home on the web or wherever you enjoy getting podcasts: https://www.stresslesscamping.com/podcast/0192 The StressLess Camping podcast is a weekly RV podcast with information, tips and tricks to help every RVer and camper enjoy some StressLess Camping.
Welcome to episode 64, where Neil, Scott, and Jeff tackle death wobble. If you have been following along, you know about Scott's Ford 36 build and he takes a few moments to update everyone on that project. Additionally, Jeff has been working on a camper build with a limited budget, see how that is going so far. Then the guys dive head first into death wobble. What is it and what typically causes it. #notsponsored is a Fox 2.0 Steering Stabilizer and it is NOT because it fixes death wobble.Thanks for listening, give us a review and Check us out on YouTube -SFJ4x4 TV and visit our website to grab some great gear or products for you Jeep, SFJ4x4.com. Don't forget, you can Email Jeffc@sfj4x4.com for special content requests, blind react videos, suggestions, special guests, or general questions. Check out our Patreon patreon.com/ISpeakJeep
If you watch Scott Tatum on Instagram and TikTok, you'll be struck by his message. He's open, honest and REAL: staring right into your eyes as he gives you his daily “friendly reminder,” which encourages you to know your worth, live your best life, and take care of yourself.Scott is in his lower 60s and is a nomad, living and traveling full-time in a Four Wheel Truck Camper.This episode is sponsored by Four Wheel Truck Campers. Follow Scott on Social Media:ucanoutdoors on Instagram ucanoutdoors on TikTokDo you need help learning how to make money from anywhere? Download my list of 40+ ways to make money on the road:www.thewaywardhome.com/jobsConnect with Kristin Hanes and The Wayward Home! Send me a DM on Instagram Follow The Wayward Home on Facebook Join The Wayward Home Facebook Group!
WARNING This Has Camper TRAUMATIZED
Come and be our Valentine as we talk about what this season of love means to us, two single, gay, elder millennials. Happy Valentine's Gay! +++ Music used "Victory" by Monplaisir; "Camper" by Phillip Gross; "Level 4" by Monplaisir; "Japan", "Too Grimy", "Sofa Fitness" by Lobo Loco; and "Seattle" by Yung Kartz. Check them out on freemusicarchive.org.
Mit dem Camper durch Australien reisen, ist ein absoluter Traum für viele Menschen. SBS-Korrespondentin Katharina Lösche hat Hannah Schuhmann getroffen, die für dieses Abenteuer ihren Traumberuf aufgegeben hat und nach der Reise auch beruflich einen Neuanfang wagen will. In diesem zweiten Teil des Gespräches verrät die ehemalige Top-Immobilienmaklerin mehr zu ihrer bevorstehenden Reise und den Plänen danach.
This episode kicks off with our Jeep Lifestyle talk about personal projects. The guys issue a challenge to Jeff to present his budget on the travel trailer build as he spends money. Jeff's goal is to build it for under 4k. Neil talks about his house build and the updates from that. Scott continues to plug away at the Ford 36 and updates accordingly. Superbowl commercials are discussed a little before they Dive into XJs are antique. Our #notsponsored Product Spotlight is Alpine's i509wra-jk Restyle. Tune in Next week for Tech Tire joining the team live in the studio. Thanks for listening, give us a review and Check us out on YouTube -SFJ4x4 TV and visit our website to grab some great gear or products for you Jeep, SFJ4x4.com. Don't forget, you can Email Jeffc@sfj4x4.com for special content requests, blind react videos, suggestions, special guests, or general questions. Check out our Patreon patreon.com/ISpeakJeep
Want to be inspired by someone who decided to jump into the tiny lifestyle using what he had? Matt Coldren didn't wait for permission or save up a bunch of money for his tiny home. He bought an inexpensive camper shell and moved right into his pickup truck! Matt's living life his way while he travels for work and plans to live tiny well into the future.Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/249In This Episode:Finding dispersed camping spotsPros and cons of living in the truckWork-life/truck-life balanceA passion for climbingFuture plans for a tiny houseThis week's sponsor: Tiny TuesdaysDid you know that I personally send a tiny house newsletter every week on Tuesdays? It's called Tiny Tuesdays and it's a weekly email with tiny house news, interviews, photos, and resources. It's free to subscribe and I even share sneak peeks of things that are coming up, ask for feedback about upcoming podcast guests, and more. It's really the best place to keep a pulse on what I'm doing in the tiny house space and also stay informed about what's going on in the tiny house movement.To sign up go to thetinyhouse.net/newsletter. I'll never send you spam and if you don't want to receive emails, it's easy to unsubscribe.Support the showListen. Subscribe. Rate. Review. Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts More... Follow Ethan. Mastodon (my favorite!) Instagram Pinterest Facebook Want to say 'thank you' for the show? Buy me a coffee!
Hannah Schuhmann has been in Australia for over 30 years and has now given up her career as a real estate agent in downtown Brisbane - to go on a round trip around Australia with her partner in a small camper and then make a fresh start professionally. - Hannah Schuhmann ist seit über 30 Jahren in Australien und hat nun ihre Karriere als Immobilienmaklerin in Brisbanes Innenstadt an den Nagel gehängt - um erstmal mit ihrem Partner in einem kleinen Camper auf Australien-Rundreise zu gehen und dann beruflich einen Neuanfang zu wagen.
¿Por qué dejó de vivir en una furgoneta? En el capítulo de hoy, hablamos del cambio de vida de Brenda, de lo bueno y lo malo de alquilar furgonetas para ganarse la vida y mucho más. Podéis encontrar todos los enlaces en https://www.viajandosimple.com/alquiler Encuentra el taller para camperizar en: https://www.camperizando.es => Libro y Patreon de Iñigo: https://www.viajandosimple.com/libro https://www.viajandosimple.com/patreon
A wrinkled dress changed the trajectory of Brooks Ann's career. It all began her senior year at Centenary College, where she was a theater major. She had been cast in a play and was behind the stage when the head of the department, “a brilliant, but grumpy old man,” noticed her dress was wrinkled he sent her off to iron it. When she confessed, she'd never ironed before, he assigned her—against her will—to work with him in the costume shop for the next production. “I unexpectedly just had a total blast making costumes with the grumpy old man and I found out that I really like sewing.” On a whim, she applied for an internship at Yale School of Drama, and much to her surprise was accepted. It was there she created her first dress, a big fancy bustle dress with a huge collar and lag mutton sleeves. While there, she discovered her love for pattern-making and sewing. After completing her internship at Yale, Brooks Ann received her MFA in costume production at the University of North Carolina. (2:33 - 14:45)Although she loved her time in New York, she realized that neither she nor her boyfriend (now husband) were the hustle and bustle type. Upon leaving, she took a brief hiatus from sewing. Then, at a Thanksgiving dinner, her husband's sister got engaged. She got so swept up in the moment, she offered to make her wedding dress. Then she made another, and another, and another…including one for her own wedding. Suddenly realizing she was now a wedding dressmaker, she put together a portfolio of her designs and made herself a website. In 2009, she started a blog and really got into the sewing community. (22:14-32:58)For the past nine or so years, Brooks Ann has been teaching and blogging, where she develops her own easy-to-follow, beginner-friendly methods for creating pattern blocks. Her blogs are about custom sewing. There's no fashion formula. No fashion textbooks. She shows people how to sew for where they're at, with no sizes, no pear or apple ranges. She loves the puzzle-solving, the detective work, and the fact that she'll never stop learning new things. The best part? Through her blogs, sewists can go on that journey with her. “It's a place where everyone can just be themselves. So it's really empowering. And it's pretty magical.” (33:00--44:49)So what's next for Brooks Ann? Building a dream studio from a broken-down 1920 farmhouse that's on their property. This story and the many others she shares in the podcast are fascinating. Have a seat and take a listen. The best way to get in touch with Brooks Ann is to go to brooksann.com, and link to her blog. From there, you can also link to her other three websites and her bridal website. You'll also find her at brooksanncamper@Instagram.If you know someone who has an outstanding story that should be shared on this podcast, drop Meg a note to email@example.com or complete the form on our website.
Weltwach – Abenteuer. Reisen. Leben.
Südkorea, Jordanien, Skandinavien, Berlin & Umland, Tansania, Costa Rica… – die besten Reise-Ziele des Jahres servieren wir euch in dieser Folge. Zusammen mit Michael Dietz und Jochen Schliemann vom Podcast Reisen Reisen bündeln wir Deutschlands Reise-Podcast-Kompetenz und diskutieren zudem, wie das Reisen der Zukunft aussehen könnte. Stichworte: Raus in die Natur, Achtsamkeit, absichtliche Kulturschocks und ja, es geht sogar ums polyamouröse Reisen – Liebe, Sex und Zärtlichkeit. Ihr ahnt: Es wird lustig, unterhaltsam und spannend!Die futuristische Style-Hochburg Seoul? Zu Fuß durch Afrikas Steppen? Sich wie Indiana Jones fühlen im monumentalen Petra? Zusammen mit den Liebsten im Camper einen Roadtrip ans Nordkap? Oder lieber durch ein Berlin, das selbst Kenner noch nicht so kennen? Kommt mit! Ins Reisejahr 2023, ins Reisen der Zukunft.Unterstütze unsere Show mit einer Mitgliedschaft im Supporters Club und erhalte Zugriff auf werbefreie und – je nach Paket – exklusive Bonusfolgen. Alle Informationen findest du hier: https://weltwach.de/supporters-club/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Reisen Reisen - Der Podcast mit Jochen Schliemann und Michael Dietz
Südkorea, Jordanien, Skandinavien, Berlin & Umland, Tansania, Costa Rica… - die besten Reise-Ziele des Jahres servieren wir euch in dieser Folge. Zusammen mit Erik vom „Weltwach“-Podcast bündeln wir Deutschlands Podcast-Kompetenz und diskutieren zudem, wie das Reisen der Zukunft aussehen könnte. Stichworte: Raus in die Natur, Achtsamkeit, absichtliche Kulturschocks und ja, es geht sogar ums polyamouröse Reisen - Liebe, Sex und Zärtlichkeit. Ihr ahnt: Es wird lustig, unterhaltsam, mega spannend, und garantiert kommt ihr mit ein paar neuen Traum-Zielen aus dieser Episode. Die futuristische Style-Hochburg Seoul? Zu Fuß durch Afrikas Steppen? Sich wie Indiana Jones fühlen im monumentalen Petra? Zusammen mit den Liebsten im Camper einen Roadtrip ans Nordkap? Oder lieber durch ein Berlin, das selbst Kenner:innen noch nicht so kennen? Kommt mit! Ins Reise-Jahr 2023, ins Reisen der Zukunft. ACHTUNG: REISEN REISEN - das BUCH! Erscheint am 23.2.2023. Mit unseren spannendsten, skurrilsten und lustigsten Reise-Erlebnissen - im Malik Verlag. Vor-Reservierungen sind überall möglich, erreichen euch garantiert am allerersten Tag und hier sogar mit persönlicher Widmung: https://www.einzigundartig.de/detail/index/sArticle/17448/sCategory/24 Wir gehen auf TOUR! Erkunde LIVE mit uns die Welt, höre die besten Reise-Geschichten, stelle unverschämte Fragen und sei Teil einer Live-Podcast-Folge: 7. März in Köln, 24. April in Frankfurt, 25. April in München, 26. April in Berlin und am 27.4. in Leipzig. Tickets gibt es an allen VVK-Stellen und online!
Marta Parra, Beatriz Bonete y Marga Castaño trabajan en torno a la maternidad desde diferentes disciplinas. Esto fue un episodio en vivo de Diseño y diáspora grabado en La nave nodriza, Madrid el 12.1.2023. En este panel exploraramos cómo el diseño contribuye a entender y apoyar las maternidades de nuestra contemporaneidad. ¿Qué espacios se abren para el diseño en relación a la maternidad hoy? ¿Qué nuevos roles y aportes hace el diseño a la salud y el bienestar de la mujer maternando? Este panel fue una idea original de Rosa Torguet. En esta entrevista mencionamos el colectivo: El parto es nuestro y "Transitando la maternidad. Apoyo de madre a madre". Durante las preguntas se mencionó este estudio. Marta Parra: es arquitecta pionera en la transformación de espacios a través del diseño basado en las personas y la humanización de entornos sanitarios. Arquitecta por la ETSAM, en 1999, Socia co-fundadora de Virai Arquitectura en 2001, estudio de arquitectura que desarrolla concursos, proyectos y obras de edificios singulares escolares, culturales y deportivos. A raíz de su maternidad, decide dedicarse profesionalmente también a transformar las maternidades hospitalarias, junto con Ángela Müller, y en 2008 comienzan su andadura en Parra-Müller Arquitectura de Maternidades, colaborando con el Ministerio de Sanidad en el cuerpo teórico del cambio de espacios en las maternidades, que posteriormente aplicarán y desarrollarán mediante proyectos por toda España, Europa y África. Beatriz Bonete: es socióloga y experta en género. Actualmente trabaja como investigadora para el diseño de servicios y productos. Es co-fundadora de NosotrAs Estudio, junto con la diseñadora Ester Serraz, donde hacemos investigación y diseño con perspectiva de género. Antes de dedicarse por completo a la investigación, trabajó en una ONG's en proyectos de intervención y sensibilización contra la violencia de género y en proyectos de cooperación internacional al desarrollo con temas de violencia sexual y empoderamiento. Desde 2016 a 2018 fue la presidenta de la Federación Stop Violencia Sexual, y una de las expertas que partició en el Congreso en la elaboración del Pacto Estatal contra la Violencia de Género, que sigue en la actualidad. Fue parte del equipo fundador y del área de Redacción de Tribuna Feminista. Marga Castaño pasó media vida como directora de arte y posteriormente directora creativa ejecutiva en wysiwyg (Publicis Group) trabajando para marcas como Diesel, Absolut, Camper, Garnier, Teatro Real, Levi's, Loewe y Mercedes entre otras muchas. Hace 8 años ha decidido dar un salto al vacío y montó Apéritif, un estudio estratégico-creativo con foco en diseño, branding e ilustración. Su trabajo ha sido reconocido en festivales nacionales e internacionales como El Sol, New York Festivals, One Show, CdeC, Laus, ADCE, Fiap…también he sido jurado en algunos de ellos. Es co-fundadora de Más Mujeres Creativas y co-creadora de Hardcore Maternity
You have to lose millions to make billions. For you to achieve true wealth, sometimes sacrifices are made. Der Smith knows this first-hand. This rockstar land investor has been living out of the back of his 42-foot camper truck as he travels the country seeking the best land deals. Through determination and a fearless approach, Der has turned small investments into substantial profits, earning over $153,000 in his first six months. Today, he'll be sharing his secrets on how to unlock your billion-dollar potential and why he chose land as his niche market over traditional real estate. Join us as we learn from his success and discover how to implement the right strategies for you! Don't miss this chance to take your real estate dreams to the next level by working personally with Brent Bowers in his Land Sharks Program.----------Show notes:(2:03) Discover the incredible journey of the first land shark as he adapts and thrives in a new niche(5:42) Learn strategies for conquering fears and addressing personal weaknesses(6:15) Understand the importance of taking calculated risks and the potential for huge rewards(10:41) Uncover the factors that helped Der overcome his limiting beliefs(12:13) Find out how Der quickly secured his first land deal(17:51) Quick land lessons: Run your land deals by a title company!(20:05) How did Der cap a $153,000 net profit on land in only six months?(25:10) Now's the time to go out there and invest in yourself! ----------Resources:Want to learn more? Check out the Land Sharks Program.To speak with Brent or one of our other expert coaches call (281) 835-4201 or click here to schedule your free discovery call to learn about our mentorship programs and become part of the tribeGo to Wholesalingincgroup.com to become part of one of the fastest growing Facebook communities in the Wholesaling space. Get all of your burning Wholesaling questions answered, gain access to JV partnerships, and connect with other "success minded" Rhinos in the community.It's 100% free to join. The opportunities in this community are endless, what are you waiting for?
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Beau starts a creative collective while Meryl polls the collective on masturbatory etiquette. Then, a Camper writes in to find out what it is exactly that Meryl and Beau do for work. The world may never know. Ignite your Valentine's Day this year with a special gift from our friends at Adam and Eve when you enter the code CAMPFIRE at check out! You'll get 50% off almost any item, free shipping, plus a Valentine's Lovers Kit and six free movies.
Jits Into The Sunset | Travel, Adventure & Road Trips
This week, fellow YouTubers & van lifers, Emily & Louise from 'Camper Vibe' join us in Jits (parked in a lay-by in Oxfordshire) for a brilliant conversation. We chat about their van build, favourite travel stories, as well as their personal journey to finding travel & adventure. We also delve into the world of YouTube and what it's been like learning the craft of filmmaking and growing a community online. Subscribe to Camper Vibe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/campervibe Follow Camper Vibe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camper_vibe
Episode 77#: Camper Recorded: June 21, 2018 Location: Tucson, Arizona Subject: Prepping the camper before going on a camper trip. One of the similarities between living on a boat and living in a camper is that you have limited space. This means that you have to be vigilant about making sure everything is secured in … Continue reading "NMC077 Camper" The post NMC077 Camper appeared first on New Mexicast.
We're back! Meryl starts with some juicy gift drama in her household and Beau receives a secret package in the mail from a champion admirer. Then, Beau and Meryl hop over to the Mess Hall where their friend Lindsey poses a Camper of the Week question on drugs and love, and steams about speeding cars and women calling each other "bestie".
We get back from a night out and read the gays and ourselves for filth. CW: Homophobic language. +++ Music used "Victory" by Monplaisir; "Camper" by Phillip Gross; "Level 4" by Monplaisir; "Japan", "Too Grimy", "Sofa Fitness" by Lobo Loco; and "Seattle" by Yung Kartz. Check them out on freemusicarchive.org.
Tonights video is about camper and hiker attacks in the deep woods. what attacks these hiker and campers? You'll soon find out!
In this long-overdue, 20th episode of Hearth Bound, Matt, Lou, and Sean team up with Paul Camper of the Death Saving Bros. Podcast to tackle the next section of Dune: the first book in the Dune series! Patreon https://www.patreon.com/hearthboundpodcast Website https://hearthboundpodcast.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/hearthboundpod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hearthboundpod/ Facebook https://www.instagram.com/hearthboundpod/
It's the holiday season with New Year's just a few days away. What better time to take a fun filled tour through the medicinal history of alcohol? Today's guest is the perfect guide. Camper English is a journalist, author, and recognized expert in the world of cocktails and spirits. A member of the United States Bartenders' Guild, Camper is also an innovator, having invented something called "directional freezing," a technique to make perfectly clear ice that used in bars around the world. His recent book, “Doctors and Distillers: The Remarkable Medicinal History of Beer, Wine, Spirits, and Cocktails,” is on tap for today's conversation. We hope you enjoy. With that said, let's get started…
Beau and Meryl open the episode talking about fake abundance, AI, and their year end highlights of 2022. Then, they take a Camper of the Week question from a listener whose dating life is a sht show and seeks advice on what to do after getting stood up. Looking for something big and buzzy to ring in your new year? Enter code CAMPFIRE on AdamandEve.com for 50% off plus free shipping!
Looking for something to read? Get suggestions for books about Indigenous Peoples, and a children's book about hearing snow. Laurie Dreyer, manager of the Lansingburgh branch of the Troy Public Library, shares info on eight books: "Ten Ways to Hear Snow" (Camper, 2020); "An Indigenous People's History of the United States" (Dunbar-Ortiz, 2014); "Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" (Alexie, 2007); "The Fire-Keeper's Daughter" (murder mystery by Boulley, 2021); "Where the Dead Sit Talking" (Hobson, 2018); "Night of the Living Rez" (Talty, 2022); "Tread of Angels" (fantasy novel by Roanhorse, 2022); and "We Had a Little Real Estate Problem: The Unheralded Story of Native Americans in Comedy" (Nesterhoff, 2021). Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
On this episode we discuss some of our favorite rock and roll Christmas songs and some that we've never heard before, including our new favorite "Santa Claus Needs Some Loving", we call to check in and wish Merry Christmas to Doug's mom, talk about the legacy of Camper's Paradise, climb the Wall of Tunes for everyone's favorite island hopping rock star, and the letter of the day is J. Oh and there's a special Christmas treat near the end. We will see you in 2023. #christmas #albertking #jimmybuffett #avisitfromStNickhttps://www.facebook.com/obrienanddoug/ https://instagram.com/obrien_and_doug
This week on Electrek's Wheel-E podcast, we discuss the most popular news stories from the world of electric bikes and other nontraditional electric vehicles. This time that includes the newly unveiled RadTrike, 1,500W e-bike, a $150 DIY 6-seater e-motorcycle, a solar-powered electric boat that converts into a camper and lots more. The Wheel-E podcast returns every two weeks on Electrek's YouTube channel, Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter. As a reminder, we'll have an accompanying post, like this one, on the site with an embedded link to the live stream. Head to the YouTube channel to get your questions and comments in. After the show ends, the video will be archived on YouTube and the audio on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast Pocket Casts Castro RSS We also have a Patreon if you want to help us to avoid more ads and invest more in our content. We have some awesome gifts for our Patreons and more coming. Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today: Rad Power Bikes launches RadTrike, first major e-bike maker with affordable 3-wheeler Bosch urges US to adopt stricter e-bike regulations that helped it dominate European market Electric moped maker BREKR unveils belt-drive electric bike with automatic shifting New 1,500W full-suspension electric bike pushes envelope with all-wheel drive MATE's new ‘SUV' cargo electric bike is designed to replace the family car SONDORS Metacycle electric motorcycles now delivering to over half of US Canadian company launches electric motorcycle that converts into a snowmobile Indian man built a six-seater electric motorbike for $150, and it absolutely rips POL Lux is a solar-powered boat that turns into a camper on the water Here's the live stream for today's episode starting at 7:00 a.m. ET (or the video after 8:00 a.m. ET): https://youtu.be/UaMGWDRIJ2w
What is your retirement dream? Maybe it is to sail the seas or climb a 15,000 foot peak. It could be to visit a foreign country and maybe it might be to downsize and live in a camper exploring new places without the worries of homeowning. That is just what our guests did! Downsized and are now traveling in their camper and loving their retirement life. Hope you love listening to this latest adventure with Kim and Liz! We sure did!
Tuesday, December 13, 2022 - Guest: Audience Hang Happy holidays! We're back in studio talking to you all night long… HUGE car weekends leading up to the holidays here in LA. It's been a blur but we'll do our best to recap. Then, because it's the holidays, a lot of time will be dedicated to Whatcha Watchin'? - Holiday Edition
¿Me arrepiento de viajar en ferry? En el capítulo de hoy, hablo de experiencias, trucos y aprendizajes viajando en ferry con la furgo. Podéis encontrar todos los enlaces en https://www.viajandosimple.com/ferry Comparador de ferrys: https://www.ferryhopper.com => Libro y Patreon de Iñigo: https://www.viajandosimple.com/libro https://www.viajandosimple.com/patreon Seguro para autocaravanas, campers, vehículos clásicos: https://www.viajandosimple.com/zcpodcast
Today's episode is super special because I'm talking to my very own friend and strategist, Camper Bull. Back when I was promoting the Boundary Boss book, I was skeptical that working with a strategist would make a difference. When one of my team members recommended I meet with Camper, I was blown away by his expertise and ability to hold space and make it accessible. Camper worked with my team for 6 months to help us understand what it takes to run a successful book launch. In our interview, he shares some of the secrets to his own success– Plus, we chat about some of the changes that have helped Team TC run so much more smoothly since I started working with Camper! Find the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/461 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome, triggered snowflakes and red pill incels! This week Beau and Meryl take a Camper of the Week question about the most off brand thing about us, and Meryl confesses to partaking in some silly social media antics.
It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
Alcohol in almost any form is one of the oldest medicines known to man. On this week's show, we explore the world of high proof healing. We start with Camper English, author of Doctors and Distillers: The Remarkable Medicinal History of Beer, Wine, Spirits, and Cocktails. Camper covers everything from mystic botanicals and their monastic apothecary origins to the unusual relationship between syphilis and root beer. The conversation continues with Noah Rothbaum, who expounds on curatives that found their way from the medicine cabinet to the liquor cabinet. And then of course, there was that troublesome period known as Prohibition. That's when the apothecary filled your prescription for alcohol and soda fountains became commonplace at the pharmacy. Darcy O'Neil joins us for a conversation that may have you rethinking what you knew about the soda fountain. Finally, we visit Poppy's personal apothecary on the corner. Stephanie Haeberlin of Art Farm creates all sorts of healing and beauty products that originate in her garden on Canal Boulevard in New Orleans. For more of all things Louisiana Eats, be sure to visit us at PoppyTooker.com.
In this episode we interview our friends & travel couple Alex and Keaton.Alex is a travel nurse & Keaton is PT.They traveled for a couple of years....went back to FT, had 2 kids & then decided to start traveling again.In this episode we talk about what it likes traveling with 2 kids, living in an RV & trying to balance traveling, parenting, adventuring, starting a business....etc.They share so many good tips and takeaways throughout this episode!! Whether you have kids or not...there are so many nuggets of wisdom that you can pull from this episode:)Follow Alex: Personal account on IG: Alexmccoy_rn Business account: Alexmccoy.coCheck out all things Travsessed at: www.imtravsessed.comFollow us on IG: @Kimanderrang & @imtravsessed
The boys talk upcoming deer season, fall turkey, the midterm elections, rising food prices and many other antics. Lean meat is all that graces Lane's household unlike fat Ken. Processing deer and beers. Guest Blaine G. joins the boys to try his best to keep them in line.
This week, Beau and Meryl talk about burnt down houses, wet horses, and mythical creatures. They take a Camper of the Week question from a listener who is ready to face a certain sexual position head on, and share some of the perils that come with daylight savings.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Gable Price and Friends over Zoom video!“Ever since I was young, I lived with an overarching fear that the thing I was presently enjoying would lose its desired effect and fade away,” remembers songwriter and frontman of the exuberant rock outfit Gable Price and Friends, Gable Price. “When our band started and began to gain momentum, it wasn't long before I slipped into the thought of ‘What happens when this loses its steam?'” Eventually, Price came to grips with those obsessive thoughts and like any songwriter worth their weight, set it to music as the opening track, “Upside”, off the band's new album The Consequence Of Being Alive—out now via Capitol CMG. With the release of The Consequence Of Being Alive, the band is redefining who Gable Price and Friends is. With a more indie-rock sound and songs that are less spiritual and more personal to Price's life, The Consequence Of Being Alive is a lesson in forging a new path. It doesn't hurt that there are some killer album credits, too. Gable's friend and mentor Jon Foreman (Switchfoot) is a featured artist on track #8 "How It Sets You Free," which they co-wrote together with Tim Foreman. Other noteworthy writing credits include Judah Akers (Judah & the Lion) on "I Don't Wanna Live Like This" and Caleb Chapman (Colony House) on "Tough Love."Gable Price and Friends know how to deliver songs that reverberate in our hearts and souls; Price's vocal phrasing matches the emotional tenor of every song perfectly, getting inside the lyrics, dwelling in them, and then singing them with the passion of one who's lived with the joy and pain they express. The songs on The Consequence Of Being Alive showcase the band's lyrical and musical genius, providing a soundtrack to the emotional highs and lows of our everyday lives. Gable Price and Friends is a 4-piece alternative rock and roll band, with a whole lot of damage to do and a whole lot of cities to play. Currently residing in Northern California; 3 Midwest boys and a Californian—Gable Price, Cameron Pablo, Daniel Vargas, and Adam Elizararraz—continue to gain ground, turn heads and provide a euphoric live and recorded experience. From recording their demos in a garage, and Gables 1977 Camper van: “The Dreamboat,” to recently signing with Capitol CMG, the boys have no intention of slowing down anytime soon. Gable Price and Friends are known for sentimental, provocative lyrics regarding the human condition, screaming guitars and bass, with driving drums that make you wanna get a speeding ticket. This group of 20-somethings is eager for the public to hear their new record and excited to share the songs with a group of sweaty people in a venue somewhere, sometime. Keep your head straight, hopes up, heart right; and remember to be a good friend.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #GablePrice #GablePriceandFriends #TheConsequenceOfBeingAlive #NewMusic #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Friday October 14, 2022
The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
With the dissolution of popular music culture by the Internet, what is it now to be into music genres that aren't currently popular? Is it still an act of rebellion, or is even that passé? Mark is joined by composer/multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Segel from Camper van Beethoven, philosopher Matt Teichman of the Elucidations podcast, and musician and Internet DJ Steve Petrinko to talk about our relation to the mainstream, the different types of unpopular music (popular 30 years ago vs. never popular avant garde), post-irony, and more. For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content at patreon.com/prettymuchpop or by subscribing via Apple Podcasts to the Mark Lintertainment Channel. Sponsor: Get a huge discount and free month at NordVPN.com/pmp.
Season 14 Episode 3 of Monsters Among Us Podcast, true paranormal stories of ghosts, cryptids, UFOs and more told by the witnesses themselves.SHOW NOTES:Tonight's Sponsor - Visit Microdose.com & use code MONSTERSAMONGUS for 30% off your first order & free shipping.For ad-free, extended & bonus episodes, support MAU on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/monstersamonguspodcastLights in the forest - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QA6EWmgWgM&t=2sExpedition Bigfoot Lights in the forest - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbyLGwXb8Us&t=2sGila Bend Haunted Roadway - https://www.hauntedplaces.org/item/rt-85-crater-range/Rockford UFO caught on video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyKqp-FZAoAGhostwriters, Sightings TV Show - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FikbO-iNv8UGhostwriters update - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-PCOXL2OEg